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Your dog has a habit of leaving the house and taking a dump in the vacant lot two blocks away after dinner every night. And you’re cool with that — saves you from having to clean up. Problem is, he doesn’t always go straight home right away and you’ve had to get out to look for him more than a couple of times. Here’s a way to make finding your pooch just a tad less of a chore: the Glowdoggie.

A collar with built-in LEDs, it makes finding your dog during nighttime a lot easier. Just find where the colorful light source is, follow the path and you’ll find the wayward mutt. Unless a leprechaun stole the collar, of course. At which point, horror commences.

The GlowDoggie’s body actually looks like those tube-type bike locks, except with LEDs installed inside them. All electronic components are safely nestled inside the durable tube, making the assembly long-lasting and waterproof for all-weather use. The tube comes in bright translucent colors which, coupled with superflux LEDs, enable high visibility under low-light conditions.

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Originally posted by Cris Zimermann on January 1, 2014 in Inventions.


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