This alarm clock simulates the sunrise and is on sale for 34% off

The harsh cry of the alarm clock followed by the grudging grunt of semi-consciousness as you fumble for the button that will turn off – not snooze – the invasive sound is a symbol of the modern era’s rat race. Movies and TV shows capitalize on the imagery, and if ever someone uses your alarm tone as their ring tone, you’re strangely jolted by hearing it out of context in the middle of the say. But studies suggest there’s another way to wake up which is better for you. Waking up slowly and naturally is an improved way to energy from sleep, with simulated-dawn wake-ups improving quality of sleep after just six days.

The Tekjoy Sunrise LED Alarm Clock offers just that. The clock uses its LED lights to simulate the appearance of sunrise and sunset to allow you to wake up more naturally and calmly – it’s certainly an improvement over the grating clarion of most alarm clocks. And the Tekjoy Sunrise LED Alarm Clock is currently on sale for just $32.99, a great discount of 34 percent off the full purchase price of $49.

Tekjoy Sunrise LED Alarm Clock, $33, original price: $49

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The alarm, which can also use its LED lights to set a range of atmospheres across the RBG spectrum, also features an FM radio which you can use to save your favorite stations, and is pre-programmed with a selection of 10 natural alarm sounds so you can choose what works best for you. The clock’s brightness can also be adjusted, making it ideal for night-time situations like reading or breastfeeding. The Tekjoy clock has a high rating of four stars out of five on Amazon, so you know many previous customers are still enjoying their simulated dawn wake-up calls.

The Tekjoy Sunrise LED Alarm Clock is now on sale for a reduced price of $32.99, a great saving of $16.01 off the full purchase price of $49.

Prices subject to change.

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