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Scorpion Master LED UV Blacklight Flashlight


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  • High-powered ultraviolet flashlight with 9 LED lights
  • Simple push-on/off button and attached wrist band make it easy to use
  • Good for a variety of applications, including lab experiments, science projects and classroom demons
  • Batteries included
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Product Description

These ultra bright LED UV black light flashlights have a durable rugged aluminum construction design. These blacklight flashlights will make scorpions glow brilliantly, illuminating and revealing themselves to you with the power of black light! The first step in scorpion elimination is scorpion detection. Whether you are looking for scorpions in your home, yard or campsite, these quality UV black light flashlights will do the job. Illuminating scorpions with the power of the LED's. Wherever your scorpion problem is and no matter what forms of scorpion pest control you've tried... Without this blacklight flashlights, you can't do it right! Some of the many uses of UV Light (black light) - Scorpion Illumination/Pest Control - Security/ID and document Verification - Forgery Detection - Mineral lighting and identification - Antique inspection - Art forgery/repair tests - Club hand stamp screening - Machinery Leaks - Glass and glass repair inspection - Party fun for posters etc - Pet and pest stains - Reading invisible fluorescent inks - Crime scene investigation - Hospitality industry sanitary checks - Charge glow in the dark stars

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  • ASIN: B005FOFTFM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,059 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's true, Scorpions really glow with this light!
Jason Carlton
If you are planning to do more you may want something that is more commercial strength.
Rebecca Harris
It lights them up and no mistaking that its a scorpion.
Larri

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on July 26, 2012
Size Name: 100-Led
This review is for the 100-LED "Scorpionator" flashlight. I go on nightly scorpion hunts around my home in Arizona and find that the 'purple' UV flashlights you see all around in Walgreens, Lowes, Home Depot, Bug and Weed Mart, etc. are the the best for hunting scorpions. I had recently purchased another UV Flashlight from Amazon: LEDwholesalers 395 nM 51 UV Ultraviolet LED flashlight Blacklight 3 AA, 7202UV395, but although super bright and has great reviews (why I bought it), it does not light up the scorpions nearly as well as the purple flashlight. I tested them side by side on scorpions found in the back yard, and no question, the purple flashlight illuminates scorpions *significantly* better. I do have smaller UV 'purple' flashlight which I think is 39 LEDS, it works fine, and illuminates a scorpion just as well as the 100 LED version, but the 100-LED version is a game-changer because of the power and distance it provides. Scorpions can sometimes be cagey and sometimes disappear before you can get a light on them. That's when the 100 LED version comes in, it allows to scan from a longer distance and spot them easily. My 'kill count' is higher and I can do a hunt much quicker.

Now the downside, and unfortunately it's significant. The flashlight uses a LOT of power - remember you are powering 100 LEDS from 4 AA batteries! I get about 1 hour of use before the power of the light reduces significantly. The solution for this, I found, was to use rechargeable batteries, and change them every several hunts.

But that's not the real downside, as I don't have a problem charging and changing batteries.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca Harris on June 24, 2012
Size Name: 9-Led
I use this UV light to kill Arizona Bark Scorpions in my back yard. I'm sort of an expert because I've killed over 300 scorpions over the last 4 years and 156 in 2010 alone. When this product works it does a great job illuminating scorpions. The problem that I have with it is that the batteries only last 1 to 1.5 hours. Which for me is 2 to 3 back yard scorpion hunts. I did 54 scorpion hunts in 2010 so changing the small AAA batteries every 2-3 hunts is a real pain. Even worse though is that the light will cut out and I have to shake it to get the light to come back on. This is quite an impediment if I am right in the middle of snatching a scorpion. AND the light cuts out more often as the batteries get lower. Usually the first trip out on new batteries is pretty good with maybe 10-20 cut outs in a half hour. But the second trip gets worse and the third trip is usually quite a pain - having to constantly shake the light to get it to come on.

If you are only planning to go out to look for scorpions a few times a year then this UV LED will probably work just fine. If you are planning to do more you may want something that is more commercial strength. I just ordered the Streamlight 51010. It has 3 C batteries and promises 160 hours of UV LED use. If I only get 1/3 of that I will be happy. The only downside I see is that it is expensive. But for me it is worth the money.

I use 12 inch long needle nose pliers. I spot the scorpions with the LED light (usually low on block walls) and then move in fairly slowly. If they are adults they almost always stay where they are. I move the open end of the pliers to just above the scorpion (like 1/4 to 1/2 inch - they rarely move) and just clamp down and grab them.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Larri on October 29, 2010
Size Name: 32-Led Verified Purchase
This light shows scorpions. It lights them up and no mistaking that its a scorpion. I have already used it with success. It also lights up other stuff. We have had fun with it. It shows bacteria. We have used it to check how clean our rooms were. Somebody told me to take it next time we go to a hotel. It is really cool! My hubby though tells me that if I play with it I need to wear special uv glasses so I don't hurt my eyes. He says these lights are used in auto mechanics to check for leaks and uv glasses are a must.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Barry Gardner on January 16, 2014
Size Name: 32-Led Verified Purchase
I had a smaller version of this light that worked for about a year. I eventually had to bang it in my hand to make it work.

I replaced it with this bigger model. The 32 LED version is more powerful and identifies scorpions more easily. However, after only a few months, I am again having to slap it in my hand to keep all the lights on. It fails but from a higher mode of performance. Next time, I might try a different manufacturer putting out the same wavelength of 285-290.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Shopper on August 17, 2013
Size Name: 100-Led
Yes it has 100 LEDs - BUT, and this the big BUT, it is no brighter, AND HAS NO MORE ILLUMINATION AREA, than the 32 led version - so save your money and buy the smaller one.

It looks like it would hold a couple of C batteries - but, no, they put some silly 4 cell AA holder up inside the middle of the tube. Batteries last no longer than the 32 led version killing 3 AAA batteries. What a shame.

I bought this: Abco Tech® 3 Pack 9 LED UV 375 nm 3 AAA flashlight for $25, and these little guys do about as good a job. OK, the 100 LED does have some brightness on them - but after 1/2 hour of use, I'd say the 100 LED one is the same brightness as a fresh 9 LED one.
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