PupLight2 Twice as Bright with Reflective Dog Safety Collar
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- Allows You to See 30-Feet Ahead
- Comes With Reflective Collar
- Named Best Lighted Dog Product per the Whole Dog Journal
- Uses Inexpensive AAA batteries
- Provides 360-Degree visibility
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See and be seen with PupLight®, the original LED Flashlight for your dog. The PupLight® uses three AAA batteries to light a path up to 30 feet ahead and make you and your dog visible during nightime walks, at dawn, dusk and even for locating your dog in the back yard! Slide the reflective collar over your dogs head, or add the flashlight to its current collar.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 9 x 8 x 2 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Item model number : 984498
- Batteries : 3 AAA batteries required.
- Date First Available : June 1, 2012
- Manufacturer : PupLight
- ASIN : B008EPFFBM
- Country of Origin : China
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
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#58,052 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
- #2,037 in Basic Dog Collars
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Press area just below the ON/OFF switch until gap appears. Gently pull apart the two halves. Place three AAA batteries in compartment. Align front and rear-edge grooves and snap halves back together. Make adjustments to collar so that the band is snug. For larger dogs, clip on the included band extension. Place band beneath existing collar or choke chain on the doubled up part of the band or instead, attach to existing collar.
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After about 9 weeks of night walks last winter, and into about 6 weeks of the second winter (it's dark a lot in the far northwest US), and the batteries are still going strong. Even after sitting in a drawer all summer long (I never took the batteries out). That's pretty amazing for batteries to last that long and maintain the brightness that it does. And these walks are about 30 minute walks, not just a brief 5-10 minutes. Great product!
When she didn't shake her head, it worked fine. If being luminous at night is your concern, dark or with street lights, your dog will be visible for sure.
I observed many passing motorists looking at my Heeler, intrigued! If your walking the dark woods at night, the light will actually provide lots of light without you having your own flashlight on. I would say the light shines at least 40ft ahead in complete darkness making things reasonably visible to see a BLACK cat. The light is adjustable by a pivot joint connected to the base that connects to the reflective-elastic collar. A screw head tightens or loosens to lock in where you want to point the light. This might be too cumbersome for dogs less than 15 lbs. FYI, eventually the elastic band will stretch to its limit over time and become useless. Reflective band reflects very well at night. You could probably use another collar but it depends on the thickness and width of the collar. You could use a dremmel to widen the slit where the new collar would run through. Lastly, when your dog is wearing the puplight, the light will be bouncing all over the place because of your dogs natural neck movements. Makes it that more visible!
UPDATE - I did hear back from the company. There is a 3 year MDG warranty so I'm sending it back for replacement. All good. I'm happy to be able to give this update since I do like the product.
The light has a friction hinge between the light body and the strap to let you position the direction of the beam. For some reason, our 90lb Doberman keeps moving in such a way that the light points up under his chin, not illuminating the walkway. So, it works for a few feet, but eventually points up and away from the desired direction. It would have been better to be heavy and act as a pendulum so it hangs down rather than requiring some sort of adjustment. You can't "lock" it in any direction, but the friction hinge isn't strong enough to hold it where it needs to be.
Not sure how long the batteries will last but it is probably not using a regulated LED circuit to maintain uniform light output.
Next time out, I'll probably hang the puplight on my whistle lanyard instead of on Brutus.