Pure Twilight Bedside DAB Clock Radio

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All-time low: £139.95 on 15/11/2016

Description

Introducing the PURE Twilight Bedside DAB & FM Clock Radio, which combines an energy efficient lamp featuring flexible lighting options with a DAB digital and FM radio alarm clock. It also features built-in relaxing sounds and lullabies, an iPod input, headphone socket and a USB PowerPort for charging your mobile devices by your bedside.

Twilight is also a fully featured digital and FM radio or you can plug in your iPod/MP3 player. You can set up to four alarms with optional dawn simulation, plug in USB accessories or charge your mobile using the handy PowerPort. Other features include a headphone socket, sleep timer, large autodimming LCD display, touch-sensitive controls and satin-touch finish.

Built in lullabies including ‘twinkle, twinkle, little star’ and ‘rock-a-bye baby’ and Pure sounds like ‘wind chimes’ and ‘cicadas’ provide an assortment of relaxing ambient sounds. Combine them with preset lighting moods like ‘Fire’ or ‘Ocean’ and Twilight can bring calm to the most hectic of days.

Twilight’s six LED lights use 5.4W compared to the 45W of an equivalent incandescent bulb and provide a whole range of lighting options from a warm glowing nightlight, dawn simulation and coloured mood lighting to a simple bright reading lamp.

Twilight features a Pure PowerPort.

A standard 5V USB socket, PowerPort enables you to plug in and power USB accessories such as lights, fans, mobile phone chargers and more. PowerPort is not suitable for use with a USB hub or for charging items which draw more than 500mA of current (such as an iPad).