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LED Running Belt - Light Up Your Nighttime Runs with Reflective LED Waistband for Running, Cycling

$23.00 $20.00


🔋 USB RECHARGEABLE - Our running belt comes with a rechargeable Micro USB battery (including USB charging cable) that offers 5-8 hours of usage on a single charge. With just a push of a button, you can effortlessly switch between quick flash, slow flash and steady glow modes.
💡HIGH VISIBILITY ILLUMINATION - Featuring bright LED lights, this belt ensures ultra-high visibility during dusk and nighttime activities, keeping you safe and visible.
💪 ONE SIZE FITS ALL - With a length of 39 inches (100 cm) and strong, flexible elastic bands, this led waistband comfortably fits waist sizes of all shapes and sizes, making it a versatile, unisex athletic gear suitable for both adults and kids.
🔦LIGHTWEIGHT& WATER RESISTANT - Our running waistband features a lightweight rechargeable battery, which is a more convenient alternative to traditional AA batteries, and won't add extra weight when worn. It performs seamlessly even in harsh environments such as rain, snow, and other inclement weather.
💬AFTER SALE SERVICE - Made with only the highest-quality materials and rigorously tested to meet global standards, this product is built to last. In the unlikely event that you encounter any issues, our dedicated customer support team is available 24/7 to assist you, ensuring your satisfaction with your purchase.




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