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Tritium-powered joy in pink and green

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The GlowRing X2 in pink and greenCash'n'Carrion Last week, Cash'n'Carrion got a call from the purveyors of the legendary atomic keyrings to say that they had unearthed a stash of the original GlowRing X2 in their tritium-powered novelty warehouse at an undisclosed location in the south of England, and did we fancy taking them on?

Well, it was an offer we couldn't refuse, since we are reliably informed that these are absolutely the last stocks of these vintage glow-in-the-dark keyrings to be had anywhere.

Which would explain why they're available in just pink and green and at the knock down price of £9.35 (£10.99 inc VAT) for two, and £42.55 (£49.99 inc VAT) for ten. That's to say - you can choose two green, or two pink, or ten pink or green or a mixed batch of ten green and pink. You get the idea.

What's more, you pay just a quid P&P on this item, thereby saving vital cash which you can spend of lead underpants.

The X2 is available in the Nite section of Cash'n'Carrion, as is the Nite Glowring Safety Marker and a raft of other illuminating products. Regular customers will recall that, due to international restrictions on the sale of atomic keyrings we can only ship GlowRings to UK addresses, so please don't order from anywhere else. ®

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