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Based on a character in the British motoring television show Top Gear, this The Stig Alarm Clock in the shape of a full-face racing helmet features a cool visor that lifts up to reveal the time display and turn on the backlight. It also projects the time display. For an alarm to get your day off to a really fast start, you have your choice of a beep-beep sound or the Top Gear theme tune. If this Top Gear Alarm Clock doesn't get your engine going in the morning, nothing will. Perfect for that Top Gear fan. Wake up to the Top Gear theme song. It projects the time display, too. The Stig Alarm Clock will get your engine going in the morning. Visor lifts to reveal the time display and turn on the backlight.
Top Gear fans rejoice! If you have always wished you could wake up to the beautiful site of the Stig next to your bed, you now can with our Top Gear Stig Projection Alarm Clock! This helmeted bust of your driving hero not only has a digital clock diplay under his visor, he also projects the time out of the top of his helmet! Is there nothing the Stig can't do!? Clad in his famous white driving suit and helmet, this digital alarm clock is for die hard Top Gear fans and even plays the Top gear theme tune as the alarm sound! An ideal Birthday or Christmas gift, why not twin this Top Gear Stig Projection Alarm Clock with a Stig Keyring or Personalised Top Gear Stig Poster? There may be some people who would find the head and shoulders of a helmeted man on our bedside tables creepy. Not us! We know the Stig is there to awake us in the morning with his cheerful, faceless, statuesque persona. Projecting the time out of the top of his head onto our ceilings, so that we may stretch, yawn, turn our heads and see a guy in a helmet standing right next to us! Wah! Only kidding... Stop dreaming about racing around the Top Gear test track...test driving the latest reasonably priced car with the fastest lap time...and wake up to our fantastic Stig Projection Alarm Clock! How do you think Jeremy Clarkson gets up in the mornings? Well actually, he probably gets the real Stig to wake him with the rev of a V8 engine and the heady scent of hot rubber on tarmac before shouting ';Cooee!'; through the window.