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LEDwholesalers Uv LED Ultra Violet Blacklight Flashlight 3 Aaa Urine and Scorpion Detector

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  • ASIN: B00I1TNXUQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
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Color: 365nm Verified Purchase
I bought this blacklight to charge glow in the dark fishing lures. I do a lot of night fishing and needed something portable and durable I could take with me and keep in my tackle bag. Fluorescent tube blacklights were out of the question. Too bulky and fragile. Cheaper 395 or 405nm LED flashlights take FOREVER to charge the glow, and the glow pigments used in most lures fades quickly. You spend almost as much time charging the glow as you do fishing. Not with this baby! It charges lures in seconds.

When you buy a 365nm blacklight, it's extremely important to understand what you are buying. 365nm is below the range of human vision. Ultraviolet LEDs have broad peaks in the spectrum of light they emit, so a little of the light is within the range we can see. That means the light from this flashlight LOOKS dim and weak. Unless you shine it within inches of your hand, you won't see the light at all if you're looking at it in normal lighting conditions. The light from this flashlight is very pale purple-ish blue, not the deeper purple of cheaper LED blacklights. But when you shine it on items that fluoresce, it makes them light up like crazy!

If you want maximum oomph on glow in the dark or fluorescent items, 365nm is definitely the way to go.

UPDATE: 2 years later and still going strong!

UPDATE 2: April of 2015 and it still works.
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Purchased this item to test for NDT applications. Using our calibrated spectroradiometer, the LEDs put out UV-A at 375nm, not the 365nm as advertised. This disallows it from being used for fluorescent NDT inspections. Do not believe the specifications published or printed on the product.
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I put batteries in this flashlight and, it was a whole new world opened up.. Places I thought I cleaned would show smudges and stains that I cannot see under regular light. I even checked bills, it will tell you in a big hurry if your dollars are real or not. Its effective range outside is around 15 feet but other than that, works as advertised.
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I live in Phoenix, AZ and have a problem of scorpions coming into my house -- I wanted a good UV light to find scorpions because scorpions will glow under UV light. I bought a UV light at WalMart, but it doesn't work very well (the light is bright and purple; things kind of glow). I went online to find something better and came across this and many other UV lights. I almost bought another one... but one of the reviewers here noted that this one had a much better light spectrum than others, so I bought this one. This UV flashlight is absolutely awesome!

At night with lights off in my house, I can go throughout the house with this light and look for and hunt scorpions. When the UV light hits a scorpion, they light up like a turquoise light bulb -- it is very easy to spot them if they're on the floor, walls, ceiling, or trying to hide. And being a UV light, tons of others will glow as well ---- it is very much like being in Lazer Quest (where certain colors glow very bright and neon).

As some other reviewers note, the light doesn't always look like it is "on" because its light is close to the end of the spectrum at which the human eye can see. However, as soon as you shine it on something that glows under UV light (ie: white paper, white dish cloth, etc) -- it will GLOW GLOW GLOW.... in a dark closed bathroom with a white washcloth, shining the light on the dishcloth will LIGHT UP the room because it glows so much. So you might not think it will work well when you first turn it on... but you'll be quickly surprised!

If you're looking for a UV flashlight, this is the one you want! (avoid ones at a higher spectrum)
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This light is excellent if you are looking for a fairly cheap true black light. The light is barely visible but it illuminates a wide range of UV responsive materials well. I tested it with Ukraine and US currency and it glowed. The 365 nanometer light wave makes all the difference. Don't settle for anything more in frequency as you will lose responsible.
The housing was better than expected. I've bought things like this before and they usually broke quickly, had lose parts, or had LEDs burn out. This was not the case with this product. I'd buy form this place again. Hope this helps people!
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For the price, I didn't expect a great deal from this so-called Gallium Indium Nitride 365nm UV flashlight. I received it along with a pair yellow "protective" safety glasses(sold separately) promptly, a few days after placing my order. The flashlight was packaged in bubble wrap inside of a small cardboard box and the glasses came in a thin, open plastic bag. There were no instructions or paperwork of any kind for neither the light nor the glasses. The flashlight physically appeared as advertised, ie: 3.75" long, 1.125" thick, black anodized aluminum, tail cap switch, etc... The construction is quite shoddy. The cheap, plastic lens was cracked, right out of the box. Removing the tail cap reveals a standard(albeit very cheap) plastic 3xAAA battery carriage. Inserting the batteries is a no-brainer... negative(-) goes to the spring. The unit did not work at all at first. I had to bend, pry, and cajole the springs and tabs on the carriage in order to get proper contact to the batteries, after which it functioned fairly consistantly. I don't have access to equipment to test the peak output wavelength, but I have quite alot of experience with UV lighting and it APPEARS to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 365nm as advertised, as there is very little visible light emmitted from the nine tiny LED's. I tested this unit and it did cause white objects to fluoresce as well as some yellow and orange irridescent items. I was also able to see the UV security marks on my driver's license and cat urine stains are faintly visible under this light. This is however an EXTREMELY weak light and these things can only be seen in nearly absolute darkness and at very close range.Read more ›
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