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Wake up naturally
Coloured Sunrise Simulation wakes you naturally
Inspired by nature's sunrise, light gradually increases within 30 minutes from soft morning red through orange until your room is filled with bright yellow light. This process of changing an increasing light 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.
Dimming light gently sends you off to sleep
Sunset simulation is a light therapy used before you go to sleep. Sunset simulation prepares your body to fall asleep by gradually decreasing light to your set duration.
Just tap the product to snooze
A slight tap anywhere on the Wake-up light sets the snooze mode. After 9 minutes, the sound will gently start playing again.
Display automatically dims itself when the bedroom gets dark
The display brightness intuitively adjusts itself: it brightens in a light-filled room to remain legible and dims itself in a dark room so as not to disturb your rest.
The only Wake-up Light clinically proven to work
At this moment in time the Philips wake-up light is the only one scientifically proven to work. In order to make the Wake-up Light the best possible product it can be in genuinely waking you up naturally and energised we have done a lot of clinical research. This research was conducted by independent science facilities to study and prove the effects of the wake-up light on the overall wake-up experience. This way we have proven, among other things, that the Philips Wake-up Light not only wakes you more naturally, but also more energised and that it improves your mood in the morning.
92% of users agree that it is easier to get out of bed
Independent research* shows that 92% of Philips Wake-up light users find it is easier to get out of bed (Metrixlab 2011, N=209)