Pavlok Shock Clock

Apr 21, 2016

Category: Tech

Ivan Petrovich Pavlov’s experiments with dogs are just about as famous as science can get in popular culture. Now, his findings on conditioned responses in animals are being put to use to help you get out of bed in the morning with the Pavlov Shock Clock.

Designed to wake you up by force, this thing will literally make you feel the pain if you decide you’d rather sleep in. Because the designers at Pavlok aren’t totally sadistic, it first vibrates at a set time, then beeps, and only then does it shock the hell out of your wrist. Of course, the intent isn’t to inflict harm – it helps build good habits and gets you going in the morning. If you are not a morning person but are looking to make the leap – this is the tool to help you do it. Prices are starting at $89. [Purchase]

The Shock Clock by Pavlok

The Shock Clock by Pavlok 2

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