UviCube utilizes UV light to sanitize and dry bottles, more

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Raising the bar for baby bottle electric sterilizer products, is UviCube, an easy and patent-pending way to keep sanitary the things a baby loves. Its patent-pending design utilizes UV light to dry, store, and eliminate 99.9 percent of bacteria.

Exposure to UV light can eliminate germs on baby bottles, bottle nipples, and pacifiers, but it can also sanitize the surface of electronics, mobile phones, toys, and other items a baby loves to play with and touch. UV light’s ability to sanitize has been validated by a nationally recognized ISO 17025 accredited laboratory in the United States.

UviCube does not use boiling water or hot steam, and thus there is no risk of burns. It uses a low-heat infrared light to dry and UV light to disinfect, so there is no risk of a parent burning their fingers, no matter how many tasks they are juggling. Because UviCube dries bottles and kills germs, there’s no need to manually dry them and take the chance that they will no longer be sanitary. Bottles can stay in the UviCube until they are needed.

The unit measures 12-in. wide x 15-in. high and weighs 18 lbs. It holds up to seven bottles and their accessories, depending on size, and a mini tablet fits perfectly on the tray. An LCD screen displays how much time remains in the unit’s cycle. A mirror-tinted tempered glass door is featured, as is a high-polish, high-grade stainless steel inner chamber.

The unit offers different settings: drying, sanitizing, and air circulation. Bottles should be washed in soapy water and rinsed before they are placed in the UviCube.

For more information call 949/ 623-8543 or visit www.uvicube.com

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