Sunday, August 16, 2009

Back-to-School: Sonic Boom Alarm Clock Review & Giveaway

School starts Monday and I'm starting a new job. If it weren't for the Sonic Bomb
Alarm Clock, I would be somewhat nervous about it because my teenage son isn't the easiest person to wake up and I won't be here to do it. Sonic Alert has designed a line of alarm clocks for boys and girls that feature extra loud (113db) adjustable tone & volume, flashing lights, and a powerful 12-volt bed shaker. We have been using it for a week now to test it and there is no way he will ever miss the bus with this alarm clock. The bedshaker is pretty amazing. I wish I had owned this when I was married to his father - that man slept like the dead (but that is another post for another time).

The Sonic Bomb alarm clock is perfect for guys and comes in stealth grey with red controls and pulsing lights. The Sweetheart is the ladies version in hot pink with a multi-color display. They each sell for $42.95 (MSRP) and can be purchased from their site here or from Amazon.com here.

Sonic Alert has offered to give one of my blog followers their very own Sonic Boom - either the Sonic Bomb or Sonic Sweetheart (pictured below).


THE GIVEAWAY: Visit Sonic Alert and tell me something that wasn't mentioned in this post. Leave a comment below with your contact information.

Additional entries can be earned by (LEAVE SEPARATE COMMENT FOR EACH ENTRY):
2. Follow my blog or if you are already following - tell me who you are. (1 entry)
3. Blog about this and link back to me or email 5 friends about this giveaway copying me on the email. (5 entries)
4. Follow me @lisasamples on twitter and tweet this contest leaving me a link. (1 entry per tweet/2 tweets per day) Please leave time between tweets.
5. Subscribe to my new email feed. (2 entries)
6. Follow blog using the Networked Blogs Facebook application on bottom left. (2 entries)

This giveaway will end September 5th at 11:59 pm EST. Winner will be determined by Random.org and will have 48 hours to send contact information to lisa(dot)samples@gmail.com. It is mandatory to leave your email address in your first comment because I need to be able to contact you.

Disclosure: This opportunity was made possible by Sonic Alert and is my opinion of their product/service. Your opinion my be different.

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