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Light Up the Party
Black knit gloves with white fingertips have a secret: Multicolored LEDs in each fingertip. Remove the protective tab from the battery compartment in the wrist band and press it to activate, then press again to change between six modes: Multi-color flash; color-change; continuous on; red blink; green blink; and blue blink. (The battery compartment is under the lining and protected with a velcro closure.)
While these gloves will keep your hands warm, and the continuous-on mode will provide useful illumination, Glovin' It was not designed to be a practical lighting source. They're awesome for parties and raves, though! Imagine your hands tracing lines of multicolored light while you dance.
"One size fits most" adult hands. They're stretchy, but they're on the small side, so don't order these if you have larger-than-average hands. Not intended for children under 12. Two CR2016 coin cell batteries are included.
Non-US customers please note: International postal agreements allow us to ship products with batteries installed to all countries except Germany and Italy. If you want these shipped to Germany or Italy, we have to remove the batteries.
Are you curious?
Contemporary rave culture, with light shows and techno music, started in Chicago-area acid parties in the mid- to late-1980s. Soho Beatniks were the first group to use the term "rave" in the 1950s; Buddy Holly's 1958 hit "Rave On" took it mainstream. The word became associated with psychedelia in the 1960s (of course), then fell out of general use after the hippie era drew to a close in the 1970s.