Alarm Clock with Light
One of the most commonly requested features when choosing an alarm is for it to have a good backlight or light so when its dark or hard to see the time, just simply press a button and the backlight will come on.
An example of a popular clock with alarm and a backlight is the Auric.
This small and practical clock is extremely popular and is great value. Many people use the travel or just use it at home, it has a great feature with the push button light up feature so you can tell the time when its dark, it soon dims so you can get back to sleep in the dark. The alarm is easily set and has a cresendo alarm with an easy to reach snooze button on top of the clock.
Backlights on alarms are a great and quick way to illuminate the clock at night, once the light has come on it will typically automatically switch off after a few seconds.
One of the other popular kinds of alarm clocks comes with a light that automatically goes on when the alarm clock goes off. These alarm clocks use a wake-up Light that uses a unique combination of light and sound to wake you up in a gentle and natural way so you are ready for the day ahead.
An example of a wake up light alarm clock is this Philips Wake Up light.
The Philips Wake-up Light alarm clock wakes you up in a natural way, by light that increases gradually. From now on waking up will be a pleasant experience. It makes use of a halogen lamp that slowly illuminates to wake you gently. So, make the change today and choose the Philips Wake-up Light to wake up naturally.
Philips Wake-up Light - Start Your Day Full of Energy With the Light That Wakes You Naturally
Now you can get rid of your noisy alarm and rise a new way: easily and energetically with simulated sunlight just the way nature intended, thanks to the new Wake-up Light from Philips. The light gradually brightens to emulate natural sunrise, positively affecting energy hormones to wake you more naturally than and with as much energy as on a sunny morning.
Up to 250 Lux Light Intensity for Both Natural Awakening and Easy Reading
Philips Wake-up Light HF3485 offers up to 250 Lux light intensity. Sensitivity to light differs a lot per person. In general, when using a higher light intensity a person needs less time to become fully awake. It has been clinically proven that you need up to 250 Lux to affect energy hormones in such a way that you wake up full of energy. The light intensity of the Wake-up Light can be set up to 250 Lux. This makes sure you can wake up to the light intensity that suits your personal preference best.
Light Positively Affects Energy Hormones
Research shows that light stimulates the senses, giving you more energy and helping you to feel less lethargic – that is why it is so much easier to rise during the summer months as opposed to the dark winter months. As the light falls on your eyes, a message is sent to your brain that positively affects the production of cortisol, the energy hormone. This means that at your required wake-up time your hormones are better balanced and you’ll feel more energetic right from the start of the day.