LED Flashing Lights Dog Collar Nylon- Glowys
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- The Item have three modes:1.Steady On 2.fast flash 3.normal flash
- Color: Red/Yellow/Orange/Blue/Green/Pink (Six kinds color for you chose)
- Walk Your Pet Safetly and Be Seen!
- You get 60 hours of steady light, or over 100 hours of flashing light with each collar and leash set
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More than one million dogs are killed by cars every year. Whether you walk your beloved dog at or after dusk or before dawn, the two of you will be vividly visible to traffic with one of Solarville's amazing glow and LED Flashing Lights Dog Collar Nylon.
Small - Width 2.5cm (1 Inch),length 35~43cm (14-17 inches),8cm flexible range
Medium -Width 2.5cm (1 Inch),length 40~48cm (16-19 inches),8cm flexible range
Large - Width 2.5cm (1 Inch),length 45~52cm (18-21 inches),8cm flexible range
Extra Large - Width 2.5cm (1 Inch),length 52~60cm (21-24 inches),,8cm flexible range
Each LED Lights Collar is made of super-sturdy nylon and satin, and comes in an array of candy colors including red, orange, yellow, green, blue and pink,
You get 60 hours of steady light, or over 100 hours of flashing light with each collar and leash set. Normal 4-5 months; battery can be replaced.
All batteries in each set are replaceable, and you can choose from two flashing speeds and one steady light speed. 2PCS CR2032 button battery
Material: nylon webbing ,Fluorescence webbing ,super bright LED,Optic Lighten Fiber
Flashing Mode - Quickly Flashing / Slowly Flashing / Lighten up (controlled by the button)
The product has passed CE, ROHS, EN471 certification, water, cleaning removable electronic parts. The product is suitable for walking the dog at night or dark environment, outdoor and pet movement, through the ultra-bright fiber optic light, from a warning, while expression of individuality and fashion.
This LED Light-UP Dog Collar is stylish, durable, light-weight, flexible, easy to store, and fun to use. But most crucially it can save your dogs life. Get one for each of your dogs today. Makes a great gift for any dog-lover.
Color: Red | Size: l
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THE PROBLEM IS AS FOLLOWS>
As you can see from the pictures the hook/latch for the leash is on the middle of the collar. The problem is that instead of being attached through the width of the collar, it is held on by a separate small stitched piece of material, stitched to the side of the collar, which didn't hold the first time our dog lunged at something ( a squirrel ). The hook and piece of material came completely off the collar and our dog was free. Thankfully she obeyed the "stop" command, or she would have been hit by an oncoming car. Our dog is only an average size breed, so we have serious reservations about this collars safety, until the manufacturer addresses how the collar is attached. We ordered 2 more, but will either return or have our local upholsterer attach and sew the hook through the center of the collar with some kind of reinforcement. A terrible pity, because we loved how bright it was, and the choice of colors. MANUFACTURER, PLEASE TAKE NOTE.....COULD BE A GREAT COLLAR, AND WE TAKE NO PLEASURE IN GIVING A BAD REVIEW.
First off, this collar is a chinese knock-off of the Nite Ize brand. But it's a good knock-off, I'll give it that. So what's the difference between the two? Quality, battery usage, and sizing. What are my requirements? I want a collar that lights up nice and bright. Not blinding light, but not just a dim light that will be useless in anything but pure darkness. First thing I did with both collars was pop open the battery cases and insert fresh batteries in them. This is really important as the batteries the collars come with have been draining slowly in storage! So do yourself a favor, before you buy any collar, order the batteries first! Luckily, I chose two collars that use the same type of battery 2032. I highly suggest getting your batteries (cr2032) in bulk and from the seller Mr.Coffee Sony 3V Lithium CR2032 Batteries (4 Blisters of 5), 20 Cells. I got mine extremely fast and paid a great price for them. But back to the collar.
This collar uses TWO cr2032 batteries! One of the things I was looking for was a collar that used minimal power so that I wouldn't end up spending a fortune on batteries down the road. Luckily, these batteries are cheap, but I still am concerned that it uses two at a time. The light is brighter than the Nite Ize collar though, so it is justified in my eyes. The Nite Ize collar uses only ONE battery and is less bright, but more on that later.
EASE OF USE
Both collars are extremely simple to use; press the botton to the desired light setting. I'd like for my dog and others to not get a seizure (sarcasm here) so I just adjust it to the "constant on" setting. There is only one button on either collar- so you can't get confused. Also, I think it would be really hard for a dog to hit the button because it requires fingers to pinch (like your typical car alarm remote). I don't know how some people's dogs have done it, but I find it hard for mine to do. Battery replacement is tricky. On this collar, there are three screws that are small and have to be removed in order to access the batteries. Once the cover is off, you need to carefully remove the batteries without getting your fingers all over the circuit board. The manufacturer tapes over the most sensitive end, but it would be wise to wear gloves when doing this. Oils from our fingers can ruin circuitry and made be associated with people's complaints of the collar being defective. And don't remove the tape! Its there for a reason. Then you have to screw back on the case. This is true for both collars. The Nite Ize collar however, has 4 screws instead of 3.
Sizing is not your typical US standard (http://pets.petsmart.com/help/pet-sizing-guides/dog-collar/). I ordered a large which should have been 18-26," but it was more like 12-16." Could not fit on a 120lb German Shepherd, let alone a 140lb pitbull.
The Nite Ize was definitely true to the mark and fell in line with this sizing chart. At least WalGap offers an XL size. Though when I purchased the large from WalGap and extended the collar, the clear strip of light did not reach the full length of the collar. It was precut to the size it came shipping at. So it would probably be better to order a size up, adjust the collar as necessary and then cut the clear strip that holds the light (yes, it is cuttable and is meant to be for size adjustment). *FYI: the clear cord in the middle of the collar is nothing delicate or electronic. You can cut it and bend it without damaging anything. What it does is just "carry" the light from the LED at the battery connection all the way to the end of the strip.
This collar is made of sturdy nylon but the real judge of time is the circuit board and the thick, clear plastic strip that attaches to the circuit board. That strip is basically what transfers the light from the battery all the way to the other end of the collar. Because its just a simple clear, bendable tube of plastic ("polycortex"), you can cut it down to size to better fit your dog (after you adjust the collar by hand- don't cut the nylon!). The buckle on the Nite Ize is more beefy and secure. Long term, I can definitely say the Nite Ize will last you longer. How long? I can't say. Maybe half a year to a year. This collar? Most likely a couple months, half a year if you get a good batch. This really all depends on the quality of the soldiering and the connection between the light bar (plastic tube) and the circuit board). It also depends on you not man or woman-handling the device. This is more delicate than you $600 smartphone. You have really got to replace the battery with care every time you open it up. Get someone with smaller hands to do it if you have gigantic, steel-bending hands. Seriously.
Well here is where it gets tricky. This collar uses two batteries, so it "burns" brighter than the Nite Ize collar. Makes sense right? But for how long? And being a knock-off, is the circuit board adequate enough to handle 2 batteries while the slightly more expensive product is designed to hold just 1? Perhaps this is why many people's collars stop working after a week or couple weeks. If the voltage is not the recommended voltage, your device's lifespan will be shorter. You can probably get away with one "new" battery and one "old" or dead battery to minimize voltage. But then, what do I know? I'm not an electrical engineer, so someone please correct me (nicely) if that solution holds no merit. Otherwise, you can chance it and see how long you can go with two fully charged fresh batteries in the collar. In absolute darkness, the collars were at a tie. The 1 battery Nite Ize was just as noticeable as the 2 battery WalGap. In partial darkness and light (simulate the sunset) the Nite Ize was less visible. In actual sunset outdoors, the Nite Ize was still glowing and you could see the red light, but it was neither impressively bright nor extremely disappointing. In a well lit room, the Nite Ize collar was barely distinguishable from the on/off setting. In sunset and a well lit room, this WalGap collar really stood out and had a vivid brightness. I was impressed. But I was also keeping in mind it was using 2 batteries.
Many people on here are looking for collars for their ranch dogs. It seems more so than people who are in an urban setting with their dog. In a ranch setting, I would definitely suggest the durability and longevity of the Nite Ize collar. Cars will not be zipping by 24/7 and you need that brightness where it counts: late in the night when all you can see acre after acre is shrubs/grass/forest. The red light, red webbing and small reflective strip on the Nite Ize collar is a useful feature in such open land. Not to mention it is big-dog friendly and has a beefy buckle. Would I trust this buckle? As secure as it seems, no. But that's because I don't trust buckles at all- I use the [Martingale Collars[ASIN:B003DL0EKE Country Brook Design® Black Medium Martingale Heavyduty Nylon Dog Collar]] on all my dogs. This collar I would order just to put around the neck but not attach a leash to. Just my personal preference.
For pet owners living in the city; distracted drivers are the number one enemy. And we all know when rush hour hits. The first hour before and the two hours after rush hour are very dangerous. You need maximum visibility in a partially lit environment. That means when the sun is setting and blankets everything in a hazy gold tone, you need a collar that will not blend but stand out. It needs to be neon, bright and annoying. Not to say these are annoying. I love them. But compared to the pure and natural red color of the Nite Ize collar, these neon collars pop out to people. These collars run very small. I ordered a large and it barely fit around the German Shepard at the shelter, let alone a pitbull. So order a size up? You should at least be able to fit 2 fingers under the collar. It does not good for you to buy a large light collar just for it to slip off and not serve its purpose. Even if you will not use this collar as your main collar (which I RECOMMEND- don't use this 24/7) make sure its still a proper fit. I'm not sure if XL size will be the right fit, but its worth a try.
There are a lot of clones out there unfortunately. This had the least 1 star reviews and the most five star reviews (out of all the clones I saw). I ordered two of these for my parents little dogs back in SoCal and with the link I provided to the affordable quality batteries, I will not worry about the cost of batteries because I will personally know that those pups will be seen from a long distance. The price you pay for peace of mind is priceless. Either collar is good.
However, I have a 165 pound Alaskan malamute with a 26 inch neck. The actual collar I purchased claimed to be 26 inches but it was only 23 inches. I stretched it out since its nylon and got a couple more inches out of it.
Keep in mind if The collar you order is 23 inches long the actual light on the collar will be less than a foot long so you're faced with a dilemma, if you have a big dog, that the light only aluminates on one side of the body as the light strip isn't very long. I was almost going to buy two lol
Anyway in addition to it being a little small for my dog my dog has very long double coated fur so it was hard for the light to get through his fur.
All in all it is nothing special even if it does suit your dog. I had a pretty good idea it wouldn't work with my dog but I figured I might as well as it was only $10. Like I said before if you have a short haired medium or small dog this is the collar for you, like a bull dog Orr the like Just don't be too excited because it is not quality, I mean you're only paying $10 right?
P.S. If you have a stronger medium sized dog that may pull I would be careful as the collar is not very strong and could tear, I would recommend this as a secondary color even though it does have a D ring