OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light

This bedside alarm clock features fun animations that give it personality! The convenient nap timer and dual night light that glows green to tell children it’s OK to get out of bed make this alarm clock a must-have for families with young children! Includes two fun, interchangeable faceplates: pink flower and green bug. USB cord with battery backup (4 AA, not included). Wall adaper not included. Approximately 4.5″.

Product Features

  • Bedside clock with night-light glows green when it’s OK for your child to get out of bed
  • Features an alarm clock with snooze, convenient nap timer, interchangeable faceplats, and fun animations that give it personality!
  • Easy for parents to program; grows with families by helping them get more sleep, and then teaching children independence
  • Approximately 4.5″
  • USB cord with battery backup (4 AA, not included); please note that wall adaper is not included…you may use any USB wall adaper you already own for phones, etc.

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3 Responses to OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light

  1. Cj says:

    Packed full of features! Battery life added to review! I was so hesitant to buy this because of the negative reviews (and the price)- but I’m really REALLY glad I did get it. So how it works is, you can set the time, and can also set the time of the morning that you’d like it to turn green (indicating to your child that it’s now OK to get up). This feature can be used, or not. You can also decide how LONG you want it to stay green (mine is set to an hour) but you can shut the green light off when your child gets up by tapping the foot. There is…

  2. Julia R says:

    Saved me from my early riser! Life changing! This product has saved my life. My daughter (22 months) has been a terrible sleeper since birth. First I could never put her down (so I slept sitting up), then when I finally got her in a crib, she would wake up multiple times a night. Even when she started sleeping more steadily, she would wake up at 4AM. Everyday. Sometimes earlier. And she wouldn’t just wake up and chill by herself – she would immediately start crying, wanting me to come get her. I would cry out of exhaustion. I looked…

  3. Kristen G says:

    17 month old understands the concept When our baby was about 17 months old I started having back trouble and had to move her to a toddler bed since it hurt to lift her out of a crib. We bought this clock and I began training her to stay in bed until the light came on. When she got out of bed I told her “no, the clock is not on; you have to stay in bed” and returned her there. Once the green light came on I made a big deal about “the light is on! Time to get up! Yay!” She tested the theory a couple times, and I did…

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