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The Ramos alarm clock can’t be turned off by a few normal way rather, users have to get up and walk to an associated defuse panel to hit in the clock’s predetermined deactivation code. Sammut says there’s no “snooze” button in easy reach on the Ramos clock, which has been in development for years, he explains “Ramos is a clock I made after I got tired of constantly oversleeping,”.“I needed something that would force me out of bed.” No shock after that, the Ramos can only be turned off when the user gets up and enters in a code on a separate wireless defuse panel, which Sammut suggests be placed in the kitchen or bathroom. “Best of all, after you turn off the alarm you’ll find yourself in your bathroom or kitchen, away from the evil alluring bed and ready to start your day.” An elective snooze mode will be integrated, but consumer won’t be capable to exceed the number of “snoozes” they stipulated in advance. The Ramos can at the present be preordered on Kickstarter starting at USD 160, with alternative as well as either an LED or nixie tube display and a variety of hardwoods and finishes.