Glow in the Dark UV Paqlite

From $7.25

SKU: UVPAQ Category:


Light up your tent, cabin or camp with stored energy from any light source!

The UVPaqlite charges quickly by absorbing the light from any light source: sunlight, fluorescent, halogen, LEDS, etc. Once charged these lights will provide enough glow to function in a shelter, tent, or bedroom without using electricity or fuel all night long. As long as the sun rises tomorrow, you can reuse it over-and-over again…FOREVER!!!

The UVPaqlites are designed to give the user a form of light that has utility beyond typical glow-in-the-dark novelty products. The Paqlites glow crystals are vacuum packed in a permanent waterproof plastic casing proving a reusable, portable light source that requires no maintenance or batteries. The single use Glow sticks use to be are considered the only kind of light source that is ideal safe for use immediately following an earthquake, hurricane, tornado, or other catastrophic emergency situation due to the fact that they do not use any kind of electricity to work and do not create any danger of sparking. Now the UV Paqlites are the “state of the art” replacement for the old-fashion Glow Sticks

Size Reference Guide:
Small- 2-3 Person Tent
              Weight: 1.3 ounces
                Pouch Size: 8″x6″
                Glow Area of item: 30 square inches
                Suggested Use: Night Light for 2 Person Tent, or inside a Bivy Bag or closet
Medium- 4-6 Person Tent/Small Bathroom
              Weight: 3.2 ounces
                Pouch Size: 8″x10″
                Glow Area of item : 50 square inches
                Suggested Use: Night Light for 4-6 Person Tent, illumination for your immediate area
Large- 8 – 10 Person Tent/ Small Bedroom
               Weight: 3.4 ounces
                Pouch Size: 8″x15″
                Glow Area of item: 80 square inches
                Suggested Use: Night Light for 8-10 Person Tent, Small Bedroom, Bathroom, Laundry Room, Shop Area


Frequently Asked Questions…

What is the UV Paqlite?
The UV Paqlite (UV Pack Light) is the amazing reusable light designed to provide a night light illumination in an enclosed environment all night long.

What’s inside the vacuum pouch?
UV Paqlites contain exclusive glow in the dark crystals which are brighter, glow longer, and recharge faster than traditional glow in the dark items.

What’s the purpose of the vacuum pouch?
We use a vacuum pouch for several reasons: The vacuum pouch allows the crystals to be spread out over a large surface area which provides a lot of illumination in an enclosed environment. The vacuum pouch allows the UV Paqlite to be very light weight, roll up, and pack easily into any gear bag. Lastly the vacuum pouch waterproofs our crystals so there are no worries if the UV Paqlite is exposed to rain, snow, or even submerged in water.

How do UV Paqlites charge?
To charge the UV Paqlite just expose it to any light source: sunlight, ambient room lighting, flashlights, headlamps of vehicles (see below for recharging time estimates).

How Bright Are They?
When your eyes are fully adjusted to the darkness the large UVPaqlite provide a low level night light illumination in a 8 – 10 person tent or small bedroom.

How Long Do They Glow?
They will provide a night light illumination for over 10 hours. The light dims over time so be sure your eyes are adjusted to the dark.

What are the charging times for different light sources
Estimated Charging Times: 
  • Direct Sunlight = 2 seconds
  • Ambient Room Light= 5 minutes
  • 60 Lumen Flashlight = 60 seconds
  • 200 Lumen Flashlight = 15 seconds.
How long will the UVPaqlites last?
The UVPaqlite will last forever! UV Paqlite are unique they do not require batteries, bulbs, or chemical activation (shaking or breaking) therefore you can reuse them over-and-over again. These glow-in-the-dark lights do not have a shelf-life so you can store them anywhere and for an extended period of time to use in case of an emergency. The UVPaqlite does not decay over time so it will work the same today as it will 50 years from now.