TagWorks Sport Collection Personalized Collar ID Nameplate
Popped right off rivet...useless
I always used standard tags but the store was out of all the small sizes for my new puppy so I reluctantly tried this riveted one instead.
The engraving was beautiful, even though it is a tiny tag you could read it clearly.
I put the holes in the collar as instructed which put a snag/run in the nice, new collar and I was already not very happy. Then I carefully pushed the tag all the way down on the rivets making sure it was flush with the collar and placed it on a solid flat granite counter. Then I struck the first rivet with the hammer as instructed...the tag popped up in the air. The rivet had flattened perfectly but went right through the hole in the tag.
I always shied away from this kind of tag because I was worried over time this might happen, but never expected it to happen immediately.
I am going stick with good old-fashioned hanging tags from now on!
March 15, 2014
This product it's exactly what I was expecting and even more. Perfectly fitting on the collar with it's included rivets so the tag stays in place.
The engraving was also as ordered: no flaws at all.
February 26, 2014
Exactly what I wanted
Needed a tag for our cat's collar that wouldn't hang or make noise and this plate is perfect. It is flat and well made. I got only two lines of print (cat's name and our phone number) since the plate is small (as it must be to fit the collar width.)
February 14, 2014
Good job, but VERY tiny.
If you get this item, I recommend you get only 2 lines of inscription: name and phone. I got 4 lines and the plate is so small, the text is so small it's very hard to read. It's neatly engraved and all text is correct, so it's not really their fault.
You have to install the plate on to the collar (not provided). It required poking 2 holes into the collar and banging a little rivet through each one. It's wasn't that difficult, but inconvenient and maybe too difficult for some. It is a great way to make sure the plate stays on, though.
November 3, 2013