ThinkGeek sells t-shirts, apparel, toys, gadgets, home & office products, computer stuff, caffeine & edibles, electronics, kids products, and books. When I was given the opportunity to choose a product to review from ThinkGeek again, it felt like it took hours to choose because there are so many amazing and unique products to choose from. After much thought, I finally decided to check out the LEGO Star Wars Alarm Clock.
My son is a huge LEGO fan so he was very excited about this clock. Both my son and I agree, this is a really awesome clock! It is small enough to fit on his bed and suits his style completely. He likes that he can change the figures and other LEGO's can also fit on the clock. He was not able to set the alarm himself (he is 7) which was not an issue since he only needs it set once for work and then he can just press a button when he want it set for the following morning. The alarm is not very loud, but it was loud enough to wake him in the morning. It is battery operated so we are not limited to placing it near an outlet. The price is also right ($28.99).
- For Ages 6 and Up
- Star Wars alarm clock built of LEGO pieces
- 21 pieces, including Chewbacca and Stormtrooper minifigures
- Blaster turret on top is buildable!
- Clock features Japanese Quartz movement
- Crescendo alarm gets louder and louder until you turn it off
- A great gift for Star Wars or LEGO fans - or just late sleepers
- Takes 1 AA battery included
- Product Dimensions: 3.75in x 3.75in
Win it here: One lucky Cake Mom reader is going to win a LEGO Star Wars Alarm Clock!
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- Congrats to Jessica (comment 215). You have been emailed!