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Dynamite alarm clock


At online store, Sirobako.com, run by Century, you can find this “Early Morning Dynamite” USB alarm clock.

Not only is it a regular alarm clock, but you can also play an exciting game with this alarm clock. The game is that you need to choose which one of the four wires needs to be cut (pulled out) to stop the dynamite bomb. You only have 10 seconds to make the right decision and disable the bomb. It’s a fun game to play at a party.

Price: 3,980 yen (including tax) Size: W230 × H100 × D90mm Weight: 250g Power source: USB Battery life: 24 hours Accessories: Alarm clock, USB cable (65cm)

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This is the most idiotic design ever.What moron gave the go ahead for this product. Somebody buys one, carries it on a train, and they'll shut everything down for hours.

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gaijinfo, my thoughts exactly! Not only trains, but some stupid morons could leave this thing anywhere and cause mass panic. Thumbs down for Sirobako.com!

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I can't wait to take mine to the bank and make a 'withdrawl'

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fun gift to send by mail!

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I think the blurb neglected to mention that this is intended as a gag product for people who have trouble waking up.

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I could walk into a bank with this strapped to my waist, make a withdrawal without the hassle of providing ID, then calmly walk out. Great idea!

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Been novelty items like this around for ages...had something similar 20 yrs ago myself. Needless to say carrying in your luggage these days may cause delays to your travel.

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Cheez, that's tasteful. Imagine buying one of them on holiday and taking it home. Try explaining that to the police after your bags have been X-rayed.

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do not leave the house with this thing on your person - police will shoot you

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I bet Kiefer Sutherland has one of these.

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That will make you really popular at the airport when you travel with it.

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Is it magnetic?

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I love it.

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