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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[edit]

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

Synonyms[edit]

Glow Sticks, safety glow stick, blinkie

Video[edit]


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

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