The Gro Company Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer £13.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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The Gro Company Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer £13.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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Knew about potty training never knew Sleep needs training. One learns something everyday.
I suggest - not to buy.

@ZazZYo - if you like your child to know when to wake up/sleep - this is great - if she sees Sun - it means time to wake, if not - please stay asleep, your parents programmed it that way.
Without it - the child can take action into her own hands.
The downside of this clock - you need everyday to activate it. Quite stuip.
Paid around £20 for mine about 3yrs ago. It’s been worth every penny. My daughter is now 5 and we still use it - even take it on holiday with us! Great price!
These are absolutely awesome, no other word for it. Our little girl (now 7) immediately started going to bed when she was supposed to and didn't get up after head down, once she started using this. Again, in the morning she did not get out of bed til the sun said she could. No hassles, no crying, just assisted self management by the child. She'd ask for the clock to be set when she was little, then as she got older set (and even programmed it!!) herself. If you want your child get up earlier and earlier each morning as summer rolls in each year (year after year), and not be able to explain at 04:30 to a young child that doesn't understand, why it is still night time, you crack on. Glad we didn't have to though.

This is the greatest parenting invention in the world, without doubt. Better than breast pumps, trunkys, baby monitors, the lot. At any price is a bargain.

Particualrly like the "weekend" feature where you can stick a sneaky extra half an hour on the moon and get a bit of a lie in.

Only complaint is that even on minimum the blue at night is still too bright. Didn't seem to bother our girl, but literally it lit up most of upstairs at night, and that's not right.
Edited by: "Jules_HT" 18th Jul
Good price, fantastic product. I only paid £1 more than this anyway though, it was this price for months prior to us purchasing.

Wonder how many Amazon products were reduced in this way for Prime Day...?
Another one who would heartily recommend this product, 4 year old still uses it. Those who haven't used it might knock it, carry on.
lawpower8 h, 37 m ago

The downside of this clock - you need everyday to activate it. Quite stuip.


That is also true
DominicPTS3 h, 1 m ago

Another one who would heartily recommend this product, 4 year old still …Another one who would heartily recommend this product, 4 year old still uses it. Those who haven't used it might knock it, carry on.


My 7 year old (and 5 year old) still use it!
It's definitely a product where if you haven't tried it, you'll knock it, but anyone I know who has tried it, loves it.

I'd also agree with comments on the ease of use. The actual idea is better than the execution - my wife still can't set the time on it!.
I wish Gro (or someone else) would come out with a version that's easier to use.
Our kid found it pointless.
He just ignored it, and woke up and went about his business.

Tried it, found it useless. Great if it worked for yours, though.
solid5 h, 28 m ago

Our kid found it pointless.He just ignored it, and woke up and went about …Our kid found it pointless.He just ignored it, and woke up and went about his business.Tried it, found it useless. Great if it worked for yours, though.


Ours did that at first as well. He eventually realised though that it was pointless getting up before the sun came up on the clock.
lutin14 h, 48 m ago

Ours did that at first as well. He eventually realised though that it was …Ours did that at first as well. He eventually realised though that it was pointless getting up before the sun came up on the clock.


Our kid just realised that if he woke up early, he had telly all to himself
solid2 h, 19 m ago

Our kid just realised that if he woke up early, he had telly all to himself


Yeah, I do think there is a sweet spot for introducing it to your kid. Like if we were to introduce it now (when the child is 6 or 7) I think we'd be laughed out of it as they're already a bit too independent. I think we did it when our first was 3 and wasn't yet able or willing to go downstairs by himself.
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