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Lumie Bodyclock GO 75 Wake Up Light Alarm Clock with Sounds
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- Lumie Bodyclock GO alarm clock wakes you naturally with gradually brightening light - helping you feel refreshed, alert and energised
- Extra sounds (alarm beep, dawn chorus, drumbeat, wind chimes and big ben) if you'd like to wake with the sunrise plus an alarm
- Additional features include choice of sunrise/sunset (20, 30, 45 minutes), snooze, dimmable display, nightlight and security light and optional beep alarm
- Certified medical device (class 1) proven to help with SAD (seasonal affective disorder) and winter blues on dark winter mornings
- Lumie Bodyclock GO is designed and manufactured by the inventors of the original wake-up light and comes with a 2-year warranty
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1 x Bodyclock GO 75 wake-up light; 1 x Bulb; 1 x User Guide; 1 x Lumie Careline insert
From the manufacturer
Lumie Bodyclock Go 75
Wake-up light for better sleep and get-up-and-go each day. With additional wake-up sounds.
- Sunrise duration of 20, 30 or 45 minutes
- Smooth sunrise with ray effect
- Wake up to light only or add a wake sound
- Sunset duration of 20, 30 or 45 minutes
- Soothing sunset
- Dimmable display (low or off)
- 5 wake sounds (optional): Beep, Dawn chorus, Drum beat, Big Ben, Wind chimes
- Fully dimmable bedside lighting
- Power failure back-up
- Class 1 Medical Device (conforms to Directive 93/42/EEC, effective 03.07.18)
Using Bodyclock Go 75
Light for every day well-being
Early starts, shift work, weekend lie-ins tell our bodies to be active and alert when they should be resting or vice versa.
Use Bodyclock Go 75 all year round to help maintain a regular sleep/wake pattern and ensure you start each day with a sunrise - whatever time you wake.
Fading sunset to help you unwind
When you're ready to sleep, relax with a gradual sunset. Fading light is a signal for your body to produce melatonin in readiness for sleep so this encourages your natural sleep response.
Bright sunrise to wake you naturally
Bodyclock Go 75 gently starts to brighten before your alarm time, waking you naturally as it reaches full brightness.
You can add an alarm beep for reassurance though many people find they wake naturally with the light alone.
Feel refreshed and properly awake
Studies have shown that waking up with gradual light is proven to improve the quality of sleep and awakening.
With Bodyclock Go 75, you'll wake up brighter and feel ready for the day ahead.
How Bodyclock sleep and wake-up lights work
- Lumie invented the very first wake-up lights in 1993
- British Swimming team use Bodyclock to wake bright and early for training
- Registered with Medical and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA ref: CA007025)
Lumie has been designing and developing light therapy products in Cambridge, UK for over 25 years.
Lumie lights treat Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and winter blues, boost mood and energy levels and improve sleep.
Feel awake during the day
Instead of being jolted from sleep by an alarm, Bodyclock wakes you gradually and more effectively with brightening light. By the time you open your eyes, you're properly awake, alert and feeling ready for the day ahead.
Waking like this re-sets the internal clock that controls daily wake/sleep rhythm and has been shown to boost mood, productivity and energy levels.
Ready for sleep at night
The right light can also prepare your body for sleep. All Bodyclock have a fading sunset to promote production of melatonin and help you to unwind naturally.
Recommended for SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) and winter blues sufferers and anyone who would like to wake up brighter.
|Bodyclock Starter 30||Bodyclock Go 75||Bodyclock Active 250|
|Main features||FM radio|
|Sunrise/sunset duration||30 min||20, 30 or 45 min||15, 20, 30, 45, 60 or 90 min|
|Sleep/wake sounds||5 wake sounds||5 sleep/wake sounds|
|Fully dimmable display||✓||✓||✓|
|Bulb||42 W halogen SES||42 W halogen SES||42 W halogen SES|
|HWD, Weight||14 x 19 x 13 cm, 760 g||14 x 19 x 13 cm, 760 g||18 x 22 x 13 cm, 1.0 kg|
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The pros - yes, it's been good waking up to light and during the winter months I can see the benefits of this, but, I have also slept through the wake up light (without an audible alarm set), so perhaps best to have the alarm as a back-up if you're a heavy sleeper.
The cons - there's quite a few:
Buttons: the Bodyclock 75 has 3 buttons (menu/ up/ down) to set its many functions. Firstly, it could probably do with a couple more, but more importantly, they're clunky and quite noisy, making quite a noisy 'click' when pressed (they wake my wife up whilst I'm fumbling through the settings to set it). Surely Lumie could have included soft-touch buttons?
Time: it's time-keeping is absolutely rubbish! We also have a radio controlled clock in our bedroom and the Lumie has now lost 4 minutes since we got it just after Christmas. This seems to be, that the clock stops time-keeping whilst you're in the menu settings. Really?
Display: the time display is actually really bright (too bright) in a dark room and although you can set the display to turn off, it seems you can only do this in conjunction with setting a wake-up. Not good for weekends or holidays!
Settings: you have to reset the wake-up light/alarm every evening before going to sleep. Not good if you're prone to forgetting.
Menus: the Bodyclock 75 has quite a few settings and they're all controlled through one menu button and 'up' and 'down' buttons. Makes for a very clumsy interface, which as mentioned, is losing you time!
The light: gets pretty hot after its been on for 30 mins. You'll need to be aware of this if you have inquisitive little ones or pets around (we do!)
Generally, the Lumie Bodyclock Go 75 (I'm going to be brutally honest here...) feels like cheap, plasticky tat, you'd expect to pay about a tenner for. It has many flaws and is grossly overpriced at £75.
So, I bought this clock over 2 years ago. It’s lasted the test of time I guess! But official replacement bulbs are a complete rip off - just buy standard bulbs to plug in.
So, let’s start with the basics. Firstly, as a clock it is appalling. Fails the first test of an alarm clock, in that it doesn’t even keep the time accurately. Loses about 60/sec per week by my estimations, meaning you’re constantly having to set the time again. This is something basic that isn’t easy to get wrong. Especially with the premium price tag attached to this product.
Secondly, we have the interface. Whatever you do, do not lose the instruction booklet, or else you’ll never be able to work the damn thing again. It’s got a very clumsy interface with three buttons, and you cycle through a menu with completely unintuitive 2 letter descriptions. Impossible to navigate without the instructions - and I’m quite a tech savvy young chap, I dread to think how older folks might find this! Next, the buttons are crap. Very clunky and loud - I’m always worried that I’m being too loud for my flatmate as they make such a racket when you’re having to cycle through the menu just to change the time on your alarm.
Thirdly, the alarm system. It’s actually quite a nice light to wake up to (I think I’d prefer it to be a bit brighter though, mind you). But this is a good light overall. And the three settings of 20 mins, 30 mins, or 40 mins sunrise is nice. As is the sunset feature which is good for bedtime reading. It can also run very hot when it’s been on for a while - beware! However, the alarm “sounds” this thing comes with are crap. Utter garbage recordings that jolt you awake - defeating the purpose of having this clock for a gradual wake time.
So the only thing this alarm clock has going for it is the light sunrise and sunset features. Which is what you’re paying for, I guess. But there are much better alternatives out there - my friend has a Philips one which she much prefers. I wish I’d bought a Philips one instead, but after sinking £75 into this I supposed I’d better stick with it, which I have done for the last two years.
So, as another reviewer pointed out, it does feel like cheap, tatty, plastic crap. But it has at least lasted me for a couple of years (which is the minimum I’d expect from this anyway). But for a clock that can’t keep the time, is nigh on impossible to navigate without some cryptic instruction booklet, runs very hot, has very loud buttons, has crap alarm sounds, and costs this much - you’d be better off saving your money and buying a cheap and basic version elsewhere.