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Geemarc Wake 'n' Shake Star

Photo: Geemarc Wake 'n' Shake Star

Please note that this product is not available to loan from our Technology Test Drive.

Key feature

  • Looks like a mirror
  • USB socket for charging smartphones or other tech

Other features

  • Vibrating pad
  • Volume and tone can be changed (3 settings)
  • Screen brightness can be changed (3 settings)


What families and deaf young people say:

"Good vibration, flashing lights. It woke him up. Sewing a pocket on his pillow case helped keep the vibrating pad in place."
Mum to Zhenugo (17)

"It is very powerful and it definitely got me out of bed in the morning! You can change the settings so different people can change the alarm clock to suit what they need and their deafness. It would be useful for people living on their own."
Cam (14), moderate to severely deaf

Want to buy?

To buy it, visit Connevans
Typical price £40 (£47 inc VAT)