Some people are heavy sleepers and some just don't want to get out of bed in the morning, but there's a new clock that will jolt just about anybody out of bed.
The Ramos alarm clock, which is made in Europe, requires users to enter a pin code into a panel to turn the ringing off. The manufacturer suggests putting the panel as far away as possible even in another room.
You can even program it to where the code has to be entered multiple times to make sure you're really awake.
There are three models with the base model beginning at $131.
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