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Safety light belt with rotatable light switch

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5359501.

A belt having a holder attached centrally to the belt, and a light housing attached to the holder. The holder contains a switch adjacent to the light housing such that the rotation of the light housing away from the holder causes the switch to close lighting the bulb. The light housing rotates around a flex strip and is guided and held in position by a ridged adjustment band which is fixed to the holder and slidably attached to the light housing. The light housing contains a light socket with a light bulb. The socket is attached to a truncated conical reflective surface which is disposed within a truncated conical shaped shell forming a light housing. The light switch is electrically connected to the switch and to batteries contained within the holder. The switching safety light is switched on and off by the positioning of the light housing relative to the holder.

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