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Boiseboo UV Monitor £1.00Poundland

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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
Uv monitor measures sun strenght, enter sun cream protection level and alarm will tell you when to apply more cream or when safe sun time is over.

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#1
Should probably get one of these. My ears look deep fried! :p
#2
i seen this to day in there was going to get one but i idnt mit get one next time if there still in there but was not sure how it work
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victoria12345
i seen this to day in there was going to get one but i idnt mit get one next time if there still in there but was not sure how it work

Somehow your post suggests you'd never work it out - forget it.
#4
Besford
Somehow your post suggests you'd never work it out - forget it.


lmao!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
they're, their and there - please learn and remember!!
#5
If you need one of these to work out how long to stay in the sun for before reapplying more sun lotion, your already doomed!!
Start saving for a Brain transplant instead..:lol:

Voted cold I don't care how cheap it is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :roll:
#6
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#7
Great price for this,
My husband has atypical moles(he has hundreds of moles with irregular shapes and sizes which are not cancerous but hard to spot changes in) his consultant recommended we get a UV monitor as the suns strength varies,hour to hour, day to day.
Sun tan lotions tell you to reapply on a regular basis...how often is that? minutes,hours?

when we went to Hawaii hubbies UV monitor told him he had reached his safe sun limit within 20 minutes on one day,the following week it was just over 3 hours,I am not sure how even an intelligent person could have worked that out themselves.
If a quid can help you lessen your changes of skin cancer and premature ageing its got to be worth it surely?
#8
pookienoodle
Great price for this,
My husband has atypical moles(he has hundreds of moles with irregular shapes and sizes which are not cancerous but hard to spot changes in) his consultant recommended we get a UV monitor as the suns strength varies,hour to hour, day to day.

Sounds like he'd be better off just keeping covered up and wearing a hat the whole time. No amount of monitoring or technology is going to be good enough to assure total safety.
#9
From the pound shop!!!
Does anything really work from that juk shop?
#10
pookienoodle
Great price for this,
My husband has atypical moles(he has hundreds of moles with irregular shapes and sizes which are not cancerous but hard to spot changes in) his consultant recommended we get a UV monitor as the suns strength varies,hour to hour, day to day.
Sun tan lotions tell you to reapply on a regular basis...how often is that? minutes,hours?

when we went to Hawaii hubbies UV monitor told him he had reached his safe sun limit within 20 minutes on one day,the following week it was just over 3 hours,I am not sure how even an intelligent person could have worked that out themselves.
If a quid can help you lessen your changes of skin cancer and premature ageing its got to be worth it surely?


If he has hundreds of moles then he shouldn't be anywhere near the sun, he should be wearing clothes and a hat to prevent exposure to his skin.
Prevention is better than cure.
He takes his life in his hands everytime he goes out in the sun as any one of those moles could turn cancerous at any time even under the smallest amount of UV..

Over 1,100 men died of skin cancer through to much exposure to the suns rays last year, back in the 70's there were less than 400 a year, shows how vain we have all become and risk our lives needlesly for a tan nowadays..

You want your Hubby to go that way, don't trust in this, get him out of the sun and limit the amount of exposure he gets and he'll be around with you to enjoy many more summer days!
#11
saveonpost
From the pound shop!!!
Does anything really work from that juk shop?


Well, I bought a dictionary from there once ¬_¬, never let me down since.
#12
crazylegs
If he has hundreds of moles then he shouldn't be anywhere near the sun, he should be wearing clothes and a hat to prevent exposure to his skin.
Prevention is better than cure.
He takes his life in his hands everytime he goes out in the sun as any one of those moles could turn cancerous at any time even under the smallest amount of UV..

Over 1,100 men died of skin cancer through to much exposure to the suns rays last year, back in the 70's there were less than 400 a year, shows how vain we have all become and risk our lives needlesly for a tan nowadays..

You want your Hubby to go that way, don't trust in this, get him out of the sun and limit the amount of exposure he gets and he'll be around with you to enjoy many more summer days!


thanks for the medical advice folks.
as hubbies consultant pointed out to him to keep his whole body covered 24/7 would be unrealistic.
he wears long sleeved t shirts,long trousers,a leigoneres type hat and factor 50+ suncream,he is not out to get a tan just to live a normal life as possible.
he has his moles photographed and measured on a regular basis,he is at no greater risk of skin cancer than other people(slightly lower risk actually) it is just that some of his moles look like the type of changes that would indicate a problem(jagged red edges,larger than a 10p piece)
his consultant recommended he get a device like this so on days or in areas where the U.V index is v high he can act accordingly..
we all know that despite all the health risks most people have some form of exposure to u.v rays.
these devices bring home how little exposure is needed to be risky.
#13
OH DEAR:? Just what he/she who has everything would love to posess!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sub Zero
#14
crazylegs
If he has hundreds of moles then he shouldn't be anywhere near the sun, he should be wearing clothes and a hat to prevent exposure to his skin.
Prevention is better than cure.
He takes his life in his hands everytime he goes out in the sun as any one of those moles could turn cancerous at any time even under the smallest amount of UV..

Over 1,100 men died of skin cancer through to much exposure to the suns rays last year, back in the 70's there were less than 400 a year, shows how vain we have all become and risk our lives needlesly for a tan nowadays..

You want your Hubby to go that way, don't trust in this, get him out of the sun and limit the amount of exposure he gets and he'll be around with you to enjoy many more summer days!


Back in the 70's there were far fewer people around. Surely if you take the population explosion into account then the percentages are much the same. By the way I'm not biased as I never try to get a tan
#15
Geijin
Well, I bought a dictionary from there once ¬_¬, never let me down since.


hahah If this was 20quid and had a brand name on it everyone would be jumping for it! Heat added!
#16
Yes but its not £20 its a 1 quid for the pound shop comon only the desparate shop there
#17
Back in the 70's people used plain ole cooking oil to help get a tan! And if the numbers quoted here are correct ,does than mean cooking oil is better than factor50???

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