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Philips Wake Up Lights: Hf3470 $60, HF3520 $100, HF3510 $110, HF3550/60 EXPIRED

dubhov 173 January 6, 2013 at 11:06 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 01-06-2013 at 04:41 PM View Original Post
Amazon has discounted a few Philips Wake-up lights. Save an additional $20 with the coupon code linked. Shipping is free. Thanks dubhovThe following item is no longer available

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Edited January 6, 2013 at 03:32 PM by dubhov
The first link is for the cheapest model, which turns out to be the best deal IMO. The lowest I've found it on this forum is $64. The reviews are excellent, and I had been waiting for the price to come down, so I jumped on this one. The Hf3470 is out of stock, but you can still place the order and it will ship at the $20 off price when back in stock.

The $20 off is achieve by clipping the coupon, which should be listed on the product page.

http://www.amazon.com/Philips-Hf3...710&sr=8-5

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...PDKIKX0DER

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...PDKIKX0DER

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...PDKIKX0DER

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#46
The price in October for the Hf3470 was $69.99, so while this is still a better deal than "normal", the "normal" has been lower in the past.
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#47
Pet cage with Rooster enclosed....Place near bed with window shades/blinds pulled up for that natural, I say natural as in nature....awakening...woot
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#48
I've had one of these in my saved items for quite a while. I have a ghetto version of it rigged up with my lamp and some computer-controlled X10 stuff. Unfortunately, the X10 will only turn the lamp on at full brightness. This means I have to turn it on, then dim it down a bunch quickly, then slowly brighten it over time. Sometimes the initial turn-on wakes me up, defeating the purpose, but it was nice when it worked as intended. As others have said, it's more like a gradual sunrise wakeup and less of a shock.

It'd be nice to have a simple appliance that just does this properly, but I'm not sure it's worth $60 to me (since I've got almost the same thing for essentially free already).

Quote from XeoNoX View Post :
the new " phillips hue " lights are way cooler and cheaper per light. http://www.meethue.com/en-US
Hmmmm, I'm looking into this. They're currently an Apple exclusive apparently, so they're heavily marked up elsewhere. $60 for a single bulb and $200 for the starter kit with 3 bulbs and the control bridge. http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=hue Sure seems more advanced than my old fashioned X10 stuff (which needs a running computer with DB9 serial port), but again, I don't have to pay for the stuff I already have.
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Quote from Leonidas View Post :
Dude....try Sun. It's free
because the sun rises at the same time each day.
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#50
I have one of these got it last year on clearance at target for like $50....it really does work...you wake up feeling more ready to go its kinda weird but I love mine...try it!
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I've had one of these (Hf3470 model) for a year and I love it. I am the type of person who HATES mornings and I used to have a hard time waking up to a normal alarm clock (I'd sleep through it). Somehow this actually wakes me up and I feel much less groggy.

I got mine for free through SheSpeaks but I just bought another one for my father-in-law. He's 65% deaf and he wakes up throughout the night worried that he missed his alarm so this is perfect for him because as long as the light isn't on, he knows it isn't time to get up yet.
Wouldn't it be cheaper to hook a floor lamp to a $4 electric timer?

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I've had one of these in my saved items for quite a while. I have a ghetto version of it rigged up with my lamp and some computer-controlled X10 stuff. Unfortunately, the X10 will only turn the lamp on at full brightness. This means I have to turn it on, then dim it down a bunch quickly, then slowly brighten it over time. Sometimes the initial turn-on wakes me up, defeating the purpose, but it was nice when it worked as intended. As others have said, it's more like a gradual sunrise wakeup and less of a shock.

It'd be nice to have a simple appliance that just does this properly, but I'm not sure it's worth $60 to me (since I've got almost the same thing for essentially free already).



Hmmmm, I'm looking into this. They're currently an Apple exclusive apparently, so they're heavily marked up elsewhere. $60 for a single bulb and $200 for the starter kit with 3 bulbs and the control bridge. http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=hue Sure seems more advanced than my old fashioned X10 stuff (which needs a running computer with DB9 serial port), but again, I don't have to pay for the stuff I already have.
I used to have x10 stuff and I swear it had dimmer settings...
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#52
Oh my, I didn't even know there's a market for this. Also, the video with the rooster is so unscientific it's funny.
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#53
I'll stick with my "1st of tha month" ringtone.
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#54
seems that most of people don't like it
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#55
What I need is the iPhone dock that has the wheels on it. I use my phone alarm, my dock alarm, and an actual alarm clock alarm.
But the wheeled-dock seems good: Alarm goes off, dock starts driving around, and I would have to actually get up and chase it to turn it off. Imagine it rolling under a desk or something. By the time you shut it off, you are more than likely awake enough.
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#56
is there a software program for PC that can emulate this with your monitor? I have a pretty darn bright monitor and think it would do the job without having to pay $60 bones... Thanks.
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#57
In 4 1. Out of stock, but I can wait. Waking up earlier was one of my new year's resolutions, so hopefully this thing works. Thanks OP. Rep.
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#58
Cable box can be set to wake-up/turn on. In the dark of winter, the tv going on (low volume) is usually enough to get me up. Normal alarms used as a fail safe.
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#60
I am actually a sound sleeper. I can fall asleep anytime I want and in any high decibel situation. I slept once and did not wake up with alarm, finally my parents (who were at my home that time) had to break the door to get in to see if I am still alive. In for 1, hope alarm works.
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