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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #175264

For Sale: New RED LED ZIPLIGHTS are zipping off my shelf! Try one and you'll love it!

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These have been doing amazingly well. People who have gotten them email me back and say that it is a neat product. What are you waiting for? Are you tired of the same old red lights? Don't like the feeling of a big flashlight hanging from a rope around your neck? My new Ziplight puts a new twist on an old concept. Using a unique reel that can be clipped onto any clothing (or flat surface)the bright red ziplight can be pulled out up to 30" from the main unit on it's high tensil strength cord. Once done simply let go of the light and it will retract back to the button reel. Each reel is rated for over 10,000 pulls! The main body is constructed of brass and has a highly durable chromed finish. Each light uses 3 watch size batteries and lasts up to 20 hours under normal conditions. Don't let the small size fool you. It's extremely bright for a small package. Brighter than most 2-4 LED lights out there. Get a Ziplight and see for yourself, especially in the dark!

Special AstroMart pricing of $20.00 or 2 for $35.00

AstroPro Accepts Paypal, MO, and no waiting check orders. See website for ordering information or Paypal shopping carts.

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