Gen 2 - > More surface area, brighter & larger keychain hole!
This Mini 12.4mm x 3.3mm Universal Glow Markers (UGM’s) or simply Glow In The Dark Clear Hard Resin are perfect for marking all your gear making it easy to find in the dark. These are a super bright, long lasting, reusable glow stick that does not wear out. They do not use batteries, bulbs or electricity.
Pack Of 10 - All Ultra Bright Day Glow Green
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 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 Keys, Light Switch, Zipper Pull, Backpack, Door Knob, Gas Valve, TV Remote, BOB, SHTF Bag, First Aid Kit. ETC
Each UGM is hand finished
- USA Made
- 12.40mm x 3.3mm - Hole size 3.2mm
- .6 grams each
- The brighter the light source = quicker charge time
- ( Quick charge your UGM with a flashlight )
Note: Nano Titanium Split Rings Sold Separately ( Here )
These are excellent for marking zipper pulls, safety and survival items, and the many titanium tools bought from here. Get the titanium split rings and put these all over the place. Very bright, especially when they have some sunlight hit them. Charge even with LED light and glow bright for a very long time. Get a lot of these.
These things soak up light like a sponge, then glow brightly long enough for me to find my keys and get my door open. I just give one a shot with my flashlight and I'm good to go. I've also stuck a few around the house to help me find my way around when the power fails. Great product.
These things really glow! Perfect for your keyring or as tent zipper markers.
Good idea making this size, will charge just sitting a few hours in window or probably in room with fluorescents. Probably uses I haven’t thought of yet.