Nite Dawg® LED Pet Leash

Illuminated by a super-efficient LED, our Nite Dawg Leash turns your walk in the dark into a (safe and visible) walk in the park.

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For even greater visibility, you can pair the Nite Dawg Collars with this leash featuring a bright red LED.

Product Information

When you're walking or running your dog before sunup or after sundown, you sometimes worry that other people and cars can't see you coming. Unless, of course, you're using the Nite Ize Nite Dawg LED Dog Leash. With its 18-inch flexible, LED light-transmitting polymer core and a reflective stripe for passive reflectivity, this leash makes both you and your furry friend's presence obvious to everything on-coming, from dusk till dawn.

Made of high-quality, durable nylon and measuring 5 feet in length, the Nite Dawg leash features a weather-resistant, enclosed switch that allows you to choose illumination modes (glow or flash). Its efficient LED has a life of about 100,000 hours, and a replaceable 100-hour battery is included. Secured to your dog's collar with its strong, rotating spring clip, this leash provides visibility through endless late-day, late-night, and early morning outings. (Doubly effective when paired with the Nite Dawg Collar.)

Product Details

  • Bright Red LED Illumination
  • Reflective stripe adds passive reflectivity
  • Glow and Flash Mode
  • Battery run time:
    Glow mode: 75 hours
    Flash mode: 100 hours
  • Easily replaceable 1 x 2032 3V lithium battery included
  • Features high quality red webbing
  • Leash is 5' long with 18" of LED illumination
  • Dimensions: 60.25" x 1.44" x 0.61" | 1530.35mm x 36.66mm x 15.66mm
  • Weight: 4.90oz | 139.00g

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  • stefanie
Friday, September 5, 2014
I believe the strip is near the walker to protect the walker if the dog leash is fully stretched out with the dog on the opposite end. I have 2 dogs brown and black. I use the full led color on o e dog and the clip on for the other. I would suggest using them together. Ps. We have no street lights and cars go by at 45 miles an hour even though spped limit is 30mph. These products are a life saver without having to hold a flashlight or get blinded by my husbands head lamp!

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    • Dezi Byrd
    • Ocala, Fl
    Saturday, April 26, 2014
    Having two of these, & walking my dogs almost every night, I'm thinking if the strip of light was at the other end of the leash, closest to the dog, it would b better seen & better used!!sort of reversed from the way they r now!! If u decide to give this a try I'd like to know, & see if it's better!! Thanks!!

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      Product Ratings and Reviews

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      4.5 out of 5 stars
      • stefanie
      • 9/5/2014
      I believe the strip is near the walker to protect the walker if the dog leash is fully stretched out with the dog on the opposite end. I have 2 dogs brown and black. I use the full led color on o e dog and the clip on for the other. I would suggest using them together. Ps. We have no street lights and cars go by at 45 miles an hour even though spped limit is 30mph. These products are a life saver without having to hold a flashlight or get blinded by my husbands head lamp!
      • Dezi Byrd
      • Ocala, Fl
      • 4/26/2014
      Having two of these, & walking my dogs almost every night, I'm thinking if the strip of light was at the other end of the leash, closest to the dog, it would b better seen & better used!!sort of reversed from the way they r now!! If u decide to give this a try I'd like to know, & see if it's better!! Thanks!!