Mornings are not our favorite time of the day. Often when the alarm clock rings there is nothing that we are less interesting in than getting out of bed. A great alarm clock can help with not only waking us up, but also in helping to get the day off to a great start.We have seen and blogged about some interesting alarm clocks before, like the Nature Lover's and voice controlled Moshi alarm clock, this alarm clock boasts a little something extra.
A remake of a classic product that has been around for over 70 years, the Teasmade not only functions as a nifty alarm clock, it also brews you a fine cup of tea. Made by Swan, the Teasmade is an alarm clock with a built in rapid water boiling function that allows you to wake to a fresh pot of a tea.
To use the Teasmade, you put tea bag into the pot the night before, fill the kettle with water, and then set the alarm. Incredibly simple and easy, we wonder why we do not see more of these in stores.
The clean design of the Teasmade would blend well in any modern home and we like its small footprint and cute LCD face. We imagine that waking up on cold rainy days would be all that much more pleasant with a fresh cup of tea at our bedside....oh how we would love a Teasmade!
Since this is a remake of a product that has been around for quite some time, we would love to hear from readers who have any experience with a Teasmade. Have you ever used a Teasmade?
The Teasmade STM100N2 sells for about $88. For more information, check out Swan.
[via The Design Blog]