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[London Drugs] HoMedics UV-Clean Phone Sanitizer - SAN-PH100BK-CA $79 Free shipping + bonus supplements

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[London Drugs] HoMedics UV-Clean Phone Sanitizer - SAN-PH100BK-CA $79 Free shipping + bonus supplements

The HoMedics UV-Clean Phone Sanitizer is currently selling for $79.99 sale price price at London Drugs. Free shipping and also take advantage of special offer.. your choice of Multisure Supplement Tablets.. I chose the one for Men 50+ , 80 capsules
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London Drugs Homedics Phone Sanitizer

Can also be used to sanitize keys, other small objects, coins etc, paper money, credit cards
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Mar 20, 2015
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its going for the same price at best buy minus the free vitamins so this is a win if you're in the market for it
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any difference from the PhoneSoap brand?
anyone used this, the design looks a bit skeptical w/ the pop up folds. Will the folds break?
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Jenniyah wrote: any difference from the PhoneSoap brand?
anyone used this, the design looks a bit skeptical w/ the pop up folds. Will the folds break?
Maybe after 10000 uses? People buy water bottles that do this... Nothing new.
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I've commented on a different post/product in the past as i'm becoming a bit obsessed with UV products and the BS around some of them.
It says 30 seconds per side (slightly suspect of this cycle time... UV LEDs are faster than bulbs, but I'd like to see whether they are claiming this from papers under certain conditions or if they tested their product specifically).
This also leads me to believe the contact points are not exposed to UV light. This renders the whole process sort of pointless... when you have to open it up to flip over the phone, you will contaminate your hands, and the clean side of the phone will touch the bottom of the case that will have pathogens on it. Now, tbh its still likely better than nothing, but I still like the phone soap design better than this one. For more commercial applications, CleanslateUV is my product of choice.

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