Verilux VT20WW1 Happylight Liberty Natural Spectrum Energy Lamp

June 11, 2013 - Comment

The Verilux liberty energy lamp provides up to 10,000 LUX (Verilux natural spectrum light: with high-energy lens: 10,000 LUX (scotopic measurement) at 10 inch from the lamp; 10,000 (photopic measurement) at 6 to 8 inch.). Of full spectrum light, the highest recommended output for addressing seasonal change, the “winter blues” or the effects of shift

The Verilux liberty energy lamp provides up to 10,000 LUX (Verilux natural spectrum light: with high-energy lens: 10,000 LUX (scotopic measurement) at 10 inch from the lamp; 10,000 (photopic measurement) at 6 to 8 inch.). Of full spectrum light, the highest recommended output for addressing seasonal change, the “winter blues” or the effects of shift work, jet lag, malaise or fatigue. Balanced natural spectrum daylight taps the potency of light to gently cue your body to recalibrate and stabilize, naturally reducing fatigue and lethargy while improving focus and productivity. No two people view and react to light in the same way, so this energy lamp provides the flexibility to customize the light to meet your needs. High-low intensity controls, interchangeable lenses and a tilt feature give you maximum flexibility to design the program that works best for you. A broad field of up to 10,000 LUX of light provides a more flexible program, allowing you to be farther from the lamp and to move around more freely during use. Customize your light therapy for maximum comfort and benefit. Interchangeable high-energy and comfort lenses give you control over light intensity. High or low intensity control provides additional light customization. Tilt feature allows more user mobility without compromising therapy effectiveness. A broad field of up to 10,000 LUX of light provides a more flexible program, allowing you to be farther from the lamp and to move around more freely during use. No tools required for lens changes, bulb changes or other adjustments. Wall-mount option.

Product Features

  • Customize your light therapy for maximum comfort and benefit
  • High or Low intensity control provides additional light customization
  • Tilt feature allows more user mobility without compromising therapy effectiveness
  • A broad field of up to 10,000 LUX of light provides a more flexible program
  • No tools required for lens changes

Comments

CleanMom says:

Good price, good light So far so good with the Verilux Liberty.The light is bright and simulates sunlight well; I liken turning it on to stepping out in to the sunlight without glasses after a week of cloudiness… it takes a second to get used to, but very easily settle in to using it. It’s a very white and natural light, not yellowish, which I read on reviews of some others, nor the flourescent office-type lighting. It has a cover that softens the glow and puts out about 5,000 LUX, according to the paperwork, and using that cover means you may need to duplicate the amount of time you’re in front of the light… without the cover it’s about 10,000 LUX. It’s my first light and after 20 minutes of use in the morning I do find myself a little more energized throughout the day- afternoons in the Northeast are usually tough this time of year, and I have already seen some slight improvement. I’ve has it 5 days. Amazon did a great job shipping- it was sent out the same day and arrived 2 days later,…

Skyler says:

Brightens my day I bought this light directly from Verilux right when it came out. I’ve now had it awhile and I’m glad I bought it. I have a severe mood disorder that worsens in the winter, so on top of my medication and therapy, I bought this light to help with the lack of sunlight. My recommendation if you have this light and want it to work better is to make sure it’s close enough, always use it on the higher setting, and replace the comfort lens with the high-energy lens. The comfort lens only lets out 5000 lux whereas the high-energy lens lets out 10,000 lux, and if you’re paying good money for the brighter bulb, you might as well use it to its full capacity! Yes, it’s bright, and initially it’s annoying, but I grow used to the light now after a minute or two and forget it’s there.I typically use my light while on my computer for at least an hour in the early afternoon. They do say you’re better off using it in the morning, but that doesn’t work with my schedule so I do it later. I’d…

Kim says:

It works for me… This was my companion purchase to the Philips Wake up Light… the combination of the wake-up light and this “happy light” installed in my bathroom have made a huge (positive) difference in my attitude toward the dark days of winter. I’ve been using this for about 3 months now. I have it hanging on the wall next to where I put on my make-up in the bathroom, turn it on when I get into the shower (it lights up the room)… and it doubles as a nice makeup light to boot.It really does help me feel more awake as I get ready for work, and my mood seems much better too. I loved it so much I bought a second one to put at my desk in my home office, so when I am working from home I can benefit from some “light therapy” on demand. I recommend this to anyone who gets down in the winter time, or has trouble getting going on winter mornings.

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