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Post by Kell on Sat May 25 2013, 09:59


Looking for a new lead today and saw these. Has anyone tried either of them?

http://www.ezydog.com.au/vario-4-multi-function-leash/

http://www.ezydog.com.au/vario-6-multi-function-leash-snap-clip/
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Post by Guest on Sat May 25 2013, 10:02

I've not used the ezydog one, looks great though, I've got a similar police training one from eBay Smile

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Post by Guest on Sat May 25 2013, 10:03

I haven't, but they're expensive, aren't they?

I prefer the softex police-style leads myself.

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Post by Kell on Sat May 25 2013, 10:21

Caryll wrote:I haven't, but they're expensive, aren't they?

Cost for the 4 is about $40 Australian dollars (£26.oo) and the 6 is a little more I believe
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Post by Kell on Sat May 25 2013, 10:24


Thanks Hayley and Caryll Smile

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Post by Guest on Sat May 25 2013, 10:28

This is the one I use, but I'm not sure if you can get it in Australia?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Long-Softex-Soft-Police-Dog-Training-Lead-4-Colours-/270749444111?pt=UK_Home_Garden_Kitchen_Steamers_Cookers_PP&var=&hash=item3f09eca80f#ht_2211wt_758

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Post by Kell on Sat May 25 2013, 10:38


Thanks Caryll - doesn't look like it but I will do a search and see if I can find another site that does Smile
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Post by Annie and Maxi on Sat May 25 2013, 11:10

Kell wrote:
Looking for a new lead today and saw these. Has anyone tried either of them?

http://www.ezydog.com.au/vario-4-multi-function-leash/

http://www.ezydog.com.au/vario-6-multi-function-leash-snap-clip/

I have the vario 6 and I absolutely love it!!! Well worth the money!
It is double so extremely strong.
I use the long length when we are in grass areas, then easily swapping to the short on for when on paths and sidewalks. (You can use three different lengths). I also use the handsfree version for our runs in the morning.

I rarely do but it is also perfect if you need to tether them somewhere as you can adjust the length you wanna give them.

I'm sure you can find cheaper similar ones on ebay and amazon though but this one is extremely good quality and I think it is well worth the money!
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Post by Kathy on Sat May 25 2013, 16:02

Looking them all I would probably go for the Softex one as it would be safer on my hands, the tape one tend to rip my hands to shreds.
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Post by Guest on Sat May 25 2013, 22:05

Don't rate ezydog overpriced IMO

I have a very similar double ended police lead, that cost about a fiver from ebay

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Post by Kell on Sun May 26 2013, 08:40

Annie and Maxi wrote:
Kell wrote:
Looking for a new lead today and saw these. Has anyone tried either of them?

http://www.ezydog.com.au/vario-4-multi-function-leash/

http://www.ezydog.com.au/vario-6-multi-function-leash-snap-clip/

I have the vario 6 and I absolutely love it!!! Well worth the money!
It is double so extremely strong.
I use the long length when we are in grass areas, then easily swapping to the short on for when on paths and sidewalks. (You can use three different lengths). I also use the handsfree version for our runs in the morning.

I rarely do but it is also perfect if you need to tether them somewhere as you can adjust the length you wanna give them.

I'm sure you can find cheaper similar ones on ebay and amazon though but this one is extremely good quality and I think it is well worth the money!

Thanks Annie Smile
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Post by Kell on Sun May 26 2013, 08:42

Kathy wrote:Looking them all I would probably go for the Softex one as it would be safer on my hands, the tape one tend to rip my hands to shreds.

Thanks Kathy Smile The softex ones do look a little gentler.

ella wrote:Don't rate ezydog overpriced IMO

I have a very similar double ended police lead, that cost about a fiver from ebay

Thanks Ella - looking around to see what we can get down here Smile
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