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Cyalume Light Sticks - 10-Pack in Yellow - Closeouts
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Cyalume 12-Hour Glowsticks - 15”, 4-Pack in See Photo - Closeouts
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  • Reviewed by ghopper from Washington on Monday, August 04, 2014
    First, these are the hex shaped (not round) ones, and have an eyelet AND hook on the end.

    A couple of things to keep in mind when buying: These are 12 hour light-sticks so they last a long time (over 12 hours) but aren't incredibly bright. You would have a tough time reading with them, but they are fine for illuminating a small area in a room (like the bathroom so you can see where you want to sit and where stuff is), or for marking an area at night.

    Since there are no batteries to go dead, they also work well at the end of a wand for signaling where the other person isn't far off (100' at most.) We've used them for traffic direction at night where we're moving cars into and out of parking lots so we were signaling drivers, etc.

    2016 expiry on the ones I received.

  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by shopper from New York on Thursday, July 24, 2014
    I have always kept glowsticks at home and at the office as a backup safety measure in the event of blackouts, fire, smoke, or whatever. In ten years have had to use them 4 times. And I was the only person who had anything that could be used to illuminate black stairways. Safety first. Girl scouts always taught us to be prepared. And we were. Get them and store them around and replace them every once in a while (can't tell you how often, I do it every year and let the kids play with the ones that I'm "retiring." Also useful to keep 'em in the car.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by shopper from New York on Thursday, July 24, 2014
    I have always kept glowsticks at home and at the office as a backup safety measure in the event of blackouts, fire, smoke, or whatever. In ten years have had to use them 4 times. And I was the only person who had anything that could be used to illuminate black stairways. Safety first. Girl scouts always taught us to be prepared. And we were. Get them and store them around and replace them every once in a while (can't tell you how often, I do it every year and let the kids play with the ones that I'm "retiring." Also useful to keep 'em in the car.
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