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LED Road Flares Flashing Warning Light

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LED Road Flares Flashing Warning Light

Travel safely with our LED Road Flares Flashing Warning Light on hand!When you stop on the highway because of an obstacle, warn other drivers to slow down & stop their cars in time.Visible up to 1 mile at night, alert other drivers with this super bright 360° radiation!Save your life by sending SOS signal with this powerful road flare light now!


  • Prevent Car Accident
    Instantly alert drivers to slow down or approach slowly when you meet an obstacle on the road
  • Save You in Emergency SOS
    Light up the US Coast Guard Approved SOS (Morse Code) during emergency! This bright warning light is visible up to 1 mile away at night & 0.5 mile at daytime
  • 15X Bright LED Visibility
    15 super bright LED bulbs make sure your car’s visible at night, can be used >30 hours continuously, each lasts for 100,000 hours
  • 360° Protection Anytime, Anywhere
    Layout correctly as traffic warning to guard your roadside safety in emergency. Also use for recreational activities like camping, hiking, police road mark, surface float, maritime salvage identifier etc
  • Waterproof & Crushproof
    This waterproof, crushproof & durable flare light can stand a 1000 lbs vehicle!


  1. Insert 3 AAA batteries.
  2. Attach on car, road or any surface with strong magnet or loop on back.
  3. Press power button to change 9 flashing modes.
  4. Double press quickly to light up the 3 front bulbs.
  5. Turn off with a long hold.


  • Material: TPR for outside & PC for inside
  • Power: 3 x AAA batteries required
  • Color: Orange, Blue, Red
  • Size: Approx. 10.2 x 20.2 x 3.4cm
  • Weight: Approx. 130g


  • 1 / 2 / 4 x LED Road Flares Flashing Warning Light

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