Legend of Zelda Alarm Clock That Plays ‘Link to the Past’ Theme Tune Will Start Your Mornings Off for the Better

Merchoid have come in with a cure for those "getting out of bed on the wrong side" days with the The Legend Of Zelda Hyrule Triforce Alarm Clock

March 11, 2019

We all know what it’s like – weekdays are a pain in the ass. It feels like you’ve only closed your eyes before your alarm clock jolts you awake scaring you half to death and thus starting your day to a bad beginning from the outset – but what if you had the melody from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past to gentle stir you from your sleep? It sure would make those dreaded mornings easier, right?

Thankfully, the good people over at Merchoid are currently selling The Legend Of Time To Save Hyrule Triforce Alarm Clock, which of course is an officially licensed Zelda merchandise, to fans of the Zelda franchise. Other than looking pretty cool which is naturally the most important thing here, the Triforce Alarm Clock is USB powered, has the iconic shape and design of the Triforce in a beautiful rich gold color, and the alarm plays the ‘Link to the Past’ theme tune – what more would you want from an alarm clock? Unfortunately, it doesn’t make you breakfast as well.


If you like the idea of having this on your bedside cabinet, then you can pre-order straight from the Merchoid website for £28.99/$37.80 and this includes free UK shipping, but international shipping still applies. Merchoid states that shipping is due to roll out next month so buyers won’t have too long to wait.

If you already wake up in a good mood but still would love some Zelda merch, Merchoid have plenty of other items in stock that fans may enjoy that include a Zelda messenger bag, Legend of Zelda: Out of the Shadows Sheikah Eye Projection Light, Zelda: Master of the Dungeon T-Shirt and accessories aplenty – the list is endless so you’re bound to find something you’ll love.

While you’re here you may be interested in checking out this photorealistic reimagining of Skulltula in Nate Hallinan’s art of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time‘s iconic enemy – if you don’t like spiders, you might want to skip this one.

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening remaster will be coming to Nintendo Switch exclusively sometime in 2019 but until then, you can pick up the original title on Nintendo 3DS via Amazon.


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