Gun O'Clock guns for a showdown

The Gun O'Clock takes off from the Laser Target Alarm Clock in that you get to pop your gun at the alarm clock just for the satisfaction of shutting it up.

Gun O'Clock
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You gotta hand it to the Japanese for pushing the toy envelope on the commonplace, from beans to bananas. The Gun O'Clock (4,095 yen, $40), timed to launch in Japan on November 15, takes off from the Laser Target Alarm Clock in that you get to pop your gun at the alarm clock just for the satisfaction of shutting it up.

The cool thing here is that every time you pull the trigger and miss, you'll feel the feedback. Plus, there's a choice to make this even more challenging--pick Hard mode to hit the target five times successfully to turn off the alarm. Honestly, though, we don't know if this will help those with anger management issues, or simply trigger them.

(Via Crave Asia)

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