Gro Clock - Asda instore - £13.80!!!
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Gro Clock - Asda instore - £13.80!!!

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Found 5th Feb 2012
Managed to pick one of the Gro Clocks up from Asda in Morley, Leeds, for just £13.80!!!!

The have great reviews and I know my friends use them and swear by them.

There online price is £23 which to be fair is still cheap compared to some.
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*googles GroClocks*

Aah I see, very clever! Reckon these work for dogs at weekends too? X)
These things are AMAZING! My little one refuses to get out of bed unless the sun's up...which can be a problem when the weekend setting is used on nursery days :-s Great price for it - I'll be telling all my friends who also want sleep about this! Thank you!
Wow...great idea....no more...Is it morning yet? lol
Fantastic price. I rave about this clock to anyone who's child isn't a great sleeper (mine was a night waker = now sorted!)
I'm liking this and I don't even have kids yet! lol
we love ours and so does our son, good price to, we paid about £20 in despiration, buy one now so you're ready, keeps our son in bed until the sun wakes up
£23 in my local Asda. Shame as I would have got one.
£29.99 in Longwell Green, Bristol!
HOT.
I couldnt find this at docklands asda. Is there a way to order online and pick
Great deal - we paid £30 ish for ours and it's worth it!
Thought this was an awful peice of kit... and not just because my kids ignored it. Maybe it was us, but the sun and moon didn't seem to change as they should

EDIT: turns out from looking at the reviews, we may have had a faulty one (the moon face would turn off after a short while)
Edited by: "DTR" 18th Feb 2012
Were there many left in Morley store? Might go down there myself! Great deal!
Nope, still not got a frickin clue what this is, off to google
... ahaa, I see. Whats wrong with the time proven "get back in your own bed or lose your pocket money" method?!?!?
frakison

... ahaa, I see. Whats wrong with the time proven "get back in your own … ... ahaa, I see. Whats wrong with the time proven "get back in your own bed or lose your pocket money" method?!?!?


I think these are probably for kids who aren't yet old enough for pocket Money
I might buy one just to throw at the teenagers to say It isnt time for me to get up yet instead X)
Love this sleep trainer. I got one because my youngest son insisted on getting up way before 5am every day since he was 6 months old. Tried everything I could think of to keep him in bed and quiet and was a little stumped as I have 2 other boys who are great sleepers. Got this when he was about 2 years old (think under 2's would struggle to understand the concept) and it has taken some perserverance (the effect for us was not immediate) but 6 months on he wakes less, calls out less and often sleeps through to 6.30am. Only downsides are its mains connected so you need somewhere safe to plug it in and setting it up is not very intuative. Overall one of the best purchases I have made in a long time. It will be coming on holiday with us at Easter.
That looks amazing! Off to check out Asda now.
Surely this is a wind-up (no pun intended). Since when did children need electronic devices to "train" them when to go to sleep and when to wake up?
rdwarr

Surely this is a wind-up (no pun intended). Since when did children need … Surely this is a wind-up (no pun intended). Since when did children need electronic devices to "train" them when to go to sleep and when to wake up?


most don't but some do. Try a year and a half of sleep deprivation and it will seem like a good idea.

I have 3 boys, 2 sleep well and the 3rd just didnt. His routine was disturbed at 6 months due to illness and this is the only thing that has helped. We have good bedtime routines they all go to sleep well and I tried everything to get him to sleep past 3am but his bodyclock was flawed. He was fully wide awake and even if he stayed in bed until 5am I was getting no sleep as he would call out etc etc. We didnt pander to him or have him in our bed, it was just how he was. Now with this clock and alot of effort his sleeping has improved greatly. 6.30am this morning before he made a sound.
anyone know the EAN for this as my local ASDA is useless
none at asda milton keynes :-(

crabbyapple767

I think these are probably for kids who aren't yet old enough for pocket … I think these are probably for kids who aren't yet old enough for pocket Money ;)I might buy one just to throw at the teenagers to say It isnt time for me to get up yet instead X)



Yeah I know, I was only kidding, I think that a lot of people forget that in days gone many mums stayed at home (and parents didnt NEED a 5bed house with a BMW and an Audi on the drive!!) so sleep wasn't an issue. Things are different now and mums and dads both work, its really hard when you're only getting a few hours of sleep a night and if these things help, I say bring em on!!

As for your comment re teenagers. Mine has a way to go yet but I'm HOPING that come his teenage years I'll be the one pestering him to get out of bed all the time.... I might even get some revenge and sit in his room repeating "is it time to get up yet" for an hour or two
Edited by: "frakison" 18th Feb 2012
rdwarr

Surely this is a wind-up (no pun intended). Since when did children need … Surely this is a wind-up (no pun intended). Since when did children need electronic devices to "train" them when to go to sleep and when to wake up?



Not a wind up. Loads of kids think that if they;ve woken up then it must be time to get up. My little man was a regular 5am riser until we got this. Gradually over the course of a year he now sleeps consistently until 7am. He's always proud and happy when he tells us that he didn't wake up before Mr Sun.

Some parents are just lucky. Another friend always has to get his son out of bed at 8am cos he's still asleep.
Does this work on adults?! x
Its still 30 quid at Gateshead. Is it national?
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