Luminette vs Ayo vs Pegasi 2 Light Therapy Glass Review

Luminette light therapy glasses
Pegasi light therapy glasses
AYO light therapy glasses

A detailed review comparing ayo vs luminette light therapy glasses, ayo vs pegasi light therapy glasses, and pegasi vs luminette light therapy glasses.

Pegasi 2 is a light-weight light therapy glass that charges really fast and emits blue-green light while the AYO light therapy glass can be charged wirelessly through the case or charged directly with micro-usb cord.

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass connects to the pegasi app via bluetooth while the luminette light therapy glass does not have bluetooth connection.

AYO light therapy glass is controlled 100% by the app, you can’t use the AYO light therapy glass without the app. While the luminette light therapy glass can be used and controlled without the myluminette app.

Why am I comparing AYO vs Luminette vs Pegasi Light therapy glasses?

If you have been on the market for a light therapy glass, you might have stumbled across AYO light therapy glasses, luminette light therapy glasses, and/or Pegasi 2 light therapy glasses. This Luminette vs Ayo vs Pegasi 2 Review will give you a general overview of these light therapy glasses. Let’s start my summarizing the key features and benefits of each class.

Summary Review of Ayo vs Luminette vs Pegasi light therapy glasses.

  AYO LUMINETTE PEGASI
Help with Sleep Yes YesYes
Help with SAD Yes YesYes
Help with Jet Lag Yes YesYes
APP or no APP Yes YesYes
Bluetooth Connectivity Yes NOYes
Glass Size 6.1 x 2.6 x 0.9 inches 0.39 Inches1.7oz
Case Size 6.8 x 3.1 x 2.6 inches N/AN/A
Glass Charging time 3 HOURS 4 Hours70 Minutes
Battery capacity or type 3.7V, 100mAh2 lithium metal290mAh – lithium-ion polymer
Case Battery capacity or type 3.7V, 500mAh N/A N/A
Session per charge 6 sessions 10 sessions 10 sessions
Case session per charge 20 sessions N/A N/A
Type of light Blue-greenBlue-white light Blue-green
Light wavelength 470nm468nm Safe wavelength
Glass Weight 35gN/A 47g
Case Weight 185gN/A N/A
Intensity Level s N/A500 – 1500 LUX N/A

What Ayo, Luminette, and Pegasi light therapy glasses have in common.

These light therapy glasses help with sleep

Each of these glasses help you with sleep. They are basically designed to boost your energy in the morning and help you fall asleep at night. Ayo, Luminette, and Pegasi light therapy glasses activate your supra-chiasmic nucleus which helps to control your melatonin level production.

When you experience insomnia, lack of sleep, waking up in the middle of the night, or other sleep problems, these light therapy glasses help to adjust your biological clock and circadian rhythm.

These light therapy glasses help with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or winter blues is usually caused by insufficient exposure to light. If your doctor has recommended light therapy for you, then the Luminette, Ayo, or Pegasi light therapy glasses is a good solution to your SAD problem.

You could use SAD Lamps or boxes where you have to sit in front of the light for 30 minutes in the morning. But those light boxes cost you time because you have to stay in one location to get your light therapy. With these glasses, you can put them on and move on with your daily activities like brushing your teeth or eating breakfast.

These light therapy glasses help with jet lag

People that travel long distances or travel a lot generally experience jet lag. What exactly is jet lag? Jet lag is fatigue from traveling typically caused by difference in time zones. Ayo, Luminette, or the Pegasi light therapy glass can really help you with jet lag.

Just using any of these glasses for 20 minutes will suppress your melatonin levels and give you an immediate boost of energy. Using these light therapy glasses will help reduce the length of time it takes you to recover from jet lag.

These light therapy glasses are convenient to use

Each of these glasses are convenient to use because they are not a light boxes or lamps. You can typically put these glasses on above your own glasses, you can have them on while doing minor chores, they are easy to put on and put off, they turn on/off easily, they charge quickly, and they last a long time per charge. The ayo, luminette, and pegasi light therapy glasses are the most convenient light therapy devices in the market right now.

Now that we have seen some of the things these glasses have in common, let’s explore their differences.

What makes Ayo, Luminette, and Pegasi 2 light therapy glasses UNIQUE?

App and Connectivity

Ayo light therapy glass app
Ayo light therapy glass app
Ayo light therapy glass app
Ayo light therapy glass app
Ayo light therapy glass app

Ayo light therapy glass

The AYO light therapy glasses has an app. The app connects to your glasses through Bluetooth. When you first open the frames of the glass, they blink blue lights 3 times. These blue lights is an indication that they are connecting to your phone via bluetooth. The app comes the option for you to set your own program using 3 different modes.

You can schedule program for sleep, travel, or energy boost ranging from 40 minutes to 20 minutes. The only downside is that you cannot use the AYO light therapy glass without the App. The App is available in android and iOS. Go here to read the full review of AYO light therapy glass.

Luminette light therapy glass

The Luminette light therapy has an app. But, the app does not connect to the glasses through Bluetooth. The app is just there for you to schedule reminders to remind you to use the glass. You can also schedule your travel plans and it also has other scheduling features. The app is available in Android and iOS and it is called “MyLuminette.” Go here to read our full review of the Luminette light therapy glasses.

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass

The pegasi light therapy glasses comes with its own app too. This app is available in android and iOS. The Pegasi light therapy glass connects to the app using bluetooth. And the Pegasi light therapy app can be used without the app. The app has different programs you can choose from. Since the app is not mandatory in order to use the glasses, the Pegasi light therapy app can be use to enhance your experience with the pegasi light therapy glasses.

The pegasi 2 glasses and app is like an intermediate between AYO light therapy glasses and Luminette light therapy glasses app. This is unlike the Ayo glasses that you can’t use without the app, and unlike the luminette light therapy glass that doesn’t connect the app. Go here to read our full review of the pegasi 2 light therapy glass.

Case or no Case

Luminette light therapy glass case.
AYO Blue-light wearable product image (1)
AYO light therapy glass case

Ayo light therapy glass

The Ayo light therapy glasses comes with a hard shell case for storage and traveling. The case has a charging port so that the ayo light therapy glasses case will be charged. The ayo glasses is charged inside the case. So, there is a small pin inside the case that connects to the glasses. Once you place the glasses inside the case, the glasses automatically starts charging as long as the case is charged.

The case can be used as a power-bank back up battery for the glasses. The ayo light therapy glasses charge without the case. But having a case that can be charged using a micro-usb cable, and can be used to charge the glasses is an absolute game changer. Go here to read the full review of AYO light therapy glass.

Luminette light therapy glass

The Luminette light therapy glass comes with its case for storage and traveling. You cannot charge the glass from the case. The case has a pouch where you can store your charging cable for the glasses when you are traveling.  The case is a nice to have, but is no where as impressive as the Ayo light therapy cases. Go here to read our full review of the Luminette light therapy glasses.

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass

Unfortunately, the pegasi 2 light therapy glasses does not come with a case. I wish the pegasi glasses has a hard shell case or any case as a matter of fact. Go here to read our full review of the pegasi 2 light therapy glass.

Charging method and battery life expectancy and session duration per charge.

Luminette Light therapy charging port
Pegasi light therapy charging port

Ayo light therapy glass

The AYO light therapy glass can be charged using the case or charged directly on the glass. The charging port uses a micro-USB cable for charging. It charges from 0-100% in about 3 hours and you get 6 sessions per full charge.

Each session last about 30 minutes. The AYO light therapy case can last about 10 hours and 20 sessions per charge. The battery capacity of the glass is about 100mAh and the battery capacity of the case is about 500mAh.

Luminette light therapy glass

The luminette light therapy glass gives you 30 minutes per session. It has 3 light intensity levels at 500 LUX, 1000 LUX, and 1500 LUX. The battery expectancy of the luminette light therapy glass is about 10 sessions per charge.

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass

Pegasi 2 light therapy glasses achieves full capacity charge in about 70 minutes. This glass has the fastest charging time among the three glasses we are reviewing today. The pegasi glasses shows indication lights to show when it is being charged and when the battery is low.

The pegasi light glasses therapy app also shows you the battery level of the glasses. The battery capacity of the glass is 290mAh. Each full charge lasts about 7 or more days if you are using the glass everyday.

How to use Ayo, Luminette, and Pegasi light therapy glasses

How to turn on Pegasi light therapy glass

Ayo light therapy glass

Using the Ayo light therapy glass and app is quit easy and simple. You have to download the app and connect the glasses to the app via bluetooth. After this connection is established, then you can start using the Ayo light therapy glasses.

Everything about the glass is controlled from the app. From turning the glass on/off, to programming the glass usage cycle, to choosing light intensity. All of that is done through the app.

Luminette light therapy glass

When you first receive the Luminette light therapy glass, it is recommended to charge it for 5 hours initially. Unlike the pegasi 2, you only need to press the on/off button once.

Pressing the power button multiple times will allow you to select the intensity of your light and length of time for your session. And again, there are three intensity levels at 45 minutes/500 Lux, 30 minutes/1000 LUX, 20 minutes/1500 Lux.

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass

Double tapping the on/off button on the right side of the frame turns the glass on. The glass turns off automatically after 30 minutes of use. After downloading the pegasi light therapy app, register/sign in, and then follow the onscreen instructions to connect the app to your glasses via bluetooth. You can use the glass without connecting it to the app.

Type of light and wavelength used in each light therapy glass

Luminette Light Therapy glass light settings
Example of AYO light therapy glass blue-lights
Pegasi 2 blue greenish light.

Ayo light therapy glass

  • AYO light therapy glasses uses 4 LED lights that are blue-ish in color. The lights in the AYO light therapy glasses are UV and IR free in the wavelength of 470nm ± 2nm

Luminette light therapy glass

  • Luminette light therapy glasses uses blue-white lights that has 3 different intensities. The lights in the Luminette are also safe for the human eyes at 468nm

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass

  • Pegasi 2 light therapy glasses uses blue lights as well. Although the light in the glasses appear to be greenish blue. The wavelength of light used in this classes are in the safe wavelength too.

What comes in the box of AYO, Luminette, and Pegasi light therapy glasses?

What comes in Luminette light therapy box
What comes in AYO light therapy box

Ayo light therapy glass

The Ayo light therapy glass comes with…

  • Micro USB charger
  • Instruction manual
  • Ayo light therapy glass case and
  • Ayo light therapy glasses

Luminette light therapy glass

Luminette light therapy glasses come with…

  • Luminette glasses case
  • US Plug adapter
  • Micro USB plug
  • Instruction manual and
  • The Luminette glasses

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass comes with…

  • An instruction manual
  • Pegasi 2 light therapy glasses and
  • A USB charger

The Pros and Cons that make each light therapy glass unique

Pros of each light therapy glass

Ayo light therapy glass

  • Has an adjustable nose guard and head so that it can fit any head size.
  • Can be charged through the case wirelessly

Luminette light therapy glass

  • The glasses can be used without connecting it to the app first. This is a massive advantage because it makes the app optional instead of mandatory like Ayo therapy app.

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass

  • Charges really fast. Full charge in 70 minutes

Cons of each light therapy glass

Ayo light therapy glass

  • I wish the glasses could be used without connecting it to the app first.

Luminette light therapy glass

  • I wish it was adjustable, but it is not. It is one size fits all which can serve as a disadvantage as people have different head sizes.

Pegasi 2 light therapy glass

  • It would be nice to have a hard shell case for the glasses

Conclusion

All these glasses are very similar to each other. But here are a few things you might consider when choosing the right glass for you.

If you want a light therapy glass with an app and connects to your phone via bluetooth, then consider the ayo light therapy glass and the pegasi light therapy glass

If you want a light therapy glass with a case, then consider the ayo light therapy glass or the luminette light therapy glass.

If you want a light therapy glass that charges very quickly and last long too, you might want to consider the pegasi 2 light therapy glasses. They other glasses lasts long too, but they don’t charge as fast as the pegasi 2.

3 thoughts on “Luminette vs Ayo vs Pegasi 2 Light Therapy Glass Review”

  1. I bought Luminette 3 and am satisfied because they don’t require a smart phone. I don’t have a smart phone. AYO requires a smart phone which many people don’t have. Has anyone worn the glasses for more than 20 minutes. How long does it take to get help with sleep?? Would love to hear from other users of Luminette 3. Is there a blog?? Thanks.

    1. I have done extensive research on all three, including if lights approved for safety and standards, types of lights and info in colors, independent reviews, including Amazon comments, Q&A and reviews, but also other reviews.
      I have decided on Ago, mainly because.of the app that is very helpful. It provides you with a schedule and (hopefully) tracks completion. The Luminette was my 2nd best but it’s app is very basic and peimarily is a timer. Can’t rembmver if Luminette 3 changed that.
      Mayo is also the.most streamlined and lightest. It might be more comfortable and a better fit due to the nose piece, but I do know that Luminette 3 improved its nose piece. If you are getting the Luminette, a reviewer said, “Don’t pull the reflective strip when pulling off blue film. She almost did. That may not pertain to the updated 3rd Luminette, but I made note of it, just in case, so I pass it in to you.
      Luminette supposedly has the brightest lights, which I liked. But 2-3 people said they were too strong. One.l was angry and returned them immediately. One used the lowest light for a shorter time and increased gradually to give her eyes time to adjust.
      If you can get on a computer, go to Amazon.com, and check out their reviews. There was a gentleman who had bad sleep problems for over 40 years. He said he purchased one of these glasses for a couple of weeks, feeling just a little better in the mornings, until one night he was so sleepy, he to lay down. He immediately fell asleep and slept like a rock all night. It was the first time in all those years, and now he goes to sleep at a regular time each night.
      So good luck with your glasses. By the way, in Amazon, you can search for the Luminette 3, and when you look at the information for that produce, towards the bottom is a place for questions.
      Yvonne

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