What you need to know
- Accessory maker totallee has announced a brand new UV phone sanitizer.
- It can kill germs and bacteria on your phone.
- It can also clean small items like keys and AirPods, and doubles as a wireless charger!
Accessory maker totallee has announced its brand new UV phone sanitizer, which can kill germs and bacteria on your phone.
The new device costs $99, and its website states:
According to totallee's website, your phone is 18 times dirtier than a public toilet. The UV phone sanitizer uses UVB and UVC rays to eliminate germs and bacteria from your phone. It also doubles as a fast wireless charger that is compatible with all Qi-enabled devices. It works at up to 10W for Samsung devices and up to 7.5W for iPhone. It will also support Fast Charging, however, you need to buy a specific QC 2.0/3.0 adapter for that.
totallee told us that you can also use the UV phone sanitizer for other small items you handle all the time, such as your keys, your wallet or even your AirPods.
Right now the UV phone sanitizer is available to pre-order on their website at the aforementioned price, and products will start shipping on April 15. The UV phone sanitizer also comes with a 2-year warranty, where totallee will send you a free product replacement should anything happen to yours, and there's a 30-day money-back guarantee.
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