As a rule of thumb, a higher CRI LED source will be less efficient, and it was true for a long time. However, techniques have changed recently, and we are starting to see very high CRI sources that are also very efficient. Price aside, high-CRI is no longer the compromise that it used to be.
Hi David, Thanks so much for your reply. To address your concerns:
1. I do provide the “malanopic lumens per total lumens” in the chart: that’s the metric Melanopic Ratio, sometimes known as the M/P Ratio. It is fair to compare on melanopic lumens and not just lumens, because most lighting is just too bright (300–500 lux)…
I would imagine that there are few options for Wear OS because the overall penetration of the platform is relatively low compared to Apple’s WatchOS. I would reach out to the developers, I’m sure they would appreciate your feedback and perhaps they could help with the issues you’re having.
Hey Daniel, thanks for the positive feedback!
I think the Pillow team would love to hear your input. The team is really cool, and you can reach out to them directly at tickets at pillow.uservoice dot com.
I don’t have any battery stats, but I have used them simultaneously at night with plenty of battery to spare in the morning (original Apple Watch).
Thank you for pointing this out. This may not have been the best article to link, and I didn’t do a very good job articulating this point. However, I want to clarify what I meant and what I interpreted the article to say. Feel free to disagree.
What I meant is that you may not be able to completely reverse the side effects…