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#21739 5-May-2008 18:53
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T-Qualizer's Only $45!!! ******

SHIRTS ARE LISTED AS $48.95 on the site... use coupon code online to get them for $45 each

These are all new T-shirts that jump around to the beat of music! Want to make an impression in the club? Then this shirt is for you!

We also have (coming soon) t-shirts that light up whenever they are in range of wifi! A wifi detector on your shirt

This shirt comes from the innovators of Flashwear USA who bring you the latest in funky t-shirt designs.

They are made out of an all-new technology called Electroluminescence which is not baggy and light making it perfect for clubbing!

The controller unit has an adjustable knob to change the sensitivity so loud or quiet the shirt still looks good!

Head over to to check them out!


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#128639 5-May-2008 18:57
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Freaky... I saw the animated GIfs and thought "It can possibly be the tshirts blinking?" then I re-read your post...



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  #128641 5-May-2008 19:02
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yea they work really well I saw them and realised that nearly no-one was selling them and decided to get on the case and sell them

I have a raver and it is so bright! Really attracts everyone's attention


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