Zackees LED Turn Signal Gloves

Mar 10, 2015

Category: Gear

When you’re on your bicycle, sticking a left arm out to signal your intentions for the upcoming intersection does you absolutely no good at 10pm. Cycling becomes so much more dangerous at night, and we’ve found something to take some of that danger out of the equation.

Zackees LED Turn Signal Gloves feature bright lights (54 lumens) in each glove, letting traffic behind you know which way you’re going to turn when you press the contact plates on your thumb and index finger together. The LEDs are powered by rechargeable coincells that are said to last three weeks with regular use, traveling 30 minutes each way. The gloves are also designed with high quality textiles and a waterproof coating that allow them to be machine washed. [Purchase]

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