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The Nite Ize Nite Dawg LED Light-Up Dog Leash adds a bit more safety and a lot more imaginary sword fights to your evening or morning walks.

Your dog will be stoked to know he's walking with a legitimate Jedi when you head out for an evening jaunt with the Nite Ize Nite Dawg LED Light-Up Dog Leash. Less light saber and more light safety, this LED-lighted leash sheds a little extra light on any evening walk. The Nite Dawg LED Light-Up Dog Leash lights up using an illuminated polymer LED core wrapped in durable nylon—no motorist will miss its bright red glow. The five-foot long leash is visible up to 1000 feet away, and the weather-resistant battery housing comes with a 150-hour, replaceable battery.

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Nice to have for running

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought this leash, since my pup and I do a lot of late night walks and running. It's nice to have! Has two different modes: blinking and just the standard constant light. Downside, like someone else said, the light only is half of the leash. Also, I wish the light was a lot brighter so that it was way more noticeable.

Nonetheless, good buy!

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Night Time Visibility.

Great for walking a pooch at night. Lights up with a flashing light or steady light, and has a reflective strip.

Only downside is the reflective strip and lighting element only go half way down, not all the way. Paired with the Nite Ize Nite Dawg LED Light-Up Dog Collar it makes a great combination.

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Does anyone have a weight on this one, not...

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Does anyone have a weight on this one, not the item, but what size dog it will hold. My dog is normally very well behaved, but sometimes, the hidden rabbit gets her attention