"Good Morning Buddy" Newest Alarm Clock from NICI
Jakarta, 9 October 2012 - The term 'sleep like a baby' is synonymous with any child when they are asleep. However, most of the time it is difficult to wake them up from their sleep, especially in the morning. For mothers and fathers, you no longer have to worry about this problem, because NICI offers the perfect solution through its latest collection. The "Good Morning Buddy", an alarm clock which comes in the form of a Cuddly Soft Dalmatian will be available exclusively at METRO Department Stores early November 2012.
This adorable Dalmatian alarm clock will yawn and wiggle its ears once the alarm is activated. Then he closes his eyes by covering them with his ears and begins to snore for a few seconds before he finally falls asleep.  "Good Morning Buddy" awakes with singing the song‚ "Who Let the Dogs Out" and dance for 20 seconds when the alarm is on. Guaranteing that your little one will wake up with a smile! In addition this cute alarm clock is also made from high quality materials which makes it safe for your child to cuddle with while they are sleeping.  It is also convenient as it is battery operated.
The 40cm plush as well as an alarm clock are priced at Rp 639,000 and will be available exclusively at METRO Department Stores early November 2012. Put a smile on your little one when they wake up through the singing and dancing of  the “Good Morning Buddy“ Dalmatian alarm clock.
About NICI

NICI was founded in Germany in 1986. The name NICI signifies highest quality, safety and appealing designs. NICI products are safe tested for children and will not cause allergies. The uniqueness of NICI is in its handcrafted details.
In Indonesia, NICI is exclusive to PT Metropolitan Retailmart, the company which manages METRO Department Store. NICI was initially introduced in December 2009 and is available in all METRO stores in Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya and Makassar.
For more information,
please contact :
Ritzy Revianti
Public Relations Executive
021-7507018 / 75998000 ext. 3515