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Guitartec 2020-04-23 05:56:22
PROS: -Large 420ml reservoir with decent run times for continuous and cycle vapor streams -Pumps out more vapor compared to other mini desktop humidifiers -2 types of vapor streaming... continuous and 4 seconds ON, 4 seconds OFF -Comes with two 4-3/8" (111.13mm) wicks -Blinking light shows water level is low -Automatically shuts down atomizer when water level is low so it won't burn out -Standard USB plug -Approximately 3ft. cord -Soft-touch switch requires light finger contact only-no pressing! Touch 2 seconds for on or off, momentary for changing streams CONS: -Hard to unscrew top on and off, definitely a two-hand operation for people with stronger hands. May loosen up with time -A bit louder than most other desk top humidfiers due to strong vapor stream -Vapor stream is not adjustable -Run times heavily exaggerated in ad. Continous vapor approx 4-6 hours, On-Off vapor approx 6-8 hours. Your results may vary -My humdifier leaks heavily if tipped on its side for any length of time, even though the ad clearly states it won't -Directions in Chinese only -Banggood price increasing TIPS: -DO NOT use deionized, distilled or chemically purified water -DO NOT use essential oils or medicines of any kind in water -Use regular tap or filtered tap water. however, regular tap water can cause deposits to form on atomizer which must be cleaned -Gently clean atomizer every 2-4 weeks when in heavy use. Use a Q-tip and white vinegar to disolve deposits. DO NOT damage delicate atomizer by scraping until it's your only option. Do it very lightly.
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emesticaj why you didn't tell us we need a transformer when is to be used in USA a less recommend us to get the transformer from you ?

2020-07-25 08:52:53 役に立つ (0)
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Guitartec 2020-06-12 17:42:11
This UV-C light has 2 REAL UV-C mercury bulbs, NOT LEDs. That's important to know because current hand-held UV-C LED wands are pretty much ineffective at killing even the weakest of germs (they are barely within the germicidal light spectrum (expensive LEDs may be much better, though). What is in question is how effective this little 3 watt hand-held UV-C lamp is. It's germ-killing potential has to do with its light output and time exposed- the more the better for killing germs and viruses. For toilet mounted disinfection, the unit has a built-in auto switch that is "suposed to" allow it to be on only when in a horizontile (lid down) position and shuts off when at 30º or greater, but mine is a bit too sensitive for hand-help operation and turns the light off-on if moved in less than 30º positions. The main ON-OFF button also turns red while charging and green when fully charged. The unit beeps twice when you turn it on to let you know it's about to turn on. It automatically shuts off after 5 minutes and beeps when it either auto shuts off or when turned off manually. The ad for this lamp claims to also have ozone between .01-.05ppm density which may not do much in an open environment. Ozone is a gas and a pollutant that kills microorganisms in a closed environment, like a room or even a toilet. You can usually smell ozone and the majority of it MUST be vented before you can safely be in that space again. However, with this lamp, I don't smell anything. Even so, no matter how low power this lamp is, you should NEVER look at the bulbs when it's on and do not allow your exposed skin near it. It is VERY dangerous in several ways to humans, animals and plantlife. I will be using this UV-C lamp to disinfect guitars that I fix and other small items. I hope this helps.
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Q: Is this an LED lamp or mercury bulb? What is the bulb's wavelength?

尋ねた Guitartec に 2020-05-16 09:47:42

Lynn This is an LED lamp and the bulb's wavelength is 185nm.

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Q: Will this work in countries that use 110V?

尋ねた Guitartec に 2020-04-29 05:41:53

Zeitgeist Yes, it will.

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Guitartec 2020-04-27 09:26:28
I bought two of these. They seem well made, but prior to purchasing them, I had no real proof they were effective at killing anything. This changed for me when I held it near a large insect that was in our bathroom. The bug died within minutes. I know that viruses are not living things but do have DNA and RNA components. I therefore believe this UV-C wand should be effective at disrupting the virus you can avoid contracting it as long as you are slow, methodical and thorough when disinfecting things with it. Do NOT UV your skin or eyes as damage may occur. UV-C light is considered "germicidal" The specs show these UV-C wands run from 270-395nm, where the germicidal spectrum runs from 100nm-280nm. Higher than that is UV-B. You can see these wands are almost in UV-B territory, but as long as it's anywhere within the germicidal spectrum, it should be effective- I know it kills bugs at least! NOTES... The only thing I do not understand about this UV-C wand is why it has a dimmer on-off switch. Who would want to use anything less than full power, especially since there's no way to know what less UV is good for. I do not know enough about UV to tell you if the dimmer simply controls the light intensity and not the range of lightwaves, but I'm pretty sure it's just affecting the intensity. The magnet base is also sort of senseless as this in not a stationary light. Other than that, I think until there are real 3rd party lab tests on these lights, it's an inexpensive way to "probably" kill the thing the Chinese brought to the rest of the word. Call me crazy, but maybe they should be handing them out for free?
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