PowerFlare - ECO LED Road Flares

PowerFlare - ECO LED Road Flares

You've driven past them a million times -- the burning road flares that get stuck into the asphalt at accident scenes. You may have even seen them lying in the gutter, burnt and discarded. Yuck, what a mess. Put all that behind you with the LED Powerflare. It lights up bright in the night, comes in different colors, spins around, and best of all - you can run over it without killing your car.

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