For some getting out of bed in the morning can be extremely difficult. Maybe they’ve had a late night, or maybe they just aren’t morning people, but unfortunately due to the requirements of work and school, getting up in the early morning is unavoidable. While there are plenty of alarm options to choose from, this new method might more or less be a guaranteed method.

Designed by British inventor Colin Furze (the same guy behind the toaster knife and DIY Wolverine claws, just to name a few), what he has done is create a bed that will actually catapult the sleeper out of the bed should they decide that they want to oversleep. The bed frame itself looks rather industrial and a tad uncomfortable, but we can forgive that. After all Furze is an inventor not a carpenter.

Made from a steel frame, the base of the bed will feature an air compressor underneath it which is used to launch the sleeper from their dreams. Of course there will be some kind of warning in the form of flashing blue lights, which basically lets them know they don’t have long until being rudely awakened.

So far what Furze has done is create the frame and wired everything up. However he promises that in his next video, which is dropping next Thursday, we will be able to see the bed in action, but in the meantime you can catch the video above to get an idea of what to expect and to see how far Furze has progressed.

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