Gadgets

28/08/2012

Let R2-D2 wake you up in the morning

R2-D2 Alarm Clock

The best Astromech Droid in the Universe can now be your personal alarm clock. It seems like he is destined for greater things, but he really wants to help you wake up.

This Star Wars R2-D2 Alarm Clock will make sure that you wake up on time.

It doesn’t just sit there and look pretty either. It lights up, talks and even moves around. It will play main theme from Star Wars, the Cantina Band song and R2-D2 sounds.

The alarm can be either a message from Princess Leia or R2-D2 sounds. You can purchase it for $104.70 from Amazon. This R2 unit is packing some nice features.






 
 

 
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