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Nite Ize SlapLit LED Slap Wrap - Red

Nite Ize SlapLit LED Slap Wrap - Red
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SlapLit™ LED Slap Wrap - Red

Oh Slap! The sleek design of the SlapLit just made it even more fun, functional, and fantastic. Safety has never been so fun - stay visible with the entertaining and easy to use, bright LED SlapLit.

Remember slap bracelets, from when you were a kid? The SlapLit features that same "slap it to snap it" technology with an added dimension of LED illuminating functionality. Made of durable nylon patterned with a reflective spider web design, the SlapLit is powered by a bright red, easy-to-activate LED that lights up the entire wrap. Turn it on, slap it on your wrist, upper arm, or ankle (or any tubular-shaped object, for that matter), and you've got instant nighttime visibility. Lightweight and durable, the SlapLit is perfect for after-dark lawn games; running, walking, or cycling at night; and outdoor evening concerts and events. Use and reuse countless times - the SlapLit can be straightened with a simple twist of the thumb and stored flat, or used as an LED marker beacon.

Features:
  • Sleek, seamless design
  • Bright red LED for active illumination -glow and flash modes
  • Passive high visibility reflective pattern
  • Easily replaceable 1 x 2032 3V lithium coin cell included
  • Battery run time: 100 hours
  • Dimensions: 13.8" x 1.4" x 0.3" | 349mm x 34mm x 8mm
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