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HQRP UV Chain; Using the HQRP Circle-shaped UV chain tester will help you to protect both your eyes and skin from the dangerous effects of the Ultraviolet rays the sun emits. The device will notify you when the UV (Ultraviolet) intensity will exceed safety limit. UV lighting can negatively affect our body causing sunburns, skin aging, and may even be one of the reasons contributing to the skin cancer. At the same time our eyes and body may not be able to determine the level of the UV intensity, especially on snowy days or when the sky is cloudy. HQRP Circle-shaped UV chain tester is very easy to use device that will provide you information about the level of the UV intensity. Looking at the color on the special surface of the HQRP UV tester, you will always be alerted about the possible overexposure to the UV rays. 200 days warranty! The center of the Solar UV Meter with 3D effect can change series of color according to Solar UV Index. It is how Solar UV measuring function is maintained. The 4 standard color indicators show intensity of Solar UV rays. To know the Solar UV Index, it is enough to compare the colorchange with the 4 standard colors around. The greater intensivity is the darker is the color.Clear colors mean small intensity and dark colors mean great intensivity of Solar UV rays. Very light purple: low intensity, UV index 1-2. Sun-protection not necessary. Light purple: medium intensity, UV index 3-5. Sun-protection is recommended. Purple: strong intensity, UV index 6-7. Sun-protection is necessary. Dark purple: very strong intensity, UV index 8-11. Avoid exposure. Circle-shaped UV tester with chain is convenient to use.
WARNING : WARNING for California residents pursuant to CA Proposition 65 This product may expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov