Night Shift Safety Lights

Night Shift Safety Lights is the latest addition to the Night Tech Gear product line, designed to help workers identify potential hazards and reduce workplace falls. Night Shift is worn on shoes or boots and is designed for the rigors of industrial use. They provide hands-free lighting in low-light work environments with 400 lumens of LED lights that deliver 50 feet of forward beam and visibility from all sides to prevent workplace accidents, lost productivity and employer liability.
Nightshift workers make up 20 percent of all U.S. workers, laboring in low-light conditions making them highly susceptible to trip and fall accidents. Night Shift provides hands-free personal safety lighting to keep workers safe, injury-free and productive while they perform mission-critical tasks. Night Shift is OSHA compliant and enhances any work environment, reducing accidents and corporate liability.
Designed for construction, transit, industrial, delivery, mining and countless other industries, Night Shift has no headbands, belts, or straps, and doesn’t get in the way of other equipment leaving the workers hands free to safely do their job.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Tina Yost
Lineman Safety First

Bought for my son, he is a lineman, I will do anything to keep him safe and the Night Tech Lights will do just that. I like that the lights have ajustable settings. Perfect for those late night emergency calls.


These lights are the best. Early morning running with friends. I've had people say they can see the lights a far off. I love the different setting. I have had these lights for 3 years no issues!!!


These are the best lights for running or walking...i have been told many times I can be seen...that is part of safety!

Almost perfect, lots of room for improvement

I have been using them intermittently since the version 1 and this version 2 is nothing but unique and awesome. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have flaws. I’m a long distance runner and i train all year round in nyc. Although there aren’t that many dark patches but i run before dawn and this helps to keep you feel safe and i got plenty of compliments along the way. However, the issue is the mechanic/design of the product in which the head of the unit will get loose and eventually drops to the lowest setting (on the mount) so on the shoe it will be pointing towards the ground. I often have to stop and clock it back upward to face to the 9 o’clock position but it keeps dropping to 7 o’clock angle which is not fun to have. I have contacted them about this and customer service was excellent and they replaced it for me but it happened to the replacement one as well so it wasn’t a faulty unit, more like the design fault. So I’m hoping the 3rd generation will fix this issue because it is practically unusable if you are wearing it for running. The pounding on the pavement will quickly loosen the head mounting position and you no longer have the light to light up the path.

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