Geek Daily Deals May 2 2020: 6-Pack LED Finger Rockets for $18

Have some fun outdoor play, especially at night, with these LED-illuminated finger rockets; pack of six for only $18!

US Sense 6 Pack LED Foam Finger Rockets Glowing Slingshot Flying Toys for Boys Girls Birthday Party Favors, Fun Outdoor Group Camping Beach Garden Pool Games Outdoor Sports Toy :

  • It comes with 6 durable, well-made non-toxic foam and rubber launch slingshot design rocket darts.Small BUTTON in each rocket’s body, you just need a soft press to turn on or off the light.The LED long light time: lasts about 72 hours and non-replaceable. A fabulous outdoor sports flying toy for your beloved little precious
  • A blast playing “war”easily bursts out, which not only can relief the children or yourself’s anxieties in daily life,but also a good way to strenthen the family relationship.The twinkle LED design makes the rocket like flying genius when they are shotted at night
  • This little outdoor rocket is also a perfect choice to make a cool group game for kids, children, boys, girls, adults. Let your kids have a great time with this LED toys at the birthday party, Chirstmas day, beach holiday,camping trip,or children’s get together
  • Super easy to play, just pulling the rubber band on the top of the rocket to store energy and then quickly release it to shoot the targets you aimed at
  • If there is any problem or dislike in the process of your using of this product, enjoys 12-MONTH NO HASSLE FREE REPLACEMENT(PS: Please wash your hands often. Wear a mask when you go out. )

Get the set for just $18 today!

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This post was last modified on May 3, 2020 12:11 pm

Ken Denmead: Ken is a husband and father from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as civil engineer. He became the Publisher of GeekDad in 2007, and the owner in 2010. He also wrote the NYT bestselling GeekDad series of project books for parents and kids to share.
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