If you're searching for the best red light therapy panel to suit your needs then this resource is for you!
Shopping for a Red Light Body Panel in 2021 / 2022 means you are spoilt for choice. There are a dozens of companies out there each with quite vast product ranges. Lots of competition means great prices and a certainty that there will be the perfect panel for you.
The downside though is with so many panels to choose from, knowing what to buy can become overwhelming.
Throw in fancy marketing terms, advanced technologies such as pulsing and multiwave LEDs, sprinkle a wide spectrum of sizes, prices, warranties and shipping rates and it's enough for someone to simply give up and not bother at all.
But it doesn't have to be this way.
Firstly, we know that red light therapy works. The benefits are well researched and widely known.
Secondly, I have years of experience testing, using, researching and reviewing red light therapy panels. In fact right now I have over 30 different red light panels in my office. Back in 2019, I carried out a review series to answer 'what is the best red light therapy panel?'.
Now, in late 2021 - after a 2 year period which has seen some revolutionary new panels enter the market - I have answered this question again 'What is the best Red Light Therapy Panel for 2021 / 2022?'
This time round i have compared red light panels from 12 different companies and tested and ranked them over 10 scoring rounds.
Choosing the best panel for you may depend on many factors, such as price and shipping cost, power output of the panel, EMF exposure, sound (or noise) that the panel creates, the overall value proposition, wavelengths included, ease of use, warranty and much more.
All that information can be overwhelming and confusing. For that reason, I have put together my red light therapy buyer's guide to help you get started.
I've also created a very extensive Excel sheet where I collect all data of my red light therapy testing. That Excel sheet is updated every month with the latest data from my testing so that you can source the most up to date information going forward.
Right now, I've got over 5 years worth of experience researching red light therapy. I've gone out of my way not just to source the best red light therapy panels on the market today, but I've also invested in great testing equipment.
And all of this has been leveraged for my 2021 red light therapy body panel showdown.
Are you ready to get started? Let's go:
*** Affiliate Disclosure ***
I am affiliated with all 11 out of 12 companies that produce these red light panels. That means if you purchase any of these products by clicking any of the links in the blog below OR use discount code ALEX then I receive a small commission. There is no cost to you - it is a win-win (you get a discount and ai get a small commission). This commission helps me fund reviews like this one. Also, I wanted to be affiliated with all the companies whenever possible to remove any review bias. We know red light therapy works, my goal is simply to help you make an informed decision when buying a red light panel.
If you'd rather watch this series, checkout my YouTube video below:
For my 2021 comparison, I've focused on 'Body Panels'. Meaning red light therapy panels with 150-300 LEDs. And, even though the choice for 150-300 is somewhat arbitrary, it includes many panels that can treat large parts of your body at the same time.
Body panels are ideal for offering good value while reducing treatment time over small panels such as handheld red light therapy units. Mega panels, with 301 LEDs or more, I will review in a later blog post and video series so be sure to subscribe to my newsletter for more on these.
So, let's introduce the body panels of this 2021 Red Light Body Panel Comparison no particular order:
I'll be updating this review blog every few days as I release a new video for each round.
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There is so much to cover when comparing these panels. So I have broken up the best red light therapy panel comparison review into 10 rounds. Each round will rank and score the panels on specific criteria.
I will then announce a 'winner' for each round, before combining all these scores together to find the overall winner.
Below I've listed all rounds.
Finally, I will announce the top panels for specific goals and declare the best overall red light therapy body panel for 2021!
A quick note on the scoring system used in this showdown - I will rank each panel from 1st place to 12th place for each category. I will then convert this ranking into a score. Higher scores are better. I will then tally up these scores to find the best red light body panel for 2021.
Let's get this show on the road!
For the first round, I compare price and shipping costs.
Let's look at the price first.
I have been given a discount code to share with you for 11 of the panels below. This code is ALEX and it knocks anything from $25 to 15% off the purchase price.
Because of this extra discount, I will score this category using the discounted price of each panel.
Note - Joovv did not supply a discount code.
Let's breakdown the prices, where I've included both the retail price as well as the discounted price once you apply code ALEX:
All prices are based upon USD based on the exchange rate at the time of writing. If prices are in GBP or AUD, I've converted these prices to USD at the time of writing.
* Correction: After getting an e-mail from Andrew LaTour from GembaRed, it turns out that we have a 10% discount code for his panel, instead of 5%. I've updated the info to "ALEX - 10%" but changing the discounted price has also changed the rankings. My apologies to Andrew! I will shoot a video with corrections at the end of this series, updating the final scoreboard. For this reason, the scores in the videos aren't 100% aligned with the final outcome, because all videos were shot earlier. I.e., GembaRed should have scored 4th place in this round while the Boncharge (formerly BLUblox) Hive Max should have taken 5th place.
After applying code ALEX, 7 panels in total are priced below the sweet spot of $1,000. I consider $1,000 USD or less a decent price for a body panel.
Also observe that there's a big difference in price between the least and most expensive panel. The Red Light Rising Advantage 900 costs $1,638 with discount code ALEX while the Red Rush 720 from the Red Light Therapy Company costs $729.
Shipping costs change the picture even further though, with the following outcomes:
As you can see, shipping costs vary widely. At best, companies offer worldwide free shipping. Four different companies offer free worldwide shipping right now, which are Infraredi, Boncharge (formerly BLUblox), Solbasium, and Rouge.
Free shipping can make a huge difference on the price that you're paying in different parts of the world.
I've not taken shipping into account for the scoring of this round given, but, depending on your location, I assume that the shipping costs that I've laid out here might absolutely change your choice in regards to how you rate each panel.
Here are the results of round 1:
*Note: GembaRed should have placed fourth, after the correction I made in the table above. Due to the massive confusion it will lead to if I update these tables, I've therefore chosen to keep the scoreboard as it originally was in my videos, and to address the issue in the final video I shoot about this topic.
The results of round 1 also automatically supply you with the ranking after one round. Of course, from round 2 and further into my review that assessment will change.
In round 2 I test the power output (also known as irradiance) of these 12 red light panels.
Now before we get into the data, I have make a few things clear.
I tested for the following 3 metrics:
It's the total power output that I use for determining the best and worst panels in this power (irradiance) category. So here are the outcomes:
You can read more about my testing methodology in my ultimate red light therapy buyer's guide.
Next up, here are some observations about this round:
Let's check out the results of this round, based upon total power output:
So, based upon total power output, here are the results of round 2:
Based upon the points allocated in this round, I end up with the following rankings after 2 rounds:
After 2 rounds, the BioMax 600 and Infraredi Max share first place. The Red Rush 720 sits in third place. The MitoPRO 1500 and LightpathLED Large Multiwave Pulsed are closely behind at 4th and 5th place. We're still early in the game though so all of these rankings can still change based upon later rounds!
I'm very excited about what's coming and hope you're too!
If you like to watch the YouTube video on this round, click below:
In round 3, we look at "value".
What exactly do I mean by value? And why do I have a round looking at value, after we've already had a 'price' round? Here are my explanations:
So let's check out the results of this round:
So here's the USD per Watt outcome (remember lower is better)
**Note: The GembaRed value has been updated to match them giving me a 10% discount code instead of 5%. The final ranking does not change due to that fact!
Notice that there's a huge difference in the amount of money you're paying per total Watt of power output when you compare the top panels to the bottom. In fact, there's a more than 3-fold difference between the winner and last place panel of this round.
These results show that there are 3 panels that are of exceptionally great value, these are the MitoRed MitoPro 1500, the Infraredi Max 2021 and the PlatinumLED BioMax 600.
All of which have a $ per watt figure of less than $9.
The LightPathLED Large Multiwave Pulsed panel is not far off them with a figure of $9.26.
Then you have 6 panels between $10 and $20, and 2 panels above $20. With the Red Light Rising Advantage 900 coming in at an astronomical $28.30 per watt output!
Once again, by allocating 12 point to the winner, 11 points to the number 2 panel, all the way down to 1 point of the last place, I end with the following ranking after round 3:
The exciting part? Right now this contest is still a very close race between the top-3 contenders, and even the top-6 to 7 can still win this content if they score really well on the other rounds!
If you like to watch the YouTube video on this round, click below:
For testing these panels I use the Cornet ED88t meter. And no, this EMF meter doesn't cost $5,000 but it actually holds up really well against much more expensive meters. If you want a cornet meter then you can get one HERE.
I've tested the EMFs in 2 different ranges:
I've programmed my Cornet meter with the Building Biology EMF Safety Standards. The meter then gives you a score in colors. Green here, means the Building Biology standards would consider the exposure safe, yellow is unsafe and you'll have to limit exposure as much as possible, and red entails dangerous exposure that you should avoid.
I didn't bother testing microwaves for these panels as only 2 have a microwave transmitting function (the Joovv Solo 3.0 and PlatinumLED BioMax 600) and both have the option to disable this transmitter.
The Joovv uses bluetooth when you use the bundled Joovv app, and the Biomax has a function to connect with other panels but this is disabled by default and not a requirement to use for multi-panel use.
All electronic devices emit some electric fields, but with good engineering practices, these fields can be dramatically reduced and or shielded.
Though reducing them are rather challenging so I always expect to see some magnetic fields when testing these panels.
Also, here are some comments on the magnetic and electric field issues:
Ready for the results? Here we go (remember lower is better)
I've ranked the panels based on electric fields first. This is because these fields are quite damaging and at the same time very easy to shield from an engineering point of view (i.e. there really is no excuse for a company to have 0 electric fields in 2021).
The Joovv Solo and Red Therapy Red Rush 720 Classic were the only two panels with Electric fields. These two take bottom positions in this round with the Red Rush taking last spot due to their high Electric and high magnetic fields.
The Joovv had really good magnetic readings, but poor electric fields. I put this down to a poor power cable that doesn't have a grounding plug - which is a 50c fix! Joovv really tripped up on this one.
I then scored magnetic fields, and, there's quite a difference in exposure levels. Again, I've included the 3-inch reading because many people stand very close to their panel, sometimes even with their body pressed against it entirely - plus, as you can see a lot of the 6 inch readings are really good, so we need to go closer to really determine what is going on.
6 panels had no magnetic EMF at 6 inches, which is excellent. These were all in the top 6 for this round.
The four that did have a reading at the 6-inch mark still have relatively low figures. Yes the figures are in the 'Orange = Unsafe' zone, but they are low in this zone.
And that is true for most of the panels that had an orange reading at the 3-inch mark. Personally, anything below 0.3uT at 3 inches I consider to be safe - as in I would use it and be happy with my loved ones using it. Remember, these are the 3-inch figures, so that is quite close to the panel.
The Mito Red MitoPRO 1500 takes first place here with an incredibly low EMF score.. The Platinum BioMax is close though and shares second place with the GembaRed Reboot.
After adding these latest rankings to the overall standings we see the following:
So here's the ranking right now after 4 rounds:
Again, only 1-2 points separate the panels in the top-3, so it's a really close race!
However, outside the top three, there is a big gap opening up. With 13 points separating the Infraredi Max in 3rd place and the Optix 180 in 4th place. Can the panels in the middle range close the gap and become the top panel? Let's find out!
If you like to watch the YouTube video on this round, click below:
So here's what you need to know about my testing in this round:
The outcome of this round? Here is the rankings and breakdown of what technologies each panel uses:
Please observe that I consider panels with 2 wavelengths - 660 nanometers and 850 nanometers, not a "multiwave" panel. These panels, therefore, have a "NO" score in the last column on the table above.
The Lightpath LED Large Multiwave pulsed really stands out on its own in this round! Not only does the Large Multiwave Pulsed have 5 wavelengths - 620 nm, 660 nm, 810 nm, 830 nm, and 930 nm - it also has a very extensive pulsing feature.
I've talked about that pulsing feature in much more detail in my review of the LightpathLED Large Multiwave Pulsed. The panel allows you to pulse light at anything from 1hz all the way up to 9,999hz. Which is quite amazing. Also, the panel has pre-programmed "Nogier frequencies which you can select from. Read my review and more info on that panel HERE.
The interview I had with Scott Kennedy, the CEO of LightpathLED, is also highly recommended!
Now that we know who the winners of this round are, let's tally up the score and update the scoreboard after round 5:
Here's the updated ranking after 5 rounds - exciting that we're already half-way in:
The outcome after 5 rounds?
Well, the MitoPRO 1500 and BioMax 600 share top spot with 51 points each. The Infraredi Max trails behind with 42 points - slipping behind as it lost points this round because it doesn't use multiwave or pulsing and doesn't have as many LED's as some of the other panels.
The LightpathLED has also surged ahead and sits in fourth spot. But is still 13 points behind 1st place.
The Red Light Rising Advantage 900 is in second to last place and the Boncharge (formerly BLUblox) Hive Max sits in last place.
As always, you can watch this round on YouTube:
In this round I look at the sound output and any 'flicker' that the LED's produce. Let's explore why flicker and sound are important:
With all that said, let's move on to the results of this round:
So, here are the outcomes on both flicker and sound. Only 2 panels had any meaningful flicker that could be measured, and these two panels scored lowest during this round:
So, the Red Light Therapy Company Red Rush 720 and the Rouge PRO were the only two panels with flicker. Their decibel (dB) sound output was decent, in the mid-50s.
Keep in mind that the dB scale is logarithmic, meaning that for every 10 dB increase the loudness level goes up 10-fold. So, a 57 dB sound is 10 times as loud as a 47 dB sound. Hence, even though these numbers all look closely related, there's a huge difference between the loudest and most quiet panel.
In fact, there's a 14.6-fold difference between the top and lowest ranking panel in this round, which is probably a 15-20-fold difference in loudness!
The Infraredi Max panel scores really well in this round, taking a solid first place. With the quietest panel by quite some margin.
One comment I have about the Joovv panel here is that the high pitch it gives out is really irritating. If you want to hear that pitch on video - even though it's not super clear - then check out the timestamp where I discuss the issue in my video.
Overall, I do think that the sound of a panel matters. If you're spending 10 or 20 minutes a day, a few times a week, next to a panel, then, a 50dB and 60dB loudness will make all the difference in the world.
Higher sound levels literally increase your stress levels, blood pressure, and heart rate, as Bart has already described in his noise pollution series.
So, let's take these scores and update our overall standings after 6 rounds:
We see that the MitoPro and Biomax remain on first place, but the Infraredi Max with the recent win have closed in on the leaders sitting only 3.5 points behind (before this round they were 9 points behind).
4th place - Solbasium Optix 180 and 5th place - LightPath LED - are seperated by only half a point.
Whereas Red Light Rising and Boncharge (formerly BluBlox) Hive remain at the bottom of the table.
We have 4 more scoring rounds to go. It's still unclear who is going to come out with the title of the best red light therapy body panel! Who do you think will take the crown?!
By the way, if you'd rather watch a YouTube video of this round, click below:
We're already at round 7 of my 2021 red light therapy comparison and in this round we look at warranty and support. Warranty is a very important topic because if you're spending $1,000 on a panel you want to know that you're not buying a lemon that doesn't have a good warranty or returns policy.
Here's what you need to know about warranty, service and support:
During this round, I've given preference to companies that offer a higher number of years of warranty. So, a 3-year warranty will be placed higher upon my scoreboard list than a 1-year warranty.
If the warranty is the same for different companies,
Lastly, I've also included info on the companies that do offer a free phone call. So here's the outcome of this round:
Companies' warranty and service, ranked from best to worst:
Note: Warranty is listed in number of years
Note 2: Both Red Light Rising and LightpathLED offer a call with the founders of the company. For that reason, I've added a "Y" under the special column.
With LightpathLED you'll get a 100% free 20-minute consultation with Scott Kennedy - the CEO of the company - if you buy this panel. The call will be used to teach you how to best to use the panel for your situation, such as for specific health conditions or how to apply the pulsing and/or Nogier frequencies, and more.
With Red Light Rising you get access to a free phone call before you even purchase a product, which is even better than the LightpathLED option. During that call, the founder of the company - James Strong or Bryan Gohl - can help you you pick a panel that suits your need or to tell you how to apply red light therapy in your unique situation. The founders also have a biohacking background and might be able to answer questions about that.
Overall, Red Light Rising is the very clear winner of this round, with a whopping 5-year warranty and the ability to call the founders before you even make a purchase.
It's good to see that more companies are offering longer warranty periods on their products.
Let's now check what this round has done for the overall scoreboard ranking:
It's still a very exciting race between the MitoPRO1500 and the BioMax 600. The top-3 haven't changed but LightpathLED in fourth place is making a surge towards the top 3.
With only 3 more rounds to go, the BioMax and MitoPRO are still looking good for a top 3 finish, and maybe the overall title. But are we going to see these two separated or will they end with equal points?!
This outcome shows you how close these two panels are in terms of quality - and why, when I get asked which one is better, I have never been able to give a clear answer!
Next up, my prediction so far that the LightpathLED would do well when I carried out the full review is looking good. But the big surprise is really the Infraredi Max! They're sitting comfortably in 3rd place and only 3.5 points behind the lead.
I didn't know too much about this company but they've done really well. I'm really excited to learn how this panel will perform in the next few rounds. Also, I'll be coming out with a full review of the Infraredi Max in the near future, so stay tuned.
Will they be the surprise of 2021 and take out the overall winner? Only time will tell!
Also, the Red light Rising Advantage 900 has made a huge move upward after winning this round and is now a mid-level player in 8th place
And, lastly, the Joovv Solo 3.0 is a big disappointment at this point. Anyone who watched my full review would not be surprised that the Joovv isn't leading the pack here, but I really didn't expect them to perform this bad.
Their 2 year warranty isn't top-notch even though it's the second most-expensive panel in the group. So that result sees them slip into 2nd to last position.
Though there are still 3 more scoring rounds to go, so we may see a strong finish!
By the way, if you'd rather watch a YouTube video of this round, click below:
Welcome to Round 8 - in this round we look at hotspots.
With the 'perfect' red light panel you would get an even exposure of light on your body. If there are big hotspots in a panel, some body parts will receive lots of light exposure while others won't.
Add to this fact that panels use different wavelengths (some panels have 5 different wavelengths) and you can see why developing the 'perfect' panel that emits an even spread of light is going to be tricky!
Let's explore that topic in more detail:
The problem, however, is that hotspots are harder to quantify. For that reason, the scoring in this round is a little bit different. I've distinguished between "great", "okay", and "poor", depending on the visual pattern on the hotspot test.
For the hotspot testing, I use a white paper (with some printed text on it!) with a 6-inch ruler. The ruler ensures that I test each panel from the exact same distance as all other red light therapy panels.
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. For that reason, here's an example of a "great" outcome on the hotspot testing:
As you can see, the light is distributed very evenly across the paper. Next up, here's an example of a poor outcome, where you can see a huge Polkadot effect:
Here, it's very clear where the red light is projected and the near infrared. If you were to stand in front of this channel without moving, some parts of your body would only receive red light and some parts would only receive near infrared light.
I highly recommend watching this round on youtube for a better understanding and to see how some panels have really good light blending and others are really bad.
Now that you hopefully understand my testing methodology, let's move on to to the results of this round:
Here's the outcome of this round, categorized as "great", "okay", and "poor" hotspot outcomes:
To understand how I got to that assessment, and to see my live testing, just check out my YouTube video on the topic with the exact timestamp where I carry out these tests.
Here are some observations about this outcome:
And, with these results I can update the scorecard after this round:
And would you look at that!
With only 2 more scoring rounds to go, the MitoRed MitoPRO 1500 has jumped out into the lead. They now have a whooping 7.5 point lead over second place. And second place is shared by the PlatinumLED BioMax 600 and Infraredi Max. I knew up front that the hotspots would be an issue with the BioMax because of the review I had already developed on their product.
And this is really costing the BioMax, not only have they fallen out of top spot, but they've let Infraredi catch up. Amazing.
What a round! Infraredi continue to surprise, BioMax trip up big time and MitoPro remain focused and continue with their exceptional and consistent performance!
The outcome is very interesting because we only have 2 more rounds to go! Stay tuned to learn more...
By the way, if you'd rather watch a YouTube video of this round, click below:
Welcome to round 9, here we look at how easy it is to operate the panel. This is round 9 of my 10 round red light therapy comparison series. Here is what you need to know about this round:
For my scoring system in this round I've got 10 scoring metrics:
In the results section below, I've used the 1-10 numerals to denote the different scoring rounds of the operations section. So, the "1" above, about whether a panel is easy to figure out without a manual, corresponds to the "1" below in the table:
An "Y" stands for 'YES' - meaning the panel has that particular feature. An empty cell means that the panel didn't have that feature,
With column 10, - the 'negatives' - the "-1" denotes that the panel lost one point for having a bad operations aspect. The MitoPRO 1500 lost a point because the infrared light does not run by default and the Joovv Solo 3.0 loses a point because many of the panels advanced functions - which are neat - are only accessible through the app and not through the panels inbuilt control panel.
If you want to know more about the specifics of each panel, just watch the timestamp on the YouTube video where I discuss each panel and why I give them the score I do on operations.
Also, I'll clarify the table above a bit more with the outcome of this round. Here's how each of the panel scored in round 9:
Updating the tally, we come to the following outcome after 9 rounds:
After scoring this round, the MitoPRO 1500 is in a strong lead, with only one more round to go! Are they going to take out top spot? they're definitely in a great position to do so. We will find out soon.
The BioMax 600 and Infraredi Max both stay in 2nd equal. I don't know whats more surprising - the fact that BioMax may not only finish first, they may not even place 2nd, or the fact that the relatively unknown Infraredi may end up with a 2nd or even 1st place!
In the battle for 4th we have a 7 point spread, the Solbasium is in optimal position, but as we have seen a lot can change in one round.
GembaRed continues to do well for such a basic panel and the Joovv Solo takes it's first win of the series and moves up from 2nd to last to 3rd to place place. I expected them to finish strong with these last two rounds, so I wouldn't be surprised if they move up the table in the next, final round!
If you'd rather watch a video of this round then click on the YouTube video below:
Welcome to round 10 - the round where I score "everything else" round. Here I've included some extras as well features of panels that couldn't be included in the other 9 rounds. And yes this is the final scoring round of this series!
There are 7 scoring 'points' for this round, let's break down each of these below:
Ready? Here's the outcome of this round:
The table below shows what panels have scored well on each of the 7 categories:
If the panel has the relevant feature, then it gets a "Y" in the table.
Both the Joovv Solo 3.0 and Biomax 600 did alot better than the competition in this round, with a much higher score, 2-3 points higher than the top-3 panels. They both have inbuilt grips and have some nice special features.
The BioMax has a great control panel with extra options not commonly included, for instance the touch screen slider to change power output levels, and the Joovv 3.0 has many bells & whistles not included in any of the other products such as the in built beeper, the polished app that syncs via bluetooth and ambient mode.
Also, the PlatinumLED BioMax 600 has a wireless option whereby you can control several panels simultaneously, even though they're not connected, through the wireless function. The wireless function can be disabled though, so if you're worried about EMF then you don't have to be exposed!
The Joovv is meticulously designed compared to the competition, and Joovv has really gone the extra mile to make the use of the panel very comfortable.
Special mentions about the Joovv Solo 3.0 is that it's really light because it's made from plastic, and, it's also very movable because of 4 grips, instead of 2. The Joovv 3.0 ticks all the 7/7 boxes out in this round.
In terms of special accessories, Joovv has included very nice green glasses that still allow you to see but protect your eyes against excess exposure if necessary.
There were then 4 panels who scored 4/7. They all do some things good but miss out on others.
The MitoPro is in this group, it doesn't have grips or any special features but has all the basics - modular support, stand options, a nice manual etc.
Speaking of manuals, I have to give a shoutout to Infraredi Max - their manual is the best I have seen, it covers all the key things a use needs to know - how to setup the panel, how to connect multiple panels, how to operate it, what red light therapy is, how it works, suggested treatment protocols etc etc.
Beneath these panels we have everyone else. I won't go into specifics as I have already covered it in the table above and video.
Now that we have the final results from this round, we can move on to the winners section of this series!
If you'd rather see a video version of this around, consider the YouTube video below:
Welcome to the awards section and final rankings for my 2021 red light therapy series. Many of you have literally been waiting for years for this outcome.
Before we get into the final rankings and determine who takes top spot, let's look at the special award winners:
I've included this category of awards because there are panels that excel in particular areas. At the same time, some buyers are after panels that suit their particular requirements.
The 6 special awards and their winners are:
Ok, now for the overall winners!
The moment of truth has arrived. Finally, you'll learn which panel wins my 2021 and 2022 red light therapy comparison series. I'll start with panels which were placed 4th till 12th, and then move to the top 3. Here's the list with the final outcomes:
Note: if you decide to buy any of these panels then discount code ALEX will save you anywhere between $25 and 15%. Only for the Joovv Solo 3.0 I don't have a discount code.
Though these panels didn't place in the top 3, they are all red light panels that will do the job. It's just that there are better panels out there!
What are these better panels? Drum roll please:
The 2021 Red Light Therapy Body Panel is:
The MitoRed MitoPro 1500!
The MitoRed MitoPro 1500 has a score of 92.5 points.
The top two panels are both exceptional panels and as we saw throughout this series - they are very closely matched. Since 2019, I used and recommended the BioMax because it had multiwave LED's and had amazing power figures. Plus the BioMax 600 won the 2019 series (and the MitoRed panel was runner up).
However, now, in 2021, the new MitoPRO also offers multiwave LEDs and is putting out more watts than the BioMax, plus - and this was what really separated the two - it doesn't have the hot spot issues that the BioMax has.
So with that outcome, the Mito Red MitoPRO 1500 takes the number 1 place in my 2021 red light therapy comparison & review series!
And in third place we have the very impressive Infraredi Max 2021. I was very impressed (and surprised) by this panel and I now see why there is such a strong community following with Infraredi devices.
So that's a wrap. I hope you have enjoyed this series and found it to be useful.
Of course if you have any questions or feedback please leave them in the comments section below and if you did want to purchase any of these panels be sure to use discount code ALEX to save.
Finally, be sure to subscribe to my newsletter as we will be doing this all again in 18 months or so with any new panels that have hit the market.
If you need a quicker way to see all of the outcomes of all my videos easily, then check out this summary video - the video contains no new info but only recapitulates the outcomes of all previous rounds:
If you want to see my reflections on this entire process, and how my views have changed after tons of feedback from you, then check my debrief video:
This blog post was written by Alex Fergus. Alex is a ISSN Sports Nutrition Specialist, Fitness Professional and certified Superhuman Coach who continues to expand his knowledge base and help people across the world with their health and wellness. Alex is recognized as the National Record Holder in Powerlifting and Indoor Rowing and has earned the title of the Australian National Natural Bodybuilding Champion. Having worked as a health coach and personal trainer for over a decade, Alex now researches all things health and wellness and shares his findings on this blog. Learn more about Alex's Credentials HERE.
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