GloBox One is roughly the size of a breadbox or printer at 19” wide, 13” deep, and 8” tall.
GloBox One FAQ
Yes, it has a USB charging port for external devices like cell phones. While the cleaning cycles are very quick, so charging a device while cleaning is not the purpose, we also recognize location and demand for wall outlets for many homes is coveted. It is not recommended for devices that demand high wattage or current.
GloBox uses high powered and highly tuned LED UV-C lights which are positioned around the entire inside of the device. This provides your items with true 360 degree light exposure so that all surfaces are exposed to direct light. This provides up to 20X the cleaning power as existing solutions. The farther UVC light has to travel or reflect off surfaces, the less effective it is. That is why GloBox is the most powerful and more effective cleaning solution that you can trust.
To use GloBox One, simply place any items you want to be disinfected into the device, by default a 60-second cycle is on, but you may choose the 3-minute deep clean, then close the lid. Light indicators will show it is running, and in 60 seconds, your clean items are ready to be removed. The device will not run if the lid is open. Once complete, just open the lid and remove your clean items.
Deep clean mode is an optional setting you can use to run a 3 minute cleaning cycle. This exposes any items to 3X the cleaning power to kill even the toughest bacteria and viruses known. It can even kill mold!
To clean your GloBox, you may open the lid and wipe down the inside and surfaces.
No, GloBox needs to be plugged into an outlet to function.
GloBox uses cutting-edge lightwave technology instead of chemicals or aerosols to break down the viruses and bacteria rendering them harmless.
UV-C light is a spectrum of ultraviolet light wavelengths between 100nm and 280nm. UV light is broken down into 3 main spectrums: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. UV-A is a higher wavelength than UV-C and is often used as blacklights in entertainment. On the UV-C side of the spectrum, less of the light is visible and is used more commonly in hospital, air, and water purification cleaning applications. UV-C wavelengths are smaller optimal to penetrate viruses and bacteria to disrupt and kill their cells.
Direct UV-C light exposure is not safe for humans and should be avoided. Products on the market that have the potential to expose light to your skin are potentially dangerous such as UV wands and light towers. GloBox IS safe to use, as the device will not operate unelss the lid is closed blocking all light exposure.
GloBox does not use Bulbs. GloBox uses safer and cleaner LEDs that are used in medical devices, rather than toxic and breakable Low-Pressure Mercury Halogen Bulbs that are used in other UV-C products.
What is the difference between GloBox UV-C technology and other UV-C cleaning products that use bulbs?
Mercury Halogen Bulbs are fragile and can break, and also use toxic chemicals such as Mercury - which is why GloBox chose safer, more powerful, and longer-lasting LEDs. Bulbs used by common UV-C products are cheaper and have a shorter lifespan of a few thousand hours, whereas the GloBox LED technology can last years. We also chose the newest in LED UV-C technology similar to those used in high power medical applications.
GloBox is the most powerful home and office sanitizing device available, killing viruses and bacteria in less than 60 seconds. Because the cleaning cycle time is up to 15X faster than existing solutions, and given the long lifespan of LEDs over bulbs, the amount of uses is exponential compared to competing products. GloBox theoretically can be used millions of times.
No, GloBox cleaning technology does not require any replacement or refills. The LED technology used by GloBox can last up to 10 years or more.
Rapid replacement if proven defective, and a 3-year warranty. Just let us know your order number and reach out to us through our contact form to start the process.