The NEW Lumie SAD Light Therapy Desklamp Light

Treatment Time 30 Mins

NEW for Winter 2011! 

  • Desklamp is an unobtrusive lightbox that's certified to the Medical Device directive and delivers the industry standard 10,000 lux at a very practical 20cm.

  • Bright light is proven to be an effective treatment for SAD and using Desklamp every day over the autumn and winter will make a big difference to symptoms such as tiredness, over-eating and a lack of energy and motivation.

  • Desklamp is the obvious choice for use at work; it looks like a 'normal' light so no-one need know that you're getting light therapy at your desk. The high-contrast light is also great for reading and task lighting.

  • The LEDs used in Desklamp have extra light output in the blue part of the spectrum that's known to be particularly effective at regulating circadian rhythms. Touch-control lighting offers four light levels making it a versatile light therapy option.

  • The diffuser is also removeable. With it off, recommended treatment time is just 30 minutes; or leave it on for softer spread of light and use it for around 60 minutes. There's no harm in having Desklamp switched on all day; alternatively, if you're away from your desk you can make up your recommended session by dipping in throughout the day.

  • Just as sunlight naturally makes you feel good, getting extra bright light when you're stuck indoors is proven to put you in a better mood, boost alertness and help you to feel more awake.

  • 30 mins use (with diffuser off)
  • 10,000lux at 20cm
  • Flexible neck
  • Touch-control lighting
  • 96 blue-enriched white LEDs
  • Excellent light for reading and tasks
  • Height 55cm, Width 29cm, Depth 20cm
  • 1.7kg


Click here to read instructions of how to use your SAD Lightbox

Additional Information

Guide to SAD and Light Therapy >

View and download Operating Instructions >



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