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Fhoss Fi Armband

Fhoss Fi Armband

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Designed with comfort in mind, the Fi Armband is made from lightweight nylon and is soft, durable and comfortable for adults, children and pets. The one size fits all band simply wraps around the wrist, arm or ankle.

Code: 650050000

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£4.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£5.99 inc. VAT
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Fhoss Fi Armband

The Fhoss Fi Armband has been developed to provide 360 degree, enhanced visibility in areas of low light & darkness. Perfect for work or leisure activities such as cycling, running, walking and skating, the 100 hour replacement battery provides illumination that does not rely on an external light source to reflect light ensuring maximum visibility at all times. The 100,000 hour LED lit strip ensures greater safety for you, your children or your pet from negligent and distracted motorists as well as a bright and funky fashion accessory.

 

Designed with comfort in mind, the FiArmband is made from lightweight nylon and is soft, durable and comfortable for adults, children and pets. The one size fits all band simply wraps around the wrist, arm or ankle.

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