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Yes it does, however I haven't really used it since when the alarm goes on it goes right away to it's maxium light power. So this one isn't like some of those SAD lights that go gradually brighter, it just blasts the light straight on you when timer goes on, which isn't really a nice way to wake-up. Also the alarm sou… see more Yes it does, however I haven't really used it since when the alarm goes on it goes right away to it's maxium light power. So this one isn't like some of those SAD lights that go gradually brighter, it just blasts the light straight on you when timer goes on, which isn't really a nice way to wake-up. Also the alarm sound is quite bad in my opinion, I prefer a traditional alarm clock or even iPhone. see less
By JPA on 25 November 2013
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I use mine about 9 to 12 inches away.
By MyMyAmazon on 04 December 2013
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Don't waste your money, buy an alarm clock instead!
By Caz on 02 November 2014
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ask the company that you bought it from, or philips.
I would probably find one that would facilitate that has a 9.5v output but you have to realize what you are doing.

By Peter D. C. on 13 January 2015
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Not a doctor by any stretch: but I would imagine yes. This is not meant to be the main light source during usage... have a lamp or curtains open etc.
So the effects on your eyes are minimal.

By @ on 14 December 2013
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the charger I got with the product had multiple slide-on attachments, so yes.
By R. Thomsen on 17 January 2014
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I doubt it is 'medically' certified. After several months of use I have given up using it, made no difference and was very restricting to use having to be so close to it. I am sure there are better ways to waste your money! I think there was a get your money back offer if you don't notice the difference in 30 days, I d… see more I doubt it is 'medically' certified. After several months of use I have given up using it, made no difference and was very restricting to use having to be so close to it. I am sure there are better ways to waste your money! I think there was a get your money back offer if you don't notice the difference in 30 days, I didnt use this as I kept hoping something would eventually happen - it didn't. see less
By Alan W on 02 August 2014
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Sorry, Cant help you mine is in a box in the loft which is as useful a place as any for this piece of kit. As for effectiveness two SAD suffers have used mine with the same effect - Nil. I think it comes with (or it did) a 30 day trail so if you should buy it, try it out then return it to Philips, within the trail peri… see more Sorry, Cant help you mine is in a box in the loft which is as useful a place as any for this piece of kit. As for effectiveness two SAD suffers have used mine with the same effect - Nil. I think it comes with (or it did) a 30 day trail so if you should buy it, try it out then return it to Philips, within the trail period, without hoping that using it longer may show some improvement in the condition. see less
By Alan W on 21 October 2014
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Unfortunately I cant answer your questions as I have found that the Philips golite doesn't seem to actually do anything. mine is now totally unused after trying it for several months without any success or effect. Reading the product description I would assume it is considered 'medical', I dont see how it could be 'co… see more Unfortunately I cant answer your questions as I have found that the Philips golite doesn't seem to actually do anything. mine is now totally unused after trying it for several months without any success or effect. Reading the product description I would assume it is considered 'medical', I dont see how it could be 'cosmetic' even if it actually did anything. see less
By Alan W on 12 December 2014