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Anker Bolder Rechargeable IPX5 UV Flashlight

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AnkerDirect via Amazon has Anker Bolder Rechargeable IPX5 UV Flashlight (T1429) on sale for $15.99 when you apply promo code ankerlight1 at checkout. Shipping is free.

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  • Anker Bolder UV Flashlight
  • 18650 2600mAh rechargeable battery (not detachable)
  • Micro USB cable
  • Wrist strap
Product Info:
  • Power-up the rechargeable battery via any USB port with provided Micro USB cable.
  • Weighs just 4.3 ounces

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Don't bring it along on your next hotel stay. Some things you might be better off not knowing.
Seriously that's what we use it for and it is shocking what you see in some rooms. Definitely gives you some massive leverage with a room upgrade or other hotel perks.

The last thing a hotel or Airbnb wants online is your UV light photo from a dirty room.

Paid the same price like two years ago.
I'm a science teacher and bought this when it was a similar price. It's quite a nice and bright UV light. The "next level" of UV wavelength is the 365nm, and I haven't compared directly to these which are usually more expensive, but this gives you a good ability to really light up UV reflective items. The fluorescent orange and yellow really stands out. It's a good UV light.

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Good for checking if sneakers are replicas
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Quote from maracuya :
Good for checking if sneakers are replicas
I haven't heard about that function before; but I have heard that these UV lights are really good, when it comes to looking for a scorpions, which is definitely helpful, out here in Arizona.
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Don't bring it along on your next hotel stay. Some things you might be better off not knowing.
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Don't bring it along on your next hotel stay. Some things you might be better off not knowing.
That's exactly what I'm buying it for…so I know what bedding & pillows need to be thrown into a corner…or if the room is even safe (from a biological standpoint) to enter or request another room
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Quote from jon_laura5 :
That's exactly what I'm buying it for…so I know what bedding & pillows need to be thrown into a corner…or if the room is even safe (from a biological standpoint) to enter or request another room
Seriously that's what we use it for and it is shocking what you see in some rooms. Definitely gives you some massive leverage with a room upgrade or other hotel perks.

The last thing a hotel or Airbnb wants online is your UV light photo from a dirty room.

Paid the same price like two years ago.
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Quote from jon_laura5 :
That's exactly what I'm buying it for…so I know what bedding & pillows need to be thrown into a corner…or if the room is even safe (from a biological standpoint) to enter or request another room
Same here that what buying it for mostly as well as other tasks it can do
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Don't bring it along on your next hotel stay. Some things you might be better off not knowing.
From Guardians of the Galaxy:
Peter Quill: Filthy? She has no idea. If we had a blacklight, this thing would look like a Jackson Pollock painting.
Big Grin
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PSA:

"UV" is a range of wave lengths (just like visible light contains multiple wavelengths/colors)

There is more than one type of UV and certain types are better for urine verses other applications
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Don't bring it along on your next hotel stay. Some things you might be better off not knowing.
Now we just need a flashlight for bedbugs.
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I'm a science teacher and bought this when it was a similar price. It's quite a nice and bright UV light. The "next level" of UV wavelength is the 365nm, and I haven't compared directly to these which are usually more expensive, but this gives you a good ability to really light up UV reflective items. The fluorescent orange and yellow really stands out. It's a good UV light.
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Quote from artifactowl :
I'm a science teacher and bought this when it was a similar price. It's quite a nice and bright UV light. The "next level" of UV wavelength is the 365nm, and I haven't compared directly to these which are usually more expensive, but this gives you a good ability to really light up UV reflective items. The fluorescent orange and yellow really stands out. It's a good UV light.
Would this also be a good UV light for detecting leaks in AC refrigerant systems such as in a car AC system that had UV Leak Detector injected into it
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$14.99 in Feb 2020. inb4 time machine. This is a good deal.

Great at hotel rooms. Hilton plasters the room in "cleaned for your protection" stickers nowadays but the bathrooms are covered in just as much piss as always.
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Use the regular flashlight to see men. Use this one for seamen.
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