Lumie Bodyclock Shine 300 review

One-minute review

The Lumie Bodyclock Shine 300 is a wake-up light that rouses less harshly than a normal alarm, and the daily or weekly alarms can be configured precisely to your personal taste in brightness, duration and sound accompaniments. Lumie claims the sunset and sunrise function “promotes melatonin production”, and helps stop late night doom-scrolling on Twitter by promoting a more relaxed sunset wind-down.

Melatonin aside, the system is one of the best ways to wake up we’ve tried, only really outgunned by its bigger, more tech-packed siblings. Although the controls can be fiddly, and basic setup is relatively complicated, segueing into and out of sleep is a surprisingly painless experience. In addition, the dimmable bedside light function is excellent, preventing the usual scrabble in the dark for a phone charger plug.

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