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The Aurora Mood Clock works its way through no fewer than TWELVE colours as it phases through the spectrum. If you're prone to seeing only shades of grey first thing in the morning, imagine the joy of waking up to this gorgeously moody little clock, which cycles through the different colours, quietly changing on each hour to remind you that time waits for no-one.
If you use it as a bedside alarm clock, you can switch off the rainbow effects while you sleep. All it takes is a gentle tap on the clock's tactile, rubbery top to light it up for about 30 seconds so that you can see the time without knocking your glass of water or book off the bedside table.
Please remove the divider when you first use the clock.
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I've had an Aurora Mood Clock by my bed for more years that I have fingers; they are awesome. They do not disturb the sleep of my other half and so I love being able to gently tap the clock during the night to check the time, although I have come to dread green o'clock (6) when I have to get up and going to bed at red o'clock (2) is a definite no-no on a school night. I've always found it oddly comforting that when I have insomnia, orange o'clock (4) is there to see me through the night. So recently when I noticed the plastic casing of my Aurora Mood Clock was getting a bit shabby, I sought to replace it. The first one I ordered from IWOOT the alarm didn't work. The second one came without an adapter (lucky I had the old one eh?). The new clocks eat through AAA batteries, (even when used in conjunction with the mains adapter), the old ones would run on tiny coin batteries for years. The new clocks snooze when you tap them after the alarm goes off, the old ones a tap would stop the alarm (so now to stop the alarm you have to turn the clock over and attempt to find a tiny button on the base, all this in the dark and whilst trying not to hit a tiny button that changes the date and time and not turning off the alarm completely so your alarm fails to go off the following day and you end up sleeping late, missing your train and getting in to work late, not that that happened to me or anything ...). And don't get me started on the bizarre beeping noise that the new alarm makes, rather than making me want to get out of bed it actually makes me want to lob it across the room. I'll get used to the new clocks foibles, but the joy of ownership is diminished.
NIce wee funky clock which wasn't too expensive. Would recommend
This product looks like in the photos but only in low lighting, not the whole time... This product is also smaller than it appears. But for the price it does what it says on the tin
I bought this for my teenage son after I bought one for myself. A funky alarm clock that does what it says, changes colour when the alarm goes off or when you press it to find out the time. Good value for money and something a little quirky too !
I bought a few of these thinking they would be great as a nightlight for my niece, little cousins and my friend who insists on sleeping with some form of light on. As it turns out the light will only stay on if the clock is plugged into the mains which would be fine if it came with a plug. Have to go look for those elsewhere and decided against giving these as Christmas presents for that reason
I have already given feedback on this to say. It does work without an external power supply. Only in one situation, if you want the lights to stay on continuous rather than turning off after 30 seconds. do you need the external supply!
Gave it a friend for Xmas and they loved it so much. Unique fun way of making sure your friend won't be late again
WORKS VERY WELL AND IS AN EXCELLENT GIFT
Brought one of these years ago and it was ok but went wrong after around a year. Brought another one last Christmas hoping that they had got more reliable, but they haven't , if anything worse. The time display is difficult to see and after only a month, 2 of the 'elements' that display the time stopped working. A smart looking product but one of poor quality. Perhaps instead of being a clock they should be a countdown until they go wrong?