SpotLit LED Collar Light by Nite Ize- Pack Mom Approved

June 3, 2013 | By More

Around my house, keeping my family safe is a top priority.  Pets, child and husband.  Their safety is #1.  So, when it came to our nightly walks, I just didn’t feel comfortable in the dark.  I tried carrying a flashlight which was too bulky.  Other brands of attachable collar lights didn’t seem to WOW me.  I decided to product test the SpotLit LED Collar Light by Nite Ize for The Pack Mom site and had my fellow Pack Mom testers try it too.

The Spotlit LED Collar Light is officially Pack Mom Approved.  All of my testers have used the product for months and we all agree, it is hard to beat.

Product pros:

1.  Ambient light can be seen up to 1,000 feet

2.  Two modes:  Steady Glow or flash

3.  Available in multiple colors

4.  The carabiner makes it easy to attach

5.  20-25 hour battery life

6.  Battery is replaceable

Product cons:

1.  We found only one. SpotLit turns on and off by pushing down on the center of the light.  Some lights are really difficult to push and others are not.  It seems to be the luck of the draw.  We think that this might be an easy fix for the company.

Other Nite Ize Products

Nite Ize makes a similar product called the PetLit LED Collar light which turns on and off easily and comes in a variety of colors.  We like this product too.  It’s light range is approximately 100 feet and it works well for small dogs.

To learn about all Nite Ize pet products click here!

Congratulations to Nite Ize for making such a high quality yet affordable product (online cost is $7.19) and for being Pack Mom Approved!

Side note:  Both of my furboys, Abe and Chico, are a glow each night and we even have one clipped to our son’s stroller.  Love it!


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Category: PACK MOM APPROVED, Safety

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Jenn Fadal is a national Pet Wellness & Lifestyle Expert. In addition to being the founder of her own holistic pet boutique, Wag, this Tampa native can be seen frequently on Media General’s Daytime Television across the country, as well as on FOX, NBC and ABC. She is also a writer and subject matter expert for various publications.

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