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50% discount on Philips Wake-Up Light 64.99 Philips

£64.99 @ Philips Online Shop UK
half price off! definitely a much more pleasant way to wake up than an alarm clock also great reading light Read More
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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
half price off!

definitely a much more pleasant way to wake up than an alarm clock

also great reading light
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#2
If memory serves me correctly, wasn't there a problem getting replacement bulbs for these (I could be wrong - forgive me, just got something in the back of my head on this product), I've a feeling they may use a 100W incandescent type, or something else that is now very difficult to source. Maybe someone could confirm if there is any issue please.
banned#3
Seems a bit dear for a light/way to wake up!!! Sorry but cold for me.
#4
I posted similiar deal at Boots a few weeks back, and it got an artic reception!
Anyway, I did buy it and it is excellent.
Hope you get some heat.
#5
neilcaldwell
If memory serves me correctly, wasn't there a problem getting replacement bulbs for these (I could be wrong - forgive me, just got something in the back of my head on this product), I've a feeling they may use a 100W incandescent type, or something else that is now very difficult to source. Maybe someone could confirm if there is any issue please.


According to amazon it's a 300 Lux Light Intensity - Energy Saving Bulb
#6
http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-health-and-beauty/Philips/wakeuplight_Range_Chart_big.jpg
#7
Read some reviews online before you buy. Quite a few comments on the light not coming on, resting the timer each night and funny burning smells.
Put me off getting one fromm Argos clearance for £45 the other week.
#8
What's wrong with the Wake-up Sunlight? Is it because that's free?
#9
seems a bit pricey dont think it would wake me up ha ha
#10
has the whole world gone soft , a light that gently wakens you up , heard it all, i want abloody noisy one that forces me to get up to go to work.
maybe this is forthe workshy or students to gently break them into getting upin darkness
#11
desdan
has the whole world gone soft , a light that gently wakens you up , heard it all, i want abloody noisy one that forces me to get up to go to work.
maybe this is forthe workshy or students to gently break them into getting upin darkness


Gadget Show don't think so - but as robot1000 highlighted, it is cheaper from Argos!

http://fwd.five.tv/gadget-show/videos/top-5/top-5-alarm-clocks
#12
i have this and it works perfectly fine. really is nice to wake upto and easy to use/set.
#13
NBEB
i have this and it works perfectly fine. really is nice to wake upto and easy to use/set.


wouldn't work for me, I sleep with my eyes closed. oO
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a6unx
What's wrong with the Wake-up Sunlight? Is it because that's free?


Sure if you want to wake up at 4am in the Summer or 8am in the Winter

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