Tsumbay does it again – is this the best Wake Up light I’ve ever had? Maybe…

There are times when I am truly surprised by my own popularity. I mean, I know I’m awesome and all that but when my recent review of the Tsumbay wireless headphones reach such world renowned appeal that I’m also asked to review their “Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Tsumbay Touch Sensor Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, Sunrise Simulation, Color Changing, 3 Brightness, USB Rechargeable For Bedroom, Reading” (as titled on amazon), how can I refuse to acknowledge that I’ve hit the pinnacle of review perfection?

Read on, my dear friends to discover just how the “Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Tsumbay Touch Sensor Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, Sunrise Simulation, Color Changing, 3 Brightness, USB Rechargeable For Bedroom, Reading” can enhance your life just as it has done mine.

Firstly, let us break down the each part of the title claim. Does the box contain a Wake Up Light Alarm Clock? Well, yes there it is, hooray! It’s a great start for the “Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Tsumbay Touch Sensor Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, Sunrise Simulation, Color Changing, 3 Brightness, USB Rechargeable For Bedroom, Reading”.

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Look at that bad boy, #classy.

Moving on, do we have the Tsumbay Touch Sensor? Again, I can reply with a joyous affirmative. There is a touch sensor and it is indeed made by Tsumbay! Here is a picture of me enjoying the experience of touching the touch sensor. We can come back to what touching the touch sensor actually does later on in this exhaustive and brilliantly commissioned review.

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Touchy touchy.

Next, in order to test the claim that this remarkable device was a Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, I put it beside my bed. It performed this task brilliantly. Was it an LED nightlight? Well, I couldn’t bring myself to look inside but on the basis of the previous perfectly achieved results I was prepared to accept that there was indeed an LED inside this incredible contraption and that it could absolutely be employed for use at night. Lastly on this particular feature was the inclusion of 5 nature sounds. From the beaches of San Francisco to the jungles of Borneo, I was transported across the globe enjoying what might be Minky whale song on the way. If anyone was in any doubt, there are absolutely no less than five of what they choose to describe as ‘nature sounds’ available on the “Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Tsumbay Touch Sensor Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, Sunrise Simulation, Color Changing, 3 Brightness, USB Rechargeable For Bedroom, Reading”

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Pride of place!

The sunrise simulation was the one of the highlights for me. To consider this in more depth, I set up the “Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Tsumbay Touch Sensor Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, Sunrise Simulation, Color Changing, 3 Brightness, USB Rechargeable For Bedroom, Reading” on my window and didn’t close my curtains overnight. Would I notice the difference between the growing intensity of this pseudo-sun versus the real thing? Amazingly not! I awoke refreshed from my nightly slumber to discover that the “Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Tsumbay Touch Sensor Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, Sunrise Simulation, Color Changing, 3 Brightness, USB Rechargeable For Bedroom, Reading” and the actual Sun were both shining with great enthusiasm. Chalk another win up on the board.

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Indistinguishable from the real thing, I think we can all agree.

I then moved on to the color changing and 3 brightness functions and it was here that the previously discovered touch sensor came into play. These were tricky to get working but once the 11 year old Child showed us how to get it going, Mrs P and I were changing colour and brightness like you wouldn’t believe! The three brightness settings (four if you include our preferred default of ‘off’), do have to be scrolled through individually but once you get the colours into action then things really kick off. Blue, pink, green and yellow all bring their own unique personality to the party and the best thing is that they swap all by themselves which is only annoying after the first thirty seconds!!

Nearing the end of this incredible list of benefits, we saw that the USB Rechargeable For Bedroom feature was so flexible that it worked in the living room, dining room hall or even the kitchen. A truly remarkable feature.

 

You can plug this thing in anywhere, incredible!

Finally, I’m not sure if ‘Reading’ was a statement, option or promise but by scraping the metaphorical barrel of my intelligence I realised that by combining the “Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Tsumbay Touch Sensor Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, Sunrise Simulation, Color Changing, 3 Brightness, USB Rechargeable For Bedroom, Reading” with a book, I could read the book in bed at night then fall asleep and wake up to the noise sound of Minky whales or howler monkeys. My life, and therefore by proxy, your life is complete. Now, if only I could remember how to turn off the bloody colour change option…

Just a bit of light bed time reading, as you do

Tsumbay sent me this review model but you can buy your very own “Wake Up Light Alarm Clock, Tsumbay Touch Sensor Bedside Lamp LED Night Light with 5 Nature Sounds, Sunrise Simulation, Color Changing, 3 Brightness, USB Rechargeable For Bedroom, Reading” right here, although it seems to be a US purchase only right now, maybe they will realise what a missed opportunity that is and make it available here in Blighty soon.

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