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

dubhov 121 173 January 6, 2013 at 11:06 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 01-06-2013 by iconian 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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Last Edited by NastyNick January 7, 2013 at 06:54 PM
As of 8:30 ET 1/7, Hf3470 is down another $5 to $54.99 AC.

Deal still on with coupon...but Hf3470 and 3520 are out of stock now

Click here [philips.com] for manuals & documentation

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Dude....try Sun. It's free
The whole point is using this to wake up before the sun rises. shake head
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If it' too dark just stay in bed.
This is not how "having a job" works.
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You may want to update your post to reflect the spelling of Philips with one "L" to help the people who search.
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Dude....try Sun. It's free
Dude, believe it or not the sun does not rise and set based on any one person.
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The whole point is using this to wake up before the sun rises. shake head
<=== facepalm
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Dr. Oz digs it...
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Waking up to light is much better than an alarm, and even if you still need the alarm to wake you, this at least helps you get out of bed instead of just snoozing. I don't have these, but I installed a programmable wall timer switch. They cost much less than these things and the light is brighter, so I prefer that method. It's not synced with your alarm clock, but if your schedule doesn't change, that doesn't matter.
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Waking up to light is much better than an alarm, and even if you still need the alarm to wake you, this at least helps you get out of bed instead of just snoozing. I don't have these, but I installed a programmable wall timer switch. They cost much less than these things and the light is brighter, so I prefer that method. It's not synced with your alarm clock, but if your schedule doesn't change, that doesn't matter.
Waking up to natural sunrise is much better
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#24
the new " phillips hue " lights are way cooler and cheaper per light. http://www.meethue.com/en-US
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#25
dang i need one of these, but knowing me, i'd probably just face away from the light and/or hide under the covers
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I wake up at 3 pm lol
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Have one of these and love it...YMMV.
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You may want to update your post to reflect the spelling of Philips with one "L" to help the people who search.
Done...took me a second to figure out how...
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Dude....try Sun. It's free
The sun hasn't risen here since the beginning of November...
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Waking up to natural sunrise is much better
Ok, so I'll wake up at 8 am in the winter then. Screw having to be at work by 7 am.
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