The Nitestik Safety Marker is stronger, slicker and cooler than ever. We challenge anyone not to find a use for one!
Using Photoluminescent pigment technology, the Nitestik Safety Marker is highly visible even in total darkness. Designed for marking equipment and personal property, it is useful to anything you might wish to locate in the dark.
Vibrant coloured and acrylic housed the amazing Nitestik uses state-of-the-art technology that is environmentally friendly.
Inside each Nitestik is a rare earth-activated alkali earth aluminate-silicate, that can continuously give off light for over 12 hours in darkness by absorption of various visible light. This new age pigment will charge under light, then discharge in darkness 365 days of the year, for upto 10 years.
No Batteries……Lasts up to 10 years……That’s pretty impressive stuff!
This neat little keyring is set to be the next big craze! As well as looking funky and stylish, this ‚X’ecutive toy is really practical too – as absolutely everyone has a use for Nitestik.
Whatever you use them for, they will glow faithfully for up to 10 years and brighten up whatever you attach them to.
The list of uses for this fantastic product is endless, here are just a few-:
- Ideal keyring – never lose your keys in the dark again – great for finding keyholes in the pitch black after a night out!
- Pet collar tag – for the nocturnal feline/canine wanderer
- Camping gear – attach to tents, kit, mallets, corner pegs, torches, you name it and it will glow
- Fishing gear tag light
- Emergency equipment
- Handbag light – ladies find your keys instantly, no more searching required!
- Fashion accessory
What else can you possibly buy that is this useful, this cheap and will last this long?
REPAIR YOUR OUTERWEAR
Seam Grip® permanently repairs common pinholes and tears in your outerwear. Apply just enough Seam Grip to cover the hole and spread 1/4” (5mm) beyond. Allow to dry level overnight. For 2 hour cure time, mix Seam Grip with Cotol-240™ before applying.
To sharpen a knife, slide the knife across the sharpening stone as though you are trying to cut a thin slice off the stone. Hold the blade at roughly a 20 degree angle and draw it steadily. Be sure to count the number of strokes and do the same number of strokes on the opposite side.
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