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Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock: If you don't enjoy being harshly awoken by an alarm clock, this wake-up light's simulated sunrise can help you wake up gradually and make it easier to get out of bed feeling rested and energetic.
Wake up with a colorful simulated sunrise
Select from 20 different brightness settings. The light increases from soft red, to orange, to bright yellow within your selected time frame between 20 and 40 minutes.
Control alarm volume and sounds
Choose from 5 natural sounds or your favorite FM radio station. The volume increases for 1-1/2 minutes after the alarm sounds, helping to prevent you from oversleeping. Set up to 2 alarms at once.
Tap anywhere on the light to snooze
The snooze option provides 9-minute intervals between alarms.
Display brightness self-adjusts to surrounds
The display dims in the dark so you can sleep, while brightening in a lit room so you can easily read the display.
Simulated sunsets help you fall asleep
Use light therapy, gradually decreasing brightness and noise, to help lull yourself to sleep over a period of time you select.
A:AnswerThere are different colors of light in this model, so the sunrise is more naturally simulated. The $59.00 model only has a white light. This model also has more nature/bird sounds on it, and a radio function. However, the largest difference is simply in build quality. I feel like the stand on the $59.00 model will eventually break, while it doesn't seem possible on the higher-priced item.
A:AnswerYes, the light turns on gradually and increases till the alarm beeps. You can set exactly how much earlier you want the light to turn on as well. For example, I have my light set to turn on 15 mins before my alarm beeps. Also, when you snooze your alarm, the light stays on unless you turn it off. So snoozing only turns off the noise, not the light. Hope this helps!