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Buying Guide: People who like to sleep in total darkness will love this alarm clock
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Buying Guide: People who like to sleep in total darkness will love this alarm clock

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If you’re looking for an alarm clock that doesn’t have glaring bright numbers that keep you up at night, this dimmable alarm clock from Quntis is the perfect solution—but it can also do so much more.

Brightness Settings for Everyone

This digital alarm clock from Quntis allows you to easily adjust brightness settings from very dim to medium brightness to very bright. It also comes with a projector so you can read the time on your ceiling or wall. The projector can be rotated 180 degrees to keep the time out of sight while you’re sleeping, or it can be turned off entirely.

Multiple Alarms in One

If you’re sharing a bed but not a schedule with your partner, the two-alarm function will allow you to each wake up when you want. The snooze function can be adjusted from 5 to 60 minutes to customize the way you wake up. The alarm also has an FM radio built in so you can wake up to music you enjoy.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers gave this projection alarm clock an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars. They loved that it was easy to set up and easy to use. People who had trouble getting back to sleep after checking the time on their phone said the projection feature on this alarm allowed them to sleep more soundly since they could simply glance at the ceiling.

Quntis 360 Degree Projection Alarm Clock available from Amazon


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