They recharge quickly by absorbing light from any light source. The brighter the light source, the brighter they glow.
Their original use was as emergency markers, marking survival equipment onboard submarines. The Navy required them to be “non-powered, rugged, re-usable, and non-nuclear”. We use them everywhere including marking camp sites, hanging them from the inside door knobs at hotels to help us find our way out.
Finding and tagging your gear out of a dark cargo hold has never been easier.
Add the UGM to your Backpack, Door Knob, Gas Valve, TV Remote, BOB, SHTF Bag, First Aid Kit. ETC
Even can light up a tent!
Each UGM is made by hand and tagged with a USA Made Stainless Steel Ball Chain.
- USA Made
- 7.5"x 5.5" x .25" thick
- 1 Ounce
- The brighter the light source = quicker charge time
- Upto 24 hours of after glow ( Quick charge your UGM with a flashlight )
Bought the UGM to mark my tent when camping at motorcycle rallies so I can find it at night
I use them to mark exits when I travel.They are super bright and last all night.
This is an amazing little device. It really puts off a lot of light, from both sides. Looks like it's made from the bits and pieces leftover from manufacturing the other types of glow products. So I'm happy to support the reduce/reuse/recycle agenda (this is the reuse portion in action).
The only thing I'd suggest is a little more detail in the ad. I thought it would be bigger based on the measurements given. They are actually for the overall dimensions which include the clear plastic around the edges. The ad should probably include the dimension of the usable product which is closer to 4" x 5.25".