Now's here's something that will really wake you up!
Wake n' Bacon created by mathlete has been featured on Good Morning America and in New York Times Style Magazine. This alarm clock wakes you up with the smell and sizzle of cooking bacon. Delicious.
Implications - Mathlete explains that the idea came about because the sound of an alarm clock was quite annoying first thing in the morning. The Wake n' Bacon will not startle you from your slumber, but will slowly wake you using smell instead of sound. The way it works is that you must place a piece of frozen bacon in the clock before bed. You set the alarm for ten minutes before you want to wake up and the bacon will cook itself just in time for your morning breakfast.
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