What is UV technology?

A Modern Solution, in a time of Crisis: One-touch UVC Sanitization Technology

What if, at the touch of a button, you could eliminate the germs on your belongings?

We’ve made that possible with ultra-violet (UV) rays. With just the touch of a button, you can sanitize your personal items, anytime, anywhere. You must be wondering… what are UV rays?


UV rays are high energy light, produced by the sun, and even your common light bulbs and LEDs at home in low dosage.

To start, there are three types of UV rays.

UV-A has the lowest amount of energy; you’re exposed to it when you’re out in the sun. 


UV-B rays sit in the middle of the spectrum, and frequent exposure mainly contributes to sunburns.


UV-C light has the most energy and most effectively kills germs. In fact, research shows that UV-C rays can kill the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, by 99.7% in 30 seconds.


Our flagship NERO Messenger bag has a proprietary FEUVIO 360-degree UVC sanitization zone that activates by pressing a sleek button outside the bag.


As we return to work, many of us will have cellphones, laptops, notebooks, earphones, glasses, etc laid out on a public desk. We don’t need to tell you how many germs and bacteria are active on those surfaces. These germ-infested items are going straight into your bag, mixing with other products in a closed, dark, and warm environment (perfect for germs to grow!). Then you take them out elsewhere, putting essential workers, colleagues, friends, family and yourself exposed to these harmful germs.

We all know that we should sanitize our items after using them in public spaces, but its just too much work, and socially unappealing. Until now, our only option was single use disinfecting wipes to sanitize these items. 

Not anymore! With NERO you can finally discard the labor intensive, publicly awkward, wet interaction with disinfecting wipes to eliminate germs. Embrace the future with NERO and eliminate germs effortlessly with the touch of a button, anytime, anywhere.



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