Litebook Light Therapy Accessories | The Litebook

By: The Litebook Company  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Light Therapy, Fluorescent Light, Therapy Products

  • 50% less usage time needed
  • Feature-rich compact design
  • Completely portable (built-in rechargeable battery)
  • Use on airliners and in motor vehicles

Unlike traditional florescent light boxes, which are large and clunky in design, Litebook® light therapy products are extremely compact, lightweight yet durable and aesthetically pleasing. The Litebook® Elite™ features several innovative elements: built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery with charge indicator for true portability, usage timer (4 settings) and international power adapter for use worldwide.

Most significantly, customers report their usage time with The Litebook® is typically far shorter than with fluorescent light boxes (up to 50% less), due to Litebook’s white LEDs that peak in the optimal spectral wavelengths identical to sunlight.

Keywords: Fluorescent Light, Light Therapy, Light Therapy Products, Therapy Products,

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