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Flashlight Magic Strap Fingerless Gloves $16.99 (Was $23.99) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Reborn-AU via Amazon AU


When she says a head lamp isn't sexy but you still want to see whats what in the dark.

  • LED Flashlight Multipurpose Glove for Repairing and Working in Darkness Places, Fishing, Camping, Hiking
  • Easy turn on and off, Power by 2 button batteries
  • It's Handy when no one is there to hold the light for you in the darkness
  • Easily to operate by open on-off and use screwdriver to replace battery
  • Comfortable dress sense is due to the lightweight and flexible fabric material
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  • +7

    Shamone !!!

  • +18

    As a gynaecologist I can see this revolutionising my work.

    • Let me guess, you go by the name "Barry McKockner"?.
      But it definitely would streamline your profession.

    • +4

      Or a proctologist - particularly given the expression of putting things โ€œwhere the sun doesnโ€™t shineโ€.

      • +1

        My joke but better.

    • +3

      Although expired you may also be interested in…

      Portable Sports Neck Hanging Fan

  • +5

    Ebay has similar gloves (Exact same images) for $8.90 including shipping from China (If you don't care about speed),

    (Make sure you choose style 3)


  • Waiting for someone to put a flash light in a face mask

  • +7

    Read it as 'fleshlight' and now I'm disappointed.

    • ๐Ÿ’ป๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿพ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ˜ด๐Ÿ‘Œ

      • +2

        We don't do that here.

  • +1

    Feel like Gob would of used these

  • You can get these at cheapest chips for $4 each currently.

  • "It's Handy..".. I see what you did there.

  • It uses button batteries, a deal breaker for me.

  • if just button batteries, how long would it last if use non-stop???

    • How long do you need ๐Ÿ˜

      • at least 12 hours…

        • Do you stop for smoko and lunch??

          • @vash5: does it matter??? at least you know it comes in handy when spelunking

  • +1

    Reminiscent of the hilariously stupid 24th century wristlights in Star Trek Voyager.

    • Looks like it

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