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Lumie Sunrise Alarm - Sunrise Wake-up Alarm, Sunset Sleep Feature, Sounds & Mood Lighting £29.99 delivered with code @ Zavvi
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Lumie Sunrise Alarm - Sunrise Wake-up Alarm, Sunset Sleep Feature, Sounds & Mood Lighting £29.99 delivered with code @ Zavvi

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Posted 9th May
Cracking price for this. Elsewhere it's around £40 to £50.
  • SUNRISE - A smooth sunrise starts 30 minutes before your alarm time and slowly brightens to wake you gently.
  • SOUNDS - Add a beep or one of 5 natural sounds as an optional extra alarm. Snooze allows an extra 5 minutes.
  • SUNSET - Also has a 30-minute dimming sunset that can be used to relax at bedtime. Display can be high, low or off at night.
  • LIGHTING - Warm white light for the sunrise and sunset plus 6 colours to suit your mood: green, red, blue, pink, orange, light blue.
  • 3-YEAR WARRANTY - From Lumie, the light therapy specialist that invented wake-up lights.
3460048.jpg3460048.jpgPress the sunrise alarm button before you go to sleep. The sunrise starts 30 minutes before your alarm time and slowly brightens to wake you gently when the light is at its brightest. Sunrise Alarm offers a more natural way to wake up and gets you off to a great start.
3460048.jpgSunrise Alarm is not just for waking up, it also has a dimming sunset that can be used to relax at bedtime.Press the sunset button and the bedside light will slowly fade over 30 minutes and then turn off. The fading light also acts as a gentle reminder not to read for too long!
3460048.jpgAs well as the standard beep, Sunrise Alarm has 5 authentic nature sounds: blackbird, osprey, goats, tree frog, purring kitten.Set the alarm volume to suit or choose 0 volume to wake with the sunrise only.
3460048.jpgSunrise Alarm has three display brightness settings: off, low or high. Press the display button on the back of the clock to have it low or off when you're ready to sleep.
3460048.jpgUsing Sunrise Alarm should mean you wake full of get-up-and-go... but there's also a snooze button for when you just fancy a bit longer in bed.The sunrise and any wake sound sound will repeat after 5 minutes.
3460048.jpgSunrise Alarm uses warm white light for the brightening sunrise and dimming sunset. The 10 light levels also provide dimmable bedside lighting. In addition, there are 6 colourful options for mood lighting plus a setting that cycles slowly through all the colours.
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Be great if I didn't already have 2 kids and a baby to wake me up. #itsahardlife #ijustwantalayin
endofdays09/05/2020 21:32

I hope it works well because it's certainly not much of a looker!


Pretty sure my ex said the same thing to me...
danny.kerr09/05/2020 19:18

Be great if I didn't already have 2 kids and a baby to wake me up. Be great if I didn't already have 2 kids and a baby to wake me up. #itsahardlife #ijustwantalayin



I feel your pain. 2 kids and 3 cats here.
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Be great if I didn't already have 2 kids and a baby to wake me up. #itsahardlife #ijustwantalayin
danny.kerr09/05/2020 19:18

Be great if I didn't already have 2 kids and a baby to wake me up. Be great if I didn't already have 2 kids and a baby to wake me up. #itsahardlife #ijustwantalayin



I feel your pain. 2 kids and 3 cats here.
5 year old and 22 month old here ... slowly going mental 😪😪😪😪
Does anyone know if this is this battery or mains operated please?
moomoomeemee09/05/2020 20:42

Does anyone know if this is this battery or mains operated please?


Mains operated. It uses a very bright bulb that simply wouldn't function with batteries.
I hope it works well because it's certainly not much of a looker!
endofdays09/05/2020 21:32

I hope it works well because it's certainly not much of a looker!


Pretty sure my ex said the same thing to me...
The Lenovo Google alarm clock also has a "sunrise" feature where the screen brightens gradually. It worked so well for me when I had to get up for a job (remember those days?) that my Lumie is now unplugged.
Posted this to a previous phillips thread:

I got this one from amazon before christmas, amazon.co.uk/Ala…7WY Its got all of the above functions plus it has a Battery backup, Radio, Different colour light settings (I use red before bed as it's easier on the eyes) It has some wakeup sounds too but I find them a little loud. The clock light can be fully turned off! (I hate having little light sources on at night!) It has a sunset simulation as well. Good for a quick read before bed with reducing light levels to help get you sleepy. Honestly, I found the lumie and Phillips ones too expensive for what they are. As for the effectiveness, it was brilliant all winter, I was dubious at first but I woke up feeling great most days and before my alarm went off on my phone.

Just as cheap but with a radio wakeup and a battery backup so no need to worry about power outages. If anyone still has those
Edited by: "CalpolSixplus" 11th May
I’ve had one of these since October last year, it’s definitely helped me nod off quicker and definitely helped with waking up, highly recommended
TBH these are not as good as they sound

I have an older German sunrise alarm which is so much better functionally, but no longer made.

1. The sunrise feature is pre-set at 30 mins before alarm sounds, which IMHO is too long, as the light can wake you depending on your sleep pattern, then you are awake up to 30 mins before you need to be !! 10-15 mins is a better sunrise off-set

2. The snooze function is crazy - when snooze is used both alarm sound and light are turned off, then after snooze duration, both come back on instantly! So after being woken gently to a increasing light level, the room is plunged back into darkness, then 5 mins later, back into full brightness, no the best thought out system. My old German alarm keeps the sunrise light on, and only silences the alarm sound - much better solution
Anyone know how these compare to the Philips ones with the 'SAD lamp' bulbs?
Seems a lot, there are plenty similar on amazon for less. I got mine (with inbuilt radio) for about £25 a couple of years ago. Got to be honest I only use it as a clock now, my Echo has superseded all the other functions and the light feature was a bit so so
elitom12/05/2020 08:03

TBH these are not as good as they soundI have an older German sunrise …TBH these are not as good as they soundI have an older German sunrise alarm which is so much better functionally, but no longer made.1. The sunrise feature is pre-set at 30 mins before alarm sounds, which IMHO is too long, as the light can wake you depending on your sleep pattern, then you are awake up to 30 mins before you need to be !! 10-15 mins is a better sunrise off-set2. The snooze function is crazy - when snooze is used both alarm sound and light are turned off, then after snooze duration, both come back on instantly! So after being woken gently to a increasing light level, the room is plunged back into darkness, then 5 mins later, back into full brightness, no the best thought out system. My old German alarm keeps the sunrise light on, and only silences the alarm sound - much better solution


Agreed, these are very fiddly to use and 30 mins is too early - it's not exactly a subtle light to start with either ! When I used mine (don't anymore) I set the alarm on it for 15 minutes later than my get up time and used my Echo as the actual sound alarm
Be cautious of these if you can't change the bulb/LEDs. I had the well-known Philips one, which was very good. Then the light stopped working and only then did I see the tiny writing on the base saying it's not possible to replace the light. I ignored that and unscrewed the entire thing only to find that - yep - it is an LED light soldered on a circuit board that you definitely can't just buy off the shelf. After much searching online I ended up having to bin the whole thing. Seems ridiculous and a shocking increase in landfill to have to bin an entire device just because I can't replace the light.
got one of these at Christmas, present... 2 weeks I DISMANTLED AND NOW SITTING IN SHED..

Vote cold
LP22RP1012/05/2020 13:44

got one of these at Christmas, present... 2 weeks I DISMANTLED AND NOW …got one of these at Christmas, present... 2 weeks I DISMANTLED AND NOW SITTING IN SHED..Vote cold


Why dismantle?
These are great for early trips to the airport (it will happen again) or for any reason you have to get up when it's still dark (work in winter, shift work etc).
Lidl do a Silentnight rip-off of this, usually around October time.
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