Lumie Bodyclock Starter 30 Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock £39.99 @iwantoneofthose.com
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Lumie Bodyclock Starter 30 Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock £39.99 @iwantoneofthose.com

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Found 25th Nov
2841233.jpgCheapest in the market!



Lumie Bodyclock is the original wake-up light, also called a dawn simulator. It wakes you gradually with increasing natural light. This is a signal for your body to ease production of sleep hormones (e.g. melatonin) and increase those that help you get up and go (e.g. cortisol). Wake-up lights help to keep your sleep cycle on track, boosting mood, energy and productivity levels all day.

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Really want one of these (or any make) but they are just too expensive 😔

Haylhoo4 m ago

Really want one of these (or any make) but they are just too expensive …Really want one of these (or any make) but they are just too expensive 😔



This is a good price for this model so heat to the OP but if you wanted a cheaper one that does the same job search light up alarm on amazon - some decent ones for about £25.

Like I say heat to OP though - I have this one and the negative thing is that it only has one ring alert for the alarm - it certainly wakes you up!

I've got this model and it does a great job of waking me up. I use a different alarm clock but don't usually need it as I'm already wide awake. £39.99 is a great price.

Great price, I love mine

Jackdaws13 m ago

I've got this model and it does a great job of waking me up. I use a …I've got this model and it does a great job of waking me up. I use a different alarm clock but don't usually need it as I'm already wide awake. £39.99 is a great price.


It took me about three years to think of using a different device to make the alarm sound and just use this for the light!!

jig24808 m ago

It took me about three years to think of using a different device to make …It took me about three years to think of using a different device to make the alarm sound and just use this for the light!!



I have the alarm clock set for a few minutes after I should have got up, just incase.... I also like the idea of having something battery powered incase of a powercut. It very rarely gets to go off.

Thanks! Having a browse just now, IWOOT seem to have a lot of good offers

smile.amazon.co.uk/AMI…ock

Got one similar to this from Amazon for the wife a short while ago. I think I paid around £20 for it.
The wife is really happy with it.
This one is £15.99, but need to spend £20 for free delivery if not on prime.
Hell of a lot cheaper than the one in the post.

Very good product. Couldn't be without one now. Improves quality of morning sleep dramatically.

Do these actually work as apposed to sleeping with the curtains open

moneychop30 m ago

Do these actually work as apposed to sleeping with the curtains open



Sleeping with curtains open only works when sunrise is the time you want to get up :-)

jig248017 h, 57 m ago

This is a good price for this model so heat to the OP but if you wanted a …This is a good price for this model so heat to the OP but if you wanted a cheaper one that does the same job search light up alarm on amazon - some decent ones for about £25.Like I say heat to OP though - I have this one and the negative thing is that it only has one ring alert for the alarm - it certainly wakes you up!


Yeah the alarm alert is very harsh and wakes the street up, however with it turned off and a backup alarm on my phone it's a nicer way to wake up.

shalton6 h, 20 m ago

https://smile.amazon.co.uk/AMIR-Simulation-Multi-Functional-4-Brightness-Playroom/dp/B01K4C0D1Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1511676269&sr=8-1&keywords=wake+up+alarm+clockGot one similar to this from Amazon for the wife a short while ago. I think I paid around £20 for it.The wife is really happy with it.This one is £15.99, but need to spend £20 for free delivery if not on prime.Hell of a lot cheaper than the one in the post.



I have one of those. It's helped a bit, but at the same time it's not kicking out a lot of light. It's certainly nothing like sunrise, or even a normal lightbulb - it's more like a weak bedside lamp.

For comparison, the Lumie one has 8x the light output.
Edited by: "arfster" 26th Nov

Wouldn't mind one of these, but don't fancy paying £40 for it... Also not sure if I can trust one of the cheaper generic re-branded ones off of Amazon.

Heat 'cause it's a good price for this specific model.

arfster6 h, 13 m ago

I have one of those. It's helped a bit, but at the same time it's not …I have one of those. It's helped a bit, but at the same time it's not kicking out a lot of light. It's certainly nothing like sunrise, or even a normal lightbulb - it's more like a weak bedside lamp.For comparison, the Lumie one has 8x the light output.


My wifes one seems fine. If it is within a couple of feet from where you are lying, I don't think you need a spotlight in your face.
I have never woke up with sunlight that bright, normally wake up long before that.

shalton1 h, 7 m ago

My wifes one seems fine. If it is within a couple of feet from where you …My wifes one seems fine. If it is within a couple of feet from where you are lying, I don't think you need a spotlight in your face.I have never woke up with sunlight that bright, normally wake up long before that.



It's certainly fine if you're on your side, looking at it - plenty bright enough then. The thing is, how often do you sleep at such a convenient angle? The indirect light if you don't is fairly minimal, like a little bedsight lamp.

The idea of the Lumie-type ones is basically lighting up the whole room. They have a proper halogen bulb in them, equivalent to a 60W old style bulb.
Edited by: "arfster" 26th Nov

My partner brought one of these with him when we moved in together and now I really notice the difference when we are away. They are brilliant bits of kit!

arfster10 h, 1 m ago

It's certainly fine if you're on your side, looking at it - plenty bright …It's certainly fine if you're on your side, looking at it - plenty bright enough then. The thing is, how often do you sleep at such a convenient angle? The indirect light if you don't is fairly minimal, like a little bedsight lamp.The idea of the Lumie-type ones is basically lighting up the whole room. They have a proper halogen bulb in them, equivalent to a 60W old style bulb.


All I can say is that it was what my wife wanted and it works for her. She even has to turn it off early because from total darkness to having the sunrise it gets to a point where it is too bright for her.

Been looking at this for a while...


Just seen this one below which is cheaper and better reviews. Can anyone tell me if its worth paying more for the Lumie one? Is there a big difference?

amazon.co.uk/GLI…ock
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