【7-color Glow Bow Tie】7 colors luminous light Bow Tie, and 5 different glowing mode, can catch all eyes on you anywhere. Just press the button on the battery to choose your favorite color & mode at any time.
【Super Bright BowTie】This high technology LED light up Bow Tie is perfect for Christmas, Halloween, Costume Parties, Masquerades, Mardi Gras, Rave Festivals, Carnivals, and more.
【Rechargeable Battery】Comes with a rechargeable battery and a USB cable, Easily charge like your phone. USB charging for 1 hours will keep the light working for about 3 hours. (Working period differs by different light up mode)
【Humanized Design】Super wide and comfortable elastic straps can be adjusted to fit, comfortable for wearing! Won't heat up, FCC CE RoHS Certification.
【Clean and Maintenance】You can scrub with a wet towel (Please do not knead and twist ). Keep the battery away from water. Hand wash ONLY, hang dry in ventilated place, please do not use a dryer or iron.
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