Zazu Bobby Childrens Sleep Trainer Clock

Designed to teach your child when it is time to sleep and when it is ok for them to get up and out of bed each morning


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Zazu Bobby Childrens Sleep Trainer Clock

The Zazu Bobby Childrens Sleep trainer clock is designed to teach your child when it is time to sleep and when it is ok for them to get up and out of bed each morning.  The analogue clock face helps to teach the time and the function to open and close Bobby’s eyes indicate to your little one when it is sleep time – eyes closed, and awake time – eyes open. For older children an integrated alarm clock is also available


Eyes open & close. Bobby’s eyes close at bedtime and open in the morning when it is ok to get up.

Analogue and digital time. Easy for children to learn and understand.

Alarm clock. For older children who prefer an alarm.


How to use the Bobby Sleep Trainer Clock

Time to sleep – When it is time to sleep Bobby closes his eyes.

Just a little longer – Bobby’s eyes are still closed. Just a little longer

OK to get up – Bobby’s eyes open, it’s OK to get up now!


Technical Info

  • Operates on batteries (3 x AAA, not included)
  • Measurements: 12 x 12 x 12 cm
  • Diameter screen: 10 cm
  • Bobby is not a toy and is tested according to international regulations
  • Age recommendation: As of 3 years. Depending on development of child.


Top Tip…

Bedtime routines are important for children. Regardless of age, regular schedules and bedtime rituals help us to get the sleep we need and to function at properly each day. When it comes to children, this is especially true. Establishing and maintaining good sleeping habits help your child to fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up rested and refreshed. It may also prevent future sleep problems. Good sleep habits can not only take the stress out of bedtime, but can help make it the special time it should be for you and your child.


There are no hard-and-fast rules for bedtime, and as always, there is individual variation. Your child is unique. If your routine is working, then it is probably best for you. However setting a regular bedtime and wake time sets and aligns expectations for both you and your child and allows you to plan the bedtime routine accordingly.