And, in my experience at least, they are not receptive to unsolicited suggestions on how to improve their products.
To err is human, but to really mess things up, you need a computer.
The bedshaker works amazingly well. These breathing machines in any advanced machine reliant reality but the present one would include a standard digital alarm clock with a bedshaker port and bedshaker.
Accomodation for the hard of hearing and deaf is far behind where it should be. I have several bedshaker alarm clocks and they work really well. No matter what depth of sleep you are in they wake you up.
The American Disability Act is a parallel I have heard to similar in nations belonging to the British Commonwealth.
How can it possibly be that since the early mid 1990's - two decades of constant innovation and advancement that something as simple as this has been left out? A machine alarm for a population of people who include a wide range of disabilities that does not include a bedshaker port is unconscionable. This oversight needs to be addressed immediately.
As a deaf person well into the second decade of the 21st century I demand that this be implemented immediately. For the cost of these machines and the population they are designed for this should be a standard option. I am not militant at all just determined. I know I am right.