9 Chic Alarm Clocks That Won't Make You Want to Hit Snooze

Serial snoozers will have a hard time snoring through these stylish alarm clocks.

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As a recovering snooze button addict, I now have a very strict "no snooze EVER" policy for my regular morning alarms. But I know that there are probably a lot of snooze button lovers still out there and I want to offer you some hope.

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I’ve rounded up some of my favorite alarm clocks in the hopes that they will help you say goodbye to your snooze button forever. Plus, they look so darn good, too. #2016goals

Simple Structure

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Gadget Flow

This is a super sleek and sophisticated wooden clock with an LED time and temperature display. With a modern look and feel, this would look great in a bedroom but also in a living room or office.

Get It: Wood Grain LED Alarm Clock, Gadget Flow, $31

Play Chase

Clocky Alarm Clock

Clocky Alarm Clock

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Nanda Home

For those of you that really have a rough time getting out of bed, the clocky alarm clock might be your savior. This clock actually jumps down from your bedside table and rolls around on the floor until you get up and turn it off.

Get It: Clocky the Runaway Alarm Clock, Nanda Home, $39

Shake It

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Amazon

This is another great option for a heavy sleeper; the clock vibrates to wake you up in the morning. The clock pairs with your smart phone, and you can set up to 10 different alarms with a combination of vibration, alarm tone or both.

Get It: SmartShaker, Amazon, $19

Sweet Bunnies

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PBteen

This is an adorable, vintage-inspired alarm clock with a seriously cute set of bunny ears. It comes in white or gold and was created by celebrity stylists Emily Current and Meritt Elliot.

Old-School Style

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Anthropologie

This is another old-school, vintage-inspired clock with a loud hammer and bell alarm. This will be a tough one to snooze through, so it's another great option for a heavy sleeper.

Get It: Covent Alarm Clock, Anthropologie, $38

So Retro

Photo by: L.L.Bean

L.L.Bean

This is a replica of popular 1950's alarm clock: the moon beam. This updated version is available in three colors and includes an LED light and a snooze button (unlike the original). But you won't be needing that, right?

Get It: Moon Beam Alarm Clock, L.L.Bean, $49

Flip, Flop

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Luminaire

This is a straightforward, easy-to-use alarm clock. When your alarm  is set, "on" is visible on the top of the clock. To shut the alarm off you flip the clock over so that "off" is visible, requiring you to get up and not continue snoozing away. So easy, right?

Get It: Flip LCD Alarm Clock, Luminaire, $32

Slick Clock

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Target

This is a stylish, black-and-white clock option that would look great in a masculine or more neutral bedroom. There is a "gradual wake" option, which allows you to have your alarm go off in stages, again, reducing the need to hit snooze.

Get It: Oliver Hemming Alarm Clock, Target, $39

Mechanical Movement

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Light in the Box

This flip clock has a bit of an industrial feel to it, as well as a flip display. In addition to setting an alarm, you can also use it to track calendar days or the temperature.

Get It: Balance Flip Alarm Clock, Light in the Box, $58

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