Snooze iPhone Wood Dock



I am not a fan of the Apple products for various reasons but I, like most of you got to get up in the morning. Since we have established a common point; waking up needs a bit of aggression from an alarm clock, cell phone and so on to wake us up. Those who are familiar with the alarm clock on you cell phone know that when it starts to ring instantly it drives you crazy and the instinctual move is to hit the snooze button and go back to sleep.

Well trust me this is easier said than done. On a cell phone you have to search the entire bed if you don’t have a night stand where to normally put then, if you have found it, the next step is to unlock it, then open your eyes and read all the buttons and menus and then make it stop for a while. To avoid all that, Lindsay Windham created the Snooze iPhone Dock. A little device made put from the simples materials like wood, a little bit of rubber and some plastic.

This little thing holds your iPhone horizontally in special grooves fitted with some rubber to prevent any kind of unwanted movement. When you go to sleep put your phone in its dock and then in the morning when you want to get just a little more sleep, slap the big white snooze button and it will stop. Pretty good huh? You will never have to find your phone again; open your eyes read the menus press the right button and so on. This makes it a lot easier. Think about it in the morning!


Published by in Home Gadgets, on July 4th, 2012

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