The UviCube has been one of the most useful devices in our household. It eliminates 99.9% of harmful bacteria with UV light. Hubby and I can be quite the germaphobes. I am indeed that mom at Target wiping down the cart. (I can't help myself). Anyone that has ever had a sick child knows how terrible it is and a product that can help protect my children from germs is a product high on my list.
Toddlers can be quite messy and love touching everything. Before the UviCube entered our lives, I felt like we were constantly setting things aside to be sanitized and it became such a chore. Not only does the UviCube sterilize baby products and toys, it also does remotes, cell phones and other items without using moisture or heat. The same exact process of UV sterilization is used in hospitals and laboratories too.
During my first pregnancy, I remember how much of a pain it was to boil bottles and pacifiers. It was very time consuming. Now, we are expecting our second child and being able to throw the new baby's bottles into the UviCube has been SO extremely helpful and something I couldn't live without.
I thought about creating a pros and cons list, but honestly had a hard time thinking of any cons. Sure, it's large. But as you can see above, it fit right in the little nook of our kitchen just fine. I wouldn't want it to be any smaller because I love how many items I can sanitize at once. Besides, it is no different than having a microwave or toaster oven on your counter. I choose to keep it in my kitchen because we use it everyday, but it does the same bacteria killing job no matter where you choose to keep it. I highly recommend the UviCube to any expecting mothers, current mamas, and of course, the tech savvy mom because this is technology at it's finest.