Amazon Ultraviolet Filter Amazon has unveiled a new UV filter that can be used to filter out UV light from an Amazon Echo device, which has been criticized for its low-energy solar power.
The product is named the Ultraviolet Light Amazon (UWA) UV-Filter.
It uses a patented UV-reactive material that absorbs UV rays.
The UWA UV-filter can absorb up to 400 times the energy of standard filters.
Amazon said the UWA filter is the first of its kind to offer an energy-efficient UV-blocking filter.
“Ultraviolet light is responsible for millions of premature deaths every year in the U.S.,” the company said in a statement.
“As an avid outdoorsman, I believe that every American should be able to enjoy the outdoors as a natural and enjoyable experience.”
The product’s pricing is $59.99 for a 30-day subscription or $69.99 a year.
According to Amazon, the UVA-filter was developed to provide protection against UV-trapping materials such as metal, glass, ceramics, and paper.
The Amazon product has been available for a little more than a year now.
It’s not the first UV-protective product Amazon has launched.
In May, the company unveiled the company’s new UV3-Solar Reflective Coat.
It can protect against solar radiation, as well as ultraviolet rays.
Amazon’s Ultraviolet Filters are available in the US, Australia, New Zealand, and China.