Rechargeable Lighted Gloves

By MangataLites


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Boost visibility and safety in low light with night running lights. Inside each glove, a rechargeable LED shines a 135-degree radial arc of light up to about 30 feet ahead of you. The fingerless design is a comfy, easy addition to your routine—whether you’re out for an early morning jog, an after-dinner dog walk, or on your evening commute.

  • Materials: Glove: Polyester, terry cloth & spandex; Lights: Plastic housing, SMD LED lights
  • Care: Remove LED light inserts before washing. Machine wash cold with like colors and air dry. Do not dry clean
  • Includes: Pair of gloves, two removable/rechargeable LED lights, and one dual micro-USB charging cable
  • Casts a 135-degree radial arc of light
  • Light projects 30 feet ahead for full illumination
  • Adjustable brightness settings allow for 40 or 80 lumens
  • Great for running, biking, walking, camping, hiking, dog walking, power outages, and around the house
  • Weather-resistant, lightweight design
  • Terry cloth thumb for wiping away moisture
  • Built-in reflective strip for increased visibility and safety
  • Specially designed palm pocket for key/money storage
  • Recommended for ages 12+
  • For sizing information, please see size chart
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 6" x 4" x 1.5"
  • Weight: 0.38 lb

17 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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No more dark cupboards!

6/23/2019 by Nancy

I have deep closets and cupboards and usually have to resort to using a flash light to find things, which is a hassle. With these lighted gloves I can see everything and my hands are free to move stuff around.
These are also great for the outdoors whether walking or gathering wood, and since no one likes to be surprised by a big spider hiding in the woodpile these really come in handy. The uses for these gloves is endless.
Im ready to order a second pair to keep in my car for emergencies.
I ordered the medium and the fit was perfect! The glove itself is soft and extremely comfortable.
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Great for low-light running

11/7/2018 by Tracy

These are a great addition to my lighting for running. I usually run early in the morning in a rural area, where very little ambient light is available. These are sufficient by themselves to provide adequate visibility for running, but would need to be supplemented for biking. For those worried about the half fingers in the winter, mittens are available, and the lights are interchangeable. I am very happy that I found these!More > < Less



11/2/2018 by Deb

These gloves are amazingly comfortable and totally worth the time to order a pair or two!!! So many uses, such as walking the dog, lighting a dark path walking in a parking lot, or working under the sink. I love these gloves!!!!More > < Less


Tey're a great gift for runners!

10/5/2018 by Nancy A

I bought these as a gift for my sister who is a runner, She runs very early in the morning and she was thrilled to receive them. She wears them every morning!More > < Less


A big hit

10/5/2018 by Deborah

When I read about these gloves, I knew I had to get them for my daughter and son-in-law who are avid, bikers, hikers and runners - often before or after the sun rises or sets. They LOVE them.More > < Less

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See and be seen—thanks to gloves.

About MangataLites

LED Gloves

Mary Tiffin needed night running lights because she was jogging after her kids were in bed. When she couldn’t find lights that suited her, Mary invented RunLites (now MangataLites) fingerless gloves and Hand-Slings.

Her designs are low-profile, breathable, and lightweight, with a rechargeable LED light tucked into a pocket on each hand. The lights illuminate an ultra-bright, 135-degree arc up to 30 feet ahead of you. And on a single charge, each light can shine for 48 hours of use.

We tried the gloves while running and biking, and were impressed with their comfort and brightness, which helped us see—and be seen—better. We think the gloves are a smart addition for anyone out and about in low light, like early morning dog walkers or post-bedtime runners like Mary.