PetSafe Cinch-It Collar, Large, Orange Peel
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- Micro-adjustable, perfect fit using ratchet-and-pawl technology
- Hypo-allergenic against bacteria
- Stain and odor resistant
- Quick-release is protected by slide lock, keeps collar from over-tightening
- D-ring for tags or leads
Inspired by the ratchet-and-pawl technology from the skiing and snowboard industry, the Cinch-It collar is micro-adjustable at 4 mm for the perfect fit. Designed with a rugged and durable material that is 100 percent non-toxic, waterproof, easy-to-use, comfortable and fun.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
As I recall the collars--for the brief time I had them, the colors are bright and great and the way they lock on and off makes them a breeze to use. I like the fact that the excess length of the collar goes underneath, as opposed to flapping around on the outside like most collars. That gives them a nice, clean look. They seem to be very well made. Trust me--through all the pulling and cutting we ended up doing as a result of the Dogtra unit fitting too tightly, these collars are TOUGH!
*Also not a critique of Dogtra e-collars; I bought 2 and I think there was some confusion--perhaps on my part. The Dogtra company was very accommodating and easy to work with. Problem solved and I am pleased with the product.
We've had our same cinch-it collar/receiver units for almost three years and they are still working out great. We've never had problem with them loosening up on their own. We haven't had to change batteries in the receiver units yet, I do know that I would have to destroy the cinch-it collars in order to change batteries. For the years of convenience we have enjoyed though, it would be well worth it.
If I were to do it again, I think I would use my hand plane to shave down the cinch-it collar a bit before pulling it through the receiver unit.
One of our dog club members has a Tritronic e-collar and he was able to fit the cinch-it through his receiver unit fairly easily (he used soap but he said it wasn't that difficult to do so).
We've never tried using them as a regular collar though. My dogs always have leather flat collars on for us to attach leashes to.