Thank you as always for keeping up to date with therapylights.com.au! We have recently added several Pro X products with stands and many combinations can now be easily purchased. We thought we would take this opportunity to discuss the key difference between the TLA Pro and Pro X ranges, and also delve into what stand combinations are available in this new range.

The three main differences between the Pro and Pro X models are:

1. Size: The Pro X range is smaller and sleeker and uses smaller thinner bulbs to help shave kilograms off the products’ total weight. This lends itself to easier hanging applications, especially when considering stands.
2. Beam Angle: This term refers to the bulbs that surround the LED diodes. Traditionally in our Home and Pro ranges, we have used 60⁰ secondary glass bulbs. The Pro X models use a 30⁰ bulb making the beam angle slimmer which concentrates the light more so that it can travel further. This is so that the stand and product can be further away from the user, reducing the risk of bump injuries or damage.

PRO X

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Thank you as always for keeping up to date with therapylights.com.au! We have recently added several Pro X products with stands and many combinations can now be easily purchased. We thought we would take this opportunity to discuss the key difference between the TLA Pro and Pro X ranges, and also delve into what stand combinations are available in this new range.

The three main differences between the Pro and Pro X models are:

1. Size: The Pro X range is smaller and sleeker and uses smaller thinner bulbs to help shave kilograms off the products’ total weight. This lends itself to easier hanging applications, especially when considering stands.
2. Beam Angle: This term refers to the bulbs that surround the LED diodes. Traditionally in our Home and Pro ranges, we have used 60⁰ secondary glass bulbs. The Pro X models use a 30⁰ bulb making the beam angle slimmer which concentrates the light more so that it can travel further. This is so that the stand and product can be further away from the user, reducing the risk of bump injuries or damage.