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gman2002

sportdog prohunter 2400 e-collar reduced to 150.00

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With a 1-1/2 mile range and a waterproof receiver, this training collar can handle almost any training or hunting situation. This model boasts the key features of the SportHunter SD-1200 plus a few extras for increased performance. The conventional tubular design makes the transmitter more ergonomic and user-friendly. And, with a 1-1/2-mile range, it can handle most any training or hunting situation. A separate tone-only button lets you correct your dog without the need for stimulation. Ten levels of intensity on the top dial let you customize the settings. With the two-button design, you can choose among a low, medium and high stimulation for each setting on the dial (low and medium only, on nick mode). A switch allows for quick changes from nick to continuous. All buttons are guarded to protect against accidental stimulation. Both the receiver and transmitter are fully rechargeable. comes with a nice case. used but in real nice shape. about 2 years old

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Does this have the page or vibrate feature?

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it has the page feature , which is usually all it takes

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this is a nice unit guy's .dropped to 150.00

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