The light intensity of the Sunrise Alarm Clock increases gradually and naturally like a sunrise 15 or 30 minutes prior to your preset alarm time. The light triggers the wake up process of your body naturally, which gives you a far more refreshed and energetic waking up feeling. It uses 72 bright LED light bulbs to simulate natural sunlight.
For the best result, you are suggested to place the sunrise alarm clock on the bedside table close to your pillow.
An innovative digital LED clock display with adjustable brightness
3-Programmed wake up alarm mode settings
An auto repeat of the daily alarm
Power failure back-up
A volume control for alarm loudness.
10 levels of brightness
A snooze function
An adjustable countdown timer with ranges of up to 99 hours 59 minutes
Adjustable luminosity for light therapy uses
Mains Adapter included
Surface is brushed chrome
Size is 16 x 2.8 x 13cm
Alarm Mode 1
The light intensity of the sunrise alarm clock increases gradually and naturally like sunrise 15 minutes prior to your preset wake up time. There are 6 rows of LEDs shown on the display screen and each row will be turned on every 3 minutes in succession starting from the bottom row.
Alarm Mode 2
The unit can also work as an ordinary alarm clock; it simply starts beeping when the preset alarm time arrives. Press any button to activate snooze.
Alarm Mode 3
The light intensity of the sunrise alarm clock increases gradually and naturally like sunrise 30 minutes prior to your preset wake up time. There are 6 rows of LEDs shown on the display screen and each row will be turned on every 6 minutes in succession starting from the bottom row.
Why Blue Light?
Although the light emitted by the sun appears to be white it is actually made up of the full spectrum of colours. This becomes apparent when sunlight shines through rain and it is split into the full spectrum of colours creating a rainbow.
The theory behind conventional Full Spectrum (White Light) light boxes is that they effectively replicate sunshine.
Blue Light Research
No reported side-effects
LED technology allows for adjustable light output (most white light products are not dimmable)
Considerably Smaller products conventional product sizes are dictated by the bulb sizes
Lighter products weight of products are also dictated by the size of bulb and subsequent size of case
Blue v White Light - The science behind the facts
Scientists have discovered that blue alone is more effective than white light. When compared to both white 10,000 lux and white LEDs, blue light was twice as effective. Additionally, by using only 8 lux of blue light, researchers were able to demonstrate the same response compared to 12,000 lux of white light. Eliminating these unnecessary wavelengths increases effectiveness and also significantly reduces overall intensity.