Vibrating alarm clocks are still very much a staple-piece in bedrooms all over the world. Some pack a real punch, something that our phones may not offer. With a vibrating alarm clock, you will notice a sharp difference to your morning wake-up routine.
In this informative blog post, we compare a selection of our leading alarm clocks so you can grab all the insights you need before purchasing.
At Hearing Direct, you will find a broad range of loud alarm clocks, many of which come with fully loaded with add vibration alerts to seriously help kickstart your morning.
As one of the world's most common alerting devices, vibrating alarm clocks are perfect for the hard to wake, and hard of hearing alike. Our selection is tailored for the hearing loss community, but all this extra vibration and amplified alarms are ideal for the deepest of sleepers. Sometimes a generic alarm does not quite suffice so additional sensory triggers are required - step forward vibrating alarm clocks.
Vibrating Alarm Clocks From Hearing Direct
When comparing options, we look closely at features such as:
- Battery vs. mains powered
- Backlit display
- Levels of amplification levels
- Essential alarm clock features
Here's our comparison of the leading vibrating alarm clocks.
Sonic Bomb SBB500SS Loud Vibrating Alarm Clock
The Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock from Sonic Alert is actually one of the loudest alarm clocks in production today. The SBB500SS is a bedside unit designed for the hard-to-wake individuals and for those with a certain degree of hearing loss. The ringer can be adjusted up to 113dB, guaranteeing to add extra ooomph to your morning. The clock features a supercharged bed shaker and has pulsing alert lights. The bright, red display and alarm ring indicator helps in waking up the heaviest of sleepers. In addition, the Sonic Bomb has a volume and tone control wheel and a dimmer switch.
Geemarc AmpliCALL 500 Extra Loud Alarm Clock
The Geemarc AmpliCALL 500 deliver multiple alerting methods to get you up and out of bed. With its built-in amplified alarm, flashing lights and powerful bed shaker, you can experience the ultimate wake-up call. With an impressive 95dB alarm and large, crisp time display, you can get ready to say goodbye to oversleeping.
Clarity AL10 Visual Alert System
For a multi-purpose vibrating alarm clock, look no further than the Clarity AL10. Yes, it provides a powerful bed shaking tactic to awake you, but it is so much more. The AL 10 will also alert you to incoming telephone calls and react to the ringing of your doorbell thanks to its finely tuned sensors. Simply plug it into your wall socket and you're ready to go. It also offers a large backlit display for easy time-telling.
Sonic Alert SB300SS Vibrating Alarm Clock
Another model from Sonic Alert. The SB300SS hosts a similar set of features as their Sonic Bomb device. Boasting a super simple design and easy functions, this clock offers an adjustable amplified alarm up to 113dB, so its alerting power is undeniable. it does exactly what it says on the label and is a very popular sale.
Geemarc Wake N' Shake Alarm Clock
The loud sound of the Wake N Shake’s alarm can wake the deepest of sleepers or those with significant hearing loss. The alarm can be set up to ringer and vibrator; ringer, flash, and vibrator; or vibrator and flash. It is easy to read the numbers because of the large digital display. The Geemarc Wake N Shake features a function to warn you when your phone is ringing and a bright visual ringer indicator. It has a continuous snooze option and adjustable volume and control. In the event of a power cut, you can use this clock with a standard 9V battery.
Sonic Alert SB200SS Vibrating Digital Alarm Clock
The SB200SS is a bedside unit with a very loud alarm. It features a volume and tone control, a vibrating pad and flashing lights. This clock has a 9-minute snooze and 4 alarm settings. Its function keys are easy to set and the display is bright to read. It has a PM indicator and a dimmer switch.
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About Hearing Direct
We are one of the world's leading hearing aid specialists. HearingDirect offers a wide range of affordable products, and information resources to help improve the quality of life for the hard of hearing.
- Hearing aids,
- Accessories such as earplugs,
- and amplified devices such as super loud alarm clocks and amplified phones.