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Glowring back from the dead

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The reutn of the atomic keyringCash'n'Carrion It appears that our report of the demise of the tritium-powered atomic keyring was somewhat premature, since nuclear-powered torch outfit Nite has decided to resurrect this classic piece of kit. Here's the blurb:

Nite claim their new Glowring is stronger, slicker and cooler than ever and challenge anyone not to find a use for them. Ingenious and essential, the Glowring can be attached to anything from handbags to hound dogs - kit bags to keys and can be easily located from as far away as 50ft in the dark. This incredible product will glow continuously for ten years without batteries or the need to be recharged. Available in blue, green and pink.

Yes indeed, the Glowring is back with a bang. You can order right now, right here for: singles at £9.49 inc VAT, 3 packs at £26.99 inc VAT and 5 packs at £39.99 inc VAT.

And you can't say fairer than that. Remember, however that we can only ship the Glowring to the UK - sorry to all our radiation-starved international customers. ®

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