Everbeam Shatterproof Easy Install Black Light

Last updated: May 2, 2023

If you're looking to take your party to the next level, this black light has you covered. It's large in size and sets up easily both indoors and outdoors. In fact, the bracket is adjustable, allowing you to shine the light straight out or at an angle of up to 180 degrees.

Everbeam Shatterproof Easy Install Black Light

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This black light can be propped up or mounted to a wall.

In our analysis of 12 expert reviews, the Everbeam Shatterproof Easy Install Black Light placed 6th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

IMPRESSIVE WIDE COVERAGE – Our 50W UV party light houses UV-A LED bulbs with a 365nm wavelength. It beams ultraviolet light at a 120-degree angle, providing adequate illumination for your parties. TOUGH AGAINST WATER & MOISTURE – This UV LED light pulls down an IP66 waterproof score, working environment 0-100°F and 45%~95% humidity, which means you may safely use it outdoors even on a wet night. BUILT TO LAST – We’ve encased our ultraviolet LED light in an aluminium alloy housing that withstands bumps and impact. The tempered lens is shatterproof, promising many years of reliability. It also features an advanced cooling structure with a full body heat sink design. Both prevent overheating and contribute towards the device’s 50,000-hour operating lifespan. EASY TO INSTALL OR JUST ‘BRING YOUR OWN GLOW’ – Conveniently sits on the ground and points at any direction with 180° adjustable bracket and 5 ft long power cord. Bring it with you to glow parties anywhere or – easily fix it on the wall with three preset sockets on the bracket. 365nm VS 395nm – 365nm for stronger fluorescence and 395nm emits more visible lights. We use UV-A blacklights that are safe to eyes and skin in general, but do NOT stare at the lights as it could make people feel dizzy.

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