Lumi-Jack Lighted Pet Vest
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- Lighted Vest for Visibility, safety and fashion Dog Apparel
- Water resistant vest, Security and safety for your pet,
- Illuminating pet vest, Electroluminescent sheet technology
- Visibility and safety for evening run, hunting trip or backcountry hikes
- 8inches to 11.40 inches chest, Yorkshire Terrier, Shih Tzu, Maltese, Pomeranian, Pekingese, Papillon
Including your dog on your evening run, hunting trip or backcountry hikes brings the need for visibility and safety. Our Safety Pet Vest is ideal for wear during any low-light conditions, the EL emitting Pet Vest ensures your dog’s safety. In addition to providing visibility, the lightweight shell of the Pet Vest provides your dog with protection against the elements. Polyester material helps to keep your dog cool and comfortable.Durable and adjustable elastic band with buckles provide a secure, flexible fit. Water resistant.
Size: xs | Color: Lime Green
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I purchased this one hoping for more as all others I have seen have the LEDs on the front/chest of the dog which is not only the wrong place for visibility, but will also blind the dog. So it would seem there are two options with these, blind your dog with one that has lights on the front, or interfere with your dog's hearing with this one. I'll get a proper orange/reflective mesh vest and add my own battery powered LEDs like I should have done in the first place.
My Australian Shepherd is 85 pounds and has a decent sized chest. The large fits very well with plenty of room for adjusting bigger and smaller. The light panel seems very high quality and when the lights work it is a solid even light across the grey area which is impressive since I was expecting spotty LED lights behind the grey areas (the great areas around the orange logo are the lights that light up in succession.
Another great thing about this vest is that with other vests that are just light up, they are great in the dark but not so great for visibility at dusk and before. Between the large reflective area and the lime green you can not miss my little buddy. Another great thing about a vest like this is that for long hair dogs like mine, if you get a harness or collar you can not even see the lights from under the fur. Well with the large panels on this vest it keeps the lighted areas above the fur making it easy to see the lights. I am also going to augment this vest with some blinky multicolored lights that I will pop some holes in the vest and clip them in, there will be no way anyone could miss my disco dog.
One other complaint i would give this vest is that the slot for the d-ring from your dogs collar to fit through so you leash can hook into the collar through the vest, it seems a little too far back. I think if they either moved it or just added another slot about 2 inches or so closer to the head it would fit perfectly.
The other reason I am giving this 4 stars instead of less is that I am good with wiring. The connection between the LED panel and the wire lead that comes from the battery pack seems extremely flimsy and any kind of very active dog like mine will result in issues with it loosing connection. Once I get one that works and I can see that all of the lights work and blink properly I plan on cutting a hole in this vest and seeing if I can make a better connection between the battery pack leads and the LED panel. I am hoping it is just a connector between two wire leads, if so I am going to take the connector off and solder the wires together so I have a permanent fix. If the connector is solid enough that the wires are tight into the connector I may just even take the simple step of taping the connector tight or using glue instead of soldering, I will know more when I open it up. I did not want to cut this one open to play with it since returning would then be an issue and I am just guessing that I will be able to perform the above procedure when I get one that works.
It seems that a lot of the feedback complaints are about the connections not being good. I think another reason for this is that the panel is stiff and when they squish everything together to fit it into the tiny box it comes in they are breaking the connection to the LED panel. I would highly suggest to the manufacturer to change their packaging to maybe a flat pack where the bend in the fold is no where near the connector to the LED panel. It should not be much bigger in square inches than it is now, maybe even smaller. If you could have packaging like a tiny pizza box where you lay the panel flat then fold the soft area over it so your packaging is maybe an inch high by 8 inches wide by 6 inches long or so I think you would see a huge reduction in your returns and bad feedback about the connectors failing. If I were you I would also maybe look into a more flexible connector to connect the LED panel to the battery leads to also reduce your returns and feedback complaints.
I hope I helped someone or the manufacturer out with this review. If you have one that you have used for a while and the connector failed and it is too latte to return feel free to comment on this, once I open one up I will have a better idea of how it is wired and the connections they are using. From what I could feel it felt like maybe a ribbon pinch type connector and if I am correct the answer may just be a drop of super glue where the wire clamps onto the connector to protect it. I will advise if anyone is interested and leaves a comment.
I love the vest and I love the way the lights look when they work. I am also more comfortable with this than the mesh type orange vests with a couple of reflective stripes you see in the pet stores, this will be my go to vest during hunting season around here since I run my dog off lead.
If I can do it I will post some pictures of the connector once I have one open so you can see what I am talking about and possible remedies to make it last longer.
I have not used the lights. I didn't order this vest specifically for the lighting system, but for the color and adjustability of fit. I cannot rate the lighting system. When I walk my dogs at night I keep them on a leash and heeling beside me. I don't think I'd ever depend on a lighted vest to keep my dogs safe at night while walking in traffic. Personally, I think the oddness of the sight of bobbing and weaving lights at low ground level might actually distract and/or confuse most drivers, and that would not be good. I can, however, understand the desire for a lighted vest when night hunting, or hiking in the boonies off leash.
I ordered a small vest. It perfectly fits my 10 lb mini-dachshund. She has a thin neck. The neck strap is adjusted using Velcro, and works quite well. The belly strap has room to either adjust down or up on her from her current fit. The vest length ends slightly more than 1/2 way down her back. That's fine for my purposes. The schnauzer in the ad picture has a short back. Many dogs don't, so this vest likely won't fit most dogs from neck to tail. I don't need the vest to do that. I just need to be able to see it easily at a distance.
Couldn't ask for a better vest to fulfill the needs I had in mind when ordering this one.
The X Large vest fit like a small tee shirt on my 90 pound lab. It did not cover his back to his tail as the view in the photo shows. I could not return the vest as I own a fox red lab. It was the beginning of deer hunting season. He needed to be dressed in orange.
It's a great concept but....