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  Reply # 357019 27-Jul-2010 11:17
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I wake up to a beeping alarm on my watch. Never suffers from power outages, and very seldom has a flat battery.




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  Reply # 357024 27-Jul-2010 11:28
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Wake up to a battery powered alarm clock whilst at home, or PDA alarm when travelling




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  Reply # 357025 27-Jul-2010 11:30
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I waake up to the incessant chattering of Mr 3 and Mr 5 discussing the merits of waking up Mum & Dad.

I don't have quiet children.




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  Reply # 357032 27-Jul-2010 11:44
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Marcus Lush on my iHome iP9.

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  Reply # 357498 27-Jul-2010 23:56
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Nokia Phone

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  Reply # 357505 28-Jul-2010 00:25
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I wake up to the screaming rooster alarm.

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  Reply # 357718 28-Jul-2010 13:56
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Annoying alarm sound on my cellphone initially then after I've fallen asleep again my 10mnth old waking me up to play and make him some breakfast.

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  Reply # 357721 28-Jul-2010 14:01
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my clock radio with Radio Sport on it, if I miss that, 5 mins later my watch alarm goes off.

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  Reply # 357749 28-Jul-2010 15:04
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beeepbeepbeepbeep
from cell phone
followed shortly but the rustling of the missus trying to find clothes, showering etc

then i hear the sound of my eyes trying laboriously tring to open.. not always with success




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  Reply # 357762 28-Jul-2010 15:18
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I have my iPhone sitting in a Sony Clock/Radio/Dock (necessary to keep the bloody thing charged each day), running Awaken which lets me set up custom alarms which fade in, along with the brightness fading in, so if the soft music (usually Natalie Merchant) doesnt wake me up, the bright screen lighting does.

There is an iPad version as well, but doesnt seem to turn on the screen.

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  Reply # 357795 28-Jul-2010 16:13
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I wake up to a family of seagulls that have appeared to have moved on to several roofs surrounding my house. Wouldn't be so annoying if it weren't for the fact that I live 20 minutes from the ocean in the middle of suburbia...

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  Reply # 357800 28-Jul-2010 16:20
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I wake up to 3 degrees C in my bedroom. The downfall to having a lounge sized bedroom I guess.

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  Reply # 357823 28-Jul-2010 16:50
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I wake up to pretty much nothing.  The alarm goes off multiple times but I don't hear it.  The cats are very insistant on getting fed and being let out but they don't bother me.  Then my wife gets up and has her shower and I don't notice and finally she will call me until I wake up at last.

IlDuce: I wake up to 3 degrees C in my bedroom. The downfall to having a lounge sized bedroom I guess.

What's the upside, out of interest? :)

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  Reply # 357824 28-Jul-2010 16:54
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He can ski in his room?




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  Reply # 357870 28-Jul-2010 17:58
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I wake up to the chirping of birds.

Not really, it's more like incessant barking of dogs, screaming of kids (not mine), processions of people up and down the wooden floor hallway in their damn clodhopper boots, clients txt'ing me to say that they can't live without some inane little pointless thing for a minute longer and I must go and deal to them NOW, and of course the cats yowling and clawing at my bedroom door trying to get in by ripping it off it's hinges.

And that's WITH ear plugs!
 




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