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Per package there are 2 lights including magnets. So if you order 2 packages you will have a total of 4 Ahtlight lights.
See also the review in the December 2016 magazine RunnersWorld Magazine at the bottom of the page.
Staying seen is key to preventing an accident. The compact but powerful LED lights contained in Ath Lights keep you visible at night from up to 600 feet (180 meters) away. Ath Lights have alternating red-white-red LEDs that can alert approaching motorists that you're nearby.
Ath Lights are the smallest lights for runners or bikers currently on the market. Their small size and 1/3 oz. weight allow you to wear them without feeling them during training, unlike bulky competing products. They are not just small; they are also durable. Made from extremely durable materials, the metal housing is crush resistant. There is no glass or plastic to break, and the LEDs resist both sweat and rain.
Most athletic clothing is tight fitting and slick. This means that most competitor's products, which use a clip to attach to the edges of clothing, slip off. Ath Lights magnetic grip can not only handle the forces you produce while training, but allows you to put them anywhere on your clothes. Ath Lights will stick anywhere a magnet does. Place them on the back of your bike for added visibility, or stick them on the fridge for easy storage between workouts.
Each Ath Lights light comes with two 927 button-cell batteries, like one you might find in a watch. They typically last about 40 hours before they need to be replaced. You can find new batteries anywhere coin-cell or button-cell batteries are sold. Battery replacement is easy - check the diagram to the right. Your Ath Lights LEDs will last for tens or thousands of hours.
The Athlights can also be used for:
- Taking your pet for a walk
- Children trick-or-treating on Halloween
- Kids waiting at a bus stop in the early morning
- Walking home from the office downtown at night
- Costume accessories
- A temporary marker on your mailbox for house party guests
See also the review in the December 2016 magazine RunnersWorld Magazine :