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Wake'n Shake – our new light alarm clock with vibration pad

The Wake’n Shake Light uses light, sound and a vibration pad to wake you up. Simply place the pad underneath your pillow. As soon as the alarm goes off, your pillow will start to shake.

JWNSLight_WH_I (Black, White)
Geemarc JWNSLight_WH_I (Black, White)


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What else does the alarm clock do?

  • The alarm clock wakes you with a gradual sunrise simulation. Both the illumination level and duration of the sunrise are customisable up to 300 lux and 30 minutes.
  • You can choose between various wake-up calls including the radio, a regular ring tone, a frog, the rain, the wind or birds. The volume can be set up to 80 dB.
  • Two different wake-up times
  • The vibration pad has two different levels
  • The individual wake-up programme can be customised, combining light, sound and vibration.
  • Snooze function
  • USB connection to charge your smartphone or music player

Technical details:

  • Runs on electric power (charger included) or on batteries
  • Size 12 cm × 17 cm × 12 cm
  • Weight 430 g

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Catharina Carstens, Zurich

  • Category Marketing Manager
I've always had a passion for textiles and good food. So you'll find me in that new restaurant in town or feeling through a pile of hand-woven carpets on a trip abroad. In my job at Galaxus, I'm dedicated to seeking out beautiful products that inspire our customers.


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User iNosin

Leidet der Erfinder unter Schlafparalyse, oder wie soll das Ding jemals unterm Kissen bleiben?
Das Teil ist doch jeweils sonst wo beim Aufwachen....

User AdrianRogic

Schade kann man so sachen nicht vorher testen. Muss es schon zugeben das es mich neugierig macht, wie es sich anfühlt wenns einem beim aufwachen die birne durchschüttelt