The Ultimate Evening Bulb To Optimize Your Sleep QualityThe problem with modern light bulbs is that they contain a very high portion of blue light, which is known to disrupt your sleep and circadian rhythm. This type of light tricks your brain into thinking that it is still day time - leaving you feeling wide awake when you should be unwinding for bed.
While the solution used to be throwing away all the light bulbs in your home, and only using candles... Mychondria had a better idea!
We created The Orb - a LED bulb which contains ZERO blue light, ZERO flicker, and is low EMF.
This provides you with the perfect light environment after sunset in order to optimise your sleep quality!
What Makes The Orb Different To Other Sleep Bulbs?
Unlike other 'sleep bulbs' which use a white light in their centre and a red outer casing, the Orb is red all the way to its core!
The result is a 100% efficient removal of blue light.
SpecificationsInput voltage: 110~240V/50/60HZ LED Power: 7w LED Color: Red (peak 660nm) Flicker free *The Orb is not designed to be used in dimmable light fittings.
Frequently asked questions
We recommend at least 1-2 hours before you plan on going to bed. If you want to go all out, you can start using your Orbs from the moment the sun sets.
When is the best time of day to to use my Orbs?
Is the Orb as bright as the Mychondria red light therapy devices?
Definitely not! The Orb is the perfect combination of the right wavelength of light, with a dim setting. If you want to light a larger room, then multiple Orbs are recommended.
Does the Orb heat up?
Due to the nature of LEDs we have been able to replicate the wavelength of light from a fire WITHOUT the heat production. This gives you with the sleep benefits of a fire, plus the safety of a standard home bulb.
What about other light sources? My phone, laptop, T.V. etc?
The way that the Orbs work is by giving you a light source without any of the sleep disruptive types of light. It is recommended that you also limit blue light from your devices using apps/software tools (IRIS and Flux as examples)