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Philips HF3461 Wake Up SAD light Clock Alarm £44.99 IN-STORE only @ Comet

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It's winter time again and the days are getting dark. Anyway, walked into Comet to look for a new tv and noticed that they sold this item in-store only. Just to tell you, they did state it was dis… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
It's winter time again and the days are getting dark. Anyway, walked into Comet to look for a new tv and noticed that they sold this item in-store only.

Just to tell you, they did state it was discontinued stock. I believe this is due to the bulbs i.e. related to the 100W bulb regulation. However, I have brought this and tested it with the new 75W halogen / energy efficient light bulbs (purchased from tesco's - currently £2 for 2) and these work! GREAT!

The Philips HF3461 starts your day in a pleasant way, the light that wakes you naturally. The Wake-up Light wakes you easily and naturally, leaving you with as much energy as on a summer's morning. Drawing on Philips' 100 years of lighting expertise the Philips Wake-up Light has proven health benefits, as certified by the Medical Device Directive.

Light wakes you naturally Light gradually increases over 30 minutes before your set wake up time. Light falls on your eyes and positively affects your energy hormones, preparing your body to wake up. This makes waking up a more pleasant feeling. The Wake-up Light (HF 3461) offers up to 400 Lux light intensity. It has been clinically proven that you need up to 250 Lux to affect energy hormones in such a way that you wake up full of energy. For easy reading, you need a light level of 300 to 400 Lux.

Philips HF3461 Wake-up Light Clock Radio Features:

Quick on/off button
Snooze button for sound and light: 9 minute(s)
Check next morning's light/sound level in 90 sec
Compact design - doubles as a reading light, saving space
Limited bedside table space required (13.5x20 cm)
Electricity back-up function: 5 minute(s)
Anti-slip rubber feet
Proven health benefits supported by Medical Device Directive certificate Light
Wake-up Light bulb with natural daylight spectrum: 100 W
Sunrise simulating process (0-selected intensity): 30 minute(s)
Light for easy reading: 400 Lux at 4050 cm
Light intensity dimmer: 0400 Lux at 4050 cm
Light on/off function
Three natural sounds (morning birds, seashore, pond), Friendly wake-up beep, Your favourite digital FM radio station
Sound off function: Option to mute sound immediately
Premium sound box: 2 W
Digital FM radio Display
Easy-to-read LCD display: 50x50 mm
UV-free: no UV radiation
Display brightness control: Three settings (low, medium, high)
Voltage 230V
Manufacturers warranty
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#1
And thanks to this dictatorship, sorry elected government, bulbs are no doubt no-longer available.
#2
TECHSPEC
And thanks to this dictatorship, sorry elected government, bulbs are no doubt no-longer available.


Without meaning to go OT, how the frack are we going to avoid catastrophic climate change if the most trivial of lifestyle changes causes such idiotic outcry? The free market ain't gonna getcha there.
#3
leighonigar
Without meaning to go OT, how the frack are we going to avoid catastrophic climate change if the most trivial of lifestyle changes causes such idiotic outcry? The free market ain't gonna getcha there.


We stop breeding like RABBITS :whistling:
#4
think this came on the gadget show
#5
Great device, i've got one, helps in those dark winter months. It is an issue that new bulbs will be hard to find, but im sure an alternative can be found as its a standard socket. Bulbs can always be imported of course.
Hot price however! I paid £70 for one off ebay about a year ago.

Hot from me!
#6
Is it just me being cynical or is £45 a lot of money for a clock/timer, a dimmer switch and a 100 watt light bulb?
#7
inicholson
Is it just me being cynical or is £45 a lot of money for a clock/timer, a dimmer switch and a 100 watt light bulb?


With a 100w light bulb that you cant buy no more. So as it's life is only as long as a light bulbs lasts, does seem a heck of a lot o money.
#8
this older model has quite mixed reviews, the newer one has much more positive reviews, they improved the design.
a new model comes out this month, with an ipod dock/charger.
#9
RS2000
With a 100w light bulb that you cant buy no more. So as it's life is only as long as a light bulbs lasts, does seem a heck of a lot o money.


You can still import the bulbs, read an article saying that will still be fine to do.

Is it just me being cynical or is £45 a lot of money for a clock/timer, a dimmer switch and a 100 watt light bulb?


Its a bit more than that, it plays a variety of sounds for the alarms, has a builtin radio and can be used as a side lamp. Its a speciality item so you'll find all devices like this are at the very least £30 for a basic, unknown brand version.
#10
leighonigar
Without meaning to go OT, how the frack are we going to avoid catastrophic climate change if the most trivial of lifestyle changes causes such idiotic outcry? The free market ain't gonna getcha there.


For every energy saving idea forced upon us, the government just builds another airport runway and laughs in our face,

Some people are so gullable. ;-)
#11
TECHSPEC
For every energy saving idea forced upon us, the government just builds another airport runway and laughs in our face,

Some people are so gullable. ;-)


Surely energy saving ideas are ideal if there are other new sources of consumption? To compensate for it? ;)
#12
Brought one of these and can now tell you the bulb thing is no longer a problem. You can now purchase the halogen 75W energy efficient bulbs as a replacement. I purchased these from tesco for £2 for 2.

Great deal.

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