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How do you get your children to understand when it's time to get up? SIMPLE "'stay in bed until you see the sun!" This updated version of the Gro-clock uses fun images of the stars and sun to communicate when to go back to sleep and when it's time to get up. Due to popular request, this version of the Gro-Clock has a new feature allowing parents to choose whether or not to display the digital clock during the usual stars to sun' countdown. So for older children, they can now start to learn digital time, as well as look for the arrival of the sun!
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Rated 5 out of
Finally we can sleep!Our 2 1/2 year old twins used to wake up 4 to 5 times a night EACH and they would usually be up by 5:30 in the morning, they were so sleep deprived and grumpy all day (and so were we!) I was a little skeptical about these clock and let's be honest having to buy 2 of them is a little pricey... But we finally did purchased them and they are AMAZING in only 5 days both girls go to bed at 7:30 and stay in bed ALL night until "the sun comes up" at 7 the next morning. Just a tip, For the first few days we set the clock for 5:30 am just so they felt successful about staying in bed and gradually worked our way to 7. Oh and make sure to keep the instruction manual! they're a bit tricky to set up the first time and it's handy to have for when you have babysitters and your kids decide to unplug the clocks!!
Date published: 2015-02-18
Rated 1 out of
Be careful if you travel!!! Very disapointed - Don't buyBesides the fact that it is a bit complicated to set, once set, it worked nicely with our kids. However, the 2 times we travelled with it, it broke!!!!!! We are from Montreal and travelled to Portugal. We used it with an adaptor, and it stopped working (only electric device that broke during thath trip). We decided to buy another one.... Then, we travelled to Cuba (same electricity as Canada). When we plugged it, it stopped working again!!! I wrote the company and they did nothing. Just saying you should not travel with it. If so, they should write it in big. They did not offer any compensation. Now I need to buy another clock but will NEVER buy a gro clock again....
Date published: 2015-12-04
Rated 5 out of
Time Change TroublesReally really love this clock. Between a time change and moving my two little guys sleep patterns were quite messed up and they were tired from getting up way to early. This has really helped and they love it when they wake up to the sun. The clock was fairly straight forward to program and I like that it has a lock feature as my little one tried to push the buttons. The ability to adjust the brightnes is great. Last the resting function is great as my kids are only with me part-time and a little energy saving doesn't hurt.
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 5 out of
Excellent clock! This has made such a difference for us!This clock has been amazing for my daughter. We started using it when she was 2 years old and we still use it twice daily over a year later. I love that you can set a morning wake up time and a nap wake up time, so you don't have to adjust it each time you use it. They also suggest that you could use it as a weekday time and a weekend time if you want to be able to sleep in. I found it very easy to set up and use and have had no problem explaining it to family when they babysit. You just press select for the night time or nap time and hit enter. It's so simple that my daughter learned to set it herself within a few weeks. I put it on her dresser, rather than her night table, so I have had no problem with her touching the buttons. It faces her bed and the clock is clear enough that she can easily see how many stars are left until she can get up. My daughter is very sensitive to light when sleeping, but it's not overly bright and the changing light has never woken her up. You can also turn off the backlight completely if needed. She's still too young to be interested in the digital time, but I like that it's there for when she's older.
Date published: 2016-01-19
Rated 2 out of
Must have patience for this clockThe clock is a great idea, as long as you don't have a toddler that likes to press buttons. The setting up is very finicky. Once set up it works well but if it is touched then it is very difficult to get it back to the right setting. Still unsure why there isn't a way to program when its actually bedtime and not just when to wake up and nap time. Have had 2 other family member try and figure this clock out and they all had difficulties with it too.
Date published: 2015-03-19
Rated 5 out of
Truly worksWe'd heard about this for ages and for some reason didn't buy it, though my son at 3 and 4 years old still woke up 1-2x per night. We made an exception that he could lie in our bed if it was already morning (5:30am or after); however, there were still times he'd come in earlier. After this happening regularly for about a year, one time it happened again and we reminded him about the morning rule. He said "But how do I know when it's morning?" That was about the clearest sign to finally get the clock. Even us adults need a clock at times to remind us to go back to bed; so why shouldn't it be the same for kids - if not more so? Long story short, it's been very successful and has been very effective. Sure, there's the odd time he doesn't follow it - but it's certainly the exception. Kids really do get attached to it, and he can't wait at bedtime to see the sun turn into the star and go to sleep. We've almost made it an event which reinforces the idea behind it. It's money well spent, and I'd advise anyone not to even think twice if they're dealing with this issue. The downside is really small if it doesn't work, but the upside is truly priceless if it does.
Date published: 2016-02-05
Rated 4 out of
I love this clockMy daughter now knows when it's time to go to bed whenever she sees "Steve" (LOL) the star. She loves it.
Date published: 2014-07-03
Rated 5 out of
It worked for us!This product has been a lifesaver for us. Our 2.5 year old daughter recently transitioned from her crib to a bed, and once she had the freedom to get up on her own in the morning she went from sleeping until about 7 a.m. to getting up and heading to our room around 5 a.m. We started using the Gro Clock a week ago and she is now sleeping until 6:30 a.m. I originally set it for 6 a.m. and have been increasing the time by 10 minute intervals every couple days. The first morning didn't go very well but I think she didn't quite grasp the concept yet. The second morning she was up before the sun showed on the clock but I brought her back to her bed and she stayed until the sun. Every morning since then she has stayed in her room (sometimes awake and sometimes still sleeping) until she sees the sun on the clock. My only complaint is that the screen can be rather bright. My daughter has never slept with a night light so she is used to her room being very dark. You can adjust the brightness of the screen (I have it on 1, the brightest being 10). I think some of the waking the first couple nights was because of the clock lighting up her room slightly, but she has seemed to adjust to it now.