Top 5 Best Alarm Clocks That Wake You Up Fresher

Alarm clocks benefit you with consistent schedule and normal sleep patterns. Waking up around the same time each day is beneficial for your internal biological clocks. [1]

So if you like to enjoy the benefits mentioned above, and looking for the best alarm clock, the list below will simplify your search.


1. Electrohome EAAC601 (under $25)
Electrohome EAAC601 automatically sets the time and date and saves all your alarm settings when the power goes out.

Pros:
• Reads the temperature.
• Easy to use & setup.

Cons:
• The menus aren’t as intuitive as other clocks.
• You can`t adjust the projected image from vertical to horizontal.

Electrohome EAAC601 Video Review
Features:
• Reviewed by 10.823 verified buyers – 4.1 out of 5 stars - READ USER REVIEWS
• Projection Alarm Clock with AM/FM Radio, Battery Backup, Auto Time Set, Dual Alarm & 3.5mm Audio Input
• Feature-rich alarm clock radio that offers a large, crystal clear 3.6" blue LCD display that can be dimmed to adjust to your brightness preference
• Project time or even temperature onto your walls or ceiling so that the time will always be in full view.
• 180-degree swivel projection means you’ll never have to roll over to view the time again.
• Automatically adjusts to Daylight Savings Time & includes pre-programmable daily dual alarm option with weekend cancellation for you and your partner - wake to radio, buzzer, and time projection
• Listen to your favorite music using your iPhone, iPad, Android, or MP3 device through the 3.5mm AUX input or using the built in AM/FM radio with digital tuning
• Advanced SelfSet technology automatically displays the correct time/date and this clock even restores alarm settings after power loss (built-in Lithium battery)
• Dimensions: 3.5 x 5.5 x 4.8 inches; 1.23 pounds
           

2. Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb (under $32)
Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb has been proven to wake up even the heaviest sleepers for years.

Wake up early but don't want to disturb others?

Turn off the volume and wake silently with the adjustable strength bed shaker.

Great choice for heavy sleepers and those who have hearing loss

Pros:
• Very effective bed shaker.
• Crazy loud and obnoxious.
• Very lightweight and doesn't take up a lot of space.

Cons:
• No USB port to charge your mobile devices.

Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb Video Review
Features:
• Reviewed by 6.418 verified buyers – 4.3 out of 5 stars - READ USER REVIEWS
• Extra-Loud Dual Alarm Clock with Red Flashing Alert Lights and a Powerful Bed Shaker
• Turbo charged loud, vibrating alarm clock
• Shakes you awake with powerful bed shaker and adjustable extra loud alarm
• Built-in pulsating alert lights
• Adjustable volume and tone
• Snooze defuser
• Large red LCD
• Explosive red display
• Battery back-up, will work with optional 220V adapters
• Black with red accents
• 113db extra-loud alarm with adjustable tone & volume control
• Packaged with our newest most powerful 12 volt bed shaker
• 5-level dimmer & test function to ensure your clock is setup properly
• Dual Alarm and equipped with 12/24 hour time capability
• Built-in red flashing alert lights, and battery backup
• Also available in assorted colors
• Dimensions: 7 x 7 x 6 inches; 1.6 pounds
           

3. RCA RCD30 (under $12)
RCA RCD30 boasts a large, red 1.4-inch LED for increased visibility. The time and alarm indicator are clearly displayed and the hi/lo brightness control let’s you adjust the time readout as needed.

Pros:
• Easy to use.
• No unnecessary fluff.
• Well made and sturdy.
• Adjustable display brightness.
• Not deafening and not so soft.

Cons:
• Too bright.

RCA RCD30 Video Review
Features:
• Reviewed by 4.811 verified buyers – 3.9 out of 5 stars - READ USER REVIEWS
• Digital Alarm Clock with Large 1.4" Display
• Power Type-Battery. AC Powered. No worry battery back-up (9V battery not included)
• Large full-width snooze button
• Alarm Indicator
• Brightness control: high/low display setting.
• Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 6 inches; 0.16 ounces
           

4. Philips HF3520 (under $138)
Philips HF3520 provides a pleasant, natural way to start your morning.

Select the time you want to wake up, and let a gentle sunrise ease you into your day. 30 minutes before your chosen wake-up time, the light will come on, very gently at first, and getting gradually brighter and brighter.

Pros:
• Tap-to-snooze is very convenient.
• LED bulb never needs to be changed.
• Sticky rubber keeps it from sliding around.
• Colored sunrise is nicer than plain white light.
• Soothing sounds wake you up peacefully, not rudely.
• Very bright at full intensity; lights up the entire room easily.

Cons:
• No battery backup.
• No automatic day/weekend switch.
• No line in or sd card slot for your own music.
• Can be difficult to program the time and other settings.

Philips HF3520 Video Review
Features:
• Reviewed by 4.220 verified buyers – 4.1 out of 5 stars - READ USER REVIEWS
• Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Colored Sunrise Simulation and Sunset Fading Night Light
• Light therapy lamp and natural sunrise alarm clock for improving your sleep, energy, and well-being.
• Philips’ #1 best-selling wake- up light alarm clock. Only Philips wake- up lights are clinically proven to help you wake up feeling more refreshed.
• Relax and drift off to sleep with dimming sunset and sounds. Colored sunrise simulation alarm clock wakes you gradually with a natural light lamp and a speaker that plays a choice of 5 wake-up sounds, or FM radio with tap-to-snooze
• New! PowerBackUp+ feature maintains internal clock settings and back-up alarm for at least 8 hours in the event of power failure.
• Can be used as a bedside reading lamp with 10 brightness settings.
• Dimensions: 19.9 x 14.6 x 19.2 inches; 4.7 pounds
           

5. Travelwey (under $20)
Travelwey comes with large 1.8 inch LED digits are bright and clear to see from across the room, and during the night the digits can be dimmed to your own personal comfort level so it does not disturb sleeping.

Pros:
• Easy to use.
• Excellent display.
• Very soft illumination.
• Battery backup to ensure it’s always powered.

Cons:
• No radio alarm.
• No extra frills.

Travelwey Video Review
Features:
• Reviewed by 3.558 verified buyers – 4.4 out of 5 stars - READ USER REVIEWS
• Outlet Powered Home LED Digital Alarm Clock
• EXTREMELY SIMPLE TO OPERATE - The cool clock has been designed with absolute simplicity in mind and you will have no problem whatsover operating it. Easy for boys, girls, toddler, kids, teens, seniors and the elderly.
• NIGHT LIGHT - Are your kids scared of the dark? Do you like to read in bed? No problem. The Travelwey Bedside Alarm Clock comes with a bigger than average night light which can be activated by a simple press of the top button.
• LOUD ALARM AND SNOOZE - The best alarm clock for heavy sleepers. The bedside alarm clock comes with one of the loudest alarms available which can be set at Low or High in volume and will continue for 5 minutes ensuring you definitely wake up. There is also a 9 minute snooze that can be continually pressed until the alarm itself is switched off. Perfect for the partially deaf and the hearing impaired.
• JUMBO ILLUMINATED LED DIGITS WITH DIMMABLE SLIDER - The red numbers on the clock are very clear with extra bright quality, easy to see in daylight, though for times when a lesser brightness is required such as at night you can use the dimmer slider to reduce the brightness to your own personal comfort level, perfect and unintrusive.
• AC 120V ELECTRIC POWERED, WITH BATTERY BACK UP - To power the clock, just plug the power cord into a standard US 120V outlet (do not use with 240V) and you are good to go. Pop in two AAA batteries for back up in case of a power outage. During battery back up the screen goes blank but alarm and time settings are retained and the alarm will still sound. On demand access to the time is possible during back up.
• Also available in assorted colors
• Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.3 x 2.4 inches; 9.6 ounces
           


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