Vibrating alarm

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  1. tarzan11_11

    tarzan11_11 iPF Novice

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    Hi all
    Does any one you use vibrating alarm?
    Which companies are good..?
    R they really helpful to wake up without disturbing others .?


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    giradman iPad Super Guru

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    Hi - I'm now retired so no longer need to set my alarm clock, but have never used a 'vibrating' one - however, will be curious about the responses. We're seniors now and my wife has a difficult time being woke up in the morning (believe she uses 3 alarms, including her iPad Mini) - I was thinking of getting her the one below! :D

    But seriously, just google 'vibrating alarm' and hit images; also check out the items & reviews on Amazon - good luck! Dave :)
    AlarmClock.jpg
     
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    AQ_OC Super Moderator Staff Member

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    My iPhone vibrate and it works for me.
     
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    Thanks a lot, HONEY!! :thumbsdown:
     
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    Dave, what use do we retired folks have for an alarm clock, anyway? IMO, lack of alarms is one of the best parts of retirement. My phone is on Do Not Disturb until 9 a.m., too!

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    I'm sure I can't be the only one, but I think I have a built in alarm clock. If I need to get up earlier next morning I tend to wake within minutes of that time. I didn't trust that at first but now find I can rely on just that, well unless it's for some appointment absolutely not to be missed, and even then I tend to wake a couple of minutes before the alarm.;)
    Even when I get up during the night, I'm usually within 15 minutes guessing the time on my watch. I always wear my wrist watch to bed all night. Could that be it lol?
    Andrew


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    I've got the same built in alarm clock. For over 30 years, I've always awakened within 5 minutes of the time I want to get up at.
     
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    Cool.................
     
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