2 in. x 12 in. Red and White Reflective Strips, 10 PcJuly 4th is quickly approaching. Another birthday for America—and as we all grow older, an opportunity to be reflective, literally and figuratively. It’s a time to reflect on our potentially obstinate delusion of a patriotic milieu that engages in an overbearing hubris that identifies antidisestablishmentarianism as a floccinaucinihilipilification. How does that translate to you personally? Well, if you were a humuhumunukunukuapua’a, you’d never survive in an aequeosalinocalcalinosetaceoaluminosocupreovitriolic fish tank. Figuratively speaking of course.

Literally speaking, check out the 10-Piece, 2 in. x 12 in. Red and White Reflective Strips from Harbor Freight Tools. The and red and white reflective tape is perfect for marking mailboxes, loading docks, fences, barriers and Uncle Ed when he’s passed out in the driveway after one-too-many red, white and blue margaritas at the family 4th of July picnic. The strips feature a high visibility diamond-shaped pattern, reflective acrylic and micro-glass beads, weather resistant backing, and if that isn’t enough to warm your heart, the reflective strips comply with FMUSS 108 55.7.1 and ASTM D495-90 standards. Compare that to competitors who charge a fortune for reflective strips that aren’t even FMUSS 108 55.7.1 and ASTM D495-90able!

Literally speaking, visit one of 500 Harbor Freight Tools stores nationwide to get the 10-Piece 2 in. x 12 in. Red and White Reflective Strips at a ridiculously low price. Figuratively speaking, you are a one-winged quail of mystification.

2 in. x 12 in. Red and White Reflective Strips, 10 Pc
Item#: 97562


  1. Alison says

    I have just left one of your stores and will never return. In trying to make a purchase I was asked for my telephone number, I did not wish to give it and the staff member muttered that she was not going to get fired because I refused to leave it.
    It is my telephone number and my choice whether I give it or not and it is despicable if you are firing your staff because they don’t get a telephone number. I considered her response to me extremely rude and my husband spoke to the store manager who explained it is corporate policy. I think you need to update your policy or update your customer service training.

    • Guido says

      I always give the phone number as I get incredible coupons and offers; I cannot understand why someone would not give it, it’s like free money

  2. Ken says

    I agree with the phone number Issue. it should not be needed to make a sale. personal information is just that. another problem is obsolete equipment being sold as new at the retail store’s. as of last night I was looking at Item# 6852, 6 in. belt sander and found out from H.F.T’s. customer service Dept. that the item can not even be serviced, or have replacement parts ordered. as of 7/3/14 it is sold in stores and offered as one of the large sales items in there big 4th of July sale. beware and check the item before you buy. I just wish I didn’t join there inside track club, that is just another loss. HFT can check my name to see if I’m telling the truth.

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