These Knuckle Lights are the crowned jewels you need to complete your jogging gear. These lights are comfortable to wear and they won’t die on you easily. They light up your path and scare away the darkness when you jog or go for a walk.
Grab and set out
Running is a great way to improve your aerobic fitness and cardiovascular health. It also helps you burn calories and build your strength. Most runners can testify to the physical and mental health benefits of running, as it is truly therapeutic.
Although it is a fun and pleasant activity, sometimes it can be quite terrifying. Why? Well, runners tend to run very early in the morning or late in the day. These are periods when visibility is not so great and unexpected things happen in the dark. Monsters might be lurking, yes and portals in the shadows may lead to the underworld or somewhere unpleasant. With the Knuckle Lights, you don’t need to fear the darkness any more. Just change into your jogging wear, slip these lights on, and get running.
Light up the dark
These Knuckle Lights provide enough visibility to light your path and be seen by traffic. You will be seen from a distance by bikers, drivers, pedestrians, pets, and supernaturals! So you can safely delight in your outdoor activities without having to worry about being hit by a vehicle or tripping over objects in the dark.
These bad boys have wide flood beams that illuminate the path in front of you. The light is so smooth it does not bounce even when your arms move. As such, it is ideal for running and taking a walk at night.
Each set of Knuckle Lights consists of two units which ideally should be worn on both hands. Weighing less than 3 ounces, each unit is lightweight and almost unnoticeable. They are held comfortably on your hands with soft silicone straps. These straps are easily adjustable to fit any hand size.
Also, each unit operates on two AAA batteries and emits a powerful 150 lumens of light. The batteries last for several months with typical use. They will stand the test of time and also survive the harshest weather conditions.