GroClock The Best Child Sleep Trainer and Sleepy Farm Book Was £25.00 Now £7.50 Instore @ Tesco (Mayflower)
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GroClock The Best Child Sleep Trainer and Sleepy Farm Book Was £25.00 Now £7.50 Instore @ Tesco (Mayflower)

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With the Gro-clock you can help children establish and follow a good bedtime routine. The Gro-clock uses a fun ‘stars to sun’ countdown to communicate when to go back to sleep and when it’s time to get up. There’s also an optional digital clock that can be used by older children to learn about the concept of time. Other features include adjustable screen brightness and silent operation, plus a daytime nap mode.

The Gro-clock also comes with a beautifully illustrated bedtime storybook, which helps to encourage children to stay in bed longer. The book can be used in combination with the Gro-clock to help maximise learning. Mains powered
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Good find! @soundwave-28
Was initially gutted as I paid £19.99 for this last week for a present, however still £25 online so chances of me finding are slim, I'll breath again great find for anyone that does come across it though.
Great clock, fantastic price, my two love it but sometimes they get up before the sun!! (we still need to work on that)
Edited by: "PavB" 11th Apr
This has worked well for our little one
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Best thing I ever bought when we had a child waking up to early.
PavB5 h, 46 m ago

Great clock, fantastic price, my two love it but sometimes they get up …Great clock, fantastic price, my two love it but sometimes they get up before the sun!! (we still need to work on that)



You need to be iron fisted about it- 1 minute to, and it's back to bed until the sun comes up (1 minute later). You allow any flex at all and the whole thing falls apart.

This has been excellent for us- especially the sneaky weekend mode where you can get yourself a 30 minute lie in on the sly

The amount of conversations I've had with friends where their kids are up at the crack of dawn is ridiculous. 08:00 all the way for us. Still using it now, and our little one is 6! 4 good years of decent sleep, best money you'll ever spend even at full price.

Only complaint is that even on minimum brightness it's still awfully bright at night. Doesn't seem to disturb our little one but still.
Jules_HT22 h, 53 m ago

You need to be iron fisted about it- 1 minute to, and it's back to bed …You need to be iron fisted about it- 1 minute to, and it's back to bed until the sun comes up (1 minute later). You allow any flex at all and the whole thing falls apart.This has been excellent for us- especially the sneaky weekend mode where you can get yourself a 30 minute lie in on the sly The amount of conversations I've had with friends where their kids are up at the crack of dawn is ridiculous. 08:00 all the way for us. Still using it now, and our little one is 6! 4 good years of decent sleep, best money you'll ever spend even at full price.


You've perfectly summed up my experience of it too.

I'd have thought by now there'd be loads of similar products doing what this does.
This definitely gets the job done, but is a little bit finicky to set (my wife still can't do it!) and it doesn't keep the time when you unplug it (which has caught us out a couple of times).

Anyway, As Jules_HT says, if your child is at the right age (2 or 3 years) then this is a godsend even at full price.
lutin29 m ago

You've perfectly summed up my experience of it too. I'd have thought by …You've perfectly summed up my experience of it too. I'd have thought by now there'd be loads of similar products doing what this does. This definitely gets the job done, but is a little bit finicky to set (my wife still can't do it!) and it doesn't keep the time when you unplug it (which has caught us out a couple of times).Anyway, As Jules_HT says, if your child is at the right age (2 or 3 years) then this is a godsend even at full price.



At least it remembers the time it was unplugged (so if it's only a momentary disconnect it's OK) and what the alarm is set for.

My daughter takes hers to my Mum's when she stays there, and sets it up herself; neither my wife nor Mum know how either
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