Lightstim Professional Led bed or Lightwave Envy LED bed.
The Lightstem LED bed has more LEDS on the bottom but the Lightwave ENVY has more combined top and bottom LEDS. After trying the Lightwave bed with their SBT diodes it had a different feel than the Lightstim bed. It was a long time ago when I tried the Nova Thor bed which at the time sold for around 100,000 dollars. These beds have really came down in price since then. The Lightwave Envy after comparing specs has the strongest fluence of all the beds. The Nova Thor was the first one to become FDA cleared. (It really bothers me when sales reps says they LED bed was the first to get FDA cleared and I know the date when that original Nova Thor came out and I was sent an email showing that it was just FDA cleared. (I could probably pull up that email too). So, don't try to lie and say yours was the first because yours wasn't even around then.
I liked the Lightstim Led bed even though it had just a bottom body length panel. The Lightwave was a little longer based on the measurements I did at the Aesthetics show at the Javitz Center in NYC. They said the their bed has 18,240 LEDS. The Lightwave Envy had 24,000 diodes. For those over 6 foot 2, they might want a longer bed. The Lightstim is long enough for most people at 74 by 36 inches.
I urge clinics that are buying these to try both types. Many people don't want to be closed in on the Lightwave Envy even if it means taking twice as long to do a session on a half bed by laying on my back and then my stomach the other half of the session. But, the fluence of the LightStim beats the Lightwave Envy if comparing fluence alone.
The Lightwave Envy has more overall fluence but less dosage per body area. But overall, the Lightwave Envy has more dosage but spread out over the whole body. The places that have the most to try are California, Texas (the Nova Thor can be tried there), Colorado, and NY. (these are the places that I know of at this time that have access to these that have bought them already for their clinic. Or, just wait till there is an aesthetics /spa show in your area. One of the manufacturer's offered to fly me to NYC when I told them about what I was doing. I was in NY at the Aesthetics show already and already tried their product. Companies seem like they will do anything to be the first to get my business. Right now, some of these companies should be happy that I am not the type that puts on Youtube when I bust companies in lies. It's all for my own research and I don't trash talk other brands. It's nice when I have access to dealer pricing to many of these brands. For those that are making a big purchase like this (a LED bed), this is a big step up for a business that has just the LED panels. I urge people to hear the "we got the best one" stories from manufacturers and come to me last to find out what I know.
This is the Lightstim bed. Each panel has a sensor in it (see the thing in the middle of each panel on the right).
A closeup of the sensor in Lightstim panels on their LED light bed.
The Lightwave and Lightstim beds are the most compared beds on my site. There are pros and cons of different beds and I know the differences. I have also reviewed the latest LED beds. There are about 4 new brands since I went to the trade show last year. I have manufacturer's calling me every time one of these led beds come out and they want to see if I will sell their beds.
I ONLY sell beds that are FDA cleared and UL listed and will not get shut down if the department comes in. Many practitioners have to get rid of their LED bed when it is not accepted by the department and they have to buy a new one or sell their bed.
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...because every company claimed their LED panel was the best