Kids Moon Sleep Clock

Kids Moon Sleep Clock
$79

While there are now a number of sleep trainer clocks available, the original sleep trainer clock was designed in Switzerland by Claessens Kids. 

Using the Kids Moon Sleep Clock will help everyone get more sleep. Your child will be able to see when it’s nearly time to get up and when it is morning time. All time settings are adjustable, and there are different time settings for weekday mornings, nap time and the weekend.

The Kids Moon Sleep Clock  is highly configurable and packed with features including:

  • Operates as traditional night light - as well as sleep trainer clock
  • 3 settings for night-time, nap time and weekend wake-up
  • 4 choices of wake-up alarm plus a silent mode
  • 4 levels of brightness - adjusted easily with a button
  • 4 choices of lullaby including heartbeat and running water (non-continuous)
  • ’Go to Sleep’ cycle as well as ’Wake up’ cycle

 Age suitability:

You can use this clock from birth as a nightlight and sound machine. The sleep trainer functions are recommended from about 2 1/2 years old.

 Highly Adjustable

The Kids Sleep Moon sleep traininer clock has many functions, and can be adjusted to suit the needs of your family.  The following settings can be adjusted in the clock’s menu:

  • Choice of 4 alarms and alarm volume
  • Choice of 4 lullabies and lullaby volume
  • Choose setting sun or emptying hourglass for ’Go to Sleep’ routine
  • Set wake up time for weekday wake up, weekend wake up, and afternoon nap
  • Adjust night light to light up half or full screen
  • Choose setting moon or emptying hourglass for ’Wake up Process’
  • Use Kids Sleep Moon with our without light on LCD display

In addition, the following functions can be easily adjusted using the buttons on the clock:

  • Brightness (4 settings)
  • Melody choice
  • Go to Sleep routine
  • Alarm on/off
  • Week/weekend wake up time (switch between)

 Nearly bedtime:

In the evening, there is an adjustable sunset time, to show your child it is nearly time for sleep.

 Sleep time mode:

Through the night, the clock can be used from birth as a traditional nightlight.

There are 4 choices of sounds - 2 lullabies, fountain and uterine heartbeat. These play for 3 minutes and then automatically shut off

 Nearly time to wake up:

In the morning, when the moon begins to set (you can adjust the duration), the child knows it’s nearly time to get up!  During this time, your child could read books or play quietly in their room, or stay in bed! 

Wake Up:

When it is your designated wake up time, the character displayed can be accompanied by any of the 4 choices of alarm or no noise (which means your child may stay asleep!). There are 4 levels of brightness for the wake-up function too.

Specifications:

Designed in Switzerland, made in China, with NZ / AU plug.

The clock does not tick as it is digital.

While we recommend using the clock plugged in, it can also operate with 3 AAA batteries.

 

 About Claeseens Kids:

One nice morning in the summer of 2000, Bastien, the oldest son of Vincent Claessens, called his father to tell him he had finished sleeping. It was… 5.30 a.m.! Thatis how the Claessens’Kids adventure really started! Vincent Claessens, father of 6 small children (Bastien, Arthur, Zoé, Fanny, Inès and Jade), and the founder of Claessens’Kids, then discovered that many parents face the same problem he has: young children often get up too early!

In fact, early in the morning, everything around the child seems to point out that it is actually time to get up: the light, the first noises of the morning, the chirping of the birds.. and yet it is wrong! And by the way, which adult has never been embarrassed when on a particular morning he did not have a watch to indicate that he could still get some… or even a lot of sleep!

The solution! Encouraged by this finding, Vincent Claessens invented the Kid’Sleep, the first nightlight with an alarm display for children. In a playful and educational way, it solves this problem that every very young child has: is it really time to get up or do I have to sleep a bit longer?

Once the idea had been found, Bastien, Vincent’s oldest son, who was then 3 years old, wasappointed head tester and in charge of Research & Development. Later his brother Arthur and his sisters Zoé and Fanny helped him in this difficult mission of improving and testing the Kid’Sleep. Of course, mummy was always there to validate each step. Finally, Bastien gave his father the definitive OK for launching the company.