Knuckle Lights Saved My Life!

"I was out running and a man chased after me in an attempt to do whatever evil he intended. I spun around and put my hands up in a fighting stance and shined my Knuckle Lights in his eyes, blinding him. He stopped, hesitated, and ran back to his car and took off.

There's no doubt in my mind that your product helped stop him and may have saved my life. I already was in love with these because of how well they light my path, but now I love them even more. THANK YOU!!!!"  --Sandy R., Knuckle Lights Fan


Thanks for the story Sandy and we are SO THANKFUL that you are okay and that nothing bad happened.  Running alone at night is dangerous on many levels, from low visibility (not being able to see obstacles in front of you), to not being seen by traffic, and as in this case, the vulnerability of being away from home in the dark by yourself. 

But that doesn't mean you should give up your personal freedom to run or walk outside at any time that fits your schedule and preference. You simply need to be prepared so that you are safe in all circumstances. 

Carry bright lights that illuminates your path and makes you visible to traffic, wear a safety vest, bring your phone, have a personal alarm and/or pepper spray, and always be mindful of your surroundings.  Don't be a victim--to the dark, to vehicles, or evil doers. 

Stay safe and OWN THE NIGHT!


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