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4pcs Flash Bike Bicycle Car Wheel Tire Tyre Valve Cap Neon Lamp Led Light Bulb on 2040-parts.com

US $3.33
Location:

南阳市, 河南省, China

南阳市, 河南省, China
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded

 

Features:
100% brand new and high quality
Smart Vibration, Energy-saving(installed to see light, automatically turns off after 15 seconds, it will continue to light when to be shaken)
Unique design, make your car, bike more stylish
Only light up and flash in darkness and wheels running
Auto turn off either the enough brightness or stopping wheels running

Specifications:
Material:Lightweight alloy
Power supply: 3 button batteries(include)
Size: 4.3cm*1.5cm
Suitable models: Universal
Installation parts: Vehicle valve stem
Color:  Colorful

Package Included:
4x LED Tyre Tire Valve Caps Light

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