- Quartz movement
- Light sensor and snooze timer
- Made of MDF (medium-density fibreboard) wood
- Size 3.15 x 4.33 x 4.57 inch, weight 0.49 lb
- Batteries: 3 x AAA (not included)
The EarlyBird is on top form – and wakes you up the natural way.
This product grew from a simple idea: People should be woken as naturally and gently as possible. So, our KOOKOO EarlyBird alarm clock relies not on electronic bells and whistles but on a dawn chorus. You can choose between the crowing of the rooster, the warbling of the golden oriole, the familiar call of the cuckoo, a raven in a meadow, or the harmonious tones of a yoga gong. The birdsongs are all authentic nature recordings made by French ornithologist and bioacoustics researcher Jean-Claude Roché – to make sure you get out of bed feeling chirpy every morning.
Whether you’re a night owl or a lark, the “wake up happy” function makes it easy to rise and shine. The three-stage crescendo takes the alarm tone from quiet to medium to loud. The dial can be illuminated at the touch of a button so you can see what time it is in the dark. And if it’s just too early to wake up, the snooze function lets you doze a little longer.
Needless to say, our EarlyBird isn’t just a feast for the ears, but for the eyes as well. This alarm clock features an understated modern design that makes a good match for any adult’s or child’s bedroom. The unconventional look of the birdhouse complements a breezy and informal home decor.
Alarm tones: rooster – golden oriole – cuckoo – raven – yoga gong
View product manual here.
- Set time, sound and alarm
- Different sounds
Thank you for designing such a joyful clock. I wake up happier. I am recently becoming something of a birder, so this clock reminds me of what I love! The field recordings are a thoughtful creative touch, and I so appreciate being introduced to Jean C. Roché's work. Through you I was introduced to his LP of Venezuelan birdcalls! The gong alarm sound is soothing, too. Again, thank you for the care and attention you have put into this clock. I consider it a utilitarian sculpture that sings...
Finally the clock has arrived, my son was really looking forward to it. He likes the Dog Sound the most. thanks