With a perfumed capsule placed into the "SensorWake," the clock can then wake people up at a programmed time, by diffusing the capsule's scent.
Starting with a retail price of 109 euros ($119), the gadget hopes to get itself off the ground with its Kickstarter campaign, launched yesterday at 4am ET, having already proved a success by generating 20,134 euros ($21,830) in the first five hours.
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There are currently 12 flavors available, from peach and peppermint, to more exotic smells of the seaside and US dollars, yet, creator of SensorWake, 18 year old Guillaume Rolland, told CNBC they hope to add more scent packages in the near future. Those who want to wake up to the smell of cold hard cash however, will have to pledge on the Kickstarter page.
The team collaborated with Swiss fragrance manufacturer, Givaudan, to make the scents smell as "authentic" as possible.