BioBrite Sunrise Clock Uses Light To Wake You Up

Apr 11, 2011
If you hate waking up with the screaming sounds of the alarm clock, try more natural way that will get you off bed gently just like a sunrise.

The BioBrite Sunrise Clock is a different alarm clock that uses light to imitate sunrise and sunset to help you fall asleep and wake up easy and refreshed.

The idea of such natural-like alarm clock comes from scientific studies that say that our biological clock is receptive to low intensity light in the morning. In other words the slowly increasing sunrise light makes you wake up smoothly without the feeling of tiredness and sleepiness.

You simply can set the BioBrite Sunrise Clock at cycles of 15, 30, 60 or 90 minutes and this alarm clock will emit the light of the sunrise just in time when you need to wake up. It also has audible alarm that will beep just when you are ready for that.

One of the best things about this sleep gadget is its ability not only to wake you up, but also to help you fall asleep easier. The dusk cycle imitates gradual sunset that tells you body when it's time to fall asleep. LCD front display fades as your body prepares for sleep.

The BioBrite Sunrise Clock also features a dimmer to use it as a bedside lamp for reading.


Oct 16, 2012 11:40 AM » posted by: Tajinder
ubrsmcdmI use an iPhone app I use an iPhone app called WakeMe which uses the aolecercmeter in the device to detect when you are sleeping the lightest (within a 30minute window) through your tossing and turning and wakes you up feeling less groggy. Didn't seem to work at first but it needs to be calibrated first. It also graphs movement in your sleep. I find this very useful because It's always so hard for me to fall asleep and I need to feel fresh in the morning.Perhaps it's just a placebo but it seems to work for me.

May 25, 2011 09:10 AM » posted by: Greta
That's a mold-berkaer. Great thinking!

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