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September 14, 2007

LED Armband


From the website:

    LED Armband — Be Safe at Night!

    Features LED lights that flash or glow red at the push of the power switch.

    This reflective armband is perfect for sports, work or emergencies.

    Elastic strap adjusts from 11-18" for comfortable fit.

    LED-lit armband can be seen over a mile away.

    Also useful as dog collar or location marker.

    Armband is reflective with light turned off.

    Includes 150-hour replaceable batteries.

    Can be attached to belt or backpack.

    LED lights last 100,000 hours.

    Quick-release buckle.


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"Can be seen over a mile away". In dark conditions, almost certainly, but by a driver with powerful headlights - unlikely. Its refective qualities are far more likely to keep you safe than any amount of flashing LEDs. Compared to a bike light which often has several LEDs pointing the same way and is likely to be at least mostly pointed in the right direction, this stands little chance of an LED pointing the right way at the right time to be of much use.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Sep 15, 2007 3:10:47 PM

Somehow, it seems I am channeling my personal needs into bookofjoe. Today, I woke up wondering to myself how long it was going to take before a crazy driver wiped me out on my brand-spakin' shiny new black scooter.

This may extend my life span by 10-15 minutes!


Oh, and I needed a new pair or shoes yesterday, but I also discovered that I need to be able to well, ambulate in them. So those Marc Jacobs just won't do.

Posted by: FemmeFatale | Sep 14, 2007 9:52:22 AM

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