The Miroco LED light therapy lamp is down to $27.99 on Amazon. All you have to do to score the discount is clip the coupon on its product page and enter code VKZ9TJ63 during checkout. All told, you're saving $12 and scoring it for the lowest we've ever seen it go.
Even if you're spending way more time indoors, you can let the sunlight in with this LED therapy lamp. It has a UV-free light intensity of up to 10,000 lux to mimic a sunny day. Clip the on-page coupon and enter the below code to save.
$39.99 $12 off
The therapy lamp uses a unique design that's slightly different from other therapy lamps we've seen. The sleek, wooden shell design helps it become a piece of modern decor around your home. It has a 6500K color temperature and 10,000 lux light intensity, which gives it what it needs to simulate a bright sunny day. The natural light helps to improve your mood and enhance your focus in the mornings.
There are three adjustable brightness levels. You can easily set these with just a touch. How bright you need it depends on how far away you are from the lamp and what sort of environment you're in. You might not need the full capacity to wake you up in the morning. And the memory function will help it remember your last setting every time you turn the lamp on. There's also a timer function so you can have the lamp turn off automatically as you doze off or have it run for short intervals on your desk as you work.
It's designed to be small and portable. Fit the lamp on your nightstand, your desk, or take it with you when you travel. Existing owners give it 5 stars based on more than 100 reviews so far.
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