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Be Seen. Be Safe
Runners, bicyclists, and anybody who works outdoors in darkness or twilight will appreciate the lightweight black mesh vest made of reflective Scotchlite (TM). Flexible polymer strips on the front and back can be set to glow steadily or flash. One size fits most (except for small children). An adjustable elastic hook and loop at the waist lets you slip the LED Sport Vest on and off easily without sacrificing a nice snug fit. The front and back strips each have their own power and mode buttons. The whole thing is powered by two easily replaced CR-2032 coin cell batteries (included).
Non-US customers: The USPS prohibits international shipping of lithium batteries unless they are installed in products. To comply with that requirement, we have to install the batteries that normally ship with this vest. Customers outside of the US, including US military addresses (APO, FPO, DPO), will receive opened packages. Furthermore, some countries will not accept any packages containing batteries; customers in Germany and Italy will receive the vest with no batteries. See our Shipping page for further information.
Are you curious...?
In the early 1900s a Russian radio technician named Oleg Vladimirovich Losev noticed something weird: the diodes in his radios were throwing off light, but not heat. Losev published a paper on his findings in 1927 and filed a patent for a "light relay device" to be used in communications. He continued working on LEDs until his untimely death in 1942 at the tender age of 39. Oh, and one unpublished paper suggests that Losev might have also invented the transistor as a byproduct. Losev wasn't credited with invention LEDs until the 2000s.