3 Best UV Sanitizing Wands to Use in 2021

Thanks to the global pandemic, it’s now imperative to keep our surrounding spaces and surfaces, not only clean but better sterilized. And UV sanitizing wands are your best arsenal in this contentious battle, with their easy and effective power of killing germs, bacteria, and viruses alike. Here are a few top picks to choose from.

Suncatcher UV Sanitizing Wand

Removing the big and bulky feeling of old sanitizing wands, the Suncatcher UV wand comes in a professional compact style. The sleek portable wand is also ideal for carrying. This is also a great budget choice to kill up 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, germs, and allergens from the spaces and surfaces of your household. The Suncatcher UV is an FDA and EPA registered sanitizing wand also with the assurance of CE and FCC approval, making it a truly classified quality piece. Instead of the rechargeable ones, this wand is fully battery-operated. But, the charge remains for a long time before the batteries need changing.

59S UV Light Sanitizer Wand

This one is a premium pick with its ideal portable size and automatic turn-off feature. The fold-over portion hiding the LED lights from plain view, has made it slicker. The 59S is also lightweight making it more travel-friendly. While the automated shut-off function is a great handy feature, the entire wand is made of durable materials perfect for mundane use. Also, the wand comes with a one-button child lock feature to keep it safe from the little hands. Unlike its peers in the market, this quick use gadget simply needs to be swiped over five times to clean up 99.9% of germs from any surface.

Feeke UV Light Sanitizer Wand

Your search for a smaller and compact UV sanitizer wand can end here. With a portable and lightweight design, the Feeke UV wand is a great sleek and chic option to carry around. The quick disinfect function of the wand is able to effectively eradicate viruses and bacteria from any surface by simply swiping across it. There is no automatic shut-off feature in the wand, but the batteries are rechargeable, conveniently ruling out the possibility of accidental power finishing.

Travis Scott’s New ‘Snakeskin’ Nike Sneakers & Modified Lamborghini

While 2020 might have been harsh for some, it’s been a blessed year for Travis Scott. The Houston artist had collaborations with fast-food chain McDonald’s, the sportswear giant Nike, and the massive multiplayer video game Fortnite. He also released chart-topping singles and co-produced the soundtrack for the film Tenet by Christopher Nolan, starred Matthew M. William’s debut collection for Givenchy, alongside partner Kylie Jenner. It seems like things are going well for Travis.

Travis Scott PortraitJacques Webster, who’s known professionally as Travis Scott celebrated his bumper year with a double flex worthy of the gods: a pair of archival Supreme x Nike sneakers and a highly customized Lamborghini Urus.

Travis Scott’s New Sneakers

They are Supreme x Nike SB Blazers from 2006, and they feature a quilted texture, a snakeskin effect Nike ‘swoosh,’ and a golden swing tag beautifying the heel. Anything that Supreme attracts hype and the high price tag, and these 14-year old sneakers are surely no exception: some sizes cost over $2,000.

Travis Scott’s Urus

Travis Scott & his modified Lamborghini It’s all about collaborations with Travis Scott, and the Urus model by Lamborghini is no different. First modified by Mansory in Germany, he also took his $400,000 Italian SUV to West Coast Customs, a famous Californian garage. They have spruced up the car in Scott’s favorite color, mocha brown. It’s a color scheme in which he painted all his vehicles, including his Mercedes Maybach G650, Range Rover, and Lamborghini Aventador. Mansory is known for its love of carbon fiber and outlandish modifications. There, he chose the ‘Venatus Evo’ customization package, which cost an additional $556,800 on top of the already pricey Urus. It seems, though, that this is not enough for the famous rapper.

The black carbon fiber and white rims that contrast with the brown bring to mind Scott’s collaborative Nike Air Jordan 1s, which also cost $2,000.

Scott is currently working on his upcoming fourth studio album Utopia, which is due for 2021. He recently released two singles from the album, Franchise, featuring Young Thug and M.I.A., and Highest in the Room.