Million Mile Light



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Ultra bright, battery-free safety light for runners that's powered by motion.



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Extra Small 23-26 4-6
Small 26-30 6-8
Medium 30-32 10-12
Large 32-36 14-16
Extra Large  36-41 16-18


A LED Light for Runners - Powered By Motion

Million Mile Light is an ultra bright, battery-free safety light for runners that's powered by motion. The Million Mile Light creates a bright pulse of LED light with every stride, keeping you visible and safe while running in low-light situations.

How's it different from other night running safety lights? Simple – no batteries required. It's motion activated so you never have to worry about changing batteries, carrying extras or losing power in the dark.

The water resistant casing protects the Million Mile Light from the elements runners endure and it only weighs 1.5 ounces. The best part, it clips securely onto your FlipBelt. Let there be light!


  • Battery free – Powered by motion so it's always ready and never runs out
  • Wearable – Easily clips onto cloths or your FlipBelt
  • Ultra bright - 30 Lum intensity with 200m visibility
  • Lightweight - only 2.5 inches tall 1.5 ounces
  • IPX4 Rating - Weatherproof and splashproof
  • Available in a range of color combinations: Black/White, Black/Aqua, Black/Green, Blue/White, Blue/Aqua, Blue/Green, Red/White
"Bright Idea: ‘Million Mile Light’ Harvests Power as You Run"

"Million Mile Light turns running strides into light"

"Motion-powered safety light brightens up night runs for joggers"
"The motion-powered Million Mile Light is a runner’s dream come true"

"Clever running light that never needs batteries"

"Motion-powered Million Mile Light stays lit as long as you keep jogging"

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