The Mule Light's breakthrough concept takes glow-in-the-dark to the next level of brightness, utility, and efficiency. The Mule Light concept turned glow-in-the-dark into an ideal light source for so many applications where glow sticks were used in the past. Typically glow-in-the-dark dims out, think of those glow-in-the-dark stars on the ceiling, the Mule Light’s hybrid technology keeps glow-in-the-dark glowing bright all night long while saving battery power.
Invented by UVPaqlite (U V Pack Light), this hybrid light concept is very simple: to keep glow-in-the-dark glowing bright, just keep hitting it with light. The Mule Light concept uses short bursts of light, from high intensity LEDs, to reenergize glow-in-the-dark crystals every two minutes. Using this concept the glow-in-the-dark stays impressively bright while minimizing battery power consumption. Using the Mule Light concept users can increase battery life up to 60x.
The Orb’s extraordinary glow capabilities stem from UV Paqlite’s proprietary glow-in-the-dark crystals which glow brighter, charge faster, and last longer than traditional glow-in-the-dark powders commonly used in toys, tapes, paints, and other novelty items. Unlike other glow-in-the-dark out there, UV Paqlite’s crystals never wear out or expire.
The newest product is the Orb is available on Kickstarter, a crowd funding website, which allows businesses to raise supplemental funding for new projects. We set up our Kickstarter project so customers can pre-purchase the Orb by pledging money toward our campaign.
$25 pledge = 1 Orb includes shipping & USB cable.
$50 pledge = 2 Orbs includes shipping & USB cable.
$100 pledge = 5 Orbs includes shipping & USB cable.
Add a few extra $ to ship outside the USA.
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“Kickstarter is a great platform for small businesses, like us. The funding we receive from this campaign allows us to reduce costs by ordering all the various components in bulk making the product more affordable.” Alexis Nagel – Owner of UV Paqlite.
The Orb is only available for pre-purchase until October 30, 2014 (click here). So now is the time to ditch the glow stick and glow green.
New Product Available Now on Kickstarter:
THe MULE LIght is Coming Back Even Better!!!
Available on Kickstarter, a crowd funding website, until Oct 30, 2014
Be a Backer. Pledge $$. Get an Orb!
Watch Video to Learn More or Pledge Now (click here)
Videos: How does the Mule Light work? Part 1 & 2
Review by Sensible Prepper
How does the Glow Stick Work?
The UV GloStik contains enhanced glow in the dark crystals that quickly absorb light to recharge and provides functional illumination for several minutes. For a continuous glow stick illumination simply cover the 8 LEDs with the UV GloStik. Press and hold the ON button of the flashlight until the LEDs flash one time. Now the LED’s will come on for 4 seconds to recharge the UV Glostik every 2 minutes. During those 2 minutes illumination is maintained by the glow of the UV GloStik so the batteries are not being drained.
For even more efficiency press and hold the ON button of the flashlight until it flashes 2 times. Now the cycles are increased to 4 minutes which increases battery life up to 60x. Use this to maintain illumination in very dark environments or when you’re using the Mule Light as a marker for tree stands, trails, etc.
Why the Mule Light? Chemical glow sticks are disposable and glow for only one night. Other battery operated glow sticks constantly drain batteries to maintain illumination. One Mule Light using 3 AAA batteries replaces over 60 chemical glow sticks. Your choice buy 60 glow sticks at the dollar store spend $60 dollars. One Mule Light costs $19.95 and replacing the batteries costs less than $4 (which replaces another 60 chemical glow sticks).
Example Use: You need to provide functional lighting for 10 hours (overnight) on a camping trip with the family.
Here are your options:
A: Use a disposable glow stick
B: Keep a flashlight ON for 10 hours
C: The Mule Light
Option A is a onetime use product that you throw away and have to keep repurchasing.
Option B's flashlight can be reused over and over again but the batteries will most likely be drained and will need to be replaced very soon.
Option C's Mule Light only used 2 minutes and 30 seconds of battery power during the 10 hours if you selected the 4 minute intervals. If you used the 2 minute intervals only 5 minutes of battery life were used.
Which do you choose? Now multiply that over several nights, weeks, or months. Which one is your best cost saving option and the most efficient use of your light resources?