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S.A.D. Lights and Alarm Clocks at Cyber Checkout from £31 Or Less Delivered! £26.00

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If you suffer from SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder, then these products from Cyber Checkout might be helpful for you through the Winter months. Buy through QuidCo to earn 6% in cashback or use the … Read More
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If you suffer from SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder, then these products from Cyber Checkout might be helpful for you through the Winter months. Buy through QuidCo to earn 6% in cashback or use the direct link opposite to go to the deals...

* Day Light LUX Wellness Light (SAD Light) £32 + £6 p+p
* Lite-Pad Plus With Light Intensity Settings (SAD Light) £26 + £5 p+p
* Sunrise Alarm Clock (SAD Light/ Day light) £30 + £6 p+p
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#1
appears to be a £5 or £6 delivery charge to add
#2
Thanks, bought one of the alarm clocks. Worth a go!
#3
the alarm clock seems to be down from £100 to £30.

I am sure these SAD light type of items used to be really expensive?

Could be useful for some, might get one at the weekend.
#4
Cyber Checkout? Who are these people when they are at home? Trustworthy?
#5
Scribbles
Cyber Checkout? Who are these people when they are at home? Trustworthy?


Yeah very.
#6
Still a lot of money for what it is , better off staring into a led torch aren't you?
#7
I think I do actually have this at the moment, I'm hoping to see a doctor over the next few days anyway, but this could help I think.
#8
Last week I was in Florida......think I have this S.A.D thing now !
banned#9
In reply to scribbles.....

Hi its Cyber Checkout here,

Just to let you know we have been trading over 7 years and have thousands of very happy customers. If you have any concerns I will be more than happy to any questions you may have.

Regards

Marsha
banned#10
In Reply to Mikerr..

The light from a torch would not be as powerful as the bulbs supplied with these sad lights.

I believe from colleagues SAD lights were discussed on GMTV this morning and BBC News. There is lots of information on their web sites about how the lights can help you, especially with the clocks going back this weekend.

Marsha - Cyber Checkout.
banned#11
icefall
the alarm clock seems to be down from £100 to £30.

I am sure these SAD light type of items used to be really expensive?

Could be useful for some, might get one at the weekend.



I checked the net this morning and some SAD lights are still around £200!

Marsha - Cyber Checkout
#12
i have bought various things from tents , marquees and netball stands to casino tables and have never had a problem although they did decline my quidco which was a bit annoying
#13
I'm sure I read somwhere that these SAD therapy products are exempt from VAT. Is that coreect?
#14
Looking at the picture. Either these units are very old (10 years) or they must have visited a museum to get hold of that monitor and that keyboard.
#15
akexuk
Looking at the picture. Either these units are very old (10 years) or they must have visited a museum to get hold of that monitor and that keyboard.



:-D Waiting for that PC to process anything may be contributing to her depression.
#16
Maybe she is a grandmother now.
#17
Well I've bought the sunrise clock - have looked at these for a couple of years and never bought for a couple of years due to the cost.

At £30 plus postage (on an item which costs a third of what I have seen in the past - it annoys me that people moan about a fiver postage) its a great price. If it was £35 with free postage would you be complaining????

Due respect and heat added to this brilliant find - cant wait to try it out for myself during these horrible dark winter mornings.

Thanks

Barry
#18
I was going to buy one too until I found out they charged extra to deliver to the Highlands!

How come many other companies manage to deliver here (main central trunk route - not as if we're on an island) without charging extra?!

Flipping disgrace in this day and age.
#19
This is the one I have and although £115 does make a difference. I think it does make a difference. http://www.lumie.com/shop/products/lights-30-mins-or-more/Brightspark

Need to look at the lux rating and some are a bit dody on quoting ie 10,000 lux at 3 foot away is not comparable with one that give a rating of 10,000 lux (as this is probably the rating if its touching your nose)

I read alot before I bought it and I dont think you can really go to the doctors to diagnose it. You sort of know it that you struggle with winters / dark nights and mornings.
#20
cyber checkout l
In reply to scribbles.....

Hi its Cyber Checkout here,

Just to let you know we have been trading over 7 years and have thousands of very happy customers. If you have any concerns I will be more than happy to any questions you may have.

Regards

Marsha


Thanks for the re-assurance. I ordered the 'Day Light LUX Wellness Light'. I forgot to go thru quidco though, so I feel really SAD now :-(
But at least I still have a sense of humour ;-)
#21
BTW, I see that you are based in Cavendish Road, Stevenage LOL
I used to work pretty much next door to Cyber Checkout then (ICL/Fujitsu). Fancy me having never heard of you :oops:
[helper]#22
ScoobyZ

Need to look at the lux rating and some are a bit dody on quoting ie 10,000 lux at 3 foot away is not comparable with one that give a rating of 10,000 lux (as this is probably the rating if its touching your nose)


The lux rating is very important - only ones over a certain lux rating have been shown to make any difference. I can't remember what it was but if anyone is interested I can have a look.....
banned#23
upmyloft
i have bought various things from tents , marquees and netball stands to casino tables and have never had a problem although they did decline my quidco which was a bit annoying


Hi Marsha from Cyber here,

Not sure what you mean about we declined your Quidco?!?! We can't decline your Quidco as we are not them.
#24
ScoobyZ
This is the one I have and although £115 does make a difference. I think it does make a difference. http://www.lumie.com/shop/products/lights-30-mins-or-more/Brightspark

Need to look at the lux rating and some are a bit dody on quoting ie 10,000 lux at 3 foot away is not comparable with one that give a rating of 10,000 lux (as this is probably the rating if its touching your nose)

I read alot before I bought it and I dont think you can really go to the doctors to diagnose it. You sort of know it that you struggle with winters / dark nights and mornings.

you need at least 10,000 lux. I have the philips one. I bought it second hand from ebay. It cost over one hundred new. I am getting mine down this week and having half an hour in front of it a day. A good site for sad sufferers is
http://www.lumie.com/forum/. :thumbsup:
banned#25
ublewit
I was going to buy one too until I found out they charged extra to deliver to the Highlands!

How come many other companies manage to deliver here (main central trunk route - not as if we're on an island) without charging extra?!

Flipping disgrace in this day and age.


Marsha from Cyber here,

We don't charge exra to the Highlands the couriers do. We use 4 different couriers and they ALL charge extra to the highlands of Scotland. All our customers can come in to collect in person or arrange their own courier - We DO NOT make any money on postage!

If you really want one of these clocks then I will personally take it to the post office for you but I cannot do this for every customer as much as I would like to. And I cannot guarantee I can take it immediately it will be when I can get to the post office.

If you want to place an order you will need to phone in and do as the system will charge you the courier price.
banned#26
akexuk
Looking at the picture. Either these units are very old (10 years) or they must have visited a museum to get hold of that monitor and that keyboard.


Marsha from Cyber here,

Oh how funny is your comment. I am very embarrassed to admit that the photo was only taken last week! The computer used probably is 10 years old lol. The lights only came in that day so they wanted to get a picture up as quickly as possible. I will see if another one can be take with a nice modern PC, complete with flat screen.
#27
Scribbles
BTW, I see that you are based in Cavendish Road, Stevenage LOL
I used to work pretty much next door to Cyber Checkout then (ICL/Fujitsu). Fancy me having never heard of you :oops:


Blimey small world, so did i :whistling: ste10
banned#28
Scribbles
BTW, I see that you are based in Cavendish Road, Stevenage LOL
I used to work pretty much next door to Cyber Checkout then (ICL/Fujitsu). Fancy me having never heard of you :oops:


Yes we are still in Cavendish Road in the sunny sites of Stevenage and have been here for about a couple of years now. Feel free to pop in anytime, you also save on postage if collecting from us.

Marsha - Cyber
#29
cyber checkout l
Marsha from Cyber here,

Oh how funny is your comment. I am very embarrassed to admit that the photo was only taken last week! The computer used probably is 10 years old lol. The lights only came in that day so they wanted to get a picture up as quickly as possible. I will see if another one can be take with a nice modern PC, complete with flat screen.



Crikey, who's your IT manager, Charlie Babbage? :p :giggle:
#30
i want to order one of these clocks but the site is having problems atm :s
banned#31
monkey00
i want to order one of these clocks but the site is having problems atm :s


There are some intermittent technical problems with our .com site at the moment but you can still order on the .co.uk site or call the sales line.

Marsha Cyber Checkout.
banned#32
bellboys
Crikey, who's your IT manager, Charlie Babbage? :p :giggle:


Even Mr Babbage would have invented a nicer looking one than that horrible thing :-D
#33
cyber checkout l
There are some intermittent technical problems with our .com site at the moment but you can still order on the .co.uk site or call the sales line.

Marsha Cyber Checkout.


Sweet, i just ordered one, :thumbsup:
#34
Anyone know the frequency of the - Day Light LUX Wellness Light?
#35
judderman
Blimey small world, so did i :whistling: ste10


STE04 here :)
#36
i received my clock but it didnt work
#37
Basically - your eye has a third receptor, that helps produce a homrone called melatonin and can be stimulated by Blue light.

This has only been discovered recently - but the production of melatonin helps you become more alert, awake and stimulated i.e. you feel better about yourself.

Hence you see a lot of Truck Drivers with Blue LED's in their Cabs, to help the production of melatonin and to keep them awake lol!!!!
#38
monkey00
i received my clock but it didnt work


How did that make you feel?:giggle:
#39
moob
How did that make you feel?:giggle:


super, thanks for asking:whistling:
#40
monkey00
super, thanks for asking:whistling:



Good - problem solved then - no need for a SAD light.:thumbsup:

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