I used to find that alarm clocks look a bit out of date, so when I saw these modern looking versions of the alarm clocks, I was very surprised. These alarm clocks not only look super fashionable, but also work properly. The fact is that it is the best-selling alarm clock at present. Maybe there are few ways for you to try these alarm clocks. Then I think you need to try them. This alarm clock can add some fun to our life.
1.Lumie sunrise alarm clock
There are lots of natural light alarm clocks, but few people can combine beauty with low price like this entry-level lumie. In addition to 10 levels of white light, it can also do color, so you can use both color and natural light to wake yourself up. It’s not as adjustable as some of the more expensive lumie fluorescent lamps, and some commentators report that its brightness is too fast, too fast to satisfy their taste. If it sounds like you, it’s worth seeing an adjustable light with more than 10 discrete lighting levels.
Lumie will start working half an hour before your alarm clock time. It will slowly increase the lighting, so by the time it’s time to get up, you’re already stretching out and ushering in a new day. You can use it to help you fall asleep and wake yourself up: there is a 30 minute dimmer that slowly lowers the light intensity to help you get out of the car.
2.Braun classic analog alarm clock
Braun analog alarm doesn’t have Bluetooth, so you can’t stream spotify to it. It doesn’t know what a smart light bulb does, it doesn’t have a hub, and it can’t charge a phone. It doesn’t wake you up with natural light or tell you the weather forecast. It doesn’t receive text messages and won’t wake you up with a loud tick.
This is great. This is the kind of alarm clock Steve Jobs wanted. This is a design icon – that face! – its function is purely practical. This model fits Braun’s minimalist standards. It barely adds lights so you can see time in the dark, but apart from that, it only does two things: it tells you what time is and wakes you up when you set it to. Sometimes, that’s what you want.
3.Alarm clock on the wheel
We like the back. It’s one of the stupid enough ideas you’ll think of when you’re in the shower: wouldn’t it be great if you tried to pause it when the alarm went off? By attaching the alarm clock to the twin wheels and giving it a fairly large speaker, Clocky is the alarm clock that you won’t be unable to sleep. It’s also hard: because it’s designed to withstand up to three feet of bedside table falling, it may not complain too much if you mash it up to try to stop the alarm.
There have been a lot of imitators since Clocky first came out, but while some are good – we love Sony’s various rolling speakers – Clocky has managed to be economical and robust. Take out the helicopter alarm clock from the basket. If you want a clock that can be moved and can still be moved after a few days, it is best to use Clocky.
4.JBL horizon alarm clock
JBL is famous for its loudspeakers, and horizo n can also be used as a portable speaker, playing FM radio or playing audio from a mobile phone via Bluetooth. As you might expect, although FM reception is not always as good and the dual 5W speakers lack the low end that some dedicated audio devices might expect, sound quality is good. We think that a writer who describes the sound as “room full” may live in a small room, but it’s a good choice for occasional listening and all the important alarms (if you’re looking for clunky speakers, browse for the best portable speakers.).
The horizon is more than just sound. It also has an environment led function to help you wake you up gradually, and you can set two different alarms to wake up your partner at a separate time. It can also act as a charger, so if you ignore our advice and bring your phone into your bedroom, you can charge it with horizon.