36 watt Tunnel UV Gel Lamp

Our 36 watt Tunnel UV Gel Lamp features an aluminum reflector base that is acetone resistant for long wear and great looks. The bottom plate of this UV lamp slides out making cleaning and UV bulb replacement a breeze. Lamp includes 4 x 9 watt bulbs. Start Button, constant on, 90 and 120 second timer.

36 watt Tunnel UV Gel Lamp

36 watt Tunnel UV Gel Lamp

Nailite’s new top industry performance 36 watt Tunnel UV Gel lamp has many upgrades from the previous generation of UV lamps. New features include a 3 piece aluminum reflector that is acetone resistant, easy to clean and a snap to maintain. Aluminum allows for faster heat dispersion resulting in a lower temperature within the lamp itself, providing more comfort for the client.

The bottom reflector of this new UV gel lamp slides out to make hand placement, cleaning and UV bulb replacement very quick and easy. The bottom plate can additionally be removed for curing gel toes by simply sliding the plate out.

This exciting, new UV gel lamp also features a start button mounted on top of the lamp so the lamp can be used from any seated position with ease.

Our top of the line, new  UV gel lamp features constant on, 90 second and 120 second timers along with a convenient on/off power switch. 36 watt Tunnel UV Gel Lamp also includes 4 x 9 watt high intensity UV bulbs.

4 comments for “36 watt Tunnel UV Gel Lamp

  1. Jessey
    February 22, 2010 at 1:30 am

    I bought a nailite 9 watt uv lamp about 2.5 years ago. It is great. I have never had a problem with it. I am getting ready to purchase a 36 watt lamp and the new one they have looks good.

  2. February 22, 2010 at 6:29 pm

    The new lamp is really great. I love the tray that slides out so you can place the lamp over the feet to cure toes as well. It also has the 2 timers…so easy to use.

  3. Debs
    March 25, 2010 at 4:49 am


    Can’t wait to get this new light! I do have a question about the gels; what is the difference between the “colored gel polish” and the “soak-off colored gels”?? I have most of the soak-off gels, but I have never bought the colored gel polish. Also, I have had a little trouble with some of the soak-off colored gels becoming matte or NON-shiny after I remove the tacky residue at the end? I use 99% alcohol w/a cotton 2×2. Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated.

  4. March 25, 2010 at 8:29 pm

    The new 9 Watt lamp is really nice. The only difference is that one soaks off and one does not. If you are not getting a high shine, you may need to change your bulbs. This is what I would do first. If you email me your exact steps, I will be able to give you more information.

    Lisa 🙂

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