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Topic # 236367 30-May-2018 08:06
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Up for sale is a Kello. This cute little thing will scare the living crap out of you in the mornings by turning on your lights (if you've got your lights on IFTTT) or even, worse, a blender hooked up to a Wemo switch (I don't endorse this). Honestly, the ways I've used it to literally scare the crap out of me in the mornings are amusing.

 

Want a coffee? Well, ensure you buy a smart coffee machine and not only will you be woken up with a glorious coffee you'll be greeted with whatever music you like from Spotify's vast collection every morning. Do you snooze too much? Well, you can set this alarm clock to only allow lets say 5x snoozes (or lives as I call it) per week - after that? Tough luck, the blender goes on.

 

Really you can use your imagination with how you wake up each morning with this cute little beast. It can help you fall asleep too with a collection of sleep related activities in the phone app. If you don't have any smart things in your home then this makes a pretty neat alarm clock that can wake you up with Spotify, Deezer or your favorite radio station each morning.

 

It's shell can take a beating - it is designed to be beaten up each morning. It has a glorious "clunk" when you do so also. It has served me well and now it is onto it's next home. Watch the below video, look at the photos of it and if you want it then send me money.

 

 

 

 

Oh, that port on the back? It is for your Phone / Tablet / Kindle or whatever to charge it at a staggering 2 amps. It won't fast charge, but it is a nice feature to have.

 

Asking: $130 pickup in Wellington or free shipping NZ wide.





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Are you in Auckland? If so, is pickup ok?




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