"Our bodies can be influenced by daylight's changing spectrum of color and brightness. So our new light adjusts with the daylight where you live."
Jake Dyson, Chief Lighting Engineer
We spend up to 90% of our time indoors. Yet poor lighting can affect our eyes and even our well-being.
The Lightcycle™ task light is designed to help reduce eye strain
Even if you don't notice it, low light, glare or flicker can cause eye strain. The Lightcycle™ task light provides more than 1000 lux brightness, combined with glare protection and low optical flicker.²
Tracks daylight. For the right light, at the right time of day.
Unlike most lights that just stay the same, the Dyson Lightycle™ task light adjusts its color temperature and brightness throughout the day. It regulates blue light in relation to your local daylight, providing the right light for the time of day.
Auto-corrects brightness for your age
As we get older, our eye muscles weaken and the lenses harden – so we need up to four times more light. The Lightcycle™ task light automatically adjusts to give you the recommended brightness for your age.³
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¹ LED-life calculation is based on L70 measurement according to IEC 62717, with an estimation of 8 hours’ usage per day. Real-life results may vary.
² Tested at full brightness according to IEEE 1789 - 2015 - Recommended Practices for Modulating Current in High-Brightness LEDs for Mitigating Health Risks to Viewers
³ When connected with the Dyson Link App, tunes color based on local daylight data, and uses manually inputted information for more precise and personalized settings. Standard data and messaging rates may apply.
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