NRA National Youth Shooting Sports Ambassador Taylor Holland Reviews: UV Paqlite
UV Paqlite is a company that makes glow-in-the dark lights, glow sticks and other outdoor sporting goods. UV Paqlite's products are lights for campers, backpackers, preppers and the overall outdoor enthusiasts; they're reusable, reliable and simple. They do not use batteries, bulbs or electricity. All products are made from all-natural glow crystals. The UV Paqlite glow products absorb any light to recharge (1 minute of sunlight = 10 hours of glow), they never wear out or expire, they last forever and glow all night long. What makes UV Paqlite Products brighter? Glow-in-the-Dark intensity (brightness) depends on the particle size; generally, the bigger the particles, the better the glow. UV Paqlite products use patent pending large crystals of strontium aluminate, making them brighter, faster-charging and even longer lighting than other glow items available. How do the crystals charge? It does NOT require direct or indirect sunlight to charge. It will charge well in low-level indoor light conditions, and a little light goes along way with UV Paqlite. I got the chance to meet and experience the magic that is UV Paqlite at this year's 2017 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits. I was not only impressed with the glow lights, but also the family that has designed these exciting new glow-in-the-dark products. These products really are a one of a kind, for all ages, and the uses are endless! UV Paqlite is a family-owned and operated company that is proud to make their products right here in America. This father - daughter business is dedicated to creating innovative lighting products and outdoor sporting goods that provide utility and sustainability using glow in the dark technology. You can find these amazing new glow products at www.UVPAQLITE.COM.
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