The alarm clock for women who want to get up by getting off
10.17.2013
07:31 am

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Little Rooster

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For those women who would like to wake up in the morning with a smile on their faces, then look no further than the Little Rooster the world’s first alarm clock specifically designed to wake you up with slowly increasing pleasure.

The Little Rooster (“The raciest alarm clock in the world”—Glamour Magazine) gets you up by getting you off. According to the website, all you have to do to guarantee a pleasurable start to the day is:

Slip Little Rooster into the front of your panties with its leg nestling between your thighs.

Within seconds you forget it is there. 

Toss and turn - it stays in place. 

No part of Little Rooster is worn internally. 

What makes Little Rooster really special is that delicious semi-conscious state when you are not yet quite awake.

Other alarms tear those precious moments from you.  Little Rooster not only lets you savour them, it makes them even dreamier.

One of these panty-alarm clocks will cost you $64, which includes the following options for using the device:

Snooze: the classic lie-in.

Snorgasm: Little Rooster‘s power falls to a very low level so you fall in and out of “happy” slumber. Then the power slowly increases, waking you as sensually as before.

Travel lock. New Little Rooster vibrates in your panties, not in your purse.

Fully personalisable.  Adjust how gently the sensations start, how quickly they increase, how intensely they peak, the snorgasm level.

Rechargeable.  And built with green PWM technology.

Perfect for couples: you’ll both wake up smiling.

Play. For when it is time to take control.

Sabotage Times have an interview with Little Rooster designer Tony Maggs, who explains that he spent two years working on the alarm clock, during which time he made over 300 prototypes. Dina Murphy who interviewed Maggs also tested out the Little Rooster and you can read her article here.

If this tickles your fancy, then check out the Little Rooster site.
 

 
Via Sabotage Times

Posted by Paul Gallagher

 

 

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