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UV Flashlights are great for rock hunting, quick cure Gear Aid Field Repair, and more!
UV Flashlights are great for rock hunting, quick cure Gear Aid Field Repair, and more!
UV Flashlights are great for rock hunting, quick cure Gear Aid Field Repair, and more!
UV Flashlights are great for rock hunting, quick cure Gear Aid Field Repair, and more!
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UV Flashlights are great for rock hunting, quick cure Gear Aid Field Repair, and more!
This UV Flashlight is not a toy and is not intended for children. Use caution while operating.

INOVA X5 UV LED Rock Collecting Flashlight

Vendor
Nite Ize
Regular price
$49.95
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$49.95
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UV Flashlights are great for rock hunting, quick cure Gear Aid Field Repair, and more!

  • The hottest NEW rock hunting tool! Find the illusive Yooperlites® of the Northwoods with these fun UV Flashlights. "Recently discovered by Erik Rintamaki, Yooperlites® rock are actually Syenite rocks that are rich in fluorescent Sodalite" found the shores of Lake Superior and produce an orange glow under UV light.  Click HERE to read more.
  • UV light can be used to cure adhesives, detect fraudulent currency and IDs, see blood and bodily fluids during crime scene investigation, hotel inspection or hunting, detect leaks during vehicle or HVAC repair, rodent detection, and for identifying repairs in pottery, paintings, and rugs.
  • 5 high powered UV LEDs - 1,000 hour LED life
  • Water-resistant construction and O-Ring seals protect from the elements

WARNING: This is not a toy and is not intended for children. Protect your skin while using this UV light. Exposure to UV radiation can be harmful to your health. This light radiates intense ultraviolet (UV) light when operated, and most of the UV light emitted is not visible. Wear appropriate eye protection that blocks UV light. Do not look directly at the light during operation. Exposure to UV light, even for a brief period of time, can damage your eyes.