Form, fit and function collide in the LED Light Glove, patented by Arizona innovator LEDLife.us.
The glove is designed to be worn when you need the versatility to light things up yet still have both hands free.
The LED Light Glove combines a custom-made Kevlar stitched glove with a cutting-edge LED light strip featuring six LED’s with high/low settings to allow varied brightness. The glove light delivers either 124 lumens on the low setting or 240 lumens on the high setting while providing 20 hours of continuous use powered by two lithium coin cell batteries.
The gloves are ideal for tradespeople working in confined spaces, cyclists and joggers out at night, campers, hunters, fishermen, valet parking attendants, backpackers and law enforcement people – or even those of us who want to take the dog for a walk at night.
The LED Light Gloves come in full-finger or fingerless format and in large size or extra large. They sell online for US$79.95 a pair.
LEDLife.us was founded by Michael DeHaas, the former chairman and CEO of KC HiLites. “We are looking to bring our expertise in lighting products and marriage that with various consumer products, with our first product being the LED Light Glove,” DeHaas says.