LIGHT FAN­TAS­TIC

Paradise - - Living - See lu­mie.com.

If the sound of your alarm makes you fraz­zled even be­fore climb­ing out of bed, you may want to try one of these new alarm clocks that use nat­u­ral light.

The the­ory is that by fill­ing your room with sim­u­lated sun­light, in­stead of sound, the lights wake you up more gen­tly and nat­u­rally.

Lu­mie has just launched two new sleep/ wake lights, the Body­clock Luxe 700FM and the Body­clock Luxe 750DB. As well as mim­ick­ing the colour of sun­rise and sun­set, the new lights have en­hanced sleep/wake sounds, in­clud­ing bird­song and wa­ter­fall record­ings. You can also cus­tomise the length of the grad­ual sun­rise or sun­set, any­where from 15 to 90 min­utes.

The lights also have Blue­tooth con­nec­tiv­ity, ra­dio, and have tap-con­trol snooze and au­todim­ming dis­plays.

There is a range of Lu­mie clocks avail­able on­line.

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