LOON UV NANO LIGHT
Small enough to carry in the field, yet powerful enough to use at the bench. The nano light can be stored in a wader or shirt pocket for curing Loon’s UV Knot Sense or UV Wader Repair, but is also an excellent option as an economical light for tyers just getting started with using UV resins. One AAA battery included.
- UV light for curing Loon's UV resins
- Portable and durable
- Powerful enough to cure tying resins
- Uses 1 AAA battery (included)
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4.89/5 Stars out of 9 Reviews
JO (ME) | November 25th, 2020
Cures resin fast. Doesn't take up much space on the fly table and I am yet to need to replace the battery
Laura Sizemore (Georgia) | April 24th, 2020
Purchased this light for curing Loon UV resins on my flies. Small enough to not take up much space on my tying table and simple operation. The light is powerful for its size. Don't underestimate it. Looking forward to having it should I need to repair some waders as well.
Aaron (Northern Illinois) | February 10th, 2020
Great little light that you can keep in a chest pocket if you need it quickly, and it just works. If you need a UV light I highly recommend this one!
WYATT J ANDRESEN (MI) | February 1st, 2020
great for its size, cures most uv resin very well
Joe (PA) | January 13th, 2020
Decided to try some resin work and this little light has quite a bit of power and gets the job done. Easy to transport and seems like great quality.
Erik (Ca) | January 4th, 2020
Great for fly tying
Rwf (N Ga) | January 1st, 2020
Recently bought this light to try out using the resins and works great. Didn’t want to spend the $ on the bigger models so this was a good compromise.
Gary Goldsmith (Warner Robins) | February 8th, 2019
I've been using the loon UV resins for a couple years now. I have typically used a generic UV light. I never really got the resin cured hard enough. I decided on the loon branded nano light and it has been the perfect bench light. Cures resin better than anything I've tried. I use a lot of UV resin as I'm tying large salt and bass flies. Worth the money.