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Be the "Bacteria Hitler" with the Nano UV Wand Large Area Disinfection Scanner

Friday, March 4th, 2011 4:00 am by BGW
Offer of the Day (03/04/2011):
Nano UV Wand Large Area Disinfection Scanner
User Review:
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Hey germaphobes! We have the perfect gadget for you…

This UL approved disinfection wand kills harmful germs and bacteria by using harmful Ultra Violet radiation. Directing its large scanning surface over desired areas will disinfect 99.99% of bacteria, viruses, dust mite eggs, fleas and lice in a matter of seconds!

  • Fastest germ killing: 10 sec vs. 5 min
  • 10 second timer switch & child resistant lock for safe UV usage
  • Produces Multi-Wavelength 185-365 nm UV light vs inferior single wavelength 253.7 nm
  • Rechargeable battery with AC adapter
  • Dimensions: 14″L x 1.5″W x 0.75″H; 11 ounces; opens to 22″ long

Product Description

Nano UV WandTM Large Area Disinfection ScannerThis is the Fastest Most Powerful Large Area Disinfection Scanner on the Market! Boasting it’s large 13″ wide UV coverage, enables you to sweep over large areas to safely kill 99.99% of Bacteria, Viruses, Eggs of Dust Mites, Fleas & Lice in 10 seconds. The large scanning surface can be used to disinfect spaces in public areas such as hotels, restaurants, public rest rooms, doctors waiting rooms, offices, and nurseries as well as home and personal items such as mattresses, pillows, kitchen countertops, and footwear. Child-resistant lock and 10-second timer switch for safe usage. Kills 99.99 percent of bacteria, viruses, eggs of dust mites, fleas, and lice in 10 seconds. The 10-second progress bar on the handle helps you time the process. Produces multi-wavelength 185-365 nm UV light. Includes a rechargeable battery with AC adapter; 60″ power cord; UL approved.

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By Brian Redwood on 07/19/2009 at 1:40 am -

Looks like an excellent product but how do you demonstrate the bugs are actually killed.

By admin on 01/04/2010 at 2:24 pm - <- Administrator

Brian Redwood wrote:

Looks like an excellent product but how do you demonstrate the bugs are actually killed.

I believe these tests were done in a controlled environment like a forensics lab.


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