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  • Adventure Lights Guardian™ Expedition - Blue

Guardian Dog Safety Light - Blue

Quick Overview

The Guardian in blue is the lightest, brightest and toughest LED dog safety light in its class.
£15.00

Availability: In stock

Only 2 left

Guardian Dog Safety Light - Blue is available for purchase in increments of 1

Details

Guardian Dog Safety Light - Blue (batteries included)

Light Colour: Blue
Visibility Range: 5km in darkness
Battery Life: Flashing: 250 hours / Steady-on: 100 hours
Size: 41.0 x 52.3 x 31.0mm
Weight: 20g / 0.7oz

Trusted by professional trainers and pet owners, this dog safety light is omnidirectional, meaning it's visible from all sides. This makes it ideal for training and walks in dark and low visibility conditions.

The bright LED light is durable and extremely impact resistant, ensuring that it still functions even during vigorous activity.

It is also lightweight enough to attach onto collars and dog harnesses and will not restrict movement.

Product Features:
  • Belt clip included
  • Batteries Included
  • Omnidirectional (visible from all sides)
  • Two Settings: Steady-on or Flashing
  • Easy to turn on and off
  • Lifetime LED (rated at 100,000 hours)
  • High impact resistance with an extra tough optical dome
  • Operates in temperatures from -40°C to +50°C
  • Optional base units and attachments allow easy fastening to clothing or equipment

  • Other Available Colours:
  • White
  • Yellow
  • Red
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Additional Information

    SKU AL-54002
    EAN Code 627569000038
    Status Enabled

    To adjust the velcro chest strap developed by Julius-K9® in 1997, open it and loop it through the oval ring which is on the front side of the harness.

    harness-adjustment-instructions

    Close it on the inner side so the velcro's hooks and loops are facing each other. Set between the minimum and maximum length settings, the chest strap can support several times the dog's weight.

     

    harness-adjustment-instructions

    TAKING YOUR DOG'S MEASUREMENTS CORRECTLY

    Taking thorough measurements of your dog is essential for choosing the correct harness size. Place 4 fingers behind the front legs to find where to measure the chest (girth) for harness sizes 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4, and 2 fingers to take measurements for sizes Baby1 and Baby2.

    harness-adjustment-instructions

    PUTTING THE HARNESS ON YOUR DOG

    Before putting on the harness, it is very important to adjust the chest strap and the lower strap under the chest correctly. If the straps are too loose, the dog might be able to back out of the harness. When the lower strap under the chest is too tight, it is 'merely' uncomfortable for the dog.

    When the chest strap is too tight

    When the chest strap is too tight, the buckle rubs against the dog's skin in the armpit area, which can cause chafing. If the lower strap under the chest is adjusted correctly, there should be enough room for you to fit your fingers between the dog's back and the harness.

    SECURING THE HANDLE

    SECURING THE HANDLE

    The handle part on the IDC® Powerharness has 4 di erent fastening options. It is possible to secure only the INOX® ring or only the handle, or both, or neither. Handles on IDC® harnesses (sizes Mini and Mini-Mini) and K9® harnesses can be secured/covered up with velcro, thus minimizing the risk of the dog getting caught on something by the handle part. This is especially important for dogs running free.

    IF THE DOG BACKS OUT OF THE HARNESS

    WHAT TO DO IF THE DOG BACKS OUT OF THE HARNESS?

    In case your dog attempts to slip out of the harness by backing out of it, or tries to pull its head out of the collar, avoid pulling the leash.



    CHOOSING THE CORRECT HARNESS SIZE IS ESSENTIAL FOR A SAFE AND COMFORTABLE USE



    Choosing the wrong harness size

    Warning!

    Choosing the wrong harness size, as well as incorrect harness adjustment and collar use may result in the dog slipping out of the harness or the collar. If the harness is too small, the chest strap puts pressure on the dog's neck instead of distributing it over the chest area. Choosing the wrong harness size may result in injury.

    The right harness size

    The right harness size should leave the dog with enough room in the shoulder area and it should be able to move its legs freely. If the harness is too big, the dog might step over the chest strap with its front legs. JULIUS-K9® holds no responsibility for any injuries resulting from choosing the wrong harness size or incorrect harness adjustment.

    WASHING INSTRUCTIONS

    Do not Machine wash! Hand wash. Maximum temperature 40°C or 105°F. Wash separately!

    WASHING INSTRUCTIONS

    EUROPEAN PATENT OFFICE REGISTRATION NUMBERS

    U09 00241, U10 00002, 001632258-0001 402010004256-0003, 402010005060-0006, 402010005060-0007, 402010005060-0008 402010005060-0012, 012040382 402010005060-0012