Night Runner 270 Shoe Lights

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Night Runner 270

Rechargeable & Waterproof Battery Light for Runners, Dog Walking, Hiking – Best Safety Running Gear for High Visibility at Night Time or Low Light. As seen on Shark Tank, with these state-of-the-art shoe lights from Night Runner you can safely trek through mountains, trails, or your own neighborhood with the peace of mind knowing that you have reliable and safe lighting at all times. The Night Runner 270 Shoe Lights work great for running, walking, hiking, camping, fishing, or walking your dog, these shoe lights let you see and be seen safely from dusk until dawn.

  • ROBUST & WEATHERPROOF – Built tough with long-lasting quality at the forefront, allowing you to focus on your training in all conditions. Tried and tested by athletes, for athletes, in even the harshest conditions – including heavy rain, extreme heat, and even the extreme cold in ice and snow. Put yourself and your training to the test, because Night Tech Gear has got you covered.
  • THE PATENTED ORIGINAL – As seen and loved on Shark Tank, the Night Runner 270 shoe lights are the first of their kind, and the original hands-free or headlight-free lighting solution for runners, hikers, or any outdoor enthusiast. Compromizing on quality with imitations is compromizing your safety.
  • 360 DEGREE VISIBILITY – Light up your path with 150 lumens + 2 ultra light LEDs with a rechargeable battery which produce 360 degrees of lighted visibility. A forward-facing lightbeam of up to 30 feet and two back facing red lights defines obstacles, alerts motorists, and provides optimal visual acuity infront and around you on the road or trails. Don’t fuss with chest, knuckle, or hand lights, armbands, ankle or head lamps – simply clip on to the laces of your shoes or cleats, and go.
  • ALL OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES – With the wearable Night Tech shoe lights, you can safely trek through mountains, trails, or your own neighborhood knowing you’ve got reliable, safe lighting at all times. Whether running, cycling, walking, hiking, camping, fishing, or walking your dog, these shoe lights let you see and be seen safely in the dark from dusk till dawn.
  • THE NITTY GRITTY – Long-lasting lithium ion batteries are fast charging via small micro USB, retaining light for your activities for 2.5 hours when using the high setting, or up to 5 hours with the standard setting. Projecting beams of 30 feet to the front, and three lighting modes – including standard, high and flashing.

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Night Runner 270 Clip-On Weatherproof Rechargeable Sneaker Lights Running Shoes

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NEW Night Runner 270 LED Shoe Lights Rechargeable Battery & Waterproof Clip On

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12 Reviews for Night Runner 270 Shoe Lights

  1. Dammitt Emmitt

    Me and a few girlfriends run often in the predawn hours of the morning. Because side walks in our area aren’t in the best of shape, we opt to run in the road/streets because there isn’t a whole lot of traffic at this hour, and the surface is more consistent than the sidewalks. These lights are EXCELLENT at making us visible to the little bit of traffic we encounter. In just 1 weeks use, I’ve noticed that drivers are noticing us MUCH sooner and giving us a very respectable space along side the road with them. As for enhanced visibility of the surface ahead of me (pothole’s and general debris) they have been a great help in this matter as well. One of the most difficult thing about seeing where you are going in the dark is that when on coming traffic’s headlights hit you, it’s impossible to see the road surface in front of you. These lights do an amazing job at allowing me to see the pavement directly in front of me even during this situation. They are not noticeable to what I feel when I run. They are steady, and do not flop around. If you run in the dark… these are a must have! Safety is the number one benefit of these lights. I feel safer with them on, and I’m sure drivers appreciate the heads up that something/someone is a head.

  2. Cara Ricci

    Get Some.Seriously, these things keep you safe.Pros:Obvious safety for both yourself and others. These allow you to see where you’re going to avoid uneven terrain, those inevitable pot holes. They also clearly announce you to any car, biker, etc.These are bright! They really do shine enough light to illuminate your way whether that be at dusk / dawn or midnight.Three light settings provided – solid bright shine, solid even brighter shine, and blink.Three position settings provided – snap them to point low, medium, or high – all facing your path forward.Rechargeable – no dealing with batteries. And hey, split charging cable is provided.These are easy to slip on / take off of your shoes (pro tip – harder if your laces are too loose) and they are sturdy. You never notice they’re even there unless you turn them on.The fact that these lights go on your shoes and point forward. You already put your shoes on and so these being attached just make it easier to get up and go. There is no adjusting needed, no straps to mess with that get tangled or cause your forehead to breakout.Cons:Battery life. While the product quotes 4 hours, I charge mine after every run else they die on the next (my normal runs are 45min – 1hr). I do always use mine on the solid brightest setting. Side note, when the batteries are running out, the lights do not start to dim (imo a good thing) but instead the red light on the side will blink… something you cannot easily (if at all) observe while running with them on.Charging ports are on the underside. Makes it a bit awkward to get them plugged in if you want to leave them on your shoes. However, I believe this helps with the water resistant design – which I’d take over a smoother charge plugin. Probably makes it look ‘slicker’ too if you care.A bit pricey in my opinion (though considering pro list and other options out there, worth it. Enough that I also purchased a second pair for the spouse).

  3. Transplant

    Edit: Originally, this was a three star review, and if you want to read the whole thing, you can see the reason why.To update, day before yesterday I noticed that one of my second pair had a broken clip. This had happened despite the fact that I now handle these things with elaborate care. I contacted the company, and they did two very spiffy things: they put a set of replacement clips in the mail to me, and they gave me some guidance about how to put them on to reduce the odds of breakage.The biggest weakness of this doohickey is the fact that the clips break easily, but they’re aware of it. And now that I see that replacement clips are only a few dollars, I’m willing to replace them myself if it happens again. I’m happy enough with how these work, and with how the company handled my discontent, that I’m a confirmed customer for the foreseeable future.Original review below:My feeling about these is the definition of “ambivalent,” so if you’ve never been sure what that word means, read on.I love, love, love these. Just ordered my second set. But I won’t order a third if it becomes necessary. Let me explain.The clip that holds these to your shoelaces has two prongs. The prongs are made of plastic. The plastic is not strong enough. Do you hear me, people who make these? The prongs are not strong enough. I’d had my first pair for just three or four days when one of the prongs broke off. It didn’t make the light unusable, because the clip held it reasonably well with just the one prong (or so I thought until this morning), but it did make me handle them more delicately when I attached them to my shoelaces.Didn’t help, or not entirely. A few months later, one prong broke off the other light. But, as I said, they hold reasonably well with one prong, so I kept using them both.But then, this morning, one of the lights simply fell off my shoe altogether, leaving behind the one prong still threaded into my shoelaces. Apparently the one prong isn’t strong enough to hold them on, or at least not forever.I bought these in December, and I got eight months’ use out of them. And I absolutely passionately love them. I’ve read about the inventor getting the idea after tripping in a pothole — I have a similar story, as I ran off a bike path and straight into a blackberry bramble. The lights have made it very clear where the edge of the path is when I venture into areas that aren’t well lit. They do exactly what I want them to do, and I plan to handle this next pair like a museum curator handles ancient relics.But please, please, please, find stronger materials for the clip! I’ll pay extra, I swear!

  4. Mary Harris

    I originally got a set of these for Christmas a couple years ago and LOVED them, I recommended them to all my friends. However after about a year & 1/2 they no longer held the charge so I decided to get another pair. Well obviously the quality has went down considerably. I wear them when I am walking my dogs early in the morning and would be able to get at least 3 days before having to charge them. The new pair I got would die 1/2 through my walk on the second day – not helpful when you are walking in the dark. However, now after 2 months they won’t even hold a charge through my first walk, after about 45minutes to an hour they die. Too bad they have chosen to cheapen them as they USED to be a great product. Would not recommend them to anyone now, save your money!

  5. Harley

    Tried using last night for a moonlight race, with no moonlight due to clouds :). They throw light about 3-4 ft in front, nowhere near the 30 ft. I applied just like in the video on their website with the woman runner. Near the end of the 5K race, one was missing, had slipped right out without my knowledge. The road was an asphalt road but due to recent rain had twigs and moss. It was lit with glowsticks along the middle of the road/path which was not nearly enough light. Next time I will wear more light, maybe a headlamp or knuckle lights and shoe lights or all three.I have asked the company to replace my one lost light, as without them, I surely would have tripped on one of the twigs or moss strewn on the road. I’ll update on whether they will do this.

  6. Mrs C.

    This is my second pair – ordered a spare because they’re great! These gizmos are amazing for walking at night. You charge them via USB. It takes about 5 hours for the first charge but then more like 3 after that. I walk about 1.25 hours per night and they last for the duration. They also stay put perfectly – at least for walking, not sure about running. I’d guess they would probably last a second walk, but haven’t wanted to test it.The lights are bright enough that I don’t need to carry a flashlight and I can see the road very clearly, no more tripping in the dark. They definitely seem visible to others from a distance. I get a lot of compliments from fellow evening travelers, noting how far off they could see them.

  7. jazzygirl

    Love these. Simple to use. Have to make sure to aim them correctly to help see the cracks and imperfections. Feels light on my shoe. Love that it is rechargeable.

  8. PC8

    Got these after I fell down from running really early in the morning in the dark. The first time I used these I was really excited. I’m not a marathoner by any means I run about an hour every other day. I charged them before my first use. My run was exactly 59 minutes they were easy to install and worked great. Today was the second time that I used them, big disappointment. I switched my laces out to elastic laces, so I guess the grip doesn’t have a firm placement. As I was running the right light flew off my tennis shoe. I had to run back when I noticed about a quarter-mile when I looked down and noticed that it was no longer on my shoe. I had to run back and retrace my steps and luckily I found it laying. I turned it off and put it in my pocket and proceeded to run with only one light but then another 15 minutes into my run the battery went dead. I stopped and checked the second one and as soon as I powered it on that battery went dead as well! I’ve only used these twice less than 2 hours and the battery has drained on both pieces! I do not recommend these, I wish they would work and stay on and stay lit but unfortunately they do not. I may have to resort back to wearing a headlamp, very disappointed. I literally put sewing string on them to secure them to my laces to see if this will help with tomorrow’s run I shouldn’t have to do this. I’d skip on purchasing these.

  9. Molly B

    Been wanting led shoe lights for a very long time since i saw that 1987 TV series “Married with Children” when Al Bundy made headlight shoes for her daughter, Kelly [actress Christina Applegate] to try out his creation wearing those lights. people laugh that idea, now in the 21st century we finally have it. Very bright led lights in low, high or strobe lighting.

  10. Jesse N

    I don’t wear these so that I can see, I wear them so that cars can see me. I walk shelter dogs in the early morning hours, and these have been a life-saver in areas where there aren’t sidewalks. Very visible from a long ways away. I usually only use one, and my wife uses the other.

  11. “patt_rick_pd”

    I’ve receive mutiple compliments on these. Since they are lower than a head lamp, they are good on busy paths; they don’t put light right into people’s eyes. I would use a head lamp if you are going to be in very low visibility area and other people aren’t going to be around. I run with these when it’s early evening and have never had a problem with them falling off.

  12. Lisa

    I can’t get my husband to put these on his shoes, but he clips them to his bag to walk to his car. They are super bright and I worry slightly less about him walking in the dark. I still worry, because even the brightest light can’t help if you are looking at your phone.

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