Where to buy UV lights online in Australia
If you’re looking for a UV light to sanitise your home, these retailers have a variety of product options available.
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Having been used to kill microbes in hospitals and laboratories for years, UV lights have now been made into smaller versions that consumers can use to sanitise their homes.
From ultraviolet lamps to phone disinfectors, we’ve rounded up a list of stores that stock UV light products below.
Wheres to buy UV lights online
- Note: According to the World Health Organization, UV radiation can cause skin irritation and eye damage and should not be used to disinfect any bodily areas. Washing your hands with soap or hand sanitiser is the best way to kill germs on the skin.
Amazon is known for having some of the most competitive prices on the market. If you’re looking for a great deal on UV light products, consider comparing prices from various sellers here.
- Free delivery on millions of eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership
- Easily compare prices on similar products
- Huge product range
Online marketplace giant eBay has just about everything, including a variety of UV light products. It also lets you shop by guaranteed delivery date so you can get your item sooner.
- Free delivery on millions of eligible items with an eBay Plus membership
- Easily compare prices
- New products added daily
4. JB Hi-Fi
While JB Hi-Fi doesn’t have an extensive selection of UV light products on offer, it does stock some sterilising wands and phone sanitisers.
- Price-match guarantee
- Express delivery available
- Click and collect available
5. Dr Ultra-C
Whether you’re after a UVC wand, lamp or phone steriliser, Dr Ultra-C has a product to suit. All of its products have also undergone microbial testing and have been proven to help kill common household germs.
- Free express shipping on all orders
- Two-year warranty
- Microbial testing of all products
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Which of these retailers offer free delivery when you buy UV lights?
- eBay: Free on eligible items with an eBay Plus membership
- Amazon: Free on eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership
- AliExpress: Free on some items
- Dr Ultra-C: Free on all orders
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