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Nite ize Spotlit LED Dog Collars Light

A beacon for your Beagle, a lantern for your Lab, a signal for your Scottie. These lights for your dogs collar have come highly recommended!

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Nite ize Spotlit LED Dog Collars Light

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Clip the lightweight, durable, weatherresistantNite Ize SpotLit to your four-footed friend's collar, and you'll be able to easily see him or her in the darkest night-and so will everyone else within 1000 feet of the little guy. The battery-powered LED emits a bright ambient glow, perfect for those pre-dawn or after dark outings.

Choose from two modes that are simple to activate-press once for a steady glow, twice for continuous flash-and you not only help keep your pet safe, you'll also be able to identify him clearly from a distance. If you have two dogs then you can use the steady glow on one and the flash on another to make it easier to indentify whos who. If you have four dogs there are two colour options (red or white light). The light attaches to the D-ring of the dog collar or harness with a secure stainless steel spring clip.

Don't forget to decativate "test mode" before using after purchasing (full instructions on how to deactivate below)

The battery run time is approx.20 hours on Glow Mode and approx. 25 hours on Flash Mode. Batteries are included and they are easily replaceable.

The SpotLit features a durable stainless steel carabiner clip and easily replaceable batteries and the Dimensions are 2" x 1.25" x .75".7

If you feel the Spotlit is too big for your smaller breed dog you may want to consider the Nite ize Clip Lit instead.

Available in various different colours: red, white, lime green, pink and orange

HANDY FAQS

My SpotLit automatically turns off after about 1 minute. Do I have a defective product?
No. This product has a "Try Me" mode which allows customers to see the glow and flash modes for 30 seconds before turning off automatically. This feature allows the SpotLit to be tested in stores without having the batteries drained from products being left on.

There should be a yellow sticker inside or attached to your SpotLit with instructions. To deactivate, you simply press and hold down the switch. It will first go into the glow mode, then flash rapidly. Keep pressing down firmly until it shuts off on its own. (It is important to continue pressing down and wait for the rapid flash to shut off on its own.) This process will remove the "test mode" and allow you to use the product normally.

What type of batteries does the SpotLIt use?
When your battery gets low, it can be replaced with two 3V Lithium 2016 coin-cell batteries.

Can my dog go swimming while wearing the SpotLit?
The housing that protects the LED module and on/off switch is weather resistant, meaning that it can be exposed to light rain, dust and snow. We do not recommend that your dog swim while wearing the SpotLit. If your dog does fully submerge the Spotlit, please remove it and let it completely dry before activating the device.

Brand Nite ize

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