The snooze button, an option that completely negates the entire purpose of why you bought an alarm clock in the first place, may be a thing of the past with the emergence of the Ramos Alarm Clock. Yes, there have been innovations to curb the easy access of the snooze option, such as the Clock on Wheels, but a dedicated snoozer can quickly muster up a remedy to most of these innovations.
The Ramos Alarm Clock is different, however, as it requires you to use a defuse panel. Once the required "wake up time" has been set, the user programs a deactivation code into a portable, wireless panel that can be placed anywhere in the house (the further away from your bed the better). When the alarm goes off, you have to walk to the panel, enter in the code and hopefully by the time you've done all that, you'll be stimulated enough to start your day. Set for release in August, a Ramos Alarm Clock can be reserved via Kickstarter.