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Jennifer

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Has anyone found an alarm clock for the hearing impaired that they like that doesn't make any noise and that doesn't vibrate? (I've become sensitive to vibrations.) I guess I'm looking for something that has some sort of light feature that would, hopefully, wake me up, but everything I've found on the Internet so far also makes noise or vibrates.

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Dan

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Check out this website: http://www.iltsource.com/Deaf_Alarm_Clock_s/38.htm

It looks like some of the alarm clocks allow you to plug in a lamp, etc. which will turn on when the alarm triggers.

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Here's another idea you might consider:
http://gadgets.boingboing.net/2008/09/03/the-philips-wakeup-l.html
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Ebhak

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Ideally we wake up naturally, and get as much sleep as we need, very important when healing.
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Jennifer

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Thanks very much for the info!

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