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Beurer TL41UK Daylight SAD Lamp @ Amazon for £39.51
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Beurer TL41UK Daylight SAD Lamp @ Amazon for £39.51

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Posted 15th Sep 2019

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Glesgabear15/09/2019 08:33

Surely a wind up???


Not clear from the description but I believe it's mains powered.
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Surely a wind up???
Glesgabear15/09/2019 08:33

Surely a wind up???


Not clear from the description but I believe it's mains powered.
Glesgabear15/09/2019 08:33

Surely a wind up???


Not sure if the people who have responded understood your 'wind up' pun.

And don't call me Shirley!
Very good lamp and well made
Voted hot. But build your own using 6000k led bulb . It is just cool daylight bulb , not the warm daylight 2500k light bulbs we get in most shops in UK. 6000k cool daylight led easily available on eBay and Amazon
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 15th Sep 2019
thrustmaster15/09/2019 08:49

Not clear from the description but I believe it's mains powered.


Yeah...not clear
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sam_of_london15/09/2019 10:21

Voted hot. But build your own using 6000k led bulb.


doing some research it seems the TL41 uses a 6500k spectrum bulb with a claimed output of 26watts achieving 2.452 lumen. A bulb of that strength is gonna cost £10-20 and then you gotta get the housing. I guess you could buy a cheap small lamp? It would probably be mega bright. Not sure if that would work in any practical sense. Maybe you could elaborate.
Edited by: "JC2MULTIPLAYER000" 15th Sep 2019
Good price
JC2MULTIPLAYER00015/09/2019 11:58

doing some research it seems the TL41 uses a 6500k spectrum bulb with a …doing some research it seems the TL41 uses a 6500k spectrum bulb with a claimed output of 26watts achieving 2.452 lumen. A bulb of that strength is gonna cost £10-20 and then you gotta get the housing. I guess you could buy a cheap small lamp? It would probably be mega bright. Not sure if that would work in any practical sense. Maybe you could elaborate.


You can use two or three bulbs to get the required output . Sure the cover /diffuser stops half that light from getting out as it is not transparent.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 15th Sep 2019
Been after one of these for a good while now. Took the plunge. Thank you
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Good lamp. Bought for £35.99 in January
sam_of_london15/09/2019 17:03

You can use two or three bulbs to get the required output . Sure the cover …You can use two or three bulbs to get the required output . Sure the cover /diffuser stops half that light from getting out as it is not transparent.


The defuser, defuses the light, but doesn't reduce the lux output by much.
I have this and can 100% say it really works, live in Orkney and that may be why as less sun in winter more in summer but I paid £60 and worth a zero on the end if it works for you. Free returns if it doesnt, you will know in a couple of days if it works, just remember to sit in front of it.
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