Product Featured In: Should You Travel With A UV Light Sanitizer?
The Experts Have Spoken:
According to researchers at Penn State University and University of Minnesota, handheld UV light devices are now considered feasible for disinfecting surfaces exposed to coronavirus. (Penn State News)
Eric Lee, a St. Louis–based physician, says that “UV light, the type used in most common devices on the market to clean household objects, has been shown to be effective in laboratory studies at killing bacteria on computer screens, toothbrushes, and other objects. It has also been shown to affect viruses in similar ways that it affects bacteria.” (New York magazine)
Alex Berezow, a microbiologist, says “UV light kills everything: bacteria, fungi, viruses. It should kill coronavirus.” (New York magazine)
- UV light eliminates germs and bacteria
- 10-Second Sterilization
- No Batteries Needed
- Charges via USB
- Sleek & Portable
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Think about everything you touch when traveling, from the armrest on the airplane to the room key at check-in to the pillow after turn-down service. In a recent article by The New York Times about the future of travel, experts predicted a No. 1 concern will be cleanliness. Take matters into your own hands with our STAYCAY travel-size UV disinfecting wand. The small, portable device fits in your pocket and can be used to sterilize surfaces in just 10 seconds.
The ultraviolet technology hospitals use to destroy viruses and bacteria is now available in this sleek device that allows you to sanitize phones, keys, door handles and so much more.
Although UV light is invisible, our device emits a purple glow that lets you know it’s on and working. It’s important the wand is only used on surface areas and does not make contact with human skin or eyes, as such exposure can be detrimental to health.