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5 Pack Mini Reusable Glow Sticks

Your Price: $24.99
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Part Number:5PKMINIRGS
  • Key Chain Sized
  • Solid Resin (No Liquids or Gels)
  • Glows All Night (+10hours)
  • Never Wears Out. Never Expires.
  • Made in the USA

What is it? Mini Reusable Glow Sticks (2 1/4" x 3/8") glow as identifiers in the darkness all night long, recharge from any light source, and are reusable over and over again forever. They never wear out or degrade over the years. Attaches to easily to things you want to find in the dark like key, zipper pulls, etc.

How Do They Work?
Inside each reusable glow stick are enhanced glow in the dark crystals. These crystals absorb any light to charge, glow in the dark all night long (+12hours) and never expire. They are non-toxic, non-radioactive, and contain no liquids or gels. Watch Video to find out what's inside the Tooblites ( (29 second video)

How Fast Do They Charge?
1 minute of direct sunlight
5 - 10 minutes of ambient light
1 - 10 seconds with a flashlight 
The more "intense" the light source = faster charge time

How Bright Are They? 
All of our glow sticks are designed to be markers/beacons/locators in the dark. Attach them to items you need to easily access in the dark. They are not designed to illuminate space.

How to Make Glow Sticks Brighter:If you need them to illuminate space just "super charge" them with flashlight (see YouTube video: second video)

What's the Difference in Glow Sticks? Watch YouTube Video- ( second video)

Suggested Uses: Attach to items you need to find in the dark such as: kids, keys, flashlights, backpacks, gear, fire starters, etc.

5 Stars
I used these for stocking stuffers, everyone loved them! They're so cute, I can't believe their handmade
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Reviewed by:  from TX. on 2/21/2018
5 Stars
A must have
I use these on all keys and pack zippers they are small but mighty and put out lots of light.
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Reviewed by:  from Wyoming. on 2/1/2019

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