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Red Light up Neon Glasses LED Sunglasses Glow in the Dark

$20.00 $13.00

AWESOME COSTUME. The Glow LED Glass Costume includes 1 piece of Light up EL Wire Neon Rave Glasses. The LED Glasses work with a battery pack attached by wire ( NOT CORDLESS ). The battery pack and glasses are connected by a suitable length of wire. You can easily hide the pack in your pocket, clothing or chip in belt by the clip of the pack.
REAL FUNCTION. Our glow in the dark glasses are suitable for kids and adults, it can be applied in neon parties, birthdays, weddings, halloween, new years eve party, outdoor concerts, bars, camping and carnivals, etc. Single-button design. Press the button on the battery pack to change the light of neon glasses. 4 light modes for choice: Steady Glow / Slow Blinking / Flashing / Switch Off.
ENDLESS FUN. These Glow in the Dark Rave Glasses are a great accessory for Halloween party favors, EDM Show, rave festival party, dark party, light show, holiday party and more! It’s the best decoration item for various festivals and parties. when you wear these glow glasses, its flashing light will make you cool!
PREMIUM QUALITY. These Fancy Light Up Glasses Shades are made of environmentally friendly sturdy high-quality PC plastic without fear of being easily damaged after falling. Safe, non-toxic, and premium quality. The LED shutter glasses do not block off the vision, No glare, no UV radiation, No effect on vision.

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