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Carex Health Brands Sunlite Bright Light Therapy Lamp, Silver


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  • 10,000 LUX at 10"
  • 99.3% UV-filtered for safety
  • Quick-change bulbs for "no tool" maintenance
  • Lightweight at 3.25 lbs. for portability
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Color: Silver

SunLite is the bright light therapy lamp that provides therapeutic white light at a comfortable distance. The SunLite Bright Light Therapy lamp has been designed for those who are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms due to light deficiency. Effectively treat the Winter Blues, jet lag, circadian sleep disorders and low energy. Beautiful styling and two contemporary color themes make SunLite the bright choice for home or office. From the makers of Daylights and Day-light lamps.

Product Details

Color: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 8.8 x 13.4 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00F6WRMV2
  • UPC: 023601038012
  • Item model number: P80100
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #256,673 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I'm not looking for that kind of attention.
T. Anderson
What the instructions do NOT say is how long it might take for the light to begin showing any benefits.
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It's very lightweight and other than the on/off switch, isn't cumbersome to use.
Ruby Red Slippers

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Michael O. on October 24, 2013
Color Name: Brown Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
BACKGROUND ON SAD

I've had SAD - Seasonal Affective Disorder - for maybe the last 10 years. I could never understand why I started to feel so sad at the end of the summer - beginning of fall. I always thought it coincided with the anniversary of a death in my family (and maybe it still does, I don't know). My counselor kept mentioning SAD for several years until I finally decided to just bite the bullet and buy a light. They weren't covered by insurance back then, so I found a used one on eBay. Not really knowing what I was doing, I happened to luck out and chose the Cadillac of light boxes - The Northstar 10,000 made by Alaska Northern Lights. This is a big, honkin' 10 lb. metal box that is two feet long, and has (2) 70 watt bulbs. They were about $500 with a soft case back then but I got mine used for about half that.

The magic number of "10,000 LUX" you always read about associated with light boxes, is a measure of the light's brightness or intensity. It is usually accompanied by a distance of anywhere from 6 in. to 24 in. (higher is better, it means you don't have to have the thing right in your face to get the recommended output). The gold standard is usually 10,000 LUX at 24 in., which is what the Alaska Northern Lights, Northstar 10,000 is rated at. Now I know this review is about the Carex Health Brands Sunlite Bright Light Therapy Lamp, but I wanted to give you a little background info about light boxes and SAD, in general.

Like any illness, there are varying degrees of SAD. I'm told by my counselor that mine is a pretty severe case. Most people just get a bit listless and are sad or grumpy feeling more often.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ruby Red Slippers VINE VOICE on November 1, 2013
Color Name: Brown Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The Carex Health Brand Sunlite Bright Light Therapy Lamp is the first light therapy lamp I've tried. Based on this experience alone I can say that this is one very bright light. It took me a couple of tries to turn it on, the on/off button is a little tough to work-it's on the bottom corner of the light and you need to have a good hold of the light while turning it on and off, you can't just use one hand. The light gets very hot--like super hot, I wouldn't use it for more than the lowest recommended time of 30 minutes. It's very lightweight and other than the on/off switch, isn't cumbersome to use. I haven't had it long enough to judge whether or not it makes a difference in how I feel, I'll update the review in a few months.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Anderson TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 27, 2013
Color Name: Brown Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I've used a Philips goLITE BLU therapy lamp for several years now every morning while I am getting ready for work. So, I thought I would take the Carex Health Light Therapy Lamp to work and use it there in the afternoons when my energy is low...bad plan. The Carex lamp is huge compared to the goLITE....and bright...wow!

I envisoned something much more compact since the Carex is touted as travel size. There is no way I would pack this for a trip. It would take up a third of the space in a normal sized carry-on suitcase.

Also, I'm sensitive to overhead fluorescent lights...they elevate my stress level for some reason...having the Carex lamp at the recommended distant is like having an overhead light right in my face. I much prefer the calming blue light of the goLITE.

Plus, there is no way I'd take this to work even if I did like it...there is nothing subtle about this lamp and it doesn't belong is a conservative, professional office environment....my coworkers would be crazy if they DIDN'T stop and ask me what the heck I was doing and why. I'm not looking for that kind of attention.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By E. D. Garcia VINE VOICE on November 22, 2013
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If you'd like the quick hit, I'll just repeat my headline: clunky and runs hot.

First up: any appliance that IS NOT hand-held shouldn't require two hands to turn on and off. Mobile phone? Sure. Lawnmower? Definitely. Lamp? NO. But because the designers of this lamp decided to install the worlds silliest power switch, you have to hold the lamp and MASH the button down to turn on the lamp. Not so much of a big deal when turning on the lamp, but turning OFF is a big deal because:

Next up: this thing gets hot. I'm not sure why the lamp heats up so badly as the bulbs are NOT incandescent, but boy howdy: it heats up. Not awesome.

Lastly: This is the 3rd sunlight therapy lamp I've used. And while it does offer some help against SAD, the cons outweigh the pros. I'd get a different lamp if you're looking.
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By Carole Poe on January 15, 2014
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
Pulled out of the shipping box and could hear it rattle. yup one of the light bulbs was broke. So sent it back. No problems with the return
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By DJ on December 31, 2013
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
This does make you feel like you are in the sun. It is of high quality, light is clear and bright. Easy to use and portable.
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Color Name: Brown Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
As of late, I have had to maintain an irregular schedule in which I find myself trading my windowless office at work for my nearly windowless office at home across all hours of the day. I just feel like I am not getting the daylight I need, and I have come to believe that it is affecting my mood. I thought it could not hurt to at least give the Carex Therapy Lamp a shot. While I did not have high expectations, I have to say that I have been pleasantly surprised.

The truth is that I cannot say for sure what the mechanism is that seems to make me want to continue using the therapy lamp. Perhaps it is the placebo effect. I cannot really pin down any measurable improvement in my mood. I can say, however, that I consistently look forward to plugging it in and basking in its artificial rays. I also feel a little disappointed when I approach the recommended basking time limits. I can only attribute this to my body and mind telling me that the lamp is providing at least some benefit that is not being obtained without it. Whatever the reason, I like it, and I guess that is what counts.

I will say that this is a product that might be best utilized in the comfort of one's own home, as the lamp has to be placed within a pretty tight proximity of the user to be effective. In my opinion, the closer the better. Depending on the culture of one's work environment, others observing a bask-in-progress might not quite know what to make of it, creating a potentially uncomfortable situation.

If you think that you might benefit from this lamp, I would definitely recommend that you at least give it a shot.
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