Stelton's Okiru alarm clock gives your phone a ban in the bedroom and calms your night to what matters the most: sleep. Japanese designer Kazushige Miyake wanted to create a stylish but simple object that would give your day a gently start – the name of the clock, Okiru, is Japanese for wake-up.

The alarm is easily turned on by the control on the back of the alarm clock and off by pressing the button on the top. The Okiru alarm clock also has a snooze function, which is activated by gently touching the clock. Place this pretty clock on your bedside table, shelf or windowsill and wake up feeling refreshed!

Okiru alarm clock, black


SG$ 84.40


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ABS plastic, AS plastic, thermoplastic rubber, polypropylene

Kazushige Miyake

Designer Kazushige Miyake's (b. 1973) work focuses on minimalist purity and simplicity, whether he is working with furniture or everyday objects. The Japanese designer believes that every object has its own particular form, which is not limited only to the physical presence of the item but to the effect, it creates on its users. Miyake studied design at Tokyo's Tama Art University, and has worked both in the UK and in Japan. He founded his own eponymous design studio in 2005. He has been awarded many prestigious design prizes, including the iF Design Award, Red Dot Design Award and Good Design Award.

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