UV Flashlight – All Kinds of Detection

Well, this is awesome to me but potentially eye opening…Kind of like “don’t ask questions you don’t want to know the answer to” kind of thing. Haha

I was asked if I would be interested in testing this flashlight out at no cost in exchange for critical, negative, positive (or anything in between) feedback. This piqued my curiosity so I was in.

First of all, make sure you get or have a lithium 18650 rechargeable battery as it doesn’t have a converter that comes with it for AAA or AA batteries so it’s necessary. I like it because it saves from buying and throwing away a bunch of batteries as you can just recharge an 18650 and it seems to last longer.

Onto the flashlight:

This feels well put together, has a good grip and seems to do a good job of showing drool stains and seemingly invisible lint or dust on things like sheets. The last pic is my 6 year olds pillow (he drooled after his tonsils were taken out this past week). I think it is pretty awesome to be able to look at sheets or pillows to see if they’re clean. IE: At a hotel…could be scary though because if they are dirty or nasty you might lose your appetite. I’m not going to go into all the uses for this thing but there seem to be tons!

The battery hasn’t died yet (it was fully charged) and myself as well as my 3 kids have been playing with it. A chorus of “cool” or “eww” can be heard often haha! This isn’t the type of flashlight I worry about the battery life as its more of a specific use tool.

I really like this and am glad it turned out to be good. It feels solid, works well for me and has opened up my eyes to a lot of cool things…and scary things but that’s not the fault of the flashlight haha!!

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