Philips Hf3470 Wake-up Light, White
How do you prefer your mornings to be?
Waking up to the noisy sound of your alarm clock, which scares the living daily out of you? Going back to sleep, because it’s dark and cold in your bedroom, and nice, cozy and warm in your bed, and then have to rush to make it to work on time?
That is hardly the best way, if you want to avoid stress.
How about if you instead woke up because dawn light spread calmly in your room, and the first sound you heard were birds chirping happily?
That would set your whole day. And that setting is possible to obtain thanks to the Philips Hf3470 Wake-up Light.
Unlike the real sun, this dawn alarm is safe to use and uv-free, and the gradual light that simulates dawn prepares your body to wake up in a pleasant way (this has even been proved clinically).
You have the choice between two natural sounds (like singing birds) to wake you up as well as the fm radio, if this is more to your liking.
How fast do you want to wake up? You can choose different settings. The higher intensity (250 lux is max) the faster you’ll wake up.
You can also use the dawn alarm as a night lamp and choose between 20 different brightness settings. What a pleasant way to read in bed.
At the moment of this writing Philips Wake-up light has received an average of 4.3 stars out of 5 from more than 1,100 customers, and further this alarm is recommended by the National Sleep Foundation, which is an educational and scientific nonprofit organization. It is dedicated to improve sleep health and safety.]
Wake-up light doesn’t take up much space on your night table. It measures almost 10 inches high by 6.5/10 inches in diameter.
You can replace the 100-watt halogen lamp when it burns out, but some customers have reported that it was still working after 6 month’s of heavy use.
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