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UV-C Sanitizer Pro
UV-C Sanitizer Pro
UV-C Sanitizer Pro
UV-C Sanitizer Pro
UV-C Sanitizer Pro
UV-C Sanitizer Pro
UV-C Sanitizer Pro
UV-C Sanitizer Pro

UV-C Sanitizer Pro

$98.00
$49.95

Powerful Sanitation

Clinically tested it can kill up to 99.9% of bacteria and other pathogens.

Chemical Free

Unlike chemical disinfectants, UV-C light doesn’t leave behind any chemical residue.

Eco-friendly

UV-C is an eco-friendly alternative to disposable wipes, which end up in landfills.

Save money

UV-C sanitizer is reusable, wave goodbye to chemical disinfectants and wet wipes

Why do I need this?

Proper cleaning and sanitizing are essential to keep us healthy; however, chemical disinfectants and sanitizers are routinely used in our households. These chemicals are not only harmful to our skin but also damages our valuables such as smartphones and most importantly, our environment. We believe our UV-C Sanitizer is the best and most efficient chemical-free alternative.

How it works

With three UV-C LED lamp beads, the UV-C technology emits ultraviolet (UV) light at 270 nm to 280 nm wavelengths that will destroy bacteria and viruses by breaking down their DNA or RNA. It only takes 10 seconds to kill 99.99% of harmful bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Staphylococcus aureus, baicalin, and white rosacea.

"Sunlight disinfects, and the UV part of its spectrum is particularly effective at knocking out airborne pathogens. We have struggled in the past to see this highly effective, very safe technology fully implemented for airborne infections. We’ve done the studies. We know it works."

DR. EDWARD A. NARDELL

Professor of global health and social medicine at Harvard Medical School

"UV light disinfection has been around about 100 years, Done well, it can be a great tool in the toolbox, because it’s an extremely rapid physical disinfectant that is chemical free and it literally works at the speed of light."

James Malley

professor of civil and environmental engineer at the University of New Hampshire

"We thought that the best thing to do was to use disinfectant methods to minimize infection. The idea was to use UVC since it has been in use for many years to disinfect surfaces. UV light is commonly administered at very high wavelengths using portable devices."

"This light has a range of effectiveness, which interferes and destroys the nucleic acids of bacteria and other microbes."

Philip Tierno, PhD

Clinical professor in the department of pathology at New York University Langone Medical Center

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Light and Portable