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BioBrite Sunrise Clock EZ Wake, Sea Green

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  • Gradual sunrise over 30 minutes wakes you up gently and naturally
  • Gradual sunset over 30 minutes gives your body the signal to wind down, helping you sleep
  • Optional backup beeper for reassurance
  • Dimmable bedside lamp for reading or soft lighting
  • Digital clock display with 12 or 24 hour modes
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Product Description

The EZ Wake SunRise Clock is the most economical quality dawn simulator on the market. It comes with a 30-minute sunrise and sunset feature (30 minutes is the time cycle most people prefer) and a backup alarm option. The globe is made of unbreakable polycarbonate plastic and includes a 60-watt bulb that is bright enough to read by. (Note that cheap knockoff products often use very low wattage bulbs that are not effective). The EZ Wake is compact, easy to use, and its low price makes it a perfect gift. One year manufacturer�s warranty.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 5.5 x 7 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00196P26G
  • UPC: 666142886508
  • Item model number: 88650
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #417,496 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

I love a dark room.
K. Jensen
The light shuts down 10 minutes after it reaches full intensity so if you aren't awake by then, you won't be waking up at all.
Sanda Putnam
Lastly, BioBrite is an awesome company to deal with.
Denise

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By dmh on October 20, 2008
I bought this alarm clock about 2 weeks ago. I heard of it awhile ago, but I was turned off by the price. (By the way, I got it for about $50, not $89. I don't know why the price went up!) I bought the clock because I have to get up at about 5:30 am, and it's getting tough now that it's October and pitch dark at that hour.

When the clock arrived, I had doubts. It's pretty basic, and the instructions are a LITTLE confusing. Plus, I set it for 10 minutes into the future -- curious to see the "sunrise" -- but nothing happened except the "beep, beep" at the time I'd set. (Maybe it doesn't work unless you set it for more than 30 mins into the future). So, I set a back up alarm that first night and hoped for the best, saving the packaging in case I needed to return it.

Anyhoo, that first morning, while sleeping, I suddenly became aware of a light. The light got slowly brighter and I opened my eyes. At the set time, the clock gently "beep, beep -- beep, beeped" but I was already wide awake and actually READY to get up. Yes, it's true.

I used to spend 30 minutes pressing snooze, trying to pry myself out of a deep sleep. Now, I'm usually awake before the beep, and it's gradual and gentle. No pain!

I would recommend this alarm clock, but I would recommend trying to get it for more like $50, not $90 if that's possible.

One caveat: The alarm clock does wake up my husband, and he finds it kind of annoying. Oh well, I guess that's love. :)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Denise on September 30, 2010
you might want to try this. I own a much older version of this clock - purchased in 1996, to be exact when I first started experiencing the lethargy/excessive sleep patterns associated with SAD. We lived in Germany at the time, I was in the Army, and it was absolutely critical I drag myself out of bed by 5:00am to make it to my first formation. Long story (14 years!) short, I cannot live without this clock. So much so that I am purchasing a second clock because I AM living apart from the original. It's in Minnesota with my husband, who refuses to give it up! We're doing the commuter thing - I'm living in DC for now, and struggling more every day to pull myself out of bed. I've used both the sunset and sunrise features; it is bright enough to read by in the beginning (the whole point is the "sun goes down")and is bright enough to wake you in the morning. I also love that the alarm is gentle, so you wake up peacefully without the jarring nerve splitting shreak of regular alarms. Lastly, BioBrite is an awesome company to deal with. They are great when you have questions - mine periodically loses its sunrise funtion - but it just needs to be reset (unplug, wait 24 hours, plug it back in). I found that out when I called to order a new one, and after I described the problem, instead of taking my order they recommended I try the above procedure first.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DTK on March 18, 2011
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I own two of these sunrise clocks already, and I'm getting ready to buy my third so that my daughter can get back on schedule with the early onset of Daylight Saving Time. (The two I already have are in my room and my son's room.)

I have been using BioBrite products for about 15 years and I can't tell you what a difference they have made. It's this simple: I hate getting up in the dark, and with this clock, I never have to. The gradual lightening of the room always wakes me BEFORE the backup alarm goes off. Waking to light is so much gentler than the harsh beeping or buzzing of an alarm clock, or even waking to a radio. I don't notice the light coming on; I just wake up very naturally and discover that it's on. And because it's light in the room, I feel awake and ready to get up -- unlike in those days when the radio would go off and wake me from a deep sleep and I'd just hit the snooze button again ... and again ...

The sundown feature is also nice. I set it every night for my son to fall asleep to, and sometimes I use it myself. It helps him transition to a dark room, and it really helps me wind down.

It's true that the time setting and alarm setting process on this clock aren't intuitive. You will have to read the instructions. But that will take you all of 2 minutes, so don't sweat it.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Vermont Gal on November 17, 2010
I am returning this clock. I am not a morning person. Unfortunately, the fatal flaw for me is that the lamp gradually brightens for 30 minutes. Just after it reaches its full brightness (while I am still pushing the snooze button on my clock radio), it turns off -- entirely. I then roll over and go back to sleep. This timing sequence does not support my goal of getting out of bed. Additionally, it is not bright enough, and it seemed to have the light turned on at a low level even though it was supposed to be completely off according to the clock / settings.

Instead of this clock, I purchased two LED Christmas light strings, which are inexpensive to buy at the holidays. These both provide some light, but not as shocking to the system as a regular lamp. I have put these two LED light strings on $4 timers so that they switch on, first one then the other. This is not as gradual as the sunrise clock, but it is cheaper, more reliable, and I can have the lights stay on for an hour or more until I am sure I am up.
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