Make Sleeping a Thing of the Past With the Geemarc Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock

The shrill sound of the morning alarm is one that fills most of us with dread. We all wish that we could have that extra few minutes in the warm comfort of our beds before dragging ourselves from underneath the duvet to face the world for another day.

Some people are good at getting up, and the promise of a new day is enough to make them rise and shine early, without the need for an alarm. For others, however, this is not as easy, with one or more alarms needed to help wake them from their slumber.

In the most extreme cases, the deepest sleepers amongst us need to be physically woken. This is where Geemarc’s new Sonic Bomb alarm comes in handy. With its built-in supercharged bed shaker, this turbo-charged, extra-loud alarm has been designed with not just the lazy, but also the hearing impaired in mind. Before this new innovation, a traditional alarm clock was of no use to the deaf and hard of hearing. Now they never need to worry about sleeping in again.

Developed in the United States, the Sonic Bomb is part Geemarc’s new Sonic Alert series, produced by the American company of the same name who specialise in producing products designed to help those who are hard of hearing. Geemarc are exclusive distributors of the sonic alert alarm clock range here in the UK.

Sonic Alert

Sonic Alert began when the company’s founder, Adam Kollin wanted to help his hard of hearing grandmother to see when people were calling at her house, as she couldn’t hear the doorbell. What he devised, was a system which involved flashing lights all around the house, which illuminated when anybody rang the doorbell or telephone. This early system proved to be a great success, prompting Kollin to go into business producing similar products.

Although the system he produced for his Grandmother was handy, it involved a complex system of wires and took almost a week to install. Kollin realised the value of the system but also that it would be much more marketable as a product if it was wireless and easy to install. After 2 years of development, he came up with the first Sonic Alert System, and was awarded a patent for this unique design. Since then, the company has grown to produce a series of products to help those with hearing and other impairments.

The Sonic Bomb alarm clock is currently available from BigBoxShop.co.uk priced at £23.50