How does the Gro clock work?
How do you get your children to understand when it’s time to get up? It’s easy- “stay in bed until the blue sleepy time stars have disappeared and the screen turns yellow. The sun will have woken up and it’s wake up time for you too.”
The sun and stars Gro clock use fun images to communicate when to go back to sleep and when it’s time to spring out of bed. For older children, they can learn to read the digital time, as well as looking for the sun to wake up.
The pack includes a beautifully illustrated bedtime story book Sleepy Farm. Let the sweet farm animals keep your little one company as they all journey towards slumber time together. It is this combination of the simple glowing images and the bedtime story book which has already made the Gro-Clock incredibly popular in the UK and NZ.
There is a lot of information out there around the affects of “blue light” at night on sleep. The blue light discussion generally relates to blue light waves emitted from LED screens of TVs, computers, smartphones, video games and some light bulbs. When we’ve asked our customers for feedback about the Gro Clock’s blue illuminated face the responses suggested that it has little or no negative impact on their child’s sleep.
However, if it is a concern and you still want the benefits of a reliable sleep trainer clock you can adjust the brightness of the screen. If you don’t want the blue light visible at all at night (e.g., your child prefers sleeping in the dark) the Gro clock can be adjusted to “00” which means no light at all, right up to the brightest setting which works well as a nightlight.
When it’s time to wake up the Gro clock’s screen will light up in yellow and the sun icon will appear.