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Package Includes: Each polybag contains one (1) pair of LED Light Up Skeleton Gloves with light up fingertips. Each glove is installed with replaceable 2 x CR2016 batteries.
Features: Each fingertip of the LED Light Up Skeleton Gloves features 15 LEDs. These are stretchy, comfortable, safe, and one size will fit most.
Six Flashing Modes: Press the on/off button inside the wrist to activate the glove. Glow in the Dark Gloves have 6 modes available: fast multicolor blink, morphing, constant multicolor, fast blinking blue, fast blinking red, and fast blinking green.
Party Favors: RAVES, CLUBS, and FESTIVALS! Grab these Glow Gloves and get your night started as these will add to your unique outfit and glow you up!
Also for Kids: Not only are they perfect for parties, but also Gloves for Kids! These will have your kids entertained, and can be used for birthday parties or party favors.
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