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Flashing LED Light Traffic Stick Baton

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  • We ship the SAME day
  • Single LED light traffic stick baton
  • Continuous & flashing light
  • Bright red light
  • 54cm length
  • Batteries included (1.5V Model D-LR20)


Whether you need to guide traffic on darker evenings or simply alert traffic and people to your presence, our high-quality LED light traffic stick batons do the job with ease.

How Do They Work?

Delivered with batteries included, simply pop the batteries inside the light traffic stick and choose from a continuous LED bright light or switch to flashing lights instead with the simple touch of a button for extra effect.

At 54cm in length, our light traffic sticks stand out from the crowd and make it easy to be seen no matter what the scenario. Cheap, yet high-quality, these great batons do the job with ease.

Where Can I Use My Traffic Stick?

 There are lots of uses where our customer’s find our light traffic sticks a great solution to movement during the darker hours.

Directing Traffic

Whether you’re on a busy road or a quiet estate, if you need to direct traffic in the dark, these great light traffic sticks are the perfect solution for any event.

Temporary or Permanent Car Parks

Car parks can be difficult to navigate. That all ends here with these LED light traffic sticks, perfect to let cars see where they should be going in any size car park.

Any Night-time Event

From festivals to parties, if you need to draw attention to a specific area or exit, our light traffic sticks can be used for people traffic just as well as vehicle traffic!

A Great Safety Solution

Whether you’re directing busy traffic or not, our traffic light sticks can be used wherever safety needs to come first. Packed with LED lights, they can also be used as a torch.

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