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The view from above the farm
Being woken up by binmen, can kickers and car alarms sucks. But that’s life in the big city. So why not wake up to barnyard bedlam with the whimsical Farmland Alarm Clock. Moo-oo!
Brilliantly silly, this wacky waker upper is one-hundred percent ding-a-ling, beep-beep and buzz free. Instead it moos, baas and clucks you out of boboland. Baaa-rilliant!
Better still, in order to shut the infernal thing up snoozers must remove whichever animal corresponds with the din from the picket-fenced ‘pasture’ and slot it in above the large LCD display. Ee-i, ee-i…no!
Whichever alarm mode you choose to use the Farm Animal Alarm Clock will definitely wake you up!
If fumbling about for plastic cluckers at stupid o’clock doesn’t appeal you can always switch from Selective to Random mode. That way you can deactivate the alarm using any animal you fancy. It’s just like being in the sticks but without all the ooh-aarring, Morris dancing and cider drinking. (Twine belt and combine harvester sold separately).
Definitely a great product and very good at fulfilling its purpose! The only problem with it is the obvious design flaw in the fact that the clock doesn't have a light....... But overall an excellent purchase. Tanya, Bournemouth - 24th May 2011
Great product, I leave my animals downstairs so I have to get out of bed when the alarm goes off. The animals are incredibly loud and annoying. Andy, Wolverhampton - 6th May 2011
It AMAZING - it actually wakes me up for school. 1 downside: the numbers don't light up so when I wake up in the middle of the night I have no clue what time it is! But otherwise, great product firebox!! Bet, Derby - 24th April 2011
Anna, Oxfordshire - 6th January 2011
Wow this looks brilliant!
Does it have snooze? Becky, Brighton - 13th November 2010
Firebox says: It sure does Becky, but not your average snooze. You need to identify which animal is waking you up and take that animal from the pasture and slot it in!
Can you buy more animals or does it only come with 3? Dan, Sheffield - 11th November 2010