Have you been skipping the gym for days now, in two years? Maybe it’s high time you check out this dumbbell alarm clock that you might be probably hearing a lot for a time now.
This dumbbell alarm clock works like the typical clock you now have in your room. It is shaped like a dumbbell and works exactly like one.
Here’s the twist, though. When it sounds the alarm in the morning, you don’t have to wake up to switch it off.
You have to lift this dumbbell 30 times to make the alarm stop. You can either lift it 15 times with your right hand and then another 15 in your left hand.
The dumbbell alarm clock measures 1.7 pounds.
With that, this dumbbell alarm clock serves you in two ways. It will stop you from being late and, at the same time, gets you to jumpstart with your exercise.
As mentioned, the dumbbell requires 30 upward swings to stop the alarm. The digital alarm clock will then show a count down from 30, which will be displayed on the LCD screen.
The item comes in different vibrant colors and works with batteries.
If thirty lift ups sound too much for you, you will be delighted to know that you have three options:
no alarm (but why would buy a dumbbell alarm clock if you won’t be using the bell?)
deactivate alarm with one swing of the clock ( but this option kind of contradict the whole point of having a dumbbell alarm clock)
deactivate alarm with thirty swings (the bet and our favorite option)
Unfortunately, there is no snooze mode and “silent on the weekend” mode.
With the dumbbell alarm clock, you finally have no excuse not to start your day with an exercise.
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