Hi Andrew. There's an option to dim or even turn the LED display completely off when you enable the alarm at bedtime. If you want to check the time in the middle of the night, you can then press a button to illuminate the display for a few seconds.
By karen1996 on 30 September 2014
Yes! :) it's a dimmable light so you can have it at all strengths and has a function where with the sun-symbol, the "sunrise" or "sunset" feature is active, depending on whether you start at lowest light or highest light it will slowly reverse over 30 mins which is kinda cool!
By Kej on 25 November 2013
Not that I'm aware of. In fact you have to remember to set it every night, which is not ideal. I simply don't set it at the weekend. Despite this I wouldn't be without one. Hope this is helpfull.
By Mr W on 17 October 2014
Hello, from side to side (left to right) the clock measures 7.5" (19cms approx), from front to back it is 5"' (13cms approx) and height (bottom to top) measures 6.5" (16cms approx). So small enough to sit on a bedside table or cabinet without taking up too much space. I hope this is helpful to you?
By Christopher on 18 January 2015
Depends on how dark your curtains make your room. My kids have blackout curtains, so it's still working for them during lighter mornings. They even manage to ignore the noise of the bl**dy Whoopee birds, aka The Dawn Chorus, and wait for their lumie to waken them.
By M. Paton on 21 March 2014
I havn,t tried reading by the lumie but as the light on full brightness is bright and doesn,t have the disadvantage a shade I would think it would be bright enough too read by.
By rosey b on 22 January 2014
According to http://www.health.harvard.edu/mens-health/vitamin-d-and-your-health ultraviolet B (UVB) is needed for that and there's no mention of it emitting UVB light.
By SquareRootofBlue on 21 November 2016