Philips HF3461 Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock Reviews
Product Type: Philips gadgets
Description:Brand: Phlips / Gadget: Alarm Clock / Natural Light Dawn Simulator / Short name: Philips HF3461
Newest Review: ... or generally find it hard to wake up in the mornings especially in winter. You can use this as a table lamp while reading ... more
Customer Philips HF3461 Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/08/09 (Very useful, 351 readings)
My boyfriend has had one of these for about a year and got it for about £70 in the sale but they can go for up to £100 at the moment. It is still quite expensive but is worth it for people that have SAD or generally find it hard to wake up in the mornings especially in winter. You can use this as a table lamp while reading in bed as well as a wake up light. The good thing about it is the dimmer switch so you can adjust the brightness while reading and the light feels more natural than normal lamps. The timer and sound settings are easy to use. You can choose between bird song, radio, jungle and beach sounds. The radio can be used on its own ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/09 (Very useful, 274 readings)
I've had the Philips Wake Up light since just after it was launched and have used it through both the winter and summer months (although obviously the biggest benefit is during winter, don't think that you will just be packing it away during summer). The unique benefit of this clock is that it gradually builds up from a soft glow to a full light for 30 minutes prior to the time you have set the alarm for. I hate getting up in the morning and will do anything to stay in bed, but with the wake up light I just feel ready to get up. It's been a bit of a revelation for me. It has been medically approved, but there's no better endorsement than someone it has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09, updated on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
I bought this for myself at Christmas and it cost me about £60 in a sale, friends and family were very sceptical and thought Id bought another white elephant! However I must say it was excellent in the winter months. Basically you set the alarm for whatever time you want to get up, and half hour earlier the light gradually starts lighting up, starting very dim and gradually getting brighter! Also there is a choice of four sounds to wake to- frog ribbiting, seaside water, pips, radio or birds tweeting. I would say on a downside the radio isnt amazing- it only FM, but does search stations autoatically and its perfectly funtional for an alarm! The ... Read the complete review
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