Recent Customer Reviews
Provides bright white light over desk area and looks pretty good too!Read MoreRick S.
I used my Lux light for 1 1/2 months before the days got longer and it did help my SAD. I will start using it again in the fall and through the winter months.Read MoreSandra B.
It is awesome to use this light when I do counted x-stitching - exactly what I needed.Read MoreMarilyn H.
Order was filled promptly. The lamp is excellent for my x-stitching projects.Read MoreYour Name
Tube lamp is just right took up very little space and yet had the light of a floorRead MoreKathy Y.
The spectrum deluxe desk lamp is divine. I is SO all over the former bedside lamp which I endured for too many years. Quality is excellent and flexibility is so handy for doing close work.Read MoreDiane Hysan N.
Great product that emits light akin to daylight. I do, however, wish the on/off rocker switch was located on or near the base as oppose to its current location near the bulb.Read MoreOliver G.
Very easy to set up. Fits my desk perfectly; lights all projects as needed. Light appears quite natural. Highly recommend.Read MoreJack G.
I use my Happy Light first thing in the morning while I'm having breakfast and believe it helps me get going. I go to work early and it's still dark outside this time of year so the bright light makes it easier for me to get motivated.Read MoreRebecca C.
I love Verilux lamps. I just ordered my 8th lamp. . I got the Verilux VDO1 dest lamp for my husband's desk. The lighting is just like natural light as you advertise. With 8 different styles of lamps, we have them all over the house upstairs and down stairs. The lighting is terrific. Thanks. Read MoreConnie G.
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Verilux, Inc., located in Waitsfield, Vermont, was founded in 1956 by renowned graphic artist Howard Scott. While searching for relief from his Iritis (inflammation of the iris) he discovered what was to become the foundation of Verilux technology. Scott often painted at night under a bare light bulb, and his eyes were aggravated by poor lighting conditions and continually straining to see. Initially, Scott developed the Trucolite®, a fixture which featured six colored tubes that, when combined, replicated 'natural' light. With the advent of phosphor technology used in televisions, the light Scott was striving for could now be achieved in a single tube. The results of Howard Scott's effort are lighting solutions that deliver the benefit of natural daylight.