If you’re looking for a better way to wake up, then this may be just the deal for you! Hurry on over to Amazon.com to snatch up the Philips HF3510 Wake-Up Light for just $84.99 (reg. $139.99!) – this is a lightning price so it won’t last long! Even better, scroll down and clip the $20 off coupon making your final cost for this highly-rated wake-up light only $64.99 shipped. Awesome!
The simulated sunrise of the Philips Wake-Up Light provides a more natural waking experience and improved morning energy levels. The warm yellow light begins 30 minutes prior to your alarm time, increasing in intensity as your chosen waking time approaches. The Wake-Up Light offers the option of waking up to your favorite FM radio station or to one of three pre-programmed nature sounds. Offering 20 brightness settings, this light comes with convenient features such as non-slip feet and a dimming light for relaxing before bedtime.
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I got this for hubby for Christmas not ever hearing about these before. I thought it was different and that he might like it for that. We both LOVE this thing! What a wonderful, unstressful, peaceful way to start the day! We cannot imagine going back to alarms ever again! Worth every dime to start each day feeling good!
I have been wanting one of these alarms for years now and just now finally had enough extra money to splurge. It’s fantastic. I use the dusk feature every night before going to bed. It’s great for stimulating your body’s own melatonin production to make you sleepy. I always fall asleep with a book, crossword or notebook in my hands but hate having to move out of my comfortable, juuuuust about to fall alseep position, to turn out the light. I usually set the dusk light for 20 minutes and am usually asleep before the light’s fully turned off. ALSO – a little embarrassing to admit but I sometimes creep myself out watching horror movies before bed and then don’t want to turn out the light- but my sleep is never good under a bright light. This way the light is on when I fall asleep and off before I know any better.
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