LED UV Lamp for Resin Craft (36W)
This is the strongest alternative of LED UV lamp at 36W, which will allow your pieces to cure much faster and beautifully.
The space is also bigger which allows you to cure together with silicone molds.
It has an auto sensor where it will turn on when you insert your hands or items under the lamp.
It has a timer screen at the top to tell you how long it has been curing for.
This is a adapter powered lamp, so you will need to plug into your electricity outlet to work.
Please note that this UV Lamp will require electricity to work, it does not have batteries installed.
Pack Size: 1 piece
Measurements: 210mm x 120mm x 80mm
Color availabilty: White
- ÉSÉloïse S.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars2 years agoled uv lamp
I love it, really effective!
- TTahliaVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 4 out of 5 stars3 years agook, but timer isn't long enough.
The sensor is too high up so I had to stick some blu-tack on the sensor to get it to work. Also the timer can only go up to 99, so have to unplug it and reset the timer every time.
- JRJasmine R.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 4 out of 5 stars4 years agoNot exactly what is pictured
All in all, the UV lamp is what I ordered, however, the pictures on the site brought me to believe that it would have a US plug. Mine is EU and I am now forced to buy an adapter. If you're buying this UV lamp, please keep in mind that even though a US plug is shown, you very well might be getting an EU plug.
- MGMaria G.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars4 years agoLED UV Lamp
This lamp is the best! Got tired of fussing around with my other two which never really seemed to do the job. This LED UV Lamp works like a charm. So glad I gave in and got another one.
- SCStitchie C.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 4 out of 5 stars4 years agoGlad I got this
This cures very well! One star off for a) the description not having mentioned what kind of adaptor it is (I live in North America so it didn’t fit my electrical sockets without an additional universal adaptor), and b) it’s infrar sensored so it’s blinding when you put your resin pieces in. My work around is, I have paper flaps taped on both openings, and a paper box placed near one of the sensors, I load my resin pieces in first, then I put on the paper flap on the opening to block the uv light from blinding me, then I plug in the adaptor for power.