uvBeast V3 365nm Filtered - Black Light UV Flashlight - Long Range

5.0
$79.99
  • What UV wavelength is this?

  • Is the difference between the V3 385-395nm model and the V3 365nm ONLY the filter?

  • What's the difference between your 365nm and 385-395nm UV wavelength flashlights?

  • What are the distinguishing features of the V3 365nm model?

  • Why don't the 365nm models come with glasses?

  • Is this UV flashlight harmful?

  • What are the uses of this UV flashlight?

  • Is this a flood or spot beam?

  • How many watts is this? And is there a lumens rating like regular flashlights?

  • Do you provide support or assistance with this product after purchase?

Customer Reviews

Based on 124 reviews
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Constantine Chernobaev
Good product!

Product good, im satisfied! But need hard case for flashlight.

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Kurt Hooper
I love them so much I just keep buying them lol.

These are the best of the best when it comes to UV lights. I absolutely love them and I recommend them to everyone.

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Jeffrey gardner
Happier than I thought I would be.

Bought this light because I didn't want to spend $200 plus for a light for my carpet cleaning business. Was hoping for decent results. What I got was way more than I expected. First customer service was great. Responded quickly and gave advise on the right light for me. I ordered it and got it in 2 days. The performance is way more than expected. Tested next to the super expensive model and it blew it away. I can shine the light from the door with the lights on and see everything I need to in the entire room. I am so happy with this light. It is way worth it. You will not be disappointed. Will buy again. Thank you

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David Silver
Superb tool

I added the UV Beast to my tool kit for mold assessment and find it to be incredibly revealing of things that can't be seen otherwise. Great customer service too!

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Fred Austin
Moth collecting

We were looking for a moth to photograph for the cover of a Moths of Washington book. The moth is Schinia meadi.

https://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?phylo=932078&state=PNW

We did not find that moth last week but will continue looking to take a photograph.

Thanks to the light weight UVBeast we can backpack into remote areas not assessable with heavy mercury vapor lights and generators.

Thank you
Fred Austin