Gro Company Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer Now £15.99

Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer £15.99

If your kids love to get up at the crack of dawn this could just be the answer to your problems. The Gro Company Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer is a favourite with many parents, and the price has just dropped to less than half the RRP. It's down to just £15.99 (rrp £34.99) at Boots, and both Amazon and John Lewis have matched the price so you can bag it for this bargain price at a choice of stores!

The clock works by showing children when it is time to sleep and time to get out of bed with easy sun and star faces. You set the night time routine with a snoozy blue star picture, and set the time you want your child to get up as a bright smiley sun.

It comes with a story book to help explain how the clock works, plus full instructions on how to get the most out of your sleep trainer.

Gro Company Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer Now £15.99

Although this isn't going to make small ones stay in bed if they are determined to spring up at 5am, it does give them an easy way to see when it's bedtime and waking up time, which can be tricky for them with the change in seasons, when the clocks change and before they are able to read a clock.

Reviews are great, and as this is less than half price it might just be worth a go if you are getting woken up at daft-o'clock everyday. After all, what price would you put on a decent night's sleep! Worth a try?

TOPICS:   Sleeping   Baby Gear

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  • Lindsey J.

    Didn’t work for us :frowning2:

  • Amy O.

    it worked a treat for my 3 year old from day one and still does now. she was getting up at 4am not knowing the time. now she waits for the sun. worth every pemny for some sleep:grinning:

  • Dawn W.

    Best thing I've ever bought!

  • Lucy C.

    Thank you Hun will get that ordered for the girls xxxx

  • Kara K.

    My daughter pays no notice to it :rolling_eyes:

  • Katie H.

    Load of rubbish! They get up to tell you it’s not time yet! Still stars left, the sun hasn’t come up!

  • Laura S.

    Ooh thanks will get it ready for his big boy roomx

  • Sharon P.

    Worked for us. My daughter had it age 2, she’s now 8 and still loves her sunshine clock.

  • Gemma G.

    Best thing we ever bought.

  • Paul H.

    maybe i started mine too young with it, but even now, Emily just shrugs it off!

  • Marie B.

    Until they figure out how to change it themselves

  • Natalie R.

    Didn't work for me :pensive: she would get up just to tell me how many stars were left

  • Nichola J.

    Worked for my daughter aged 2. She knew the story that goes with it off by heart which really helped her understand why you need sleep

  • Colleen W.

    My son used to shout in every hour, its not morning yet! :weary:

  • Vicky C.

    Its worked for my boys for years:thumbsup_tone1:

  • Kate R.

    Best thing I ever purchased when my daughter was younger. Saved my sanity when I was on the edge

  • Vicky H.

    Best thing ever! Only was I get a lie in of a weekend. My daughter is 6 now and will stay in bed till sun comes up. Vx

  • Katy M.

    My 3 year old says the clock is ‘too slow’ and so gets up before the alarm/sun comes up :confused:

  • Emma L.

    Got one for my LG as she likes getting up early...she couldn’t care less about the clock :see_no_evil: didn’t work for us.

  • Caitlin Y.

    May be worth a try now it's only £16!

  • Dani B.

    We have it :joy: it’s actually amazing it gets him to stay in bed until 7. He still wakes at 6.30 but he’ll stay in bed until the clock turns yellow lol

  • Chris S.

    I bought one of these for my 4 year old son who is an early riser. Usually shouts from his bedroom to ours "is it time to get up" this is usually between 4 and 5 o clock every morning. He usually ends up waking our 6 month old when he is shouting. We bought the clock hoping that he could see the colour, realise its not time to get up and hopefully go back to sleep. Absolutely no chance. Whoever designed this made a big mistake. In theory it's a great idea, but it's far to easy for my son to press the buttons and bring the "sun up" then he wakes us telling us it's time to get up. We know it's not because of the time we set it for the sun to rise.

  • Sharon P.

    It has a lock on it. Also the way to use it is to set it at the time they currently wake up. Then ina few days move the time forward 15 minutes, then when they are used to it move it forward again.

  • Chris S.

    Sharon Perry didn't know about the lock. Thanks

  • Sharon P.

    There is lock option, press and hold a certain button once it’s set

  • Charlene M.

    Glad it's not just my child who does this... :joy: "the sun is taking too long I've had enough sleep now" x

  • Teresa F.

    Best thing my daughter purchased, worked for her twin boys.

  • Ccoiyne C.

    Been a good send. Comes through happy in morning when yellow

  • Esther Y.

    I had this for my daughter. They are brilliant and the little story book it comes with is good too.

  • Trudy F.

    There's a child lock on it. I think it's the down button you hold onto after they've activated the sleep mode. X

  • Donna G.

    Got one and tried it with my 5 year old, he completely ignored it and still came into our bed in the middle of the night, might work better on younger ones.

  • Em R.

    Yeah these are wot i was on about they are canny

  • Megan M.

    We love our ones. Both of our children wait in bed until the sun comes up and if they wake early they'll even look at a book while waiting! So good to get a full night sleep :joy: x

  • Sheena V.

    Yes I used it for my son & now use it for my daughter, they're brill for kids who can't tell the time!

  • Lynsey W.

    I started at 6 weeks with Brooke and still use it now x

  • Stacey W.

    Best thing ever!!! Got it when she was about 2, shes 6 now and will not let me take it out her room :joy:

  • Emily G.

    This is what I’ve got for josh. Deco recommend for when Alfie is older. X

  • Andy B.

    My daughter wakes up most days before the sun comes up but with the clock we have taught her that she can play in her room till the sun does come up! It’s been a lifesaver (sleepsaver) :grinning:

  • Emma M.

    Love our gro clocks they are brilliant x

  • Jennifer H.

    picked it up yesterday. Thanks xx

  • Holly E.

    Aww. Mila is cute so all can be forgiven x

  • Julie F.

    Doesn't always work but it helps for little ones to know it's not morning yet

  • Samantha J.

    I have a 4 nearly 5 year old that hasn’t slept through the night since he was about 1.5 years old. Constantly in our bed, which means none of us sleep! Bought this because hey, if it doesn’t work, someone will buy it.. ITS A MIRACLE! Month in, and we wouldn’t be without it now. Slept through the first night, and came in after the “sun” was up. The sun is set for 7, he comes in about half 6 and we have cuddles til 7 but it’s more bearable than 3am! Seriously worth the money! :heart:

  • Kayleigh S.

    Oliver's is out of reach! X

  • Heather A.

    I have had mine for 4 years, daughter is now 7 and still loves it :blush:

  • Helen W.

    Brilliant. Never explained the stars counting down just said if it’s not yellow it’s nighttime. Been using it four years now and no more early wake ups :ok_hand_tone2:

  • Arlene M.

    Love ours and when we moved house I bought a second one when kids separated rooms. Used nightly by by 3 and 6 yr old.

  • Paula M.

    Best thing I bought my daughter

  • Julie G.

    Got one for my granddaughter and it works a treat

  • Jodie H.

    If only my 1 year old could tell the time :triumph:

  • Zoe M.

    Had it around 5 years dd has never paid attention to the difference of blue and yellow, up at anytime between 5.30 and 6.30, she's 8 now but she still makes us set it every evening...

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