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1,000-megawatt ultraviolet ray light? Umm... that's a serious power for the price.
Does it come with free nuclear power plant?
HAHA yeah was thinking the same! They probably wanted to sound sophisticated and ended up mistyping 1000 milliwatt but oh well
Can you imagine the sunburn you'd get from this?
And this, boys and girls (and nonbinaries), is why capitalization in SI units matters! (The specs are correct @ 1000 mW.) Otherwise that'd be one helluva battery that comes with this thing.
UV light generally use for identify blood and other biochemical substance, also good for currency/Identify validating.