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Sunrise Sun Simulator Day Light SRS150 Alarm Clock
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Top Customer Reviews
very easy to use and set-up with simple instructions.
Plays MP3's from SD card and comes with lovely sleep/wake sounds.
Built in dimming controller (sunrise/set feature) works very well.
I woke up feeling awake not groggy.
Allows different alarm times for each day of the week.
Power cords are heavy-duty and lamp can use up to 200 watt bulb.
Display color can be changed and dimmed (about 6 colors and 10 brightness levels).
Sunset feature is nice to get ready for bed.
Nightlight feature is nice to use in the middle of the night if needed.
Easy to toggle lamp full on and full off by large snooze button.
Made in China and feels a little cheap for how much I paid for it.
Speakers sound cheap and don't get super loud but with the sunrise you don't need loud jarring noise to wake you anyway.
I bought it because I am starting to sleep through my sonic boom alarm which has a bed shaker and very loud tone. Yes, I'm able to sleep right through it now so I need to try something different. I love this sunrise system 150 alarm clock! Just got it last night and used it for the first time. I have a 150 watt frosted white bulb in my lamp and it gets plenty bright. I used a one hour sunset to get ready for bed, it was really nice. Set a one hour sunrise alarm for 5:30am and I actually woke up at 5:00am. I snoozed it a few times and eventually got up at 6am feeling very awake and ready to start my day. I still need to work on getting to bed earlier (I feel asleep around 11pm). Going to try a 30 minute sunrise instead also. Since it was able to make me wake up three times on little sleep I say this thing works like a charm!Read more ›
I will say after having this I will never go back to a regular alarm ever again.
I chose this one since it seemed to have favorable reviews, had plenty of features, and allowed me to use my own light - a hanging paper lantern with a 75w bulb in place. I found it creates a nice bright yet soft light that is enjoyable to wake to.
The alarm is full featured, yet I find myself not using but a few of the options. Being able to have different wake times is great, allowing me to still sleep in some on the weekends even if I forget to turn it off.
It's worked flawlessly for me all this time with the exception of one night a month ago when in the middle of the night it decided to randomly turn the light on and off in the middle of the night. Luckily, it fixed itself once I unplugged and replugged power to the device.
Overall, despite the cost, I am happy with this purchase and if it lasts, it may very well be the last alarm clock I'll ever own.
It may have taken some time to set up, but he has figured it out, changing from nature sounds and daylight simulator to radio or the more abrupt alarm depending upon how tired he thinks he will be the next morning. And since he is an avid reader, he can put it in sleep mode to turn the light out if he falls asleep with his book at bedtime. I would like to buy one for each of my other kids, but I'm waiting for a price closer to what I paid.
It came with nature sounds on a micro SD card, but anything could be recorded on one. The unit can gradually increase/decrease in loudness, has a battery back-up, and both dims and brightens an attached reading lamp manually or by using the alarm/sleep functions. In addition, you can set the color of the display to amber/orange to prevent it from messing up your sleep cycle, or can choose an abrupt alarm. I selected the Daybreak Duo Sunrise Simulator because of that display color, but I would buy an SRS150 because of all of the other features it has.
Recently the dimmer functions stopped working. I immediately assumed that a triac (electronic component commonly used in dimmer circuits) had burned out since I replaced that component in our Daybreak Duo unit. In fact, I ordered extra triacs for the next time one burns out. When I had the SRS150 apart, I couldn't locate a triac on any of the circuit boards. So, I put it back together, and it works again. All it took was removing the battery and unplugging the unit to reset it like any digital device. Keep that in mind if you have a problem with yours. Of all the units I have looked at, this is the most feature rich sunrise simulator. You just need a bedside lamp with an incandescent bulb under 200 watts, and you have what you will need.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'll give it four stars because it's the best sunrise alarm clock I could find. I did quite a bit of research. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Derek
This clock is a pain to use, although the concept is good. Like that you can use your own lamp for the sunrise/sunset. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Lawyer Lisa
I bought this from a different site buy the same seller. I received the item in perfect working condition and this was to replace, replacements for the much older SRS100... Read morePublished on July 22, 2014 by K. Hyland
I plugged in my Sunrise 150 recently, hadn't used it in a year --- since March of 2010. When the lamp was on, there was an odd smell. I thought the bulb was dusty. Read morePublished on April 20, 2011 by Kory