Play ball with your pooch even after the sun's gone down with this light up dog ball. Rechargeable by USB, there's no need or batteries, simply charge via USB and your ball will stay lit for up to seven hours! Long lasting and tactile for your dog's mouth, this sturdy ball lights up green when touched lightly for 30 seconds at a time and automatically goes off when not in use saving on power. To activate, simply use a coin to twist the cap off revealing the on/off switch and the USB charging port. Now you can exercise your dog even on the darkest of nights and even track where they are with this fantastic light up ball!
Reviewed 23 September 2019 by Ash
Bought this last year for our dog but there are some much needed improvements. The cap never fit flush (always looked cross thread due to a miss-molded). But our shepherd brings it to us to play and hes not damaged it at all. Really rugged!
It says 30 seconds here, but its 45. its also not touch sensitive but with movement. so if it bounces on landing etc. You wouldn't think it long enough at a park but it is more than long enough with our ball lobber for our shepherd to chase.
The battery doesn't get any where near 7 hours of use off a charge at all. half hour at the park every night and it'll need charging more than once a week but its so easy to charge I just bung it on while I have a coffee when I get home to warm up and its charged again.
Only problem is that it hasn't even lasted a year (haven't used over the summer so only a few months use really) It has started randomly turning on and off with bounces rather than holding on or off :(
Reviewed 28 October 2016 by Paula
As the meteor ball is out of stock and they always break quite quickly after the seals broken on battery change so USB would be brilliant
However.... A ball which only stays lit up for 30 seconds after it has last been touched will be lost quickly!
They need to be lit up still after they've been thrown or dropped so that they can be found easily in grass on dark walks!
2 stars for having the idea of using a USB like my dogs light up collars...