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LED Gloves for Kids & Teens

Kids are fascinated by pretty much anything that lights up. We took every day great kid’s items and brought them to life with bright fun colored LED lights. We hope our products will inspire kids to use their imaginations to make their own fun. Our gloves fit a variety of ages from smaller children up to teens and young adults. 

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Our hats & gloves have the latest LED strip technology that delivers the brightest LED lights. Powered by small button cell batteries, they are so bright you can see them from far away.  Help keep your child visible in crowds, at night, and great for Halloween Trick or Treating.  Batteries are pre-installed, plus we always give our customers extra batteries for even more fun!

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The Noodley's Funky Flashing LED Light Gloves are great for kids and adults of all ages and can be used anywhere your imagination takes you. With our multicolor LED light gloves, you can create your own light show at parties, concerts, weddings, dancing, and other entertainment events. These glowing gloves will sure to be a big hit roller skating or ice skating. Children love light toys at birthday parties, and no clown outfit is complete without multicolor glowing finger gloves! Take them your favorite sporting event – football, hockey games, and show your team support. Make your own glow glove costume, perfect for Halloween. The flashing light gloves will keep your children’s hands warm Trick or Treating and provide added safety. Show your enthusiasm for New Year’s Eve, July 4th, St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Flag Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and they make great Christmas presents. Can be worn year round from camping and summer nights to cold winter days. Our multicolor glow gloves make great gifts for kids and adults of all ages. For best results use in low light or at night.

 Quality Gifts for Kids

Quality Gifts for Kids

Designed with quality materials, our light up toys make great gifts that kids go crazy for.  Their eyes will light up with our super cool light up gloves.  We’ve specifically sized our gloves to fit kids from small children to teens and even adults.  With multiple light effects from strobe to solid, there’s plenty of options to light the imagination.

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From the Blog

All About LED Light Up Gloves

All About LED Light Up Gloves

These are the toys that are all the rave for teenagers. In dance halls and other party environments frequented by kids, these light emitting gloves are “must-haves.”  The gloves glow in the dark and enrich the party atmosphere.  The trend has transferred to pre-teens, tweens, and children, using them in creative ways only kids can imagine.  Because adolescence is
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LED Lights in Toys

LED Lights in Toys

LED stands for Light Emitting Diode. This is a semiconductor that glows when an electric current runs through it. Although LEDs have a variety of uses indoors and outdoors, in the toy industry, they are used to create products that give off light. Most LED lights are powered by batteries that are placed within the toy. The low voltage ensures that there is no risk 
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LED Light Gloves Can Soothe Kids with Autism

LED Light Gloves Can Soothe Kids with Autism

Lighting has a profound effect on how we experience our surroundings. Think about how the ambiance of a candlelit restaurant or the harsh light of fluorescent tubes in an office affects your mood, and you have an idea of how important lighting can be. For boys and girls who are on the autism spectrum, the impact of lighting on mood and concentration may be even more intense. Researchers and neurologists often describe autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in terms of sensory processing; children who have autism and can articulate their state of mind agree, citing sensory overload as a frequent challenge. 
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