Gro clock £15 (Prime) £18.99 (Non Prime) @ amazon
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Gro clock £15 (Prime) £18.99 (Non Prime) @ amazon

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Found 11th Jan
Been waiting for this to go down, cheapest elsewhere is £20.
3 yr old gets up 6am most days and I'm hoping this might work
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Thanks.
Have just ordered one.
Perfect, was about to order this last night and setup a HUKD alert instead!
Thanks.
Does this work for teenagers who are too lazy to get up
They are great...is more to stop them getting up before you want to so hopeless for teens
clare_julien22 m ago

They are great...is more to stop them getting up before you want to so …They are great...is more to stop them getting up before you want to so hopeless for teens


Supposed to stop little ones waking early. Doesn’t work for mine. Still come in at 6am ready to play
Thanks I was actually going to order it a few days ago glad I waitedXD
Doesn't work on our kids
I have one of these, does depend on the child, but is good as a guide for them to know whether it is morning yet or even close to morning. The really annoying thing is that it has to be plugged into the mains all the time, which isn't always feasible in the vicinity of a cot/bed
I can highly recommend these - they worked well for our kids.
This turned into an expensive night light....
These are great but you have to put some effort in for them to work. Don't expect to plug it in and the kids not to get up. You need to train them to wait. Keep putting them in bed.
I've had partial success with this product but it is the worst timekeeper I've ever seen - the clock slips minutes in a matter of days.
My clock doesn't need any help growing first thing in the morning
markymark3443 m ago

These are great but you have to put some effort in for them to work. Don't …These are great but you have to put some effort in for them to work. Don't expect to plug it in and the kids not to get up. You need to train them to wait. Keep putting them in bed.


This.
Have a 3 year old with sleep issues. One night in with the Gro-Clock and it's going well. Wish us luck!
A good product. You do have to teach your child to get the benefit. My son is proud when he manages to hang on for the sun.
Back to £19.99
Found a much better product which will do the job nicely, it's called a rubber hammer, one whack on the bonce and they are sure to go back to sleep..........
markymark343 h, 3 m ago

These are great but you have to put some effort in for them to work. Don't …These are great but you have to put some effort in for them to work. Don't expect to plug it in and the kids not to get up. You need to train them to wait. Keep putting them in bed.


Agreed, this worked for ours. We treated the clock like 'the law' if clock says its night, its night. The clock is the bad guy who makes the rules. The story that came with it kinda helped too.
This works excellently for my little toddler. She knows not to get up!
bseal19475 h, 10 m ago

Supposed to stop little ones waking early. Doesn’t work for mine. Still c …Supposed to stop little ones waking early. Doesn’t work for mine. Still come in at 6am ready to play


Bribe them
This works really well with ours, it didn't work at first but over time he got used to it. Our son recognises the numbers of stars left, if there are more than half left he'll try to go back to sleep, if it's the last couple he'll wake up but stay in his bedroom and play and not come out unless all stars have gone out.

Ours doesn't lose anytime (in the year or so we've had it) and I like the ability two pre-set two different alarm times. We use one for schooldays and one fore weekends to allow us a slight lie-in!
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