Disc Light

From Openwaterpedia

noun - Disc light is a form of battery-powered illumination, generally green-colored, that is attached to an open water swimmer's goggle strap and can be seen up to 5 kilometers away during a night swim or in low visibility conditions in a channel swim or marathon swim. The light comes with two modes: flashing or steady-on.

Usage

The channel swimmer felt much more comfortable swimming at night with the disc light on.

Synonyms

Glow Sticks, safety glow stick, blinkie

Video


Blinkies and glow sticks used on Hank Wise's Catalina Channel crossing.

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