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Lumie Bodyclock Active 250 Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Extra Audio Options - Amazon UK Deal of the day £74.95

£74.95 @ Amazon
Best price for many years from Amazon on this Deal of the day. Superb light, perfect for SAD sufferers or anyone who just wants to make getting up each morning that little bit easier. The original… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Best price for many years from Amazon on this Deal of the day.

Superb light, perfect for SAD sufferers or anyone who just wants to make getting up each morning that little bit easier. The original manufacturer of such lights and has replaceable bulb (unlike Phillips ones).

Lumie Bodyclock Active alarm clock wakes you with gradually brightening light, helping you feel refreshed, alert and energised all day.

15-90 minute sunrise and sunset options, doubles as bedside light, nightlight and security light, snooze function, dimmable display.

Audio options include FM radio with digital tuning, alarm, back up beeper, dawn chorus, rooster call, waves and white noise.

Certified Medical Device (class 1) designed and manufactured by Lumie, the inventors of the wake-up light.

Comes with 2 year guarantee.
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#1
Not convinced it's worth 75 quid.
Hopefully it'll help some SAD people 8)
#2
got this in an Amazon deal a couple of years ago... hardly use it now, probably should give it another go. Radio is a bit ropey and the sounds aren't great either but it is very bright
#3
I have one of these but bulb gone
#4
Should be able to get something similar from Aldi for about £20.

£75 seems enough to, ironically, keep you up at night

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