I do a lot of night running. I wish I could get up in the morning and run before work but 9 times out of 10 10 times out of 10, it doesn’t happen.
I watch too many movies so of course everytime I run at night, I’m positive that it will be the time I’m kidnapped and thrown into the trunk of a car. Needless to say, I have a couple safety rules that I always follow:
- No music.
- Be hyper aware. (I can zone out when I run, so I make sure I’m always scanning the area.)
- Wear my RoadID.
- Bring my cell phone.
- Bring my pepper spray.
- Bring my flashlight.
The pepper spray and flashlight are always in my hands, and I’m not a fan of carrying things when I run, so I was super excited when I found Knuckle Lights.
I found an ad for Knuckle Lights in my swag for the Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon back in October. It included a $10 off coupon code.
This bad boy has been on backorder for two months. Because of my patience, they sent me a sweet little Knuckle Lights water cannister and a personal thank you note along with the product.
Before I go on, just know that I have absolutely no affiliation with this company. I just think they have amazing customer service. When I got the $10 off coupon, I was on vacation. The coupon expired before I got home so my friend Michelle suggested I write the company and ask if they would extend the coupon. So I did. I got an email back from the president of the company the same day with a new online coupon code. Sweet.
The company also kept in contact with me to assure me that my order would be fulfilled and I was welcome to get a refund and order again at another time, or just wait until the shipment came in.
Knuckle Lights are $39.99 and come in a pack of two. They come in a few colors: pink, yellow, black, blue, and silver.
I got pink cuz I’m all sorts of girly like that.
They fasten to your hand by a little buckle that you can tighten/loosen.
And the on/off button can be reached by your thumb.
They run on 2 AAA batteries (not included…boo.)
I’m super psyched to try these out. I’ve been using this little flashlight my mom gave me for the longest time and it is ready to be put down like a rabid dog.