Bacon-Scented Alarm Clock for Apple iPhone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The team at Oscar Mayer has created what could be the greatest gadget of all time in this bacon-scented iPhone alarm clock.

Fittingly titled the ‘Oscar Mayer Wake Up & Smell The Bacon’, this device does just that – and who doesn’t love waking up to the sweet smell of bacon in the morning? The premise of the device is simple. Download the app, plug the dongle into your iPhone, and now every time your alarm goes off you will be treated to the irresistible smell of bacon. The brand has been working tirelessly through the Oscar Mayer Institute for the Advancement of Bacon, which brings all of the world’s greatest bacon minds together to create devices just like this. In addition to releasing the meaty aroma into the air, users will also be met with the sound of sizzling – making the experience that much better. When the scent runs dry, just pick up a refill, and you’re ready to roll. It’s only available for a limited time though, so you better move quick. [Purchase]

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