Light & Motion DC to AC Car Adapter

Light & Motion DC to AC Car Adapter
Light & Motion DC to AC Car Adapter
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DC to AC Car Adapter by Light & Motion
You're on your way to a 24-hour bike race, but you forgot to charge your bike light batteries. Quick, plug this Light & Motion DC to AC Car Adapter into your vehicle's cigarette lighter, then plug in your battery charger. Your batteries will be juiced by the time you arrive at camp--unless you're almost to your destination, in which case, you should drive really slowly.

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SKU: LTM0021
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