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UV Meter only £3.75 delivered @ Gizoo + 17% Quidco!

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Definitely not for this weather but useful if we have a summer this year !
Use code FREESHIP09 for free delivery

Ideal for all ages - research has shown that it is especially important to protect the skin during the first 18 years of life, so kit your kids out with a UV Meter for complete peace of mind
For ski-ing enthusiasts - fresh snow reflects up to 80% of the Sun's rays so even if it's cold, you may be being exposed to harmful UV rays and need to limit your time on the slopes
Easy to read - clear LCD screen displays temperature, recommended sun exposure time, recommended sun protection factor, time already spent in the sun and when its time to go indoors and take shade
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Superb for us UKers! lol. Heat added.
Superb for us UKers! lol. Heat added.

wish it did add some heat , then it might be worth buying lol!
Looks a wicked little gadget,

Hot :)
Cheers, just ordered one as I'm off to NZ in a couple of weeks - ideal, heat added.
Just a word of warning - doesn't seem you can use Quidco AND the free delivery code.

Not everybody reads the warnings on Quidco but it states " This merchant will not pay cashback if a voucher code is used with the order"

Still a good offer and free delivery is still a nice touch.
I wish we had enough sun to worry about UV exposure. I am getting fed up of all of the grey skies, rain and snow. :p
I wish we had enough sun to worry about UV exposure. I am getting fed up of all of the grey skies, rain and snow. :p

Snow isn't too bad, the other two are depressing. :oops:
"so kit your kids out with a UV Meter for complete peace of mind."

Sorry OP. I am normally a sucker for gadgets and think it is important to protect our kids but - having recently recovered from skin cancer - I'd be really concerned if I knew anybody was handing these out and exposing kids to unnecessary levels of UVA and expecting "complete peace of mind" from this gadget.

And can anyone tell - from the manufacturer's specifications - whether this gadget measures skin types?
Great little product - and super price with the free postage.
Voted hot, and rep added as soon as I find out how!

I fully take on board comment by janaltus; but like sat-navs don't take what it says as gospel otherwise you get the crazy situations of being driving into rivers "because the sat nav said so".
This is a guide, not a gospel.
It seems to be showing £9.95
Sorry if I sound preachy but scientific studies show these UV meters can do more harm than good.

"Poststudy laboratory tests showed that the sensor was able to detect only about 60% of the solar diffuse radiation. The use of UV-I sensors changed the sun protective behavior of sunbathers in the direction of less use of sun protective measures. One possible explanation is that the low cost UV-meters may have functioned incorrectly and under-reported UV exposure. This may have led to an underestimation of UV-I values, erroneously reassuring subjects and causing a less protective sunbathing behavior. Another hypothesis relies on a cognitive pitfall in the subjects' dealing with intermediate UV-I values, as they may have been discouraged in the use of sunscreen as they did not feel that they had yet been exposed to very harmful UV radiation"

The Use of Commercially Available Personal UV-meters Does Cause Less Safe Tanning Habits: A Randomized-controlled Trial
Showing at £9.95 for me also.

Plus it tells me that the free shipping voucher code has expired... I get this message: -

"Error: This offer has expired. Please check the offer details for more information."

So it's coming up at £12.90 including shipping :x
Common folks don't be MUPPET'S rely on common sense not something that pretends to do something it probably doesn't. It is you and your children's (god forbid) life!
As a fair skinned Scot - best bet is to stay in the shade as far as I'm concerned :thumbsup:

Or you could end up like clever clogs (me) below:


"Jock" hat/wig added for comic relief :oops:

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