Suncatcher LED Light Therapy
Our Suncatcher™ Light Therapy products leverage the best LED technology to help people of all ages fight the winter blues. The proven LED technology helps many customers get through the long winter months when there is a lack of sunshine and during the summer when you are in the office without direct sunlight.
Light Therapy, Sanitization, UVC, Chemical-Free, Winter Blues
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Suncatcher Light Therapy Lamp

Our Suncatcher™ Light Therapy products leverage the best LED technology to help people of all ages fight the winter blues. The proven LED technology helps many customers get through the long winter months when there is a lack of sunshine and during the summer when you are in the office without direct sunlight.

Suncatcher™ LED Light Therapy Lamp

SKU – SLM-9196

Price $39.99

Features:

  • 10,000 Lux
  • Quality Lens – reduces glare and eye fatigue
  • High/Medium/Low Intensity Control – adjust light level for additional output flexibility
  • Space-saving discrete design
  • Intergrated Stablizer and Wall-Mount Options – how and where you use the lamp
  • Timer Display 
  • Timer Control – select your own therapy session of 90, 60, 30 and 15 minutes

Our Suncatcher light therapy lamps deliver up to 10,000 LUX* of 5800K** light to maintain energy and productivity lost due to disruptions in your circadian rhythms that occur from inadequate access to natural daylight. This lamp offers three light intensities – 10,000 LUX, 7,500 LUX and 5,000 LUX– to maximize your comfort. Find the one best suited to your needs. Customize your sessions by using different intensities at different times of the day or by using a lower intensity for longer sessions and a higher intensity for shorter ones. The 100 LEDs last up to 50,000 hours for silent and flicker-free light.

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Alleviate Winter Blues

Fight Fatigue & Increase Alertness

Regain Focus & Concentration

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Suncatcher LED Light Therapy Lamp

Start your light therapy journey with three easy steps!

 

Connect the power cord to the side of the lamp.

Plug the other end of the power cord into a working 120/240V AC outlet.

Use the on/off switch on the front of the lamp to adjust the light intensity:

 

a. Push once (10) for 10,000K light.

b. Push again (7.5) for 7,500K light.

c. Push again (5.0) for 5,000K light.

d. Push again to turn off the lamp.

Weight: 1.9 pounds/860gr

 

Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 5.5 x 2.6 inches/40cm x 14cm x 6.5cm

 

Power Source: Two-Prong Corded Electric Power Adapter 120/240V ETL listed in USA & Canada

 

Material(s): Plastic

 

Finish: Matte

 

Lamp Type: 100 LEDs

 

Operating Temperature: 0-90°F (-18 – 32°C)

 

Storage Temperature: 0-100°F (-18 – 38°C)

 

Relative Humidity: 0 – 85%, non-condensing

 

Input Power: 120/240V

Position the lamp on a desk, tabletop, kitchen table, or other flat surface. (Note also the lamp can be hung on a wall.) Ideally, the lamp should be in a “10:00” or “2:00” position relative to where you’ll be and should be located 18”/45cm to 24”/60cm from your face.

 

Turn on the lamp. Start with the lowest light intensity.

 

Do not look directly into the lamp. Wearing tinted glasses will compromise its effectiveness.

 

Feel free to engage in activities during your session – e.g., work, read or fiddle with your phone – but generally stay in close proximity to the lamp.

 

Experiment with the light intensity and session duration until you find a regimen that’s comfortable and effective for you. For most people, that’s 15 to 60 minutes a day, but your needs may be different. If you start to feel edgy – something akin to a “caffeine buzz” – you’ll want to shorten your session and/or lessen the light intensity.

 

For most people on a regular schedule (e.g., working a daytime shift from 8:00 to 5:00), mornings are the best time to use the lamp. If you’re having trouble staying awake in the evenings – for example, while watching TV
– you could try a session in the late afternoon, but be aware that could make it difficult to sleep at bedtime.