JACKSON — Full Spectrum Solutions Inc., a manufacturer of healthy lighting solutions, announced today that several of its patented full spectrum BlueMax HD Lighting products will be available at select Best Buy stores in Chicago by the end of September.
“After researching all other available lighting products, Best Buy selected BlueMax because it’s the only dimmable, multi-functional lamp on the market that produces an unmatched quality of light and provides light therapy,” said Full Spectrum Michael Nevins, president and CEO.
Best Buy is in the process of expanding its product line to include health and wellness offerings in more than 600 stores nationwide. As part of the retail giant’s new health and wellness initiative, Best Buy will be offering BlueMax light therapy lamps for treating Seasonal Affective Disorder, full spectrum task lamps and the Berkeley Lamp II for enhanced visual acuity.
BlueMax HD Lighting products were designed to help people who need better lighting for reading, crafting, artwork, sewing, and other tasks that require visual acuity and attention to detail. Using a unique phosphor blend, BlueMax full spectrum lamps produce light that has the same color and quality of natural daylight around noon, without emitting potentially dangerous UV rays. Several products are bright enough to help treat symptoms of seasonal depression, also referred to as SAD.
The following Chicago area Best Buy stores will be the first to feature interactive BlueMax HD Lighting displays this fall: Butterfield Road (store 301) and Downers Grove (store 316) in Downers Grove; and Fox Valley Mall (store 2743) in Aurora.
Full Spectrum Solutions manufactures energy-efficient, full spectrum lighting solutions for home and office applications. By working directly with world renowned research partners and testing facilities, including the California Lighting Technology Center at UC Davis and the Enhanced Spectrum Lab at the University of Michigan, Full Spectrum Solutions, Inc. offers more than 200 lighting products marketed today under the names BlueMax, UltraLux and EverLast.
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