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Reduced from £105, this is perfect for beating those winter blues.

  • Coloured sunrise simulation for a natural wake up
  • Choice of 2 natural wake-up sounds
  • Choice of 10 different light intensities
  • Tap snooze for 9 more minutes of sleep
  • Brightness of display adjuststable to personal preference
  • Reading lamp and built-in FM radio

Wake up with light, feeling more refreshed with a Wake-up Light that wakes you up naturally

Choice of 2 different natural wake-up sounds
At your set wake up time a natural sound will play to complete the wake up experience and ensure you are awake. The selected sound gradually increases in volume to your selected level within one and a half minutes. There are two natural bird sounds you can choose from.

Bedside light with 10 light settings
The sensitivity to light differs per person. In general, when using a higher light intensity a person needs less time to become fully awake. The 10 light intensities of the Wake-up light can be personalised and even set up to 200 lux.

Sunrise Simulation wakes you gradually
Inspired by nature's sunrise, light gradually increases within 30 minutes until your room is filled with bright yellow light. This process of changing an increasing light stimulates your body to wake up naturally. By the time light has filled the room your chosen natural sound completes the wake up experience, leaving you ready for the day ahead.

Colour flow of sunrise
Bright YellowThe light of the sunrise simulation moves from Yellow to bright Yellow.
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I've been using one of these (not this model) for years - it's a godsend in the winter months.

Nothing worse than being suddenly jolted awake in the dark by a full volume radio and then switching on a full brightness light.

If mine broke, I'd replace it tomorrow.
Edited by: "Nealio" 29th Oct
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I'm gonna try one of these. Keep coming back to them. Thanks for adding.
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I tried this, and hated it, thought it was crap.
MJtayloronline29/10/2019 20:08

I tried this, and hated it, thought it was crap.


Really? What was wrong with it? Asking since I am tempted to get it myself and reviews are decent enough.
I've been using one of these (not this model) for years - it's a godsend in the winter months.

Nothing worse than being suddenly jolted awake in the dark by a full volume radio and then switching on a full brightness light.

If mine broke, I'd replace it tomorrow.
Edited by: "Nealio" 29th Oct
emlin29/10/2019 20:10

Would you care to explain why?


It just didn't really make any difference to my morning wake up. It also didn't always wake me up, so I had to rely on my phone.
Nealio29/10/2019 20:11

I've been using one of these (not this model) for years - it's a godsend …I've been using one of these (not this model) for years - it's a godsend in the winter months.Nothing worse than being suddenly jolted awake in the dark by a full volume radio and then switching on a full brightness light.If mine broke, I'd replace it tomorrow.


Thats true. The full lights when switched on from pitch darkness in winter is awful!
MJtayloronline29/10/2019 20:12

It just didn't really make any difference to my morning wake up. It also …It just didn't really make any difference to my morning wake up. It also didn't always wake me up, so I had to rely on my phone.


But it has an alarm as well. Did you not set that on and rely only on the light itself? Also, are you a heavy sleeper?
Dark_Destroyer129/10/2019 20:14

But it has an alarm as well. Did you not set that on and rely only on the …But it has an alarm as well. Did you not set that on and rely only on the light itself? Also, are you a heavy sleeper?


I'm a very heavy sleeper, so probably doesn't help.
The alarm would work, but it's horrendously sharp! So preferred my phone.
MJtayloronline29/10/2019 20:16

I'm a very heavy sleeper, so probably doesn't help. The alarm would work, …I'm a very heavy sleeper, so probably doesn't help. The alarm would work, but it's horrendously sharp! So preferred my phone.


The radio probably serves as an alarm too. So maybe you could try having that go on instead at a low volume
I know it’s not the same thing but if you have hue colour bulbs you can set them to do the same gradual wake up. I’ve set it up on a floor lamp in the corner and it’s great.
Would this be a more prudent investment as a first light alarm rather than buying the Lidl/Aldi one? Not interested in the radio aspect.
Thank you. Was thinking of getting one for my husband. Perfect timing and seems like a good price to try the product.
Save yourself a fortune and get the homeland version of this on amazon for 7.99...

hOmeLabs Sunrise Alarm Clock - Digital LED Clock with 6 Colour Switch and FM Radio for Bedrooms - Multiple Nature Sounds Sunset Simulation & Touch Control - With Snooze Function for Heavy Sleepers amazon.co.uk/dp/…FWY
Fyi, this is the entry level model and has been MUCH cheaper in the past - there are two models higher and the highest one should be this much money
Dark_Destroyer129/10/2019 20:17

The radio probably serves as an alarm too. So maybe you could try having …The radio probably serves as an alarm too. So maybe you could try having that go on instead at a low volume



The radio is really low quality and it's got a long wire as an aerial. Personally, I don't like the style, a circle tilited back at an angle of about 20 degrees
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