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Philips Wake-up Light Sunrise Sunset Simulation FM Radio Reading Lamp HF3510/01 @ Philips ebay - £70
Philips Wake-up Light Sunrise Sunset Simulation FM Radio Reading Lamp HF3510/01 @ Philips ebay - £70

Philips Wake-up Light Sunrise Sunset Simulation FM Radio Reading Lamp HF3510/01 @ Philips ebay - £70

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Imagine waking up easily and naturally, without having to be jolted awake with the noise of an alarm clock. Philips Wake-up Lights are designed to do just that! Philips Wake-up Light is ideal for anyone who finds it difficult to get up in the morning, especially in the dark winter months. Its gradual sunrise eases you awake, gently and naturally, just like a summer's dawn, and just in case, there's a choice of 3 natural sounds and a built in FM radio, that can switch on at the end of the sunrise to gently complete your wake up routine. As an added feature, there's a Sunset mode too, to help you drift off to sleep naturally too. Wake-up feeling fresh and energetic - just as nature intended!

Generally on sale for around £100

Only difference to HF3520 appears to be that you get 2 more sounds with the HF3520, and it changes from red to yellow rather than just various levels of yellow

I appreciate it is a lot of money for an FM Alarm clock, but it is hopefully useful to someone now that Winter is Coming ...

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£60 here

Original Poster

VDisillusioned

£60 here



That's a different model - you can get that one for £50 from the same ebay seller

Only 200 lux and no radio on the one you linked, plus it doesn't look as good
Edited by: "Macdory" 4th Oct 2016

Would you get a similar effect leaving the curtains open?

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littld

Would you get a similar effect leaving the curtains open?



Probably not from November-February ... depends if you have a job to get up for or not I guess

littld

Would you get a similar effect leaving the curtains open?



Yes, but not during the middle of winter. You may get bird sounds if you open the window though

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The nieghbour leaves her curtains open... I find shining a flash light through has the same effect...we both are get up

Macdory

That's a different model - you can get that one for £50 from the same … That's a different model - you can get that one for £50 from the same ebay sellerOnly 200 lux and no radio on the one you linked, plus it doesn't look as good



My mistake, I don't think I had woken up when I posted

I have an old version of this (lasted me about 9 years I think) They are quality alarm clocks - normally the light is enough to gradually wake me before the audible alarm kicks in. A lot of cash for an alarm clock but mine has proven to be a great purchase

Reviving old thread as deal is still on.. I'm undecided on the lower model £40 one or this £70 one..

£70 is a lot of money for an alarm clock?? I've been using the ones on the phone and they seem to work, unfortunately my new phone occasionally doesn't play ball (permissions etc etc, long story.. Ego making it not reliable).

Then again £40 is already a lot of money for an alarm clock, what's the difference on this one?
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