The Gro Company Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer

Product Features Helps children who are too young to read an ordinary clock to understand when it’s time to get up Glowing screen shows images of stars and sun to communicate sleep and wake up time Stars go out one by one during the night to show the passing of time Key lock option, adjustable

Product Features

  • Helps children who are too young to read an ordinary clock to understand when it’s time to get up
  • Glowing screen shows images of stars and sun to communicate and wake up time
  • Stars go out one by one during the night to show the passing of time
  • Key lock option, adjustable screen brightness
  • Mains powered: Includes UK plug only. Mains Supply Voltage: 230V, 50Hz. Power Unit: 6V at 200mA
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Comments

SWildman says:

Night time light is too bright unless you turn it off, come on Gro you sell the Anywhere Blackout Blind… In short, this is supposed to aid sleep.However as most are pointing out (I didn’t read them), the lowest night time light setting is too bright.My son is used to a dark room, we got this to help with his early rising, however the nighttime blue light has a setting of 0 – 10, 0 being off.Even at 1, is illuminates the room.For a company that sells a black out blind, you would have thought they knew about keeping the room dark.They could easily have lower light…

Simmo says:

… what it says on the tin but its not great. It desperately needs a revision It does what it says on the tin but its not great. It desperately needs a revision:1. Add a battery for battery back up in event the power fails or a child pulls out the lead.2. Add the ability to automatically turn on night time mode at a certain time and lock the buttons. This is a no brainer for a software revision and would make life much better.3. Add support for daylight savings time automatic time changes. This caught us out recently when our kids got…

serena tea says:

Meh.. I had heard fantastic things about this clock working magick..however, the first time we used this with our 2 year old boy, he came tearing into our room at 5 am to let us know he can “make mr. sunshine appear!!” *sigh* Needless to say, if your child can push enough buttons to make the sun come up, it seems fairly useless; think we kept it in hopes it may one day kick in…but how many ever months later it’s been, everyone in the house is still woken by 5:30am 😩

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