Philips HF3520 Wake-Up Light With Colored Sunrise Simulation, White
- Coloured sunrise simulation wakes you naturally
- Dimming light and sound gently send you off to sleep
- Choice of 5 different natural wake up sounds
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Philips Wake-up Light
Colored Sunrise Simulation for Natural Waking
The Philips Wake-Up Light provides a pleasant, natural way to start your morning. Featuring a colored sunrise simulation and 20 brightness settings, the light gradually increases between 20 to 40 minutes prior to your alarm time. The light also offers the option of waking up to one of five different nature-inspired sounds. Backed by clinical research, the UV-free Wake-Up Light is proven to wake you up with an improved mood and energy level. A light-responsive dimming feature guides you to natural, restful sleep.
92% of Users Agree That it is Easier to Get Out of Bed
The Philips wake-up light is scientifically proven to work. Clinical research was conducted by independent science facilities to study and prove the effects of the wake-up light on the overall wake up experience. The Philips Wake-up Light not only wakes you more naturally, but also more energized and improves your mood in the morning.
100+ years of Philips lighting and healthcare know-how
Philips was founded more than one hundred years ago as a pioneer of the affordable light bulb, and later used its expertise in vacuum tube technology to develop one of the world’s first X-ray imaging machines. To this day, the company remains a global leader in lighting and healthcare, driven by the desire to improve people’s lives around the world every day by creating innovations that matter to you.
Philips Wake-Up Light, HF3520/ 60 features:
- Choice of 5 different natural wake up sounds
- Display automatically dims itself when the bedroom gets dark
- Just tap the product to snooze
- Dimming light and sound gently send you off to sleep
- 20 brightness settings to fit your personal preference
- FM radio let's you wake up with your favorite radio show
Developed by Philips
Philips has over 100 years experience in lighting.
The company’s goal is to bring products that make a difference to people’s lives. Philips Wake-up Light is proud to continue this heritage, building on years of knowledge and expertise from one of the world's foremost lighting companies.
Use the Philips Wake-up Light to wake up naturally
Select the time you want to wake up, and let a gentle sunrise ease you into your day. 30 minutes before your chosen wake-up time, the light will come on, very gently at first, and getting gradually brighter and brighter. By the time the 30 minutes is up, you should be fully awake, gently and naturally. You can adjust the brightness to a level that suits you.
Why choose a Philips Wake-up light:
- Easier to get up in the morning with colored sunrise simulation
- No replacement light bulb needed
- Cool to touch - Safe for children
- Simply plug and go - no assembly required
- Large, easy to read LED display
- FM radio and tap snooze function
- Pleasant, natural bird song alarm
- Sleek, modern design
Philips Wake-up Light With Colored Sunrise Simulation Features
Inspired by nature's sunrise, the wake-up light brightness gradually increases within 30 minutes from dim yellow until your room is filled with bright yellow light. This process of increasing light intensity stimulates your body to wake up naturally. By the time light has filled the room your chosen natural sound completes the wake-up experience, leaving you ready for the day ahead
Personalized Light Settings
The sensitivity to light differs per person. In general, when using a higher light intensity a person needs less time to become fully awake. The 10 light intensities of the Wake-up Light can be personalized and even be set up to 200 lux.
Bedside Lamp with Dimming Light at Night
At night, the wake-up light (no caps) offers relaxing dimming, sunset-simulating light that helps guide you toward restful sleep. When your bedroom is dark, the display automatically adjusts brightness levels to a pleasing, soft level. With 20 brightness settings, the Philips Wake-Up Light is also a convenient bedside lamp for reading or relaxing at night.
Convenient Features and Tap to Snooze
You can activate the Philips Wake-Up Light's Smart Snooze by touching anywhere on the light after your alarm goes off, giving yourself an extra 9 minutes of sleep. The durable wake-up ligh is designed with non-slip rubber feet, keeping it securely on your nightstand.
|Philips Wake-Up Light, HF3500||Philips Wake-Up Light ,HF3505||Philips Wake-Up Light, HF3510||Philips Wake-Up Light With Colored Sunrise Simulation, HF3520|
|Product colors||White||White, Silver, Black||White||White|
|Sunrise simulation duration||30 min||30 min||Adjustable (20-40 min)||Adjustable (20-40 min)|
|Colors in sunrise simulation||Yellow||Yellow||Orange, Yellow||Red, Orange, Yellow|
|Maximum light intensity||200 lux||200 lux||300 lux||300 lux|
|Number of wake-up sounds||1||2||3||5|
|Number of alarms||1||1||1||2|
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First off, what I like about it:
It does exactly what's advertised. It not only wakes you up by slowly ramping up the brightness while changing colors, it does a cool sunset as well. I love that.
It's downhill from there.
First, this is a clock radio. So for some reason they made it round. I don't know about you, but when I'm first waking up, being careful not to knock over the round, unstable, clock isn't exactly the easiest thing. It *will* fall over if you use it.
It has a mixture of buttons around the edges and a touch screen on the front. The buttons are absurd. Try finding a specific button with a bright light blasting in your eyes. Eyes that have just woken up. Yeah.
It has two alarms. Great. But it doesn't know what day of the week it is, so you have to manually set them when the weekend comes around. And don't forget to switch back come Monday!
I have a 7 year-old clock radio that not only does this better, it even knows when to switch to DST.
Which leads to the real "what on earth were they thinking?!?" moment:
If the power goes out, there's no battery backup.
This is 2017, guys. A gimmick does not make a good alarm clock by itself. First, it needs to have the basics covered. Usability is paramount!
I would recommend turning this into a cube with physical buttons on top that are easy to find, even with your eyes closed. Automatic time setting. Automatic knowledge of the day of the week and when DST begins and ends. This is the bare minimum for the $100+ range. My alarm clock that I bought from Target in 2009 has these, and it was about $50.
I'm returning this before I knock it off the night stand. It's incredibly unstable.
For those of us that strive to have as dark a room as possible, the controls should have a zero light setting. This is a fundamental for deep sleep. Philips really tried with this light. But remember, waking up is only part of the full sleep cycle. We spend more of our time in the deep sleep phase.
Having even a low light in your face all night is not acceptable.
Stealth mode please.
No more. Now I can leave the phone charging across the room (or in a handbag even. Who cares?) I can set this for the "sun to set" at 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes later. So I set it, and I get in bed and read a book for an hour. Then the "sun goes down" gradually, and I go to bed. Eight hours later, the "sun" starts coming up gradually. So gradually, that at the beginning, you don't even notice. And you can set sounds in addition to the "sunrise" effect: birds chirping, ocean waves, classical music, or FM radio (although why on Earth would you choose FM radio?)
You can set two different wake up "alarms". It doesn't even feel right to call them alarms, because it's not obnoxious or loud. It doesn't jolt you awake. You wake up gradually. This thing is perfect. I'm reading more, sleeping a lot better, and I don't even remember anymore to grab my phone to check social media in the mornings. In fact, sometimes I'll be at the office, and it'll be noon before I realize I left my phone in the car.
Drop the dependency on cell phones. It's ridiculous. We're like that movie, Wall E. Get this and improve your life and your quality of sleep.
I decided I did want to 'invest' in an excellent alarm clock, and that I wanted to do so before the dead dark of winter: "Duh, the human body clock is based on sunlight so why not use light instead of noise." Also, we use sudden, jarring, beeping, blasting noise, likely to wake up a dead sleeper... but why not gently nudge your sleep cycle with gradually brightening light instead?
I chose this one because I didn't want cheap sounding audio and darker, unnatural light at its brightest. This is 300 lux as opposed to Philips cheaper models at 200 lux.
-LIGHT: The light bulb is excellent: it does mimic sunrise and sunset. The brightness is enough to do some light reading (max 20 minutes) and keep a large room (20'x by 17') fairly well lit, as the brightness level can be set from 1 to 20, and timed to go on up to 40 minutes before the 'natural sounds' of the 'sound alarm', and timed to go off up to 60 minutes before you want it to be 'lights out' ('sun down.')
-SOUNDS: The natural sounds are very good acoustically with birds, morning forest, gentle music and a combo of these, but I usually awaken before they go off, so variety doesn't matter. Way better than a jarring, sudden beep/talk/song. The sound quality is good, clear, and loud enough to awaken me the first couple nights when I slept through the light, with the birds getting my cat to check it out like 'where're the birds I heard them I swear.' I purchased a cheap sound machine from Amazon in the past and the sounds that came out all sounded like tinny, cheap fuzz; I spend 3x as much a few months later and got sounds that actually sound like what they are supposed to sound like, so I'm glad Philips didn't go cheap-o on the sounds - they are crystal clear, accurate recordings. They are not loud enough to wake up a deep sleeper with a history of waking up on time problems, though, so if you are that kind of sleeper, I'd keep your old alarm on hand while you retrain your body clock.
-Other Features: I like the 2 different alarms so I can set a weekday time and a weekend time. There are other features like an FM radio etc. but I don't use them.
RESULTS: My mornings are much better now. It took me about a week to retrain my body clock to this one, and I can tell you that the differences I notice are worth what I spent. I get tired as the light dims at night. I wake up before the sound alarm goes off.
Most importantly, I'm more 'with it'; I'm not nearly as groggy as I used to be. The way I was waking up before - to sudden jarring noise - now feels like dousing someone who's drunk with cold water unexpectedly - it's shocking and there's the slow to rise to sober as they stumble around trying to figure out what happened and where they are. This, on the other hand, is a pleasure and an easy thing rather than a shock: I know where I am when I wake up, that it's time to wake up, and that I have plenty of time to get going.
If the Somneo does come out again, I'm happy to wait until the version after the next one to upgrade, unless a competitor or Philips makes this even better by combining 10,000 lux SAD therapy with an alarm feature. Until then, I am happy with this purchase and will update if that changes.