The Wake-up Light uses a unique combination of light therapy and sound to wake you up in a gentle and natural way so you are ready for the day ahead. From now on waking up will be a pleasant experience.
The light intensity from your wake-up light gradually increases in 30 minutes before your set wake up time. Light falls on your eyes and increases the level of energy in your body, gently preparing your body to wake up. This makes waking up a more pleasant feeling.
Up to 250 lux for natural awakening
The sensitivity to light differs a lot per person. In general, when using a higher light intensity a person needs less time to become fully awake. The light intensity of the Wake-up light can be set up to 250 lux. This makes sure you can wake up to the light intensity that suits your personal preference best.
Choice of 2 natural and pleasant wake-up sounds
At your set wake-up time, you will start hearing a natural sound or the selected radio station. It starts out quietly and takes a minute and a half to reach the volume level you selected. There are two sounds you can choose from: morning birds and beep sound. The gradually increasing sound will make the wake up process even more pleasant, ensuring you're never rudely awakened.
Can be used as bedside lamp for pleasant reading
The 20 different brightness settings allow you to use the product as a bedside lamp
Replaceable halogen lamp
The Wake-up Light makes use of a replaceable halogen lamp for the natural sunrise simulation.
Research shows that users find it easier to get out of bed
Independent research* shows that 8 out of 10 Wake-up Light users, found it easier to get out of bed. MatrixLab BE, NL, D, AT, CH 2011; n=209
Clinically proven to make waking up more pleasant
It has been clinically proven that light wakes you up more pleasantly and improves the quality of waking up.
100 years of Philips expertise in light technology
Brought to you by Philips, who has over 100 years of leadership in light therapy technology.
Norden, M.J. et al. Acta Psychiatr Scand, 1993; Gordijn, M. et al. Universiteit van Groningen, 2007