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I just received this flashlight today, and it is not the same flashlight as in the product description!
The bottom line here is I received a 5 LED UV light, and there are too few UV LEDs to be bright enough to see anything, unless your a foot away.
So I attest that it is excellent for pet pee detection (on condition of being used at night (dark room) with no other light source).
When I received it, two of the bulbs had already fallen out of the board and it did not have a guard over the bulbs. I am a professional and was disappointed with the product. Read morePublished 15 days ago by P Husbands
This works well and it's nice and small. We live in the desert and keep them in each of our guest rooms to make them feel more comfortable about spotting scorpions BEFORE they step... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Babyruth0101
Nice flashlight super bright! Don't point directly in someones face its pretty power full! Does exactly what i need it forPublished 19 days ago by Yvan
I took in a stray cat that was apparently not using the litter box. I purchased another kind of UV light to detect cat urine and it worked great. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Susan Draper
The flashlight showed up broken. A poorly engineered spring is soldered to the LED head. Mine had the spring detached from the head (bad bad design) I had to manually solder the... Read morePublished 29 days ago by John D. Reed
I thought I was buying a "Professional UV Inspection Flashlight 380-385nm - 16 Ultraviolet LED" what I got was a very cheap 10 white LED, 5 near UV LED's that emit outside... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great price..Bought it for use as a blood light..have not had a chance to use it due to shooting deer in the morning.Published 1 month ago by Trevor
AT 385 nm, this barely qualifies as UV (using the Wiki definition as <400 nm). I got this with the thought to catch the very tail of Etitidium Bromide emission spectrum to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrey G. revyakin
The light is strong and gives you a clear picture of what you'd probably rather not see in the dark :-)Published 1 month ago by D. Hehl