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Glow Cone Gen. 3: A UV-LED Flashlight with Glow Cone PLUS a White Light LED Flashlight
$24.95
A combination UV flashlight with flexible, black, light-confining, Glow Cone integrated with a white light flashlight. This white light flashlight plus UV light combination is the perfect light for playing disc golf at night using glow-in-the-dark discs or glow-in-the-dark tape on your golf discs.


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Glow Cone Gen. 2, UV Flashlight with Glow Cone (no white light flashlight); Only 1 available.
$14.95
Gen. 2 Glow Cone, UV flashlight with Glow Cone (Only UV light, no white light flashlight).

Disc Golf Glow Cone Gen. 2; UV Light
The Glow Cone Gen. 2 features a UV LED light inside the Glow Cone for fast charging of glow discs and glow-in-the-dark tape.

Disc Golf Glow Cone Gen. 3; UV Light PLUS White Flashlight
The Glow Cone Gen. 3 features a UV light bar inside the Glow Cone for fast charging of glow discs and glow-in-the-dark tape. The Glow Cone also has a white light flashlight to illuminate your path to allow easy navigation while walking around the disc golf course at night. Click to watch Gen. 3 demonstration video.


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Disc Golf Glow Cone
For both glow discs and glow tape, the disc golf Glow Cone is the best way to charge your disc for nighttime glow disc golf. The Glow Cone is designed to concentrate UV light to saturate the disc surface and provide a fast charge. The Glow Cone contains the light reflecting off the charging disc and stops the bright, reflected light from hitting your eyes.

UV Light For Optimal Glow Charging
The Glow Cone uses UV light (black light) which has the best wavelength to use for energizing glow discs and glow-in-the-dark tape.

Glow Cone 3 Second Charge
The confined light inside the Glow Cone creates a light saturation area which can charge the glow disc in as little as 3 seconds.

Glow Cone Prevents Night Sight Readjustment
A bright light from a flashlight reflecting off a charging disc will flood your eyes with light causing pupils to constrict. The result is that after a flashlight is turned off, it takes a while for your eyes to readjust to the darkness. The Glow Cone solves this problem. The opaque walls of the Glow Cone will keep the light reflecting off of the charging disc from escaping. Since there is no escaping light, your eyes do not get hit with a bright light and there will be no darkness readjustment time needed for your night time vision.

Red Lens Hack For Glow Cone Flashlight
Instead of using a white flashlight, some people like to use a red light for walking around the night time disc golf course. Red light is less disruptive to night adjusted vision. There is a fast, red lens hack to temporarily convert the white flashlight of the Glow Cone to project a red beam. Click the "Red Lens For White Flashlight Hack" link to watch the video.

Glow Cone Uses Standard AA Batteries
The Glow Cone uses standard AA batteries to power the high intensity UV LED light.

Glow Cone Created With Durable, Compressible Materials
The cone and barrel of the Glow Cone is created using high durability, black, light blocking nylon and is easily compressed to fit inside your disc bag for easy storage.

Glow Cone Gen. 2 Features
  • UV (black-light) LED light contained inside the black, flexible, cloth Glow Cone
  • Glow Cone concentrates UV light and inhibits reflected light from hitting users eyes.
  • Uses standard, AA batteries.
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    Glow Cone Gen. 3 Features
  • UV (black-light) LED light bar contained inside the black, flexible, cloth Glow Cone
  • Glow Cone concentrates UV light and inhibits reflected light from hitting users eyes.
  • Has white light LED flashlight for lighting your way while walking through the course at night.
  • Has adjustable stand with magnetic base.
  • Uses standard, AA batteries.
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