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    Charge three devices at once & design your own 'fall to sleep' sounds too.

    It's the new Soundcore Wakey Wireless Charging Clock. Never be late for class! Built-in wireless charger. Just lay your Qi equipped device on top and it starts charging. Two more charging USB ports on the back. Connects via Bluetooth to your phone. (There's an AUX in also.) Full-range stereo drivers sound really good for its size. 10 different sounds, including the FM radio lets you set up to 15 individual alarms. Choose from 10 sleep-inducing ambient sounds or compose your own soothing soundscape using the Soundcore app. (I like rain & I like trains, so I mixed my own train in the rain go-to-sleep sound. LED display automatically dims in low light and can be adjusted or turned off using the app. You do need a smartphone to use most of features of the Wakey Clock. It automatically sets the clock time from your phone's clock. MSPR $99.99. There's was a $20 off check box on Amazon as of 8/13/19, but don't for how long that will be there.

    Amazon link: https://amzn.to/2KGpaRx 


    Company website: https://www.anker.com/products/variant/wakey/A3300121


    Giz Wiz link. Pay the same as everyone else GizWizBiz gets a tiny credit to buy more stuff on Amazon. Thank you if you decide to use that link.

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