Amber Light vs. White Light
White light from standard flashlights can span a wide range of wavelengths from 400 – 600 nanometers (nm). The blue-green component between 400 – 535 nm can wake you up and keep you awake even after your turn off the flashlight.
By restricting the wavelengths to above 550 nm, peaking at about 590 nm, you avoid this hazard.
I love this little amber flashlight. Can get up in the middle of the night safely without interfering with going back to sleep.
I love this little thing. It provides just the right amount of light at night. I’ll be buying an extra.
My Mini Amber flashlight enables me to go to bed after I turn off the lights and to get up at night to pee when necessary. It gives plenty of light for these actions. I find it very useful.
Great for kids
Brian K., United States
The kids love having this at night!
Blair R., United States
This is perfect if I wake up in the middle of the night and want to read without disturbing my husband.
Very good design
Lucinda O., United States
It great to use a night if I get up. It is amber light so it doesn’t wake me up too much and I get back to sleep easily. No blue/white light which would keep me awake after using at night.