About Casetify UV Phone Sanitizer
The device uses the shortest UV wavelength which kills 99.9 percent of the common household bacteria, viruses, and molds by breaking its DNA. While there’s no support that UV light kills the novel coronavirus, studies have found out that it’s successful in getting rid of MRSA – the virus which causes staph, and H1N1, along with other antibiotic-resistant viruses and bugs. When in use, the phone sanitizer produces a glowing blue light that hits your phone. To clean the backside, you only need to flip your phone over.
Unlike other UV light sanitizers on the market, this device uses six small square LEDs instead of long bulbs. Two lights sit on each side, along with another two on the inside of the lid. These UV-C LEDs contain no mercury unlike traditional bulbs. The said device also contains a Qi-wireless charger built into its rubber bed so your phone won’t be losing battery as you clean it. The Casetify UV Phone Sanitizer also features a USB Type C port.