Rechargeable Lighted Hand-Sling

By MangataLites

$34.95 More on the way


Boost visibility and safety in low light with night running lights. Inside each Hand-Sling, a rechargeable LED shines a 135-degree radial arc of light up to about 30 feet ahead of you. The low-profile design fits like a glove (literally) without adding bulk—whether you’re out for an early morning jog, an after-dinner dog walk, or on your evening commute.

  • Materials: Glove: Polyester and 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: One pair of hand-slings, 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
  • Built-in reflective strip for increased visibility and safety
  • Specially designed palm pocket for key/money storage
  • Included dual micro-USB charging cable allows for simultaneous charging of both LED light inserts
  • Recommended for ages 12+
  • One size fits most. XL size fits larger hands or can be worn over gloves
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 11" x 4.5" x 1.25"
  • Weight: 0.31 lb

25 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Hands with Super Powers

8/24/2017 by Rhianna

I gave these to a 72 year female friend training to run the New York Marathon 'again'. She is out at 4:00 in the morning - her comments are 'They work very well and are so light weight that you do not even notice them (it is like having a super power) jokingly she said they keep away the monsters both real and imagined'. Loves that they are rechargeable.More > < Less


Excellent idea but

12/30/2017 by Kathleen

I bought these for my husband, the ultimate outdoorsman. He is 6 feet 3 inches and has quite large hands so they don’t fit. He liked the idea so much that he will be jerryrigging the light portion to a pair of gloves. Please consider offering large sizes-in this case very large sizes.More > < Less


Great for running on uneven surfaces

11/13/2017 by Ruth

These glovesh have a broader and more intense range than a lighted hat. There is more light closer to the ground. As you swing your arms, the ground is better hightlighted giving greater control for running on country roads.More > < Less


Love the concept

10/4/2017 by Valerie

Am hoping they last as I love using them in these suddenly dark evenings of Fall. Worried about the finger loops not lasting otherwise the lights are great!!!More > < Less


Don’t fit over winter gloves

11/14/2017 by Linda

I really love the concept of these and the fact that they are bright and rechargeable, but for the cold weather they are not practical. I bought 2 pair; one for my husband (an avid runner) and one for myself. I didn’t want the gloves that were offered, because they are fingerless and I thought the sling style could go over thin winter gloves. This is not the case. The finger bands are very tight and restrictive on a glove, so for us they are just not useful during the dark winter evenings when we would need them the most. Very disappointing.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.