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.
Philips are reknown for producing high quality products that work. The Philips goLITE BLU produces blue light to combat SAD and has an adjustable timer and brightness setting
A SAD Light you wear! The ultimate in portability. This means you can get your light therapy on the move.
Verilux have an excellent reputation in the world of light therapy, but how does the HappyLight Liberty 10,000 fare? You get a really variety of light and it is easy to use and move around.
The Verilux Happylight Personal is very inexpensive indeed and it comes from a reputable brand name. It provides 5,000 lux and is small and well made.
A SAD light with a built in Ioniser?! A very novel concept, but what exactly does it do and do Nature Bright pull it off?
Another blue light device from Philips, this has a rechargeable battery as well and is compact and easy to use.
This is the corded power version of the GoLITE BLU. It is small, portable and rechargeable. It also, as the name suggests, provides blue light. Read my review to find out more.
The Circadian Optics Lumos looks great, is small, compact and easy to travel with and is the only SAD Light that can be charged by USB. Find out more by reading my review.