Now living in Bournemouth, its about to get to that time of year when everyone jumps in their cars and invades the beaches. Lets face it. When the sun comes out we have to rush to get as much as we can. Now Im not about to go all medical on you because we all know we should not spend to much time in the sun and that we should cover up. It can be a little hard to judge though, how much protection we need. I once got a tan at a festival when it was cloudy and raining....and it was up north.
This is where the UV meter comes in handy.
Ideal for all ages - research has shown that it is especially important to protect the skin during the first 18 years of life, so kit your kids out with a UV Meter for complete peace of mind.
For ski-ing enthusiasts - fresh snow refects up to 80% of the Sun's rays so even if it's cold, you may be being exposed to harmful UV rays and need to limit your time on the slopes.
Small and lightweight - can be easily worn around your neck or on your wrist with anti-slip and anti-splash design, perfect for being poolside.
Easy to read - clear LCD screen displays temperature, recommended sun exposure time, recommended sun protection factor, time already spent in the sun and when its time to go indoors and take shade.
Lets face it £12.95 is not much to help stop you getting skin cancer.