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Usually $50 but there is an "Extra $10 off Coupon" = $40
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  • Light therapy lamp for improving your sleep, energy, and well being
  • Only Philips wake-up Lights are clinically proven to help you wake up feeling more refreshed
  • Light alarm clock for a more natural wakeup: sunrise alarm improves your ability to function in the morning.
  • Tap-to-snooze alarm clock and beep function ensure you wakeup on time. Use as bedside reading lamp with 10 brightness settings.
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Doesn't keep track of days of the week. That's a deal breaker for me, since I would probably throw it across the room anyways on the first Saturday it wakes me up at 5AM.
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bought something similar to this and it really does help my wife and I get up, especially in the fall/winter. There are cheaper off-brand options on Amazon. Here's the $30 one we bought and are quite happy with: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Doesn't keep track of days of the week. That's a deal breaker for me, since I would probably throw it across the room anyways on the first Saturday it wakes me up at 5AM.
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I don't think I've used an alarm clock in over a decade.

If you really wanna wake up to some light, set this on a timer:
https://www.amazon.com/Floodlight...B01BEHTTX6

Might wanna put on some solar eclipse glasses for bed though.
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I just set my hue lights to come up at a certain time, even have day by day profiles for different days of the week.
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bought something similar to this and it really does help my wife and I get up, especially in the fall/winter. There are cheaper off-brand options on Amazon. Here's the $30 one we bought and are quite happy with: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Jeez that thing is ugly
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I read that you can't disable the audible alarm on this one... I literally just bought a knock-off version instead of this one (at the sale price) because of that fact.

I'm still trying to figure out how to disable the sound on the knock-off version but they swear you can. lol
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I read that you can't disable the audible alarm on this one... I literally just bought a knock-off version instead of this one (at the sale price) because of that fact.

I'm still trying to figure out how to disable the sound on the knock-off version but they swear you can. lol
Break/unplug speaker? LMAO
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Break/unplug speaker? LMAO
That's the solution folks on Amazon give... Very ridiculous if you ask me.
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bought something similar to this and it really does help my wife and I get up, especially in the fall/winter. There are cheaper off-brand options on Amazon. Here's the $30 one we bought and are quite happy with: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
Are you able to keep this on (without any noise) all the time? I'd like to use in a windowless office.
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Are you able to keep this on (without any noise) all the time? I'd like to use in a windowless office.
Just print out a picture and tape it to your wall. The tears of dispair soaking the paper will dry eventually
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Are you able to keep this on (without any noise) all the time? I'd like to use in a windowless office.
Looks good....thanks!
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I just set my hue lights to come up at a certain time, even have day by day profiles for different days of the week.
How do I do different profiles by day? Kinda new to the hue thing.
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I don't think I've used an alarm clock in over a decade.

If you really wanna wake up to some light, set this on a timer:
https://www.amazon.com/Floodlight...B01BEHTTX6

Might wanna put on some solar eclipse glasses for bed though.
Lololol
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