The Sub Morning Alarm Clock Needs to Be Dunked in Water to Turn Off

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 17, 2012 • References: & yankodesign
The Sub Morning Alarm Clock offers yet another creative way to wake up a person in the morning. It appears that without such creativity, waking up on time is a futile endeavor. In this case, the clock has to be submerged in water to be turned off. Considering that it is shaped like a submarine, this is a cute and clever trick to get people out of bed. Of course, an easy snooze solution is to keep a bucket of water by the bed. But that is besides the point.

Conceived by Kim Min Jeong, the Sub Morning Alarm Clock is a 2012 iF Design Talents entry. A clean and modern design, people will want to have it on hand not just because of its unique method of waking people up. Stats for Submersible Morning Alerts Trending: Older & Average
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