DIY 3M Luminous Tape now £1.83 w/code @ Gamiss
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DIY 3M Luminous Tape now £1.83 w/code @ Gamiss

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Found 16th Mar
Seem to be £6 odd via amazon amazon.co.uk/dp/…QMV Tempted to use for the gaming room / office but can obviously be used for anything, might even be handy for cyclists / TRON wannabe?

Use code DSGMMAR1 at basket and make sure logged in

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    Heat. Ordered to wrap around the toilet seat so I can 'aim true'.
    i'm gonna get a dozen of these and make my house look like tron
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    Heat. Ordered to wrap around the toilet seat so I can 'aim true'.
    Does this actually glow in the dark? There are no claims to say it does.

    Luminous does not = glow in dark.

    Will not be voting unless this is known.

    Thanks for your contribution anyway.

    I'll get my coat..
    Description states "avirulent insipidity" so clearly a must-buy.
    firstofficer9 m ago

    Does this actually glow in the dark? There are no claims to say it does. …Does this actually glow in the dark? There are no claims to say it does. Luminous does not = glow in dark.Will not be voting unless this is known.Thanks for your contribution anyway.I'll get my coat..


    Yes but not bright
    firstofficer21 m ago

    Luminous does not = glow in dark.


    Luminous means giving off light which is kind of what glow in the dark is all about!
    b1g1an4 m ago

    Luminous means giving off light which is kind of what glow in the dark is …Luminous means giving off light which is kind of what glow in the dark is all about!



    Scientifically speaking, that is not strictly correct. A 'Glow in the dark' substance emits radiation by definition, and would therefore be classed as emitting weakly radioactive particles - in fact, I have seen how a Geiger counter starts to tick when in close proximity to a glow in the dark watch, for instance.

    The description on the website, however, clearly says no radioactive materials used - which leaves a lot to be desired about the quality of the product.

    Just my tuppence worth.

    I'll get my coat.

    COI: Failed A-level fiziks by a whisker.
    they are cheaper elswhere..aliexpres and all kind of hell..cold because you liar and the item overpriced
    Edited by: "ricardasgudkovas" 16th Mar
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    ricardasgudkovas4 m ago

    they are cheaper elswhere..aliexpres and all kind of hell..cold because …they are cheaper elswhere..aliexpres and all kind of hell..cold because you liar and the item overpriced


    Steady on old chap
    hotukdeals-welcome to pay more community,do i need to look who listing deals if i looking for fair cheap deal..this is not..
    Edited by: "ricardasgudkovas" 16th Mar
    Yes it does glow in the dark (about 3-4 hours) - my mum has lost 80%of her sight so I put this round bedroom light switches- telephone handle etc and she says it helps so
    Edited by: "shotatdawn" 16th Mar
    firstofficer34 m ago

    Scientifically speaking, that is not strictly correct. A 'Glow in the …Scientifically speaking, that is not strictly correct. A 'Glow in the dark' substance emits radiation by definition, and would therefore be classed as emitting weakly radioactive particles - in fact, I have seen how a Geiger counter starts to tick when in close proximity to a glow in the dark watch, for instance. The description on the website, however, clearly says no radioactive materials used - which leaves a lot to be desired about the quality of the product. Just my tuppence worth.I'll get my coat.COI: Failed A-level fiziks by a whisker.


    That's old fashioned glow in the dark which was banned around the time the poor buggers who used to paint watch faces own faces started falling apart because they licked the brushes to get a fine point. Nowadays it refers to material being 'charged' by a light source and then emitting that light. Hence why it only lasts a relatively short time and things like watch faces can be initially quite bright after a days 'charge' but quickly fade to a light glow.
    Got mine for $0.89c
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    b1g1an17 m ago

    That's old fashioned glow in the dark which was banned around the time the …That's old fashioned glow in the dark which was banned around the time the poor buggers who used to paint watch faces own faces started falling apart because they licked the brushes to get a fine point. Nowadays it refers to material being 'charged' by a light source and then emitting that light. Hence why it only lasts a relatively short time and things like watch faces can be initially quite bright after a days 'charge' but quickly fade to a light glow.


    You can still get radioactive watches Google 'micro gas tube watches' They use Tritium not Radium to excite a phosphor as the Beta particles cannot escape from the glass that the Tritium is encapsulated in.

    Can't imagine anything with radioactive material would be put in a tape due to risk of ingestion.
    Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 16th Mar
    i'm gonna get a dozen of these and make my house look like tron
    Wonder if this could cause skin cancer ?

    Or even cure it..

    I'll get my coat..

    Kindest regards
    we've got a black cat, big lazy lump he is too, I put a strip of this down his back so I don't trip over him when I get up in the night
    aliexpres £1.43 10m x 10mm
    Edited by: "paulpso" 17th Mar
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