Today we'll be reviewing the WIEZ Wireless Dog Fence.
Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!
- Collar made from ECO friendly TPU material
- Large boundary size
- Dust proof rated IP65
- Waterproof rating IPX7
- Fast charging times
- 2-1 boundary & training system
- Good price
- Short product lifespan with some units
- Poor instructions
- Some faulty units reported
WIEZ Wireless Dog Fence Product Review
Here we have another highly rated device in the WIEZ wireless dog fence, with an abundance of impressive features and consistently rated 4 stars and above. The WIEZ is off to a flying start!
First in its arsenal of features is the 2-in-1 Dog Fence Wireless System. WIEZ boasts of being the first to adopt this system. In layman’s terms, all this really means is that the 2.4G frequency technology should provide a more stable and accurate signal transmission, while at the same time it can also be used as a dog trainer.
The dog training mode has three functions, sound, vibration and static warning. Each of these features has 1-6 action duration adjustment as well as a linear control range of 984ft.
Range wise, in terms of the wireless boundary fence, the control diameter can be set from 98ft all the way up to 1,968ft. So, no matter the terrain, as long as the fence is set outside, if your dog decides to go for a little wander out of range, a sound will signal from the receiver, followed shortly after by a very mild 3.7V electrostatic shock, hopefully that should be enough to tell your dog it should retreat back inside the fence perimeter.
One of the strongest features of the WIEZ wireless dog fence is its build quality, WIEZ has really thought about this, especially in terms of the dog collar. Made from ECO-friendly TPU material that should safely dissolve after 5 years, we can’t praise WIEZ enough.
Waterproofness is another strong point, with the WIEZ collar boasting of being IP65 dust-proof as well as IPX7 waterproof which means this collar can be used safely in most wet environments and rainy conditions.
Additional features of the WIEZ wireless dog fence come in the form of built-in rechargeable batteries, with the receiver charging in 2-3 hours and the transmitter charging in around 4-5 hours. When the power is low, the indicator light will flash to remind you the battery needs charging, if the collar does not work or is extremely low, it will automatically enter standby mode which can be maintained for up to 6 months and will only awaken when it senses movement either by the dog, or the owners touch.
All in all, the WIEZ wireless dog fence is another excellent option in the wireless dog fence market.
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