Greeting the morning is not always an easy thing to do. You have an alarm blaring in your ear, and are forced to deal with an extremely bright light shortly after you’ve woken up. This is undoubtedly not the best way to approach your beginning to the day.
The Wake-To-Light iPhone Alarm Clock makes sure that you’re not jostled awake by obnoxious noises or blinding lights. It uses a lamp and music that get progressively brighter and louder over time so that you can wake up slowly, rather than being tossed into your morning. You can choose either a 30 or 10 minute progression, and whether the light and tunes work in tandem or alternatively. There are four 2-watt speakers on the front, accompanied by two bass reflex ports in the back. This is all optimized by five equalizer presets, but should you choose to use headphones instead, there is a port available. This alarm clock will cost you about $130, and will work with most iPods, iPhones, and other music devices.