Alarm clock for the hearing impaired


Alarm clock in general is a device which enables many of us to wake up. It enables many of us to either go to college, school or office, etc. but just imagine those who cannot hear or in other words are medically deaf how would they get up in the morning and go to the places they are required to go. So for them we have come out with an alarm clock which is meant for the special people with a very special case.

Varieties

There comes variety in alarm clock that is meant for the people like the special ones. The varieties are:
1) Sonic Alert Sonic Shaker Portable Vibrating Alarm Clock: This is the coolest alarm clock on the market. After using it myself, I can't live with out it. As a deep sleeper, I depend on this small but powerful shaking and noise device to wake me up. And it is the best deal around. It will work for the hearing impaired too. Also, when you spend the night somewhere, you make sure you can wake up when you want. Also, you can choose whether it vibrates, makes sound, or both, so you don't have to wake up your partner if it just vibrates under your pillow
2) Clear sounds Jumbo Alarm Clock with Signaler and Bed Shaker: This device comes with extra loud adjustable volume of about +95dB max. Also shaker goes under the pillow for a silent telephone ring or alarm which is ideal for people with hearing impairments or for when you don't want to disturb your partner.
3) Clear sounds Bed Shaker: One can place the shaker wherever you feel like, under the pillow or cushion for a silent alarm. It is ideal for the people with hearing impairments or when you don't want to disturb your partner.
4) American Large Time Alarm Clock: This device is a strong bed shaker which wakens even the deepest of sleepers without the noise of a buzzer to disturb others. It comes with an audio alarm of about 85+dB
5) Ameriphone AME-01866 Alert master for travelers: It includes clip-on wireless doorbell, bed shaker and has an alarm clock with snooze button. For this device no wring is required, just plug it in.

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