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Color Name: Green
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OK to Wake, glows a soft yellow in the evening and turns green in the morning at the time parent's specify. Kids take pride in waiting for the green light before they come visit mom and dad with the knowledge of a job well-done. This ingenious product is a life-saver for sleep-deprived parents for whom every extra moment of sleep is a luxury. Kid-friendly shape, parent-friendly design - kids love pressing the fun "toe" buttons which invoke funny facial animations on the LCD. Cleverly concealed parental control panel provides access to clock settings and instructions. Handy "Nap Timer" allows parents to put kids down for a nap without disrupting other settings. For older kids who want to get up "on their own", OK to Wake. is also an alarm clock with Snooze function - just like mom and dad's. Comes with both green bug and pink flower face plates for a boy or a girl. Operates on 4 AA batteries (not included), no power adapter needed. Easy to set up and use.
Can't be plugged in and batteries die every other day. Keep your moneyPublished 2 months ago by David Cayer
My grand son is learning to stay in bed with this device.Published 3 months ago by Leah Blanchet -Calgary, Alberta
Easy to set, works great. My little girl gets so excited when it turns green..."time to get up Mommy!"Published 3 months ago by Tammy Wruth
Another win for us. Our son went immediately from waking up and calling out for us at 5am to waking up...and then waiting until the "alien" turned green to come and get us. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Valkeri
Cute clock. Two year old loves to yell "green means go" when light shows it is ok to wake us up. Has worked for past four months quite wellPublished 4 months ago by ang
Awesome - my toddler figured out the green light means get up within a couple days - really helpful to build a routine :)Published 4 months ago by Scott Burnett
My husband purchased this and it worked lovely for the first month or so, maybe less than that and now I'm replacing batteries every 2 weeks. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Juliana
great idea. i only wish i didn't have to open the back to set/turn off the alarm each day.Published 8 months ago by Joseph