Philips Wake-Up Light

The Philips Wake-Up Light series might be the smartest clock in the world. But it’s got some flaws. First of all, to turn the alarm off you have to push more than one button. When you’ve just woken up, it might be hard to do that. It also takes a lot of time to get used to the sun pattern. Change the settings around so you wake up at the right time. It doesn’t have a backup battery so in the case of a power outage, it won’t wake you up on time. Or at all.

First of all, to turn the alarm off you have to push more than one button. When you’re sleeping, it might be hard to do that. It also takes a lot of time to get used to the sun pattern. Change the settings around so you wake up at the right time. It doesn’t have a backup battery so in the case of a power outage, it won’t wake you up on time. Or at all.

The good features still beat occasionally having to deal with the bad ones. The way that the wake-up light actually wakes you up is simple. It mimics a realistic sunrise changing at a set speed from red to orange and finally bright yellow. If your still not awake by the light, it then plays your choice of music. Either radio or my preference, one of five built in naturistic sounds. The sound slowly intensifies louder and louder to wake you up without giving you a heart attack.

Overall I think it was money well spent, and sleep well earned. You can get my light at Amazon by clicking here.

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