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Beurer TL30UK SAD lamp £34.99 delivered at Amazon

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Posted 22nd Feb

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  • WINTER WELLNESS - Combat symptoms such as hormonal imbalance and lack of energy during the darkest season of the year with our practical and effective light therapy lamp
  • LIGHT INTENSITY - The lamp simulates daylight of 10,000 lux (at a distance of 10 cm). This light intensity is medically recognised to help treat seasonal depression and sleeping disorders
  • PORTABLE SUNLIGHT - This SAD lamp, in a practical tablet format, is ideal for the office and for travelling. Thanks to its flexible adjustable base, it can be used in both portrait and landscape format
  • EASY-TO-USE - Single-button operation makes the Beurer SAD lamp particularly easy to use. Press the on/off button and fight the lack of light during the winter months wherever you are!
  • ILLUMINATION - Our TL30UK has a slim design and is energy-saving thanks to its LED technology. The illumination surface of the daylight lamp is 20 x 12 cm and is flicker-free and UV-free
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waysan22/02/2020 13:27

Why would you buy one of these in late(ish) Feb?



have you looked out your window lately?
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Managed to get one of these through amazon warehouse for around £20 last year, was wondering if these are any good for plants in the winter?
Why would you buy one of these in late(ish) Feb?
waysan22/02/2020 13:27

Why would you buy one of these in late(ish) Feb?



have you looked out your window lately?
flipper11822/02/2020 12:05

Managed to get one of these through amazon warehouse for around £20 last …Managed to get one of these through amazon warehouse for around £20 last year, was wondering if these are any good for plants in the winter?


That’s just what I was wondering too. Should see no reason why it wouldn’t as it’s simulating sunlight so presumably at the 5/6k (I think) range plants like.

Ikea do cheap(ish) hydroponic set ups which I’ve actually used as a two shelf lit unit for my cactus’ and succulents rather than growing any hydro salad leaves etc. Going to plant some veg up this year and start off under these but not hydroponically or anything.

this (& the Ikea bulbs) have the benefit of not giving off the pink spectrum which I find horrible. It’s now gone from ikeas website annoyingly now and it wasn’t that cheap but it might be instore but a large metal ‘pot’ with what looks like a shower head on top with a grow light built in. Holds 3/4 12” pots but I’m currently using it to revive a ficus that was on its way out. It’s now started to grow and come back quote strongly. So they are handy for plant rescuing too
Seems expensive for a (circa) 23w daylight LED lamp. I bought some of these recently which has a huge impact on the daylight level.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Shouldn't it be 'HAPPY' lamp
I’ve bought a few ‘daylight’ bulbs for lamps etc that are pointed at my plants. Including getting a few cheap ‘bendy’ clip on E27 holders.

The daylight white, makes for really stark, unpleasant to me colouring so they aren’t used for anything other than pointing at plants.

This is straying off topic but is there a formula or equation for how much light is needed / how close should they be, if far away how much light do the plants pick up. I’ve one of those pinky hued 90w bulbs on a clip frame at the moment reviving a load of house plants in the bath and my bathroom has no natural light so this bulb is all those plants light supply.

This is all genuinely wanting info on exotic, green foliage type plants and cactus’ & succulent and not wanting info on what Grow lights and green foliage type plants are ‘usually’ used for

i just figure if docs say we UK humans don’t get enough sunshine through winter so take a supplement, then the plants coulddo with a pick me up too

cheers
Rich45s22/02/2020 16:00

I’ve bought a few ‘daylight’ bulbs for lamps etc that are pointed at my pla …I’ve bought a few ‘daylight’ bulbs for lamps etc that are pointed at my plants. Including getting a few cheap ‘bendy’ clip on E27 holders. The daylight white, makes for really stark, unpleasant to me colouring so they aren’t used for anything other than pointing at plants.This is straying off topic but is there a formula or equation for how much light is needed / how close should they be, if far away how much light do the plants pick up. I’ve one of those pinky hued 90w bulbs on a clip frame at the moment reviving a load of house plants in the bath and my bathroom has no natural light so this bulb is all those plants light supply. This is all genuinely wanting info on exotic, green foliage type plants and cactus’ & succulent and not wanting info on what Grow lights and green foliage type plants are ‘usually’ used for i just figure if docs say we UK humans don’t get enough sunshine through winter so take a supplement, then the plants coulddo with a pick me up toocheers


I've a couple of Yuccas (Yucci?) that are starting to look a bit yellow around the gills during their first winter in chez flipper. I only get a couple of hours evening sun so was hoping these would help them from becoming deceased.
I think (hope) that while not ideal, this is also how they grow. The new shoots of green come out the top of the older dying off leaves. As I believe I need to tidy a couple of mine up
including this one which I thought I’d killed. It is going strong.

amazon.co.uk/Haw…JQX

this is way way off topic now but a few plants also brighten my mood not wanting to make light of SAD
Apparently these lamps are extra sad since the clown got in...
Hot, I bought that one in December for £40. It actually helps, I was pleasantly surprised.
Didn't work for me, gave it to the local charity shop.
damadgeruk22/02/2020 15:25

Seems expensive for a (circa) 23w daylight LED lamp. I bought some of …Seems expensive for a (circa) 23w daylight LED lamp. I bought some of these recently which has a huge impact on the daylight level.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07925W317/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1




Something like This also should do the same thing for even less cost.
jumpinoffthbed24/02/2020 01:52

Something like This also should do the same thing for even less cost.



Just bought this to also help my plants anddark hallway. Cheers
jumpinoffthbed24/02/2020 01:52

Something like This also should do the same thing for even less cost.



Damn. This just arrived and now I’ve actually looked at what it comes with etc, it’s not got a plug fitted as it’s for outside use first presumably. This will be fine to just put a plug on and use as discussed?

Cheers
Rich45s26/02/2020 00:59

Damn. This just arrived and now I’ve actually looked at what it comes with …Damn. This just arrived and now I’ve actually looked at what it comes with etc, it’s not got a plug fitted as it’s for outside use first presumably. This will be fine to just put a plug on and use as discussed? Cheers


Yeah just fit a plug and a longer cable if you want
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