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The Star Wars talking alarm clocks

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We've written about a number of unimaginably cruel alarm clocks before, including the money-shredder and the un-snoozeable weapon of torture, but finally we have something a little bit less mean-spirited.

Instead of waking up in fear, how about waking up to Star Wars? You like that don't you?

Well this set of three Star Wars talking alarm clocks offer up the sounds of either Chewbacca, a stormtrooper or C-3PO to get you out of bed. Or cause you to miss a day of work from watching the entire saga again.

You can see what they all sound like below and then hurry to get yourself one right here.

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