When keeping my glow lures glowing, discovered, when trying out various UV flashlights and home made UV charging options, (3700 boxes, various tube versions) that I did not like them because they were either awkward to hold or had me going back to my tackle box to use them. Not convenient. So here is my latest option: I wanted something light weight, and usable with one hand (as I now like to have a hand available when it is a bit rough.) Had to be very bright, as I am not very patient when wanting to get my lure in the water. For decades I have used this kind of belt with pockets. Love that wet things in the pockets don't get me wet. Very handy: My new UV'r - Loc's UV'r - LUVR, folds up into one pocket: When I want to recharge, one finger switches the battery on, the the folded array of 336 LED's comes out, unfolding on its own: The light strips are 8", Just right for most of our glow flat falls and more traditional PL68's and JRI8's: Then I just close my hand, and the array covers the jig: About 10 seconds gives me: While doing the prototype many errors and ideas came up. Version 2 will be far better. Suggestions welcome. I suspect some are thinking this device should be taken out to VERY deep water and tossed in to see if it floats. It is true that there is very little data to support that a good glow charge is a good thing, except maybe that many strikes occur on the fall - when the charge ought to be stronger. Suspect there are many tangents on which this thread might be taken. Also, I am ready to be brutalized.