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Recommended LED Light for SAD in a Basement Apartment Installation
I would like to get something for the basement apartment that is best for mental health during the dark winter in VT. I'm sorry, but I'm finding your website totally overwhelming with all the information. Could you just recommend something? Also, I was looking at the Centric series LED bulbs, but the two I saw said they were only 10W each. That seems really dim, especially for a dark basement apartment.
Based on the details that were provided, there are a few products that we might recommend depending on the intended use of the space.
For use within general-purpose areas of the apartment, we might recommend the 3000K FilmGrade™ Flicker-Free A19 LED Bulb or the 4000K CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ Full Spectrum Flicker-Free A19 10W LED Bulb.
For work areas, or artwork creation areas, we might recommend the 5000K option of the CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ Full Spectrum Flicker-Free A19 10W LED Bulb.
Each of these product options will offer the same high CRI, which measures how similar the light spectrum output of the bulbs is to natural sunlight. These products also feature a low flicker-rate. Products with a high flicker rate, such as fluorescent lights, can cause additional eye fatigue.
However, in the event that these bulbs are not bright enough, or wind up being not to your preference, we are happy to offer a 30 day return policy. Simply let us know which products you would like to return, and we will issue a free return label.
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