From Sun to Cesium, the Evolution of Timekeeping

Posted by Tracy on 10/4/2013 to Alarm Clocks
Clocks, considered to be one of man's earliest inventions, originated 5,000-6,000 years ago. The ancient Egyptians used obelisks as primitive sundials; the shadow cast by the sun allowed them to split the day into two parts. Markings were later added to the bases of these structures, indicating further time divisions. But mankind still needed a means of keeping time that did not rely on sunny days.

Programmable Alarms as Medication Reminders

Posted by Tracy on 10/2/2013 to Alarm Clocks
Complex medication regimens often fail not because the patient meant to deviate from instructions but because it was simply impossible to keep track of the scheduled doses. In these situations, programmed reminders like those possible with the Neverlate Executive Alarm Clock can be invaluable.

A Travel Alarm Clock Can Add Convenience to Your Next Trip

Posted by Tracy on 10/2/2013 to Alarm Clocks
Whether on a business excursion, vacationing, or traveling for any other reason, a travel alarm clock can ensure you are able to manage your time effectively without having to rely on wake-up calls. Travel alarm clocks are easy to set, easy to read and portable. They can awaken you with familiar tones, which is a comforting and soothing experience when in unfamiliar surroundings.

Voice Interactive Alarm Clocks

Posted by Melissa on 7/18/2013 to Alarm Clocks
Alarm clocks are something we all have. Everyone has something that requires them to get up at a certain time almost every day. For some of us that reason is work or school. For others, the reasons may be different, but the reality still exists that almost everyone has somewhere to be by a certain time and therefore needs an alarm clock in order to get up and get ready to start the day.
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