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BosieBoo UV meter £1.00 Poundland

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Protect your kid’s skin in the hot summer sun with the clever UV Meter.

The UV Meter measures the strength of the sun and takes into account the SPF rating of your sun cream, to give you an indication of how long you can stay in the sun before sunburn occurs.

The meter is designed and calibrated to the protect the skin of young children and takes the worry out of visits to the beach.


* Measures UV level of sunlight
* Weight: 98g
* Dimensions: 12 cm (h) x 10 cm (w) x 4 cm (d)
* Requires 1x CR2032 button cell battery (included)

Please note: If the strength of the sun increases it will be necessary to take an extra measurement to maintain accuracy. The calculation s based on sun cream protection being maintained throughout exposure to the sun.

note: There were plenty in Aberdeen's store

Given UK has twice the Skin Cancer rates of Australia, I'd love to know who voted cold and why
- schizoboy
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> The calculation s based on sun cream protection being maintained throughout exposure to the sun.

It is also based on applying it correctly in the first place, which many people don't do. Things like this are dangerous - making you think your kids can stay out longer in the sun than they can.
i use it just to measure the UV factor, cream protection varies, I used SPF 15 with one manufacturer and exactly the same with a different manufacturer and while one was ok the other one was not...
Not a good idea.
If you think it is then maybe buying a device you could trust rather than a poundland gimmick.
Better still, spend the money on decent factor 50 and slap that liberally on your kid.
I dont have kids and I was talking about Nivea and L'Oreal not poundland stuff ;)

i have also this one, if we will get some sun in aberden I will test both of them to see if there is any difference

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