Do you find yourself struggling to pull yourself out of your double bed on a morning, with an ineffective alarm clock lazily beeping over your snoozing body? Perhaps a new gadget will finally force you onto your feet and make you face the world, whether you like it or not. Designed by Paul Sammut, the Ramos Alarm Clock refuses to turn off unless the sleeping individual literally gets out of bed to enter a PIN code onto a wireless panel to silence the relentless beeping. And it's not just a case of hopping out of bed, pressing a random combination and running back into bed. The PIN often needs entering several times, should you choose to program it that way. You'll need a bit of money to get hold of one of these creations, too. The clock is available in three tiers: a desktop LED option for £100, a vertically-mounted teak option with nixie tubes for around £200, as well as a fully-customised version starting at around £500.