Oregon Scientific EB612 Personal UV Monitor with Exposure Timer
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- Electronic monitor for tracking UV levels and recommending exposure limits
- Gauges recommendations based on UV rays, SPF, and skin type
- Also includes temperature readings, countdown timer, and digital clock
- Solid construction with easy-to-read display and wrist strap
- Measures approximately 3-1/4 by 1-3/4 inches; battery-powered
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It helped with skin protection from the sun and its harmful UV rays which can cause premature aging, winkled skin and cancer. Sad but healthy golden tan don't help you in the long run. I supposed this device would be helpful toward people with pale milky skin then with those of darker complexion. But people of all colors suffered from sunburns and its painful consequences. It also helpful when you should reapplied your sunblock again. While not truely exact because sunblock wear off due to sweat and water, it will give a good estimate for you common sense to kick in.
Overall, an useful device for those who are careful about their skin and aware of the harmful UV rays that can caused damage to it.
I arrived un-burnt and, thanks to this clever little device, I LEFT un-burnt!
Works easily, and well. The printed instructions are decent enough.
The strap is long enough to secure the device to your bag, or yourself.
This is a great little anti-sunburn device. Thank you!
Totally worthwhile if you are a person who works outside on a daily basis
-I am pleased with the build quality: It's made with very good components that feel strong and solid in your hands.
-It's small. I for some reason imagined this to be twice as large. It's about the size of a large FOB.
-Takes up to 10 minutes to adjust to room temperature (as compared to higher quality thermometers I placed it next to. Makes be always doubt whether reading is correct.
-As another reviewer stated, will not pick up any reading whatsever through any kind of glass. Could that be true?
-Lacks a few features that would make this a better and more worthwhile gadget to keep around. Adding a stopwatch would only require a software solution and would be worthwhile addition since this will be useful in sunny weather and track meets, etc and to keep track of my photo exposure times. :)
In all, buy this unit specifically if you want to take it to some outdoor activity and set it to remind you when you're cooked enough with an alarm. May be a good item to give to kids who may not have the experience to tell when they've been in the sun too long.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Oregon Scientific EB612 Personal UV Monitor with Exposure Timer does exactly what is should and is small with very little weight.Published on January 30, 2013 by MJ
its cute, got it for my wife , ( its smaller than we thought) and we understood it was waterproof but it blanked out when it got wet ( worked fine when it dried)Published on June 1, 2012 by Robbie-Obbie
I ordered this to do a school science project with my daughter, rating the strength of sun UV rays at different times of the day. It was easy to use and did exactly what I needed. Read morePublished on February 3, 2012 by SD8/14
The battery cover is ugly and not easy to close. There is no on-off button to save the battery life.Published on August 4, 2011 by Tin M. Ko
Things than I thought it would be very small
Performance, price is reasonable
Simple science experiments and is suitable for outdoor activities
This is a great product. I live on a lake and could fish all day but I am prone to sunburns. This helps me with that problem. Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by Lou Lou
I have been playing with it for a few days now and it's just a fantastic little device. It measures about 3"x 1 3/4" x 3/4" and the shape sort of reminds me of an egg except it's... Read morePublished on November 5, 2010 by H. Hok