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Philips HF3500/60 Wake-Up Light

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  • Sunrise simulation wakes you gradually
  • Bedside light with 10 light settings
  • Color flow of sunrise: bright yellow
  • Gentle beep ensures you get up on time
  • Snooze function
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Size: 1 Count
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 7.2 x 7.2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00F0W1RIW
  • Item model number: HF3500/60
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (280 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Philips HF3500 Wake-Up Light
The wake-up light increases in brightness to slowly, naturally wake you in the morning.
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Morning wake-up light
The white light imitates the sun to leave you in a better mood.
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Inspired by the naturally brightening light of the sunrise, the Philips HF3500 Wake-up Light gradually increases in brightness over a 30-minute period before your wakeup time, growing more intense until your room is filled with bright yellow light. This process of changing and increasing light stimulates your body to wake up naturally and comfortably. By the time light has filled the room, a gentle beep completes the wakeup experience, leaving you ready for the day ahead. Scientifically proven to be a more effective way of waking up, the Wake-up Light also leaves you more energized and in a better mood upon awakening.

Bedside Light Wakes You Gradually

Because sensitivity to light differs for each person, the Philips HF3500 Wake-up Light has 10 different light intensities, so you can personalize the settings to your specific needs. The light can go up to 200 lux, for those who need the brightest light to wake up. This Wake-up Light is clinically proven to be effective, waking you more naturally and leaving you energized and in a better mood.

Gentle Sound Alarm Completes the Waking Process

At your set wakeup time, the Wake-up Light emits a gentle beep to complete the wakeup experience and ensure that you won't accidentally sleep through the light. The sound gradually increases in volume over the following 90 seconds. The Philips HF3500 Wake-up Light even features a classic snooze function: just tap the top of the light to stop the alarm, and after nine minutes, the sound will start playing again. The anti-slip rubber feet ensure that the Wake-up Light stays in place.

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Philips HF3500 Wake-Up Light At-a-Glance
  • Gradually increasing light offers a natural way to wake up
  • Yellow light with 10 settings up to 200 lux
  • Light simulation begins 30 minutes before alarm
  • Backed by clinical research and proven to be effective
  • Includes tap snooze control
What's in the Box

Philips HF3500 Wake-Up Light and manual.

Philips Wake-Up Lights
HF3500
HF3510
HF3520
Natural Wake-Up Sounds
Dimmer
Sunrise Simulation
Colored Sunrise Simulation
Dusk Simulation
Touch Sensitive Buttons
Reading Lamp
Long-Lasting LEDs

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Customer Reviews

Great natural way to wake up in the morning.
CandysRaves (and Rants)
This is not only an adjustable bright light but also alarm clock, is a great reading and night light great to wake up with because can be adjusted.
Madeline Cassino
[Bad] Finding the snooze button is and isn't intuitive at the same time.
Lee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

392 of 417 people found the following review helpful By PulseWidth on October 14, 2013
Size Name: 1 Count Verified Purchase
When the Dream machine that I had used since the early 90s started making a strange electronic buzzing sound, I decided it was time to get a new alarm clock. I had heard about wake up lights and wanted to try one out.

I chose this one even though there were no reviews because it was cheaper than most of the others and because I liked the look.

I've used it two mornings now, and both have been some of the most pleasant mornings I've had! I wake up to the feeling of a slowly increasing light behind my eyelids. A few minutes later, a beeping alarm starts, which also increases in volume. Both mornings I've woken up with the light and didn't really need the buzzer, although it is nice for peace of mind.

The time can be dimmed at night, so if the light from the display bothers you at all it can be significantly reduced.

I'm deducting a star because there are a few things that could be improved on this clock. There is a snooze feature that is a bit hard to activate. The clock is very lightweight, so when you hit the snooze the clock wants to move around on the night stand. I also like using the clock as a bedside lamp and when you turn the light off it fades down which is a nice feature. However, there are 10 brightness settings. 10 is quite bright, and is what I like to wake up to. However, I prefer 4 or 5 when using it as a bedside table. After turning the light off at night, you have to crank the brightness back up to 10 for the alarm. Not a huge deal, but I'm worried I will forget to do it one night. It would be nice if you could set the alarm brightness independently.

All in all I am happy with my purchase and would choose this clock again!
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194 of 210 people found the following review helpful By Brass Monkey VINE VOICE on October 28, 2013
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This is the perfect alarm clock for me! I'm extremely sensitive to changes in light; it has a huge affect on my sleep patterns. I need to be up by 5am to get into the office on time and in the winter; lack of morning sunlight makes it near impossible for me to drag my behind out of bed. I've kept a light next to my bed for years to flip on when my alarm first sounds and before I hit snooze since bright light is the only thing that helps rouse me from my slumber.

Enter the Philips Wake-Up Light! This thing is bright and I love that more often than not; it wakes me (in a pleasant, gentle kind of way) about 10-15 minutes before the actual alarm goes off. The snooze button involves giving the top of the alarm a tap. The slim design of this clock makes activating the snooze function a bit awkward and that gentle tap actually requires a bit more force than I thought it should need. Overall; I think this is a great buy. I've been looking at wake-up light alarm clocks for a few years now but have never bothered due to the price point (I recall them being priced well over $100 not too long ago). This is a very affordable wake-up light and it definitely delivers on its promise.

The only features that could make this alarm better might be:
* An option to disable the actual 'alarm' component. This would be nice for weekends where you still want to get up early but don't necessarily need, or wish to have the back up alarm sound.
* An option to modify the alarm tone. It's VERY loud.
* Further dimming options for the display. The ambient light from the display is still a touch too bright for me in the dark, even on its lowest setting.
* The lamp setting should be independent from the alarm light settings.
* Back-up battery would be nice in case of power outages...
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214 of 237 people found the following review helpful By Lee VINE VOICE on October 19, 2013
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I own and still use this model: Philips HF3510 Wake-Up Light, White. I was curious about this model since it's a lot thinner and there's very little room on the nightstand.

[Good]

The gradual wake up light itself: It is really effective at waking people without scaring or stressing them awake compared to normal alarm clocks. Once you try it, you probably won't go back to a normal alarm clock. The wake up light gradually gets brighter in a 30 minute timeframe, with the max brightness being adjustable.

Compared to the other Phillips wake up lights, this model is really thin. The other models are ginormous compared to this one. If your nightstand is small or cluttered, you may like this model better.

Very easy to use and setup. You can figure most of it out without instructions.

You can use this as a reading light. Even though the LED bulb is rated at approximately 16,000 hours, I still wouldn't do this since it would cut the life of the product. The LED bulb is not replaceable.

[Bad]

Finding the snooze button is and isn't intuitive at the same time. If you're awake you're not going to find it unless you read the instructions. If you're half awake and tired, you'll find it really it easy; you just tap the top of the unit. There is no button.

It's really easy to use since there's really no options to customize or features to use, which is fine since it's an alarm clock.

There's no sound selection. All you have is a beeping noise. This is the main reason why I'll keep using the larger model instead of this model. I like the soft wake up music or the birds chirping.
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