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Just been to get one of these instore at Pets At Home so thought I would post it up

Not everyones cup of tea but I have these for my dogs on the dark nights and think they are great, especially if your dogs run around like my 2 springers

The reviews online are not great but thats because people are stupid and don't strenghten the obvious week spot on the link.

Never seen these reduced and looks like instore only, hope this helps someone

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Flashing Red, white and blue LED
Visable for up to 1/2 a mile
Waterproof
Also comes with a set of extra batteries
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#1
Great find and nice to see a caring one at that!
#2
Got some of these a couple year ago for my dogs,and they are ace, especially if you live out in the country where there are no street lights,i dont go out at night without them on
#3
Great find!!just what i need when the dopey dog decides to go catch rabbits when its pitch black!!!
#4
99p store sometimes sell these
#5
99p store sometimes sell these
#6
ye I seen a few designs of these are some are good and some not so good

I won't lie I have had a few of these until I realised the nack to stop them going missing

Change the link for a much stronger one
#7
cocobwoy
ye I seen a few designs of these are some are good and some not so goodI won't lie I have had a few of these until I realised the nack to stop them going missingChange the link for a much stronger one

I leave mine attached to the leads so i dont loose them
#8
They're cheap and if you take them out at night its responsible to get them so nice find.
#9
Are these any good? I normally get these ones that can be seen from a mile away, but they're not actually that great, maybe time for a change!
3 Likes #10
If you're buying these in the hope of swallowing them to make your poo light up don't bother, it doesn't work.
#11
bigjeremy
99p store sometimes sell these

how much for :)
2 Likes #12
im sorry but it does work .
Bleary123
If you're buying these in the hope of swallowing them to make your poo light up don't bother, it doesn't work.
#13
ralphie
Are these any good? I normally get these ones that can be seen from a mile away, but they're not actually that great, maybe time for a change!

Yes they are good
#14
I have one that cost a fiver for my Westie, it's super bright and flashes red and blue so she looks like a mini Police dog coming in the distance :D
#15
These are pretty good, but I'd recommend the collars instead. I purchased a reflective yellow collar a few years back, with a ring of about 12 flashing red lights. Still works now, and it's great.
#16
TANeilson
ralphie
Are these any good? I normally get these ones that can be seen from a mile away, but they're not actually that great, maybe time for a change!


Yes they are good


Cool thanks, might give them a go... cheers OP!
#17
pretty cool
#18
Going to get a couple for my Black Lab. It's impossible to see him on a night!
#19
This is really good blinker. Paid £2.99 for it.

Unfortunately lost the blinker part as there is no on/off switch and you are just supposed to unscrew it until blinking stops. Don't unscrew too much or the blinker falls off.
#20
Might get one for our cat but we have bought 4 collars in 2 months.

Think some idiot is nicking them.
#21
Quietus
These are pretty good, but I'd recommend the collars instead. I purchased a reflective yellow collar a few years back, with a ring of about 12 flashing red lights. Still works now, and it's great.

The collars only work on short haired dogs,these work on all dogs,just clip to the collar and it dangles and can be seen
#22
i have had 2 of these for my 8 month old collie....

Bright and great, but they come undone and fall apart and its not on the link, its where you turn it on and off.... Not just me that has had problems either, i know lots of people that got fed up with them!

I use a collar that has a run of LEDs inside far better, doesnt come undone and emits a glow that can be seen a distance away....
#23
You may all laugh but we put these on our young kids jackets when we went to Disneyland Paris for Xmas a few years ago. It made me feel easier when there were loads of people around especially during the later afternoon parades. I was paranoid about the kids getting lost !!
#24
miniteens
You may all laugh but we put these on our young kids jackets when we went to Disneyland Paris for Xmas a few years ago. It made me feel easier when there were loads of people around especially during the later afternoon parades. I was paranoid about the kids getting lost !!


Give them a balloon, easier, more visible and less freaky looking.
#25
TANeilson
Quietus
These are pretty good, but I'd recommend the collars instead. I purchased a reflective yellow collar a few years back, with a ring of about 12 flashing red lights. Still works now, and it's great.


The collars only work on short haired dogs,these work on all dogs,just clip to the danglies and it can be seen


I must be tired, but I misread your post.
#26
Blinking good.
#27
99p delivered else where.
#28
they have these in my local pound shop. I have bought them before from a pet shop (for much more money); fall apart far too easily. Your'e better off looping a high-viz armband with red flashing lights (from Poundland - not sure how much it cost!) through the dog's collar. Also far more visible.
#29
good idea . i went the other way when i had my Sam when he went his own way and 'dam the rest of you' when he was an old boy. I got a bell and put that on his collar, so however dense the trees you could always zero in on him and his latest adventure.
#30
dyanisis1978
im sorry but it does work .
Bleary123
If you're buying these in the hope of swallowing them to make your poo light up don't bother, it doesn't work.

I must have got a faulty batch then.
#31
go on website dealextreme they cost about 80p and are shipped for free from hong kong
#33
$1.90 delivered here http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.5718
postage slow though

mtaylor10
go on website dealextreme they cost about 80p and are shipped for free from hong kong


$1.90 delivered here http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.5718
postage slow though
about £1.20ish
#34
cold, they sell them in both poundland and poundworld, and to be honest they're pretty crap! I've been through about 4 and the light bit always gets lost as you unscrew it to turn it on. Best off with a collar that lights up!
#35
rubbish turns off by unscrewing and it falls off design flaw flash great untill you loose um
#36
I guess it's a deal if you exercise your dog in the dark and they're very easily spooked and run off, for their safety? Maybe better for cats let out at night?

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