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House Beautiful

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The Best Alarm Clocks That Can Get Even Snooze Button Hitters Out of Bed

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David Klein

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Professor of Industrial Design David Klein recommends stylish goods for the holiday season.

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The ACL Gift Guide 2022

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An updating list for dads, golfers, style aficionados, watch lovers, kids and other fun things too.

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InsideHook

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The 24 Best Gifts For The Home That They'll Actually Use.

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SF Gate

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The 24 Best Gifts for the Home That They’ll Actually Use

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Bloomberg

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Holiday Gift Guide: 85 Decadent Gifts to Spoil Your Whole List

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Wallpaper*

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Six minimal devices designed to take the stress out of tech.

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Aspire

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Aspire Home and Design Holiday Gift Guide 2022.

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Metropolis

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The Ultimate Metropolis 2022 Holiday Gift Guide

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5280

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The World’s Most Complicated Alarm Clock Might Also Be the Easiest to Use. Boulder designers obsessed over the OneClock so you could focus on one thing: sleeping.

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Gadgetgram / Wake Up to Gentle Sonic Science Music

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This minimalist waking clock can bring you a truly “disconnected” bedroom, as it comes with no screens, no Bluetooth, no Wi-Fi, no App-controls, nothing. There’s literally no connectivity whatsoever, period.

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Forbes / Wake Without Your Phone

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If looking at your phone is the first thing you do in the morning and you’re trying to quit, OneClock will help. The clock is made from sustainably-sourced materials and it’s the perfect first step towards a disconnected bedroom.

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Profile: Core77 / Your Morning Doesn't Have to be so Alarming.

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Though essential, alarms are rarely enjoyable—but does it have to be that way? OneClock, a sleek analog clock that aims to replace your jarring daily alarm with soothing sound design by Grammy Award-winning artist Jon Natchez of The War on Drugs, hopes to change this.

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Profile: Modern in Denver

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A fine artist and commercial photographer by trade, Boulder-based Jamie Kripke didn't set out to be a clock designer. Years ago, in an effort to make is sleep space more restful by keeping the phone and its distractions out, Kripke went down a rabbit hole in search of a new way to wake up.

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Review: Domino / Best Sleep Since My Kid Was Born

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Each evening when I push the button to set the alarm (and you do have to push it every night—another thoughtfully considered design feature aimed at moving away from automation), I have a little sleep mindfulness moment that feels a bit like setting an intention, and it’s become a lovely nightly ritual for me.

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Profile: Core77 / Your Morning Doesn't Have to be so Alarming.

"It's a fact, whether we like it or not, that alarms keep our lives flowing. They're the first thing we hear when we wake up, overcook our dinners, or, in the most extreme cases, are in imminent danger. A growing body of research indicates that better-designed alarms may even save our lives. Though essential, alarms are rarely enjoyable—but does it have to be that way? OneClock, a sleek analog clock that aims to replace your jarring daily alarm with soothing sound design by Grammy Award-winning artist Jon Natchez of The War on Drugs, hopes to change this."

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