Wednesday, May 19, 2021

A Bright Way To Sanitize?

The dust has settled and the First 72 Hours have passed. Follow along as I build a long term plan via Prudent Prepping.

This is another quick post on an unusual item seen in the stores I call on. I found this on display in most of the Home Depot stores I see in my rounds.

Ion UV Sanitizing Tool Bag
From the webpage:

UV-C LED technology that gets the job done and done exceptionally well. The Tzumi ion UV Tool Bag is a specially designed UV sterilizing bag that disinfects all your tools and/or job site items in as little as 10-minutes. All it takes is 1-click for the ion UV Tool Bag to achieve a 99.9% sterilization efficiency rate.
  • Portable, compact and lightweight
  • Built-in safety shutdown feature
  • No radiation, ozone or chemicals used - just pure UV-C light
  • 1 touch operation
  • 1200 mAh rechargeable battery
  • Includes: micro USB cable

The inside of the bag
with the UV light turned on.

You may be wondering how much UV is actually produced in the bag. I have to say that I don't know, but in a very short hands-on test with a co-worker's light sensitive glasses, there was enough UV to start changing the lenses in less than a minute.

I don't need a sanitizing bag for the work I do, but possibly someone else might want to give it a try.

Oh, the best part? These are all on Clearance here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Check your local stores for the following sku numbers:
  • Internet #315256258
  • Model #7858HD
  • Store SKU #1005991067

Recap And Takeaway
  • I did not buy this bag, but you might want to hurry. The Ionizing Tool Bag started out at $39.99, but is now (at least in Northern California) $7.99!
  • Nothing was purchased this week, but I still have a backlog of reviews.
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NOTE: All items tested were purchased by me. No products have been loaned in exchange for a favorable review. Any items sent to me for T&E will be listed as such. Suck it Feds.

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