You can already set the bread maker to start baking a fresh loaf for when you wake, there’s an alarm clock that will wake you with the smell of bacon and bluetooth kettles you can turn on with a press of a smart phone - what you really need is coffee.
Step in British designer Joshua Renouf who has developed the alarm clock coffee machine that will wake you in the morning with the smell of your freshly brewed beans and the sound of a special stainless ball bearings that bounce as the water boils.
The machine is called the Barisieur and asks the user to add ingredient such as coffee, milk and sugar which the company say subliminally helps to signal to the mind that it’s time to sleep.
It design is beautifully crafted with a great vintage feel - cold mornings actually start to be fun?
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