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The snooze you lose: Naming sunrise alarm clocks

Do you wake up in the middle of the night to check the time only to discover that you have more time for sleep? Does the stress from checking the time keep you from falling back asleep? 


Put your worries to bed PopNamers, a “sleep box” may be the perfect solution. Dreamed up by Mark Zuckerberg for his wife, a “sleep box” emits a glowing light to wake you up without looking at the time. This isn’t the only style though. Many companies have created similar sunrise alarm clocks with audio and visual features to provide a more natural, and less alarming, wake-up experience.


Don’t hit the snooze button on this one PopNamers! What would you name these not-so-alarming clocks?

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    See The Light


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    Wake Ease


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    Wakey Wakey


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    Rise ‘n Shine


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    Sun Doo


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    Light ‘n Up


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    Soundless Sleep


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    Time and Sleep


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    Un-alarm clock


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    Glow Clock

    Elle M Enno

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    Light Sleepers


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    Dream Diffuser

    Elle M Enno

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