Would you pay $109 for this alarm clock?
If you do, you'll also have to cough up for a 2-pack of the swappable capsules @ $10.90. Each capsule is good for 30 happy wake-ups.
The best and weirdest of CES 2016. (Hindustan Times, 1/23/2016)
Don’t like alarms jarring you from your sleep? How about waking up to the scents of the ocean, a lush jungle, a freshly baked croissant, a hot coffee or peppermint? This clock can release those fragrances and aromas just around the time you want to wake up. And if that doesn’t work, it will still sound a shrill alarm three minutes later. Amazing or weird, you decide!SensorWake website.
Among the available scents (produced in France, no less):
- lush jungle
But not, apparently this one:
The Sensorwake smell-based alarm clock has a nagging bacon deficit. (TechHive,1/5/2016)
What happens when you're congested?
Other CES 2016 posts:
Dear Panasonic, This transparent LCD display promo does not fill me with anticipation and excitement. (1/18/2016)
All, if not much more, than most of us will ever need to know about the Vert wearable jump tracker. (1/17/2016) Be George Jetson: Ehang 184 AAV drone at CES2016. (1/14/2016)
Virtual reality porn ('full immersion for the adult experience'). (1/14/2016)
'Crazy, trippy' OLED rollable TV. (1/14/2016)
ModiFace mirror. (1/14/2016)
A personal bartender available in multiple colors. (1/10/2016)
Wearable translator. (1/10/2016)
Samsung KS9500 SUHD 4K TV with stunning natural curves. (1/8/2016)
Be your own home brewer the easy way with Pico Brew Micro Brewer. (1/8/2016)
Daqri smart helmet. (1/8/2016)
This shower head tells you when your time is up. (1/7/2016)
According to this HairMax instructional video, 82 medical-grade lasers will put a smile on your face. (1/6/2016)
You may or may not get a charge out of the Digitsole Smartshoe. (1/6/2016)
Enrich your family life with this Samsung Smart Family Hub Fridge. (1/6/2016)