Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock HF3520/01 ...

Product Features Clinically proven to work with radio function and 5 natural sounds The Wake-up Light eases you into the day by re-creating a natural sunrise 7 minutes battery back-up to keep time and alarm on during short power outages Five different natural wake-up sounds for a pleasant wake-up experience Sunset function helps you fall

Product Features

  • Clinically proven to work with and 5 natural sounds
  • The Wake-up eases you into the day by re-creating a natural
  • 7 minutes battery back-up to keep time and on during short power outages
  • Five different natural wake-up sounds for a pleasant wake-up experience
  • Sunset function helps you fall asleep by gradually decreasing light and sound and product dimensions-19.2(height)x19.9(diameter)x14.6(depth)cm
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Matt says:

Nice bit of kit I’ve been putting off writing a review because I wanted to be sure of my opinion.My previous alarm clock was a bog standard £25 Philips one. It was a no frills item and did the job. However I HATE getting out of bed on a morning. I’m one of these people that has 8 alarms set on my mobile phone (that is hidden across the bedroom so I have to physically get out of bed to silence it) along with alarms set on my alarm clock.I’d recently managed to kill my old alarm clock…

Elle. F says:

No more panicking upon waking & doubles up as an S.A.D light I like this light/ alarm clock a lot. I am no longer startled in the mornings by an alarm screeching at me to wake up. Instead the light wakes me up gently and the first time I used it I said I woke up like a disney princess. I actually wanted to get out of bed!The light starts slowly building up before your alarm goes off and your chosen sound will play** at the actual time your alarm is set for. Mostly I wake up earlier than my alarm because of the light, but I can wake up just as…

DangerMouse says:

Good light but don’t expect anything more It’s my first wake-up light and it seems to be excellent at that function. However, it also seems a little antiquated in some of its limitations.1. There is no battery backup so if power goes out it loses the time.2. There is no 7-day schedule, so if you want to get up later on a Sunday you have to set it every Saturday night, then set it back again every Sunday night (it will remember 2 wake-up times).3. The built-in sounds are good, but they’re just sound files. Why…

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