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Antique Rare 20s Alarm Clock Mono Single Bell Wind Up NOT WORKING

Antique Rare 20s Alarm Clock Mono Single Bell Wind by EuroVintage, €75.00

BestDealUSA Black Electronic Car Siren Horn Loud Speaker Alarm 12V by BestDealUSA. $12.28. * Power output: 15W * Voltage: DC 6-12V * SNR: 110 dB * Weight: 0.33kg * Color: black Super Power electronic siren horn offers a single tone like a siren. 1x SIREN HORN 25W

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Reizen Loud Ear 110dB Gain Personal Amplifier

Reizen Loud Ear 120dB Gain Personal Amplifier - picks up sound at a distance of up to 100 feet away!

The autonomous smart home will know when you pee - CNET Enlarge Image Legrands Chief Marketing Officer Steve Schoffstall speaking about Eliot on Thursday. Photo by Photo by Alfred Ng/CNET The smart home could soon be running on its own. Legrand sees a future where your smart home learns based on your habits and behaviors even knowing when to turn on the lights for your 3 a.m. bathroom run. The…

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George Kabiru is a busy man. He makes up more things than the typical Kenyan politician, which is to say a lot, but at least his inventions agree with the literal meaning of the word. His work cannot be contained in a single invention but into three major ones: Alarm-fitted television set, a stovebuilt of wood and windows, a manually operated washing machine, and those were all before 1st July, 2003.

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I have always maintained that the worse part of every single day is the very start, right when your alarm clock wakes you up. Think about it—you are in a warm, comfortable, safe, inviting place, where magical visions come to you, and then you are violently ripped away from that by a screeching siren screaming a reminder that you have to go somewhere you don't want to be as much as you do your own bed. The only thing that makes that horrible moment tolerable every day is the cup of coffee…