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    Default Enemalarm and lots of latex

    Not sure if it's the right sub-forum to post this message into. Here's my latest experiments with "enemalarm" (enema-based alarm clock): http://www.likera.com/blog/wp/archives/2928

    During the nature of the "clock", lots of latex involved.

    Let me know what you think.

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    That's quite an extreme way to make you wake up in the mornings

    Personally I'd simplify it by replacing the extra bag & pump with a simple normally-closed solenoid valve that opens when switched on.

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    Quote Originally spoken by jin View Post
    That's quite an extreme way to make you wake up in the mornings
    At least it works in some cases when normal alarm clocks do not ;-)

    Quote Originally spoken by jin View Post
    Personally I'd simplify it by replacing the extra bag & pump with a simple normally-closed solenoid valve that opens when switched on.
    I would totally agree with you if you could point me to a worldwide accessible supplier of those solenoid valves. At least I could not find any :-(

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    The valves used in washing machines which are very cheap (3 brand new from my nearest spares supplier) should be findable anywhere. Or there's any number of industrial process valves which should be just about universal.

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    Very innovative and a cool idea!

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    Quote Originally spoken by jin View Post
    The valves used in washing machines which are very cheap (3 brand new from my nearest spares supplier) should be findable anywhere.
    Is this what you mean?

    http://store.appliancezone.com/servlet/Detail?no=51193
    http://store.appliancezone.com/servlet/Detail?no=47298

    Quote Originally spoken by jin View Post
    Or there's any number of industrial process valves which should be just about universal.
    Any links?

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    I have to ask, though it's entirely off topic: if I did that I'd need about ten metres of tubing to allow for all the rolling about at night. Do you imply by this setup that you fall asleep in one position and wake up exactly the same way?

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    Quote Originally spoken by drgummi View Post
    I have to ask, though it's entirely off topic: if I did that I'd need about ten metres of tubing to allow for all the rolling about at night.
    I think 3 or maximum 4. You do not roll always clockwise or counter clockwise, do you?

    Quote Originally spoken by drgummi View Post
    Do you imply by this setup that you fall asleep in one position and wake up exactly the same way?
    No, but with some rope you can greatly limit your ability to move around ;-)

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    Quote Originally spoken by Like Ra View Post
    Is this what you mean?
    Both of those were double inlet valves, but yes that's the sort of thing.

    Industrial valves can be had from any industrial supplier - companies that supply hydraulics & pneumatics should be able to help or point you in the right direction.

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    Default Re: Enemalarm and lots of latex

    Quote Originally spoken by jin View Post
    Both of those were double inlet valves, but yes that's the sort of thing.

    Industrial valves can be had from any industrial supplier - companies that supply hydraulics & pneumatics should be able to help or point you in the right direction.
    OK, I see. My method is much simpler ;-)

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