First, I was browsing the Costco Deal for the Philips Wake Up Light HF3510/60 for $99.99 and through my research and price comparison I found a very similar model, the HF3500/60, at Amazon.ca for $48.99. This Amazon.ca deal is not only 30% off of their regular price, but it also includes shipping. This is the lowest price Amazon has offered on this handy Wake Up Light.
It is so important to start your day off with light. It is only natural for daily life to start when the sun comes up and end shortly after the sun sets. However, you might find yourself having to get up earlier than the sun – especially in the Winter months when the sun can stay sleeping until 8am Philips was inspired by this need for sun, and produced the Philips Wake-Up Light. The Philips Wake Up Light will use a great combination of light and sound to wake you up in the most natural way. You will find yourself feeling more refreshed, and have an easier time getting out of bed – which seems pretty priceless to me.
Your Philips Wake-Up Light will gradually increase from soft dawn reds to a warm orange colour to finally end up as a bright yellow light. This process will start 10 minutes before your set alarm time. After a little research, the only difference I found between the Philips Wake Up Light HF3510/60 from Costco.ca at $99.99 and the Philips Wake Up Light HF3500/60 from Amazon.ca for $48.99 is the light intensity.
It is proven that almost over 90% of the people who use the Philips Wake Up Light wake up pleasantly and find it a better method than their previous alarm clock
Also, if you are still unsure of whether this purchase is for you or not – here is a review from Amazon.ca:
Almost makes me feel like a morning person, You don’t realize how well it works until you forget to set it! This Philips Wake Up Light has changed my mornings. No more startled wake ups. I now just open my eyes a few minutes before my alarm even has a chance to spoil my morning
So what do you think? Is the Philips Wake Up Light what you need to wake up to every morning?
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