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Anker Bolder Rechargeable IPX5 UV Flashlight EXPIRED

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Anker Direct via Amazon has Anker Bolder Rechargeable IPX5 UV Flashlight for $15.99 when you clip the $10 off coupon of the product page. Shipping is free.

Note, in stock on March 9, 2021.

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  • Anker Bolder UV Flashlight
  • 18650 2600mAh rechargeable battery (not detachable)
  • Micro USB cable
  • Wrist strap
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  • Power-up the rechargeable battery via any USB port with provided Micro USB cable.
  • Weighing just 4.3 ounces, the compact body is easy to carry and store.
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Anker Bolder UV flashlight Rechargeable $15.99
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Quote from KamikazeKnifer :
Hell yeah, time to live out my Phasmophobia fantasies in real life.
I'm still looking for a bulk deal on smudge sticks.
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I think if I ever shined one of these in a hotel room I'd never stay in one again. I think it's best that I don't know what's on the bedspread and carpet.
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Thanks op, got one
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Can't wait to find scorpions in the yard!!! Those are native to St Louis right??? 🤣🤣
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This would be better for occasional use checking stains and scorpions.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077ZNB...UTF8&psc=1
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Quote from JCJone :
This would be better for occasional use checking stains and scorpions.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077ZNB...UTF8&psc=1
You think this is better than the Anker? You think?
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Quote from Candurin :
The "gold standard" for UV lights are the Convoy S2+ with nichia 365nm led or newer version with LG 365nm led. The Anker uses 380nm so be sure that works for your application. You can also consider a UV filter for protection and to cut back purple light.
I got one from Simon. Purple convoy s2+ with the nichia 365. Boy is it nice.
I also have the sofirn for comparison. The convoy is way brighter and the beam is more of a throw then a flood. That might be because of the reflector.
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I would pay more to get one with an 18650 rechargeable battery.
Is there a reason? I've been looking into a UV light to charge some glow in the dark stuff like Funkos and I see a bunch of $5 ones with 3 batteries with rechargeable versions of the same light around $15-$20.

Do UV lights take a lot of battery that a rechargeable version is worth the extra?
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Hotel rooms
That was exactly what I used mines for. It showed some "stains" on my sheets so I asked them to replace the sheets, twice. Until we got a clean one without "stains".
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Dont buy if you have pets and carpet, you'll be very disapointed
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I checked my house over on inspection. My downstairs bath is disgusting. Why in Gods name someone would touch every inch of the ceiling in awful finger prints is beyond me. The toilet SPEWS 3-4 foot everywhere. A much better haunted house than any I've ever seen. Other two baths are reasonable, gross but reasonable.

Just don't look in your bathroom.
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Quote from UnintentionalTourist :
I checked my house over on inspection. My downstairs bath is disgusting. Why in Gods name someone would touch every inch of the ceiling in awful finger prints is beyond me. The toilet SPEWS 3-4 foot everywhere. A much better haunted house than any I've ever seen. Other two baths are reasonable, gross but reasonable.

Just don't look in your bathroom.
See what you did...Now I just *have* to look at my bathroom Wink
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#58
plexiglass safety glasses, probably a good idea.
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"William Gardner has US Patent #7781751 for the use of colored glass absorption filters (and other kinds of wavelength changing absorption filters for use with UV LED battery operated devices). If someone imports, makes, uses, offers to sell, or sells filtered UV LED flashlights in the U.S., using colored glass absorption filters such as Hoya glass, Kokomo glass, or ZWB2 glass, they are infringing US Patent #7781751. "

Another example of morons in the patent office, and someone to take advantage of it.
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Only brand I trust when trying to find finger prints as evidence to narrow down which type of ghost or spirit in phasmophobia.
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