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Violight UV cell phone sanitizer


June 22, 2010

Violight UV cell phone sanitizer

Violight UV cell phone sanitizer

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We've seen UV sanitizing solutions for keyboards, but what about your germ-ridden mobile phone? Violight, a company that specializes in toothbrush sanitizers, is set to release what's billed as the "first ever UV cell phone sanitizer." The process is simple – place your smartphone, PDA, MP3 player, Blutooth headset or earbuds in, pop the lid on and in five minutes you can keep rolling with a lot fewer germs in tow.

Violight says the sanitizer's UV light kills 99 percent of germs including strep, e.coli, salmonella, listeria and the H1N1 virus.

It runs on three AA batteries and will be priced at US$49.95 when it reaches stores in October.

Voilight via Engadget.

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