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  • UV-509: UV 9 LED Aluminum Pocket Flashlight
  • UV-509: UV 9 LED Aluminum Pocket Flashlight
  • UV-509: UV 9 LED Aluminum Pocket Flashlight
  • UV-509: UV 9 LED Aluminum Pocket Flashlight
  • UV-509: UV 9 LED Aluminum Pocket Flashlight
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UV-509: UV Ultraviolet 9 LED Aluminum Pocket Flashlight - 395 to 405nm UV - 3 x AAA Battery

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Quick Overview


  • Portable UV LED Flashlight with 395-405nm UV

  • Ideal for checking IDs, counterfeit money, checks, and UV hand stamps

  • Uses only 3 x AAA Battery and last up to 10 hours

  • Very lightweight and compact 

$5.99

Availability: In stock

Details

  • Portable UV LED Flashlight with 395-405nm UV
  • Ideal for checking IDs, counterfeit money, checks, and UV hand stamps
  • Uses only 3 x AAA Battery and last up to 10 hours
  • Very lightweight and compact 

Additional Information

Model UV-509
SKU UV-509
Manufacturer No
Flashlight Bulb Type Multi 5mm LED
Battery Type AAA Powered
LEDs 9 x 395-405nm UV LED
Lux at 1m No
Lumen No
UV Spectrum (nm) 395-405nm
Burntime No
Dimensions 3 3/4" (length) x 1 1/16" (diameter)
1.60 oz
Finish No

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