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Dual Function Guardian Dog Light
Date Posted: Friday, January 18, 2013
Dual Function Guardian Dog Light
Manufacturer: Adventure Lights

Product Description: Adventure Lights' Dual Function Guardian Dog Light, available in five colors, is waterproof to 300 feet, impact-resistant and able to withstand extreme temperatures, the manufacturer reports, adding that each light comes with a battery pack (2 x 2032 lithium), locking belt clip and Velcro collar attachment, which allows for multiple attachment options to virtually any collar type. Pet owners can change functions from steady on to strobe by flipping over the battery pack. There is no switch to break, as the light is easily activated by a twist of the lens, and when being seen is a priority, the light will flash for up to 240 hours or 100 hours of steady on, the company adds. The product weighs less than 1 oz.

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