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Posted 28th Oct 2018

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Lumie Bodyclock Spark 100 - Wake-up Light Alarm Clock with Sleep Sunset

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I previously had the Bodyclock Starter 30 but wanted a progressive upgrade from the use of halogen bulbs. The LED's are much more energy efficient and provide a softer and more realistic sunrise and sunset lighting patterns.

I use mine every morning and found it has definitely helped me to feel more awake. It also helps my eyes as the room is already lit when I wake.
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Do not buy they are crap. The bulbs don't last 5 minutes and they charged you four times the price for a repackaged bulb lol.
Mr_xx19 m ago

Do not buy they are crap. The bulbs don't last 5 minutes and they charged …Do not buy they are crap. The bulbs don't last 5 minutes and they charged you four times the price for a repackaged bulb lol.


Can’t be that crap. The op seems to like his.
Mr_xx31 m ago

Do not buy they are crap. The bulbs don't last 5 minutes and they charged …Do not buy they are crap. The bulbs don't last 5 minutes and they charged you four times the price for a repackaged bulb lol.



Have to agree. Get one of the Philips ones instead that use LEDs.

EDIT:Nevermind this IS an LED model. I'd still go for a Philips though, they're generally regarded better.
Edited by: "Esux" 28th Oct 2018
This is the newer models with LED's. I agree the older official halogen replacements were expensive but I always opted for a cheaper alternative which worked just fine.
It's an alarm clock with a light!! Oh help me please are people really sucker punched into paying this! 20 quid maybe.
I’ve had one for about 4 years now with the old halogen style bulb and never had to replaced it. It’s only downside was the display was over bright if you don’t set the alarm to turn it off. I’d buy one again tomorrow if it broke.
thecatsasterix28/10/2018 09:53

It's an alarm clock with a light!! Oh help me please are people really …It's an alarm clock with a light!! Oh help me please are people really sucker punched into paying this! 20 quid maybe.



If you suffer with any kind of depression or low mood, you'll be willing to pay and try anything that makes it even just a little bit easier to get up and crack on. That's not to say that I think they work though.
Esux9 m ago

If you suffer with any kind of depression or low mood, you'll be willing …If you suffer with any kind of depression or low mood, you'll be willing to pay and try anything that makes it even just a little bit easier to get up and crack on. That's not to say that I think they work though.


Yea i'd get depression, paying £60 for a light bulb!
I've had one of these for about 20 years from when Lumie were called OutsideIn.... couldn't be without it. Waking in the dark on a winters morning is something I never have to do :-) Also helps me limit how long I read in bed at night (Kindle Paperwhite not helping though so I do need some self control!)
found a very interesting goods in Gearbest:Utorch Wake Up Light Touch Sensor Clock LED Bedside Lamp - ROSE GOLD https://gearbest.app.link/ikNy7lDFnR
Oh and this is under £20
Edited by: "thecatsasterix" 28th Oct 2018
I had a Lumie, but for me I prefer the control I got with a smart bulb. As an alternative, have a look at one of these (Xiaomi Smart bulb) in an up-lighter; around about £14. I use mine every morning at it really helps.
hisqwertyness10 h, 32 m ago

I’ve had one for about 4 years now with the old halogen style bulb and n …I’ve had one for about 4 years now with the old halogen style bulb and never had to replaced it. It’s only downside was the display was over bright if you don’t set the alarm to turn it off. I’d buy one again tomorrow if it broke.


I have this issue. I put my glass of water in front of the time which softens it a bit. I love the light in winter though. Really gets me awake in the morning.
Had one of these for years, love it to bits. No more rude awakenings, just wakes me up gently.
I have the slightly higher speced Bodyclock Luxe 750 (LED) which I paid around £70 for. I've used it for over a year, and the LEDs have been spot on. I like the Lumie and would recommend, but I'm sure Philips would be just as good. Just my input for those querying the LEDs on this
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