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Nite Ize LED Clip-On Marker

Nite Ize LED Clip-On Marker

Description

The Nite Ize LED Clip-On Marker features a durable plastic clip that easily attaches and detaches while creating a bright red LED illumination.

Features

  • Ecologically responsible alternative to disposable chemical glow sticks
  • Decorated with a reflective pattern for extra visibility
  • Lightweight, thin, and weather-resistant
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$11.99
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$10.39
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With a durable plastic clip that's easy to attach, remove, and reattach, our new, streamlined LED Clip-On Marker has as many uses as there are rings, loops and buckles in the world.

Here's a handy way to create flexible, two-sided illumination almost anywhere, over and over and over again. An ecologically responsible alternative to disposable chemical glow sticks, the Nite Ize LED Clip-On Marker is a flexible polymer strip encased in lightweight, durable nylon fabric. Decorated with a reflective pattern for extra visibility, the Clip-On Marker is illuminated on both sides by an efficient (over 100,000 hour) LED and powered by a 2032 replaceable battery (included). Lightweight, thin, and weather-resistant, its sturdy plastic S-Biner Clip can be attached to almost anything with a hook or ring - from zippers and tent lines to belt loops and bicycle seats. It has a S-Biner double gated carabiner clip on the opposite end, too, so you can also clip it to itself and create a loop of light to wear on your wrist, or wrap around anything up to 3" in diameter. The bright red LED has two modes to choose from - steady glow or continuous flash. Perfect for creating safety visibility in any situation - every glove box should have one!

  • Bright Red LED Illumination - Glow or Flash
  • Lightweight, flexible design
  • Passive High Visibility Reflective Pattern
  • Easily replaceable 1 x 2032 3V lithium battery included
  • 100 hour battery life
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Nite Ize LED Clip-On Marker NAMW-03 LED clip-on marker
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