A little help waking up this winter.

 

 

We have cold dark winters in the NW and waking up can be such a challenge some mornings. I was really excited to be chosen to review the Philips Wake Up Light.  The first two nights I was so excited to wake up with the light I actually woke up before it went off. But once I  chilled out I was pleasenly surprised, I use the bird setting and by the time the birds are chirping I would feel awake and ready to get up.

I also noticed it helps my mood, I wake up and feel more alert and chipper. Its such a nice break from the winter morning grumpies and I know my family appreciates it!

Philips – Wake-Up Light Clock Radio

2-Year Protection Plan

This clock radio helps ensure your wake-up process is pleasant with a halogen lamp that simulates a natural sunrise by gradually increasing light 30 minutes prior to your set wake-up time. Wake up to a bird signing, a beep or your favorite radio station.

WHAT’S INCLUDED

Philips Wake-Up Light Clock Radio
Owner’s manual

PRODUCT FEATURES

Halogen lamp
Simulates a natural sunrise by gradually increasing light 30 minutes prior to your set wake-up time.
Up to 250 lux light intensity
Allows for customized use. The 20 brightness settings allow you to use the light as a bedside lamp.
2 natural wake-up sounds
Include a bird singing or a beep that gradually increase in sound to make the wake-up process pleasant.
Digital FM radio
For waking up to your favorite station.
9-minute snooze button for sound and light
Allows you to sleep a few extra minutes. Also features an alarm test function.
4 display brightness control settings
For convenience.
5-minute electricity backup function
For use when the power fails.

I participated in this program as a member of SheSpeaks. You can find out more information at the Philips Wake-up Light Better Mornings Program page.

This Product was part of a SheSpeaks Community Review


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