Rise And Sniff: The Scented Alarm Clock Of The Future

Alain Saint-Dic
Alain Saint-Dic, Health and Fitness Editor at 20something, brings over nine years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Though he studied pre-law, his love for the human body, it's adaptive ability and unlocking the largely untapped potential of human beings led him to pursue a passionate career in health, fitness, and athletics.

It doesn’t matter how pleasant the sound, and how many times you change it, at some point your alarm becomes the single most annoying thing in your life — almost to the point of driving you mad if you happen to hear the very same sound outside of its designated purpose.

Wake up calls are slightly more useful because you have to wake up and speak to someone, but after a long night, that helpful person just becomes the target of your hatred. But what about the smell of apple crumb cake, lasagna, a well made western omelette…these are all completely awesome scents to wake up to. The list goes on, but if someone decided to put scents into an alarm…of course someone beat me to it, and honestly, I’m not mad at them.

So say goodbye to the annoying chime and hello to delectable French toast, the alarm clock of the millennials has arrived:

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