Stay safe and stay seen every time you go for a run with the LightBender. This Nathan™ armband is lightweight and comfortable, allowing you to keep a quick pace without inhibiting your movement. Choose between blinking or steady lights so you're seen in the Nathan™ LightBender. Waterproof and sweat proof, the LightBender lets you run in all conditions and an easily-replaceable watch battery provides more than 100 hours of use.
- Comfortable armband fights chafing and discomfort
- Lightweight technology won't slow you down
- Multiple settings let you choose between blinking or steady lights to keep you seen in all conditions
- Waterproof and sweat proof so you can run in all conditions and climates
- Uses an easily-replaceable watch battery to power up for more than 100+ hours of use
- LED band wraps around your arm, providing 360 degrees of visibility
- Style: 5073N
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 24272926
Rated 2 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Andy371 Rigid and not very flexible around arm Although its a great idea and concept the light bender does not bend very much and is more rigid than i would like it to be. It slides up and down my arm because if i wrap it too tightly it cuts off circulation to the rest of my arm. Excellent reflection and lighting. Does also have a tendency to come undone by snapping back at the little hinge like connection between the velcro strap and "bending" light. October 2, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by MCHSXCDAD Safety is a Must - Cross Country Have a college son that does evening runs after classes. The back roads get pretty dark and even reflective clothing isn't always the answer. He has worn it several times in the past two weeks and says it works really well. The flasher can be seen from a long way off. The arm band isn't as flexible as he would like but the velcro strap holds it fairly tight on the upper arm. A must for any runner doing night time workouts. The package info says the watch battery will last up to 100 hours...will have to see if they are correct. September 2, 2014
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