Monday, 23 January 2012

Uni Livin'

Are you getting too much sleep?

Do you often find it hard to drag yourself barely-clothed out of bed in the middle of the night?

Are you sick and tired of weak alarm clocks which can be deactivated at the touch of a button?

Then you need
The Self-Drilling Fire Alarm!

The Self-Drilling Fire Alarm is the latest innovation from 2MuchSleep and is being hailed by critics as the number 1 solution to sleep. The SDFA can be installed in any type of accommodation, but is proving particularly successful in university residence, where it has a 95% success rate. When you buy the SDFA you'll be getting all of these unique features:

  • 4 hour self-drilling period: the SDFA will conduct its own fire drill every 3-4 hours without any prior programming or set-up.
  • Comes with 1 piercing, atonal alarm noise already installed
  • Can also be used to detect fires (not tested)
No other fire alarm on the UK market has this many innovative features, but don't take our word for it - just look at the testimonials:

Keith, student at Brighton University:
"With the Self-Drilling Fire Alarm I was woken up every four hours and marched outside into the rain. When the alarm had finished, I returned to bed safe in the knowledge that the damn thing would be going off in another couple of hours"

Rachel, student at Sussex University:
"I'd never been a fan of alarm clocks, but with the Self-Drilling Fire Alarm I was forced to vacate my room or risk burning to a crisp. Such a great incentive!"

Brett, student at University of Winchester:
"It's gone off 3 times in my room alone! I think I'm going to start sleeping in all my clothes in preparation for the next burst! I've barely got any sleep!"

So, don't waste your time with alarm clocks and conventional fire-detecting fire alarms any longer and make a once in a lifetime investment in the SDFA today! You won't regret it.*

*Disclaimer: customers who bought the SDFA for their own accommodation were, on average, 5 times more sleep-deprived than those who didn't. 

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