the brainsbehind the eyes
3 out of 4 PEOPLE EXPERIENCE EYESTRAiN DAILY
Eyestrain is far more prevalent than we think. And as a result, the things we enjoy most are often cut short because our eyes are telling us they’ve had enough. Itchy, burning, fatigued eyes are key indicators that we are not using lighting that is healthy for our eyes. The OttLite Wellness Series is the gold standard for balanced light to help you see and feel better by reducing eyestrain by up to 51%.
Ottlite is the healthiest light you can buy
The Wellness Series is the result of tirelessly working for more than 2 years with researchers and engineers to develop a proprietary LED technology that matches the sun’s color spectrum as closely as humanly possible. Technology that no other LED light possesses. The result? The OttLite Wellness Series is unequivocally the healthiest light you can buy. Watch the video now
The wellNESS series reduces eyestrain by 51%
There isn’t a single LED out there that can say that. And we went out and proved it too. We went head-to-head with the top 20 best-selling LED lamps and compared them with the OttLite LED. We performed 51% better on the Eye Fatigue Index (EFI). This compares two key areas on the visual spectrum to each other and then how they measure up to that beautiful, fiery ball in the sky we call the sun.
unbalanced light can cause eyestrain
Typical LEDs take your eyes on a roller coaster ride filled with big peaks and valleys that force your eyes to work hard to fill in the gaps.
BALANCED WAVELENGTHS like the sun are better FOR YOUR EYES
Natural daylight is healthier for your eyes because it has a more balanced spectrum of color that’s easy on your eyes. And no gaps for your eyes to fill in.
Our exclusive technology is the closest to natural daylight as you can find in an LED light. Which helps your eyes be the healthiest they can be.
THIS IS the best color ACCURACY on the market. NO OTHER LED SHOWS COLOR AS TRUE.
The Color Rendering Index is used to measure how well a light shows color accuracy on a scale of 1-100. The better the score, the more accurate the color rendering. Care to take a guess who performed best with a score of 95?