Three modes in one collar, all with waterproof protection. The DT H20 1850 Plus remote trainer comes with nick or continuous stimulation, a beeper/locater, and three functions for the beeper: locate, run-and-point mode, and point-only mode. The locate button will make the dog training collar unit beep when pressed, the run-and-point mode features different tones when the dog is on the move or on point, and the point-only mode beeps only when the dog is on point. The beeper is controlled from the handheld transmitter and is audible up to 450 yards away. Expandable to 2 collars, this unit has a 1 mile range and 16 different levels of stimulation. Electronic dog training collar weighs 3.9 lbs. Imported.
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Customer Reviews for DT H20 1850 Plus
Review 1 for DT H20 1850 Plus
June 24, 2015
"I am mainly using this collar to be able to locate my dog if he runs into the woods. The beep was way too loud for my dog so I used a friend's suggestion and put duct tape over the sound piece. Now, the tone is just right. Works great!"
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Review 2 for DT H20 1850 Plus
April 10, 2015
from Raleigh, NC
"This was my first e collar purchase for my new GSP. Simple operation and effective range. Love the locate tone to find her in deep brush and when she will not respond to my whistle. A nick from the #9 setting gets her attention. I have not used the point tone as of yet. On the second day of use she went in the pond after some geese. Love the waterproof features. There is some difficulty in putting the rubber plugs back in the charging plug holes. Time will tell on how long they will last."
"This is my first e-collar and I couldn't be happier. Holds up very well to all the abuse my 2 year old English Setter can put it through: swimming, lying in mud and charging through the woods, etc. Tone is very loud and can be heard a ways off, holds a charge well and the range is amazing. I've yet to have my dog too far off where I can't call him back (knock on wood)."