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From 2011, the Xbo Sleep phase alarm clock is equipped with a newly developed function: iSnooze. This results in the possibility of intelligent snoozing and stress-free “staying there”. The sleeping is how in the sleep optimal for him aroused, can, however, decide whether he wants to activate the snooze function maximum two times. “To wake up the main promise of” a sleep cycle best for wake-, of course remains and generally characterizes the uniqueness of iSnooze as also the Xbo Sleep phase alarm clock. 2010 the color spectrum of the Xbo cover was also extended and therefore brings more color to the bedroom. The clip-on covers have been supplemented in addition to the basic colors of black and white to a fiery red. For this year are new cover in planning, and in leather. A new accessory is designed for frequent travelers.

Tucked in the practical travelbag he becomes the permanent travel companion Xbo and still provides a good morning at the jetting through the time zones. So everyone works the Xbo Sleep phase alarm clock traverses the night several cycles, where is deep and less deep sleep phases always alternate. Each of these phases is characterized by different body movements. Alone be distinguished by means of this activity the phases of sleep and so the optimal wake-up time determined. Xbo wakes within the last 30 minutes before the desired alarm time gently from an sleep phase optimal for wake-, in a so-called almost awake moment.

Thus, the Xbo Sleep phase alarm clock allows an easy start in the day and ensures an increased well-being and full performance of the day. Be available in the trade & online which can Xbo Sleep phase alarm clock as a single or ordered execution (for two people) in different colours on from 179 euro couple. Photos & sound bites for downloading: Print quality photos are available online at to download available. Sound bites on Boris ice, inventor of the Xbo Sleep phase alarm clock press information.

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