Philips Wake-up Light For Just $54.99 Shipped From Amazon


Update: Now temporarily sold out, but you can still clip the $20 coupon and order it. It will ship when they get it in stock (typically much faster than the estimated date).
As a commenter points out, you should also definitely check out the cute video they’ve made (accessible under the pictures on the left-hand side).


Philips Wake-up Light Linky

4.5/5 average reviews from hundreds of reviewers.

This retails for $99.99 and is on sale for $74.99.

Plus there is a $20 coupon to clip on the product page, dropping the price down to $54.99.

-Light and sound gradually increase to gently wake you up, from now on, waking up will be a more pleasant experience.
-Light increases for 30 minutes before your set alarm time
-Choice of two natural sounds or radio
-Safe and UV free
-Official Light Therapy product of the National Sleep Foundation

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Thanks dan, just bought one, hope it will do the trick.


whats the return policy? Do you know how long the sale is for? I wanna think it over.


30 days.
Or 90 with your Starwood or Sapphire, etc.


Thanks! Do you know how it compares to the 3520 which is $100 with coupon? I saw in one of the reviews someone who tried both and didnt like the LED light.


What does 90 days mean. The refund comes through Amex? What’s the process? Thanks.


cool. i dunno how it will help me if it might wake me up earlier, but bought one anyway..


take a look a the video of the alarm clock waking a rooster at 3 am!


thank you

dans fan

@dans fan:

quite enjoyed!


Didn’t know this existed. Just ordered. Thanks!

david G

Deal is now dead