Category: SAD Light Reviews
The Circadian Optics Lattis is an incredibly beautiful SAD light - but what is even better it works really well too! Check out my full review.
The Verilux HappyLight Lucent VT22 is a good SAD light but is held back from being a great SAD light due to a couple of design issues.
The Miroco MI-CL003 Light Therapy Lamp is frequently at the top of the best sellers list - it is easy to see why, check out my review for more details
The Circadian Optics Luxy moves portable light therapy units into unchatered territory. Small and compact design, USB power and amazing light!
The Circadian Optics Lumos is another in an excellent line of SAD lamps. With fantastic light quality and a large field of light it is great.
With lux dial, timer and a light field you can angle just how good is the Aura Day Light Therapy Lamp?
Have Circadian Optics raised the light therapy bar? This is a top quality SAD light. Check out my full review to see how good it is.
The Carex Day-Light Classic was very good indeed - the Day-Light Sky adds a sturdier base and maintains a huge area of light, but does it match up to the other high standards set by its predecessor?
Fully portable and offering the full 10,000 lux of brightness the Lightphoria 10 000 Lux Energy Light Lamp is also modestly priced and has a timer and adjustable light intensities.
The HappyLight Compact Energy Lamp is one of the cheaper SAD lights on the market, but is made by the reliable chaps (and chapesses) at Verilux. It only provides 2,500 lux of light, but is compact and portable and the light tone is lovely.