The Ramos alarm clock is curently on my watch list once it becomes commercial -- as when Winter sets in, most of my alarm clocks end up broken, or I become immune to the call.
What makes this different? It forces you out of your warm, cosy nest to another part of the house, where you must input a code to quieten it.
The alarm comes in two sections; the standard, wooden alarm, and an accompanying, separate keypad which can be hung up in any area of the house you like.
The Kickstarter campaign managed to reach $153,585 in funding, based on a $75,000 goal.