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Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light

(60 customer reviews)

19,39 $

Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light, 51 LED 395 nM Ultraviolet Blacklight Detector for Dog Urine, Pet Stains and Bed Bug Pet Supplies› See more product details

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Escolite UV

Color 51LED Black Light
Power Source Battery Powered
Light Source Type LED
Material Metal

About this item

Escolite UV

  • 3 AA Standard Alkaline Battery (Not Included), Rechargeable batteries are not recommended (Size and Voltage is not compatible)!
  • 51 UV LED beam covers a larger area than 9, 21 LED lights. Emits UV light in the 390 to 405 nanometer wavelength.
  • Perfect for outside use such as finding scorpions and minerals! And it’s useful tool to detect pet urine and do a house deep cleaning.
  • Tips: To extend the flashlight’s life, please remove all batteries if you did not intend to use it for a long time.
  • Improper use or installation of poor quality batteries may cause product hazards that can affect our safety. We recommend the use of reliable high quality Alkaline batteries. Use of rechargeable or other non-recommended batteries VOIDS the manufacturer warranties.
  • Pet Urine Detection
  • Scorpion/Plant worms Exposure
  • Bed bug Detection
  • Bathroom Stains Reveal
  • Bank Note/ID Card Authentication
  • Uranium or Radioactive Glass Verification
  • Rock Mineral Reveal
  • Black Light Paint Reveal
  • Fluorescent World Exposure
  • This is a great tool for determining if there were any “problems” left behind after tenants moved out. Moreover, if you travel a lot would be good to have to check your hotel room. You would be surprised how many bed bugs are in hotel rooms, even high end ones.



‎51LED Black Light

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Light Source Wattage

‎5 Watts

Finish Type


Battery Description



‎600 Lumen



Water Resistance Level


Item Weight

‎6.1 ounces

Number of Batteries

‎3 AA batteries required.

Battery Cell Composition



‎4.5 Volts

Product Dimensions

‎2.2"D x 2.2"W x 5.75"H

Included Components

‎1 x 51 UV blacklight,1 x Battery holder(not included battery)



Light Source Type




Part Number


Item model number


Description Pile


Batteries Required?


Batteries Included?




Special Features

‎Bathroom/Hotel Cleanliness Detection, Black Light Paint Reveal, Uranium Glass Inspection, Dog/Cat Urine Detection, Find Tomato Hornworms, ID/Currency Verification, Find Yooperlites, Fluorescent World Exposure, Resin Curing, blacklight flashlight, Rock Mineral Reveal, Find Scorpions, Find Bed Bug, Leak Detection

Cutting Diameter

‎3 Inches

Item Package Quantity


Number Of Pieces









‎1 Count (Pack of 1)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



‎3 AA batteries required.

Assembled Diameter

‎3 Inches

60 reviews for Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    As advertised.

    Solid feel. Shows soil and stains well. Would purchase again.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars


    I’m still learning how to decipher what I’m seeing but in the long run I think it’s going to be worth tracking down any scent I can’t visually see. One dog of ours is an excitable pee-er.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The 51 LED UV lights seem to be the “sweet spot” for price, quality, durability – better than the 100 LED models.

    I live in Arizona, and we have scorpions in our backyards – sometimes LOTS of them if you don’t do something to keep them in check. Periodic broadcast-type bug spraying (like the kind from exterminators) is minimally effective at keeping scorpion populations down once they hit critical mass — the best method to put a dent in their population is to hunt them at night when they are out and to spray them directly with a strong solution to eradicate them.Enter these UV flashlights – they are a staple for anyone living in Arizona who is serious about battling scorpions. I started using these a few years back when I noticed my yard was being overrun. I live in the inner city, and for the first 10-15 years I lived here they were not a problem. But things changed a few years back and now I have to battle them routinely and have finally got ahead of the curve in eliminating them.For two seasons, I tried the 100 LED flashlights on the market thinking that more power was better. Well, they did OK, but with the 3 100 LED flashlights I bought I experienced the same issues. First, they run hot…. REAL hot. Then, they need six AA batteries to run, which is a substantial number (and why they run hot). I use rechargeable Eneloops, I would not even consider Alkaline battery in these 100 LED lights – they burn them up so quickly you would spend a FORTUNE on batteries if you had to use Alkaline.Which leads to the biggest problem with the 100 LED lights – they burn up battery life quickly, and real only stay at their brightest for 15-20 min before becoming noticeably dimmer. I experienced this on three different brands of 100 LED lights – note however all three lights looked the same and probably made in the same Chinese factory! (also DON’T overspend on the UV Beast model – it is exactly the same light as the others at half the price, don’t believe the marketing hype the seller claims).The biggest issue with the 100LED light models – they were ruining my Eneloop batteries. It must be because they run so hot, or maybe they are working too hard and the design of six batteries and 100 LEDs needs better engineering. One final point about the 100 LED models – they are HEAVY!Next, I bought this 51 LED model. First off, it only takes 3 AA batteries to work – HALF of what the 100 LED models need. Then, it runs cooler. MUCH cooler. Finally, it stays consistently bright for much longer – sure it is not as bright as the 100LED model on fresh batteries – but after 30 min the 51 LED is still going strong where the 100 LED is hot and has dimmed considerably. Using only three batteries vs six batteries for 100 LED models seems to be the sweet spot for keeping the light cool – and NO MORE ruining my Eneloops. Plus, the 51 LED model is SO much lighter and easier to carry for extended scorpion hunting sessions. ( I have a large yard, and I extend the search to the alley and other breeding spots).For those in the market for an LED light that has a little “oomph”, and if you are looking at the 100 LED and 51 LED models and wondering what to get and how much you really need, then I hope my experience helps you. Sometimes less is more, and bigger is not always better and from my experience with UV flashlights this became glaringly true!! Try the both for yourself and see what you think.Thanks for reading.

    31 people found this helpful

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good blacklight

    I just got this 2 days ago and use it to look for uranium glass and have found several pieces at local thrift stores already that they weren’t aware they had.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Super effective at finding scorpions even 15 feet away

    I bought this after finding two Arizona bark scorpions in my house.After getting the light I found one more in my house, one in my garage, and like 5 on the outside border of my house. The light is bright, has a nice wide angle to it for quick scanning, and the weight seems sturdy.I’m surprised it takes 3 AA batteries and not sure how long they’ll last until I’ve used it for a bit.Now I know exactly where I need to spray for better control and I feel more piece of mind inside.

    10 people found this helpful

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