It lets users rise to the “metallic sound of bells,” according to the accessory’s official site.
At $38, the iBell takes the classic look of an alarm clock and combines it with an iPhone docking cradle. While no batteries are required, users do need to download an app for the alarm to work.
For more on the iBell and its smaller cousin, the iBell mini, watch the Mashable video below.
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