|Item Model Number||HJ022|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Power source type||Corded-electric|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 16 x 22 cm|
The Gro Company Ollie The Owl Groclock with Storybook,
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- Glowing screen displays stars and sun images to communicate sleep and wake-up time
- Stars and hearts go out one-by-one during the night or naptime to show the passing of time
- Option to set two separate wake-up times (weekday/weekend or night-time/day-time nap)
- Adjustable screen brightness
- Optional audible alarm feature
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How do you get your children to understand when it's time to get up. It's easy "stay in bed until the stars have disappeared and the screen turns yellow" Ollie the Owl Groclock uses fun colours and images of the stars to communicate when to go back to sleep and when it's time to spring out of bed. For older children, they can learn to read the digital time, as well as looking for Ollie to wake up. The pack includes a brand new beautifully illustrated bedtime storybook - A Sky Full Of Dreams. Let Ollie take your little one on a big adventure in dreamland.
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- The buttons are bizarrely on the front, which can be a real invitation for little fingers to press away and change settings.
- It is ridiculously unintuitive to set up. Good luck figuring out the sequences between those 3 buttons to achieve a simple function. Who on earth designed the interface?
- You need to manually set it each night (otherwise it is just a clock). So you can't just set it to switch from the sun to the star automatically each night.
- It does not have a rechargeable battery, so it needs to be plugged in, which is disappointing in this day and age.
- It's actually smaller than I had expected.
- The digital time display is small and it has no option to display an analogue clock, which is a shame for kids learning to read numbers and the time.
- The key-lock only works after you have set it for the night (every night). So you have to set it for the night, then lock it. The next night unlock it so you can set it, then lock it again... bizarre.
That said, we will keep it because our little one loves it. Besides, there really isn't a lot of better options out there!
Be sure to be familiar with the setting up and progressively adjust to the time that the little one should be waking up! Baby steps thoug. Else if you try to make it go off say 30 mins later than the usual time, it won’t work in the body clock.