ðº SAFETY CLIP LIGHT SET - Contains two safety warning clip lights, each with two button batteries, a velcro strap and a mini screwdriver for easy battery replacement
ðº EASY TO USE - The clip of the LED safety light is convenient to use in any other places such as clothes, helmets, leashes, pet collars, it can also be attached to a bicycle, arm or leg with a velcro strap
ðº WEATHER-RESISTANT AND WATERPROOF DESIGN - The high visibility clip light can be used in sunny, rainy, and snowy weather, the waterproof and durable quality is the best choice
ðº CONVENIENT TO CARRY - Lightweight and mini, a small object that is convenient to carry, which can signal the car to keep a safe distance from pedestrians, size:5.5*2.8*1.8
ðº DIFFERENT LIGHTING MODES - Three safety warning lights with different frequencies, which can be adjusted to be always on, fast flashing and slow flashing states to increase the sense of security at night
Safety lights are ideal for cyclists, runners, children walking and pets at night LED Safety Clip Set: The safety light clip, attachable to any clothing or accessory The safety clip light has 3 modes, stable, fast strobe, slow flashing, and the required frequency can be adjusted by the button
Product Details: Material: High-quality ABS material Color: Red Size: As the pictures shown
Package Including: 2 x LED Safety Light 4 x Button Batteries 2 x Velcro Strap 2 x Mini Screwdriver
After-sales Service: If you have any problem with this product, please feel free to contact us, we will offer our quality service, give you a satisfactory answer, thank you for your support!
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