Sunrise Alarm Clock Reviews
AmbiTrack sensor, Sleep Tracker, RelaxBreathe function and a gorgeous sunrise simulation - just how good is the Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake Up Light?
The HeimVision Sunrise Alarm Clock has several options more expensive Wake-Up Lights don't, if you are on a budget it is well worth a look.
The Philips SmartSleep Sleep and Wake Up light combines a beautiful sunrise simulation, with some innovative features.
The Nature Bright Sun Bliss is small and portable and pretty cheap. It is also a two in one Sunrise Alarm Clock and SAD Light, but does it meet the mark on both of these functions?
A huge array of customisable features, a lovely sunrise and a battery back-up, but the Lumie also comes with quite a hefty price tag. Read my review to find out more.
After a top of the range dawn simulator? The Philips HF3520 Colored Sunrise Simulation Wake-Up Light could right up your street. It offers a range of light intensities, nature sounds and an FM radio amongst other things.
Another in the Philips line of wake up alarm clocks - it offers nature sounds, a dusk simulation and an FM radio as well, but what is the sunrise wake-up feature like?
The HF3505 is another in the line of the Philips Wake-Up Lights - it is reasonably priced, offers a good sunrise simulation and a touchscreen functionality.
One of the older Philips Wake Up Lights - but is it showing its age or does it farewell against its more modern counterparts? The Philips HF3470 is also becoming increasingly difficult to find now.
This Philips Wake Up Light is reasonably priced, but a little limited in its options - does it have the functionality you need to ensure a smooth transition from being deep asleep to feel wide awake?