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Light Up Bow Tie for Men 2 Pieces Neon Bowties Red and Green El Wire Bowtie

$37.00 $29.00

Shiny embellishments: If you're wearing a suit for a late-night party or a stand-up evening talk show, you should definitely choose this light up bow tie, which gives off enough light to stand out from the crowd
Quality bow tie: our neon bowties are made of quality EL wire, not easy to abrasion, bringing you a wonderful visual effect and longer luminous time at night, ensure your long-term use
For all types of people: this LED bowtie is adjustable, whether men or women, adults or children can wear it, you can clip this wonderful bow tie on your white shirt for a variety of occasions
Easy to use: press the button to change modes, on, slow flash, fast flash, off, and we provide the EL wire bowtie and battery case are connected by wire, you need to carry the battery case in the process of wearing, you can easily hide the controller in the pocket, clothes or belt through the controller clip
What you will get: the package includes 2 pieces of glow in the dark LED bowties in red and fluorescent green colors, which are definitely attractive colors and can make you stand out in a crowd, you can also use one and share the other with your friends

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