Halloween Safety lights will keep your kids safe! Excited kids running around in the dark on Halloween wearing masks can be a recipe for disaster. Give your Trick or Treater, and yourself, added protection when crossing the roads with these safety lights and reflectors.
Safety lights can be clipped to the back of a costume (so the effect of being Batman isn’t ruined), worn as a necklace, or wrapped around arms or legs. Reflectors can be attached to the costume. Glow in the dark Shoe Laces will show people where the kids are. There are even lights for trick or treating pets!
Since these lights are worn, hands are free to hold trick or treat bags and ring doorbells.
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Keep safe this Halloween! Wear a safety light!
Why Safety Lights?
Our normally quiet neighborhood actually has traffic jams on Halloween.
People bring their kids from other places to Trick or Treat our houses. We get loads of kids, and loads of cars… even mini-buses.
The worst are the cars that follow their kids down the street (why don’t the parents get out and walk??)
All this extra traffic means I want my kids to be SEEN!
Safety Lights are the Key
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Clip on Signal Lights-
Work in Continuous or Strobe Mode
This clip-on light will make your child to see while out trick or treating.
Clip this Light onto a Belt or Bag… Easy to Clip on and Off
Light Up Necklace
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Reflective Tape Can Save Lives on Halloween
Strap in around wrists or ankles… or run some down the back of a costume.
It would be super easy to incorporate the power reflectors into a costume!
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Light Up Your Stroller!
Make sure your stroller can be seen…. this is important ANY time you take a walk in dim light or darkness!
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Safety Light for Your Dogs
If your doggie Trick or Treats too… or if you just walk after dark…. light him up! You can also clip these lights onto belt loops or kid’s back packs.
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Great Tips to Insure that Your Child’s Costume is Safe
Keep your kids safe on Halloween. Excitement makes kids forget safety. In our neighborhood, there are more cars on the road Halloween Night, than any other night of the year. Add to that, many of the cars are driven by strangers to the area who may not know their way around, or they are following the progress of their child on the sidewalk. They are looking every which way but straight ahead.
Avoid disaster…. make sure your child is wearing a safe costume. One that is visible to others… and one where they can see danger around them.
Follow the link to read some great tips on picking out a costume that is safe to wear.
Get Your Safety Lights Ready- You don’t want to be scrambling to find the safety lights you need while your kids are heading out for Trick or Treats!
Teach Kids Safety Rules BEFORE Sending them Out for Trick or Treats
Establish Rules in Advance