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Philips Wake-up Light w/ Sunrise Simulation alarm clock

$34.99 at Amazon regularly $49.99


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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I've used a couple of these - different models - for years. I enjoy the gentle waking experience. Added a few extra minutes to my schedule to enjoy the slower waking and find the little time well spent.
Also despite a radio or buzzer going off in the morning, no matter how cutsie the chime is.

As far as going out in the dark soon after, there is no adverse effect. The light starts the morning out better, imo.
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Great price, thanks OP.

Also, the Philips Wake-Up Light with Colored Sunrise Simulation HF3520/60 is an Amazon Deal of a Day [amazon.com] at $88:

List Price:$139.99
Deal of the Day:$88.44
You Save:$51.55 (37%)

I ended up ordering the HF3520 bc of the different features. There's a comparison on the Philips website for all the different wake-up light models. The main differences bw these two HF3500 and HF3520 Deals of the Day are the number of wake-up sounds, the HF3520 has an FM radio & the HF3520 has two (2) alarm settings (e.g., different wake-up time for weekday vs. weekend).
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I have used one for a couple of years now and wake up an hour or two before sunrise most work days. I love waking up to the light instead of an alarming sound and my hour long drive to work in the dark is fine. No adverse effects at all. Very much recommend!
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Wrong product picture. The one pictured is going for $139-88.
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Wrong product picture. The one pictured is going for $139-88.
Thanks. It mustve picked up the wrong photo when I posted. I deleted it and added the correct one. Repped...
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Great price, thanks OP.

Also, the Philips Wake-Up Light with Colored Sunrise Simulation HF3520/60 is an Amazon Deal of a Day [amazon.com] at $88:

List Price:$139.99
Deal of the Day:$88.44
You Save:$51.55 (37%)

I ended up ordering the HF3520 bc of the different features. There's a comparison on the Philips website for all the different wake-up light models. The main differences bw these two HF3500 and HF3520 Deals of the Day are the number of wake-up sounds, the HF3520 has an FM radio & the HF3520 has two (2) alarm settings (e.g., different wake-up time for weekday vs. weekend).
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Maybe a silly question, but what is the efficacy of these when you are waking up long before actual sunrise? Maybe it is Daylight savings on the brain today, but if I'm getting up 90 minutes before sunrise and am out the door in my car 30 minutes before, will all the gentle wake up benefits of gradually increasing light just mess up my body when I walk outside and it is still dark?

I've always been fascinated with these and have a pretty good internal wake up clock so I think it would work for me and be less jarring than an alarm. However if the jarring of music/buzzer is only replaced with some subconscious physiological jolt due to the actual daylight then I'm not so sure I want to try it out.

Anyone "know" or care to share their thoughts/hypothesis?
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Maybe a silly question, but what is the efficacy of these when you are waking up long before actual sunrise? Maybe it is Daylight savings on the brain today, but if I'm getting up 90 minutes before sunrise and am out the door in my car 30 minutes before, will all the gentle wake up benefits of gradually increasing light just mess up my body when I walk outside and it is still dark?

I've always been fascinated with these and have a pretty good internal wake up clock so I think it would work for me and be less jarring than an alarm. However if the jarring of music/buzzer is only replaced with some subconscious physiological jolt due to the actual daylight then I'm not so sure I want to try it out.

Anyone "know" or care to share their thoughts/hypothesis?
I've used a couple of these - different models - for years. I enjoy the gentle waking experience. Added a few extra minutes to my schedule to enjoy the slower waking and find the little time well spent.
Also despite a radio or buzzer going off in the morning, no matter how cutsie the chime is.

As far as going out in the dark soon after, there is no adverse effect. The light starts the morning out better, imo.
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I just got a Chinese knockoff from Amazon a week ago. Might send it back for this one, since this is only $8 more, but is a good brand.
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I recommend using these in the Winter months. The light generally doesn't wake me up, but it's incredibly helpful to help my eyes wake up after my regular phone alarm goes off when the room is already filled with light.
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Great price, thanks OP.

Also, the Philips Wake-Up Light with Colored Sunrise Simulation HF3520/60 is an Amazon Deal of a Day [amazon.com] at $88:

List Price:$139.99
Deal of the Day:$88.44
You Save:$51.55 (37%)

I ended up ordering the HF3520 bc of the different features. There's a comparison on the Philips website for all the different wake-up light models. The main differences bw these two HF3500 and HF3520 Deals of the Day are the number of wake-up sounds, the HF3520 has an FM radio & the HF3520 has two (2) alarm settings (e.g., different wake-up time for weekday vs. weekend).
Do these have any sort of dock for ipod/music player?
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Thanks OP going to be great for the winter it's always dark in the morning I went for the one for 35 bucks did some research Best buck for my use. The Phillips website has a nice comparison of the models https://www.usa.philips.com/etc/p...,HF3651/60
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Maybe a silly question, but what is the efficacy of these when you are waking up long before actual sunrise? Maybe it is Daylight savings on the brain today, but if I'm getting up 90 minutes before sunrise and am out the door in my car 30 minutes before, will all the gentle wake up benefits of gradually increasing light just mess up my body when I walk outside and it is still dark?

I've always been fascinated with these and have a pretty good internal wake up clock so I think it would work for me and be less jarring than an alarm. However if the jarring of music/buzzer is only replaced with some subconscious physiological jolt due to the actual daylight then I'm not so sure I want to try it out.

Anyone "know" or care to share their thoughts/hypothesis?
I have used one for a couple of years now and wake up an hour or two before sunrise most work days. I love waking up to the light instead of an alarming sound and my hour long drive to work in the dark is fine. No adverse effects at all. Very much recommend!
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I have the more expensive model and I love it. Being woken up gently is so much better than being jarred awake by a blaring alarm. I bought mine at about $90 and it is some of the best money I've spent.
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What a trip. I just ordered this cheaper wake up light earlier today:

Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Blingco Sunrise Simulator Alarm Clock with Night Light, Nature Sounds, 7 Colors Atmosphere Lamp, FM Radio, USB Charger, Touch Control for Heavy Sleepers

I went ahead and canceled my order, and ordered this Philps. Hope it's worth it.
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