Philips Wake-up light (Free P&P) £56  -   Philips
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Philips Wake-up light (Free P&P) £56 - Philips

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Found 27th Dec 2017
** 1st post so go easy on me **

I’ve been looking for one of these recently and seems a good price from normal RRP £140. Couldn’t see it posted elsewhere.

Philips Wake-up light:
Coloured Sunrise Simulation
5 Natural Sounds
FM radio and Reading lamp
Tap Snooze

Edit: Thanks ellenw for 20% code: ASPDEC20 bringing price down to £56. 13% cash back also bringing price to £48.72
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£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun salute for that much.

I'd say that was going remarkably easy on you, considering you're touting a seventy quid light bulb.


Thanks for posting.
Edited by: "Adult" 27th Dec 2017
£56 with code ASPDEC20. £52.50 if you sign up to Newsletter 25% code.
Add UPS Express delivery £5.99 no extra charge
Edited by: "ellenw" 27th Dec 2017
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Looks okay, have some heat
£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun salute for that much.

I'd say that was going remarkably easy on you, considering you're touting a seventy quid light bulb.


Thanks for posting.
Edited by: "Adult" 27th Dec 2017
ITMA10 m ago

£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun …£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun salute for that much.I'd say that was going remarkably easy on you, considering you're touting a seventy quid light bulb. Thanks for posting.


Weird how some people have such strong views about the most innocuous of things...
Does anyone remember normal lightbulbs?
ITMA22 m ago

£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun …£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun salute for that much.I'd say that was going remarkably easy on you, considering you're touting a seventy quid light bulb. Thanks for posting.


It's pricey alright, but that's doesn't mean it's a bad deal of you want one
HF3520 is the next model up. The HF3510 was £50.
I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago for £50
Try using the code DECDM18 for 18% off and also TCB is pretty decent. I used that code yesterday to get an air fryer.
RRP £140 ?????
£56 with code ASPDEC20. £52.50 if you sign up to Newsletter 25% code.
Add UPS Express delivery £5.99 no extra charge
Edited by: "ellenw" 27th Dec 2017
I bought one last year for around £70, it’s a cracking light, and better quality than the Lumie it replaced.
Have some heat
I have one of these and paid silly money, but I found it way too complicated to operate so it's still in the box ...
Who on earth require a £140 light to wake them up?
ITMA5 h, 11 m ago

£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun …£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun salute for that much.I'd say that was going remarkably easy on you, considering you're touting a seventy quid light bulb. Thanks for posting.


I think the idea is to wake up more easily...not with a heart attack! 😊
ellenw3 h, 20 m ago

£56 with code ASPDEC20. £52.50 if you sign up to Newsletter 25% code.Add U …£56 with code ASPDEC20. £52.50 if you sign up to Newsletter 25% code.Add UPS Express delivery £5.99 no extra charge



How do we get the newsletter code?
Bought one last winter and highly recommend. I personally battle with getting out of bed every morning & especially in winter when it is still dark. The light naturally wakes me up so its not a total shock when the alarm goes off. Also great for reading or having light in the room before going to bed as it can be set to low light compared to room lights just being on or off.

Honestly for £60 when you consider it should last at least a few years is a good price for a good quality alarm clock. Radio audio is perfectly fine (it's no bose - it's not trying to be though)
Agreed that it would be nice that it had a battery of some sort in case of a power cut. I personally always have an alarm on my phone too, this is more because I tend to snooze/turn off alarms in my sleep so it is always good to have a backup.

If you battle from SAD or the general shock of waking up when it is still dark I would highly recommend this lamp. (I paid £75 a year ago and would pay that again.)
I've got the the model down (the one with the crap sounding bird effect) Is it worth upgrading?
daveconroy35328 h, 10 m ago

I have one of these and paid silly money, but I found it way too …I have one of these and paid silly money, but I found it way too complicated to operate so it's still in the box ...


I'll give you 20 quid for it?
trickytree198449 m ago

I'll give you 20 quid for it?


Nah, will likely ebay it in the new year as basically new/open boxed ...
ITMA27th Dec

£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun …£70 are you joking? I'd expect to wake up with a marching band and 21-gun salute for that much.I'd say that was going remarkably easy on you, considering you're touting a seventy quid light bulb. Thanks for posting.


I'd say you're missing the point of this site entirely as it is sitting at 60% off retail.
digitalabacus35 m ago

I'd say you're missing the point of this site entirely as it is sitting at …I'd say you're missing the point of this site entirely as it is sitting at 60% off retail.


I was asking £300 (The RRP, or retail price) for a photo of my perineum. However, despite the steady demand I'm now offering that picture at 70% off as part of my seasonal promotion.

Try to to get too giddy with the thrill of the saving and tell me again how this site works, I seem not to have grasped your point.
Edited by: "Adult" 28th Dec 2017
ITMA15 m ago

I was asking £300 (The RRP, or retail price) for a photo of my perineum. …I was asking £300 (The RRP, or retail price) for a photo of my perineum. However, despite the steady demand I'm now offering that picture at 70% off as part of my seasonal promotion.Try to to get too giddy with the thrill of the saving and tell me again how this site works, I seem not to have grasped your point.


I'll wait till 80% discount. Then I'm in!
ITMA1 h, 28 m ago

I was asking £300 (The RRP, or retail price) for a photo of my perineum. …I was asking £300 (The RRP, or retail price) for a photo of my perineum. However, despite the steady demand I'm now offering that picture at 70% off as part of my seasonal promotion.Try to to get too giddy with the thrill of the saving and tell me again how this site works, I seem not to have grasped your point.


Almost humourous and verging on clever, but your male chin rest will always be in less demand and have less uses than a lamp/radio/alarm clock gadgety thingy. A good deal is a good deal, no one said you had to buy, hence my overwhelming reluctance to pull the trigger on your promotion.
Ordered 27/12. Still not shipped.
achusa19 h, 44 m ago

Ordered 27/12. Still not shipped.


I just had my parcel shipped email 30 mins ago. Better late than never! Looking forward to getting it 😊
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