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The Minahasa people of Indonesia believe that owls were created to keep people safe, especially children. Owls can't sleep at night because they're obligated to look out for danger while the village is at rest. Different owl calls have different meanings, and when someone wishes to travel, they listen for a message from the owls – one sound means that it's safe to leave, and another means it's better to stay home.
The OK to Wake Owl Clock and Nitelite from American Innovative takes his watchful duties equally seriously, but he's on guard for a different kind of danger: your impatient child waking you up at the crack of dawn. The Owl Clock signals to your child when it's time to get up... or when it's time to let Mom and Dad get a few more minutes of precious shut-eye.
This soft and cuddly plush bird wears a sweet little nightcap and nightshirt, and uses lights and sounds to communicate with kids. When it's time to go to bed, press the Owl's belly and his face glows yellow, and he plays reassuring lullabies. If your child wakes before it's time to get up, he can press the Owl's belly again for more yellow light and more lullabies. When it's time to get up, the Owl's face glows green, and kids can press his belly again for fun wake-up tunes. A nap timer uses the same functions over a briefer period.
You control the OK to Wake Owl Clock's settings with a hidden control panel, with a digital clock display that also lets you adjust volume and brightness. The Owl requires three AA batteries, which last about three months with normal use.
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