We spent 26 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top choices for this wiki. If you have a hard time getting up in the morning, you might need one of the super loud alarms clock on our list. Designed with heavy sleepers in mind, these devices use buzzers, high volumes, simulated sunrises that convince your body it’s time to start the day, and even vibrating pads that will nudge you awake physically. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work.

10. Svinz Digital Dual Musical

If you don’t like the effort it takes to set your wake up time by pressing those annoying plus and minus buttons, you’ll love the easy-to-use dial on the Svinz Digital Dual Musical. This useful feature also serves as your snooze button.

  • Takes up very little space
  • Blares at up to 105 decibels
  • Temperature gauge is inaccurate

Brand Svinz
Model Svinz SCC009
Weight 1.2 pounds
Rating 3.9 / 5.0

9. Philips Somneo Sunrise

If you saw the Philips Somneo Sunrise sitting on a shelf at the store, you might not realize what it is at first. That’s because it’s design is so smooth and sleek, it doesn’t seem like anything that would disturb you from your slumbers.

  • Also provides light therapy
  • Seven built-in nature sounds
  • Touchscreen menu is counterintuitive

Brand Philips
Model HF3650/60
Weight 3.5 pounds
Rating 4.0 / 5.0

8. BeeTop Portable Bluetooth

While bigger isn’t always better, the speaker on the top of the BeeTop Portable Bluetooth takes up almost the entirety of the unit, ensuring a forceful distribution of its buzzer throughout your bedroom. It’s available in white or black and can play tunes from your phone.

  • Rechargeable via usb
  • Brain wave sleep sounds
  • Not loud enough for everyone

Brand BeeTop
Model pending
Weight 10.6 ounces
Rating 3.7 / 5.0

7. OnLyee Bluetooth 1002-US

If you share your bed with anyone on a regular basis, you can both charge your phones at the same time through the dual USB ports on the rear of the OnLyee Bluetooth 1002-US. Its oversized snooze button is backlit and can be set to one of seven colors.

  • Cute spherical shape
  • Adjustable volume
  • Display is a little small

Brand OnLyee
Model 1002-US
Weight 1.3 pounds
Rating 3.5 / 5.0

6. Smarlance Wake Up Light

The Smarlance Wake Up Light effectively combines traditional red numbers against a black field with the more modern technology of a therapeutic, daylight-balanced artificial sunrise to get you out of bed a bit more gently each morning.

  • Also simulates sunset for bed time
  • Five-minute snooze
  • Buttons can be a little finicky

Brand Smarlance
Model pending
Weight 1.3 pounds
Rating 4.0 / 5.0

5. Estink Sunrise Wake Up Light

The Estink Sunrise Wake Up Light simulates the rising of the sun to get you in touch with your natural circadian rhythm, making your wake up time a lot less uncomfortable. It’s ideal for anyone who needs to get up before the sun, or who sleeps with blackout curtains.

  • Can play nature sounds
  • Seven-color nightlight
  • Doesn’t last long on battery power

Brand Estink
Model pending
Weight 1.2 pounds
Rating 4.0 / 5.0

4. Superstar LED Wood Digital

Just because your bedroom timepiece is designed to be loud to the ears, doesn’t mean it needs to be offensive to the eyes, as well, and the Superstar LED Wood Digital proves that. It’s powerful enough to raise the dead, but it fits into most rooms subtly.

  • Aa battery backup
  • Clap to wake up display
  • Three-year warranty

Brand Superstar*
Model pending
Weight 7.2 ounces
Rating 4.1 / 5.0

3. iLuv TimeShaker Super

The iLuv TimeShaker Super effectively combines a loud buzzer with a pad that sits on your pillow and is designed to jolt you out of bed with an obnoxious vibrating sensation. That makes it a nice option for those with hearing problems, as well.

  • Ten brightness settings
  • Pairs with mobile devices
  • Built-in usb charging port

Brand iLuv
Weight 2.8 pounds
Rating 4.5 / 5.0

2. Peakeep 4-Inch Twin Bell

With a retro design that still creates a significant amount of volume when it’s time to leave the comfort of your bed and start the day, the Peakeep 4-Inch Twin Bell is a smart, economical choice. Its second hand moves silently, so it won’t keep you up at night.

  • Stereoscopic numbers
  • Backlight button
  • Powered by 1 aa battery

Brand Peakeep
Model MHP3122B
Weight 14.4 ounces
Rating 4.8 / 5.0

1. Sonic Bomb Loud Dual

If you need something truly eardrum piercing to get you out of bed in the morning, you might want to take a hard look at the Sonic Bomb Loud Dual. It also comes with a vibration unit you keep in your bed, so it can shake you awake, if need be.

  • Available in six colors
  • Five-level dimmer
  • Bright red lcd readout

Brand Sonic Alert
Model SBB500SS
Weight 1.9 pounds
Rating 4.9 / 5.0
The 10 Best Alarm Clocks for Heavy Sleepers