Gro Clock - £15.99 (Prime) / £19.98 (non Prime)  Amazon Deal of the Day
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Gro Clock - £15.99 (Prime) / £19.98 (non Prime) Amazon Deal of the Day

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Found 23rd Mar 2017
Parents will already know what this is. Picked up a second one as my second child now getting to the age this might keep her in bed a little longer. Worked a charm with the first one who now wakes up at 6:30 instead of 5AM!

16 quid for an extra hour and a half of sleep every day seems like good value to me!
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A solution to a problem that didn't exist a few years ago and I doubt exists now.

Excellent if it works for your child, didn't work for us though unfortunately.
Nope neither for me. My Little'un just forced himself to wake up if he saw the light on, even if he could have slept more.
superpanda

A solution to a problem that didn't exist a few years ago and I doubt … A solution to a problem that didn't exist a few years ago and I doubt exists now.



​ agreed. needless.
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superpanda

A solution to a problem that didn't exist a few years ago and I doubt … A solution to a problem that didn't exist a few years ago and I doubt exists now.



You could say that about most of the stuff on here!

Fair enough if it doesn't work for you. Worked a treat for us.
My son thought 4:30 am was wake up time. Only thing fixed it was a gro clock. He now waits until 6:00 (don't want to change it further as he goes all night without the toilet.) worked great for us but may not be for everyone.
Amazing but then of course once they hit 15 it's impossible to get them out of bed.
negative comments are so needless, if it's not for you just ignore post! worked great for our grandsons and i want one for my house so thanks op heat added x
no different to inventing technology to address an issue that we don't know is an issue until someone tells us it is.. ( disruptive technologies) or inventing something to address an issue which also causes an issue. e.g. smartphones/snapchat/instagram/facebook/video games/reality TV. in danger of creating a generation that detached from reality or more preoccupied with who's doing what to whom and lacks necessary communication skills to function in a traditional workplace environment.
Very good deal, one of the best kiddy things I've ever bought.
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niceroundpound

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Thank you.
matedodgy

​ agreed. needless.



​Far from it. These work brilliantly.
Works for us, it's a great visual aid to our child that it isn't time to get up and to stay in bed. Sometimes, they play with the teddies, sometimes they will go back to sleep. Either way, if it works or not, for 15 quid it's surely worth a try for a extra hours sleep you may get... every day!
Well-spotted Simonlovell100! If these help toddlers learn some self-discipline and better routine to the day, brilliant! Ignore the cave-dwellers, some modern technology can really help in the upbringing of children. HEAT from me! X)
A young child getting up between 4-5 am and going on to wake up their siblings to start a house party is a problem that has never existed......... said no parents ever.

Great find op. These things work a treat.
adsham

Excellent if it works for your child, didn't work for us though … Excellent if it works for your child, didn't work for us though unfortunately.



​yep same here, hasn't worked for any of ours either.
It works for our daughter and her children. She thinks its wonderful. The younger on, 21/2 now stays in bed and plays until the Gro clock tells him it's get up time.
I wish we'd had this when mine was little. I think it's a brilliant idea and helps children understand order and timing for later life. As an overactive insomniac I'm wondering if I should get one for me! oO
superpanda

A solution to a problem that didn't exist a few years ago and I doubt … A solution to a problem that didn't exist a few years ago and I doubt exists now.


out of curiosity, do you have kids? and if so, what time did they rise?
Purchased!
We got one of these for our son who was getting up before 6am demanding breakfast. It really did the trick to help him understand when it was time to get up. I would recommend it to anyone who's child needs a bit of help knowing when to get up.
I bought this and the lock feature does not work . Amazon replaced and the same again . Do they have a faulty batch . Great clock still use it for my oldest . But need the lock feature to work so they don't fiddle. Have had to send both back sadly
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