This compact infrared lamp is a good choice for people who need a smaller lamp to focus on certain areas of the body. The 300W bulb heats up quickly and has a 15 minute overheat shutoff. The ceramic glass keeps the heat evenly focused, and adjusting the device is easy.
Some customers reported that their lamps stopped working after several months, and replacement bulbs are expensive.
The 10W bulb provides gentle heat, and the small handheld style of this device makes it easy to quickly shift to different areas in need of soothing. The replacement bulb is an added bonus.
The plastic lens eventually cracks under the heat and may need replacing.
A 150W lamp that fits standard US sockets and can be used in a sauna, bathroom, or clamp lamp. The simplest option is also the cheapest in this case, and this bulb works as well as most infrared lamps.
It's up to you to find a lamp for this bulb if you don't want to put it in a ceiling socket.
This infrared lamp is designed to target large areas rather than pinpointing injuries. As a result, it can be used while sitting a short distance from the lamp, and the warm heat it creates is soothing and works quickly to relieve pains and colds. This FDA approved device blocks harmful UV rays and has a glass plate in front of the bulb.
Some customers found that this product stopped working after several months.
When used properly, this far infrared lamp provides soothing energy that quickly relieves pain and warms targeted areas. The heat-coil style means this lamp can be used for periods of 40 minutes, far longer than most infrared lamps.
Some customers noticed that their lamps lost power over several months of use.
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