Mobile Phone Sensor Clock Lets You Know Eggactly When That Cellphone Rings

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If you're like me, you're thinking the vibrating cellphone in your pocket will actually alert you to an incoming call, which it often doesn't because of its anemic lack of vigor. This goofy egg-shaped Mobile Phone Sensor Clock has an antenna growing out of its head that can detect incoming cellphone ring signals, which makes it kick its little legs like a chipmunk scratching itself. That I'll notice.


Just make sure your cellphone isn't more than 6 feet away from the little bugger, and it'll get the heebie-jeebies every time a call comes in. Hey, it also doubles as a clock. Sign me up. It's $18.94

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Sean Harrington

But I've already got a crappy set of unshielded speakers on my nightstand that receives the "Morse Code" broadcast from my phone. My clock radio does this as well, but it's across the room (so I actually have to GET UP to turn it off).

Cute. Neat idea, but it will go off whenever the cell tries to synchronize as well, not just during calls.