uvBeast V3 365nm MINI Filtered - Black Light UV Flashlight - USB-C - Professional Grade

5.0
$39.99
  • What UV wavelength is this?

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

  • What are the distinguishing features of the V3 365nm MINI 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 111 reviews
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Anthony Hemingway
My UV Light Experience

First of all I want to say how pleased I am with the fast response. I was preparing for battle but to my surprise you stood behind your product and took immediate actions to replace my faulty light. As for the light, I am very pleased with its performance. I primarily use it to identify rock chip damage to vehicle paint that would not show up under normal lighting conditions. I love the light and I love the outstanding customer support. I will gladly recommend you to others who have a need for your products. Thank you for not stressing me out!

Tony

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C Hamilton
The UV Beast Mini flashlight

This is an awesome little flashlight. I Would recommend this product
too anyone.
The company is great if you have any problems with their product.
I am extremely satisfied.

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Rex Poe
Great UV Flashlight

Super build quality. Excellent flashlight for antique glassware hunting.

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Ling-Tim C.
Excellent customer service!!!!

Awesome little UV light, and great customer service/communication. Highly recommended.

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Arlo Reeves
Good UV Light

Output is bright and narrow band. Housing machining is OK. The thumb switch is toggle style, not momentary, and protected on two sides from inadvertent actuation by aluminum tabs that sit proud of the rubber switch cap. Whether the button is depressed far enough to 'click' or just enough to barely deform the rubber switch cap, the light state will toggle on/off (!). There is no way to 'lock' the light with, e.g. a quick double-press of the button or by any other means short of battery removal or reinstalling an insulating disk that is used during shipping to avoid the risk of running the battery dead by inadvertently switching the light on. This is my main issue with the uvBeast MiniV3, otherwise this light performs well.