Garmin Alpha 100/TT 15 GPS Bundle Dog Tracker

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Description

Know the location of your sporting dogs even when they’re out of sight with the Garmin Alpha 100/TT 15 GPS Bundle Dog Tracker. This multi-dog track and train system combines Garmin GPS with Tri-Tronics electronic dog training technology in an easy-to-use handheld device. The Alpha 100 comes preloaded with TOPO US 100K maps and updates positions every 2.5 seconds so you can always stay aware of your surroundings. Complete with 18 different training levels plus tone and vibration alerts, this system makes it easy to train and correct behavior while out in the field. An excellent tool for hunting with others, you can use multiple devices to pinpoint the location of up to 20 dogs or fellow hunters over a nine-mile range on a glove-friendly touchscreen.

Key Benefits
  • Keep track of up to 20 dogs or fellow hunters in a nine-mile radius.
  • 18 different training levels can provide continuous or momentary stimulation depending on needed behavior correction or training methods.
  • Included tone and vibration alerts ensure you’re aware of your surrounds to keep you safe.
  • Keeps track of your dogs’ speed and distance traveled.
  • Comes preloaded with TOPO US 100K maps.
Precautions

TT 15 is only compatible with the Alpha 100 and Astro 320. TT 15 can be configured for operation with either handheld, but can NOT be tracked simultaneously by both the Alpha 100 and Astro 320. Withstands pressures equivalent to a depth of 10 meters.

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  • Item Number
    196222
  • Dimensions
    2.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches
  • Weight
    8.8 ounces
  • Range of Coverage
    9 miles
  • Estimated Battery Life
    Remote - 20 hours; Collar - 30 hours
  • Lifestage
    Adult, Puppy
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Closure Type
    Buckle
  • Collar Type
    Remote Training - Noise, Remote Training - Static, Remote Training - Vibration
  • Features
    Long Prongs, Outdoor Use, Multi-Dog System, GPS
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Recommended Pet Age
    All Ages
  • Compatibility
    Rechargeable
Instructions

Choose from 18 levels of continuous and momentary stimulation or a tone and vibration setting for up to 3 dogs (additional dog devices required; sold separately).

  • Position the device at the front of the dog’s neck, with the status LED facing toward the dog’s chin and the contact points against the throat.

  • Tighten the strap so that the collar is snug around the dog’s neck and fasten the buckle.

  • With the buckle facing outward, insert the end of the collar strap through the slot of the collar device.

  • Pull most of the collar strap through the two slots on the dog device.

  • Insert the end of the collar strap through the slot on the opposite side of the device.

  • Pull the strap until it is tight across the front of the device.

NOTE: The collar should fit tightly and should not be able to rotate or slide around the dog’s neck. The dog must be able to swallow food and water normally. You should observe your dog’s behavior to verify that the collar is not too tight.

Size
Size Neck Size Collar Width
One-Size6 - 27 inches 1 inch
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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Have used this system heavily for years !

    By RRMM on Oct 19, 2021

    Bought my first system I believe 6 years or so ago and now have 2 transmitters and 6 collars.. Have used it for hunting and for allowing our hounds etc to get out and about on our property, so these are used every day . Dogs have been trained to return at the warning beeps from the collar so when they get to far out a couple beeps will turn them back and a few more will bring them home.. The Transmitters have held up very well one reason we have 2 is that their batteries don't last as long as the ones in the collars when new about 18 hours less as they age, now about 10-12 hours..Also easy to change these out so you can carry a spare or two. We have replaced collars over the years only one Bought my first system I believe 6 years or so ago and now have 2 transmitters and 6 collars.. Have used it for hunting and for allowing our hounds etc to get out and about on our property, so these are used every day . Dogs have been trained to return at the warning beeps from the collar so when they get to far out a couple beeps will turn them back and a few more will bring them home.. The Transmitters have held up very well one reason we have 2 is that their batteries don't last as long as the ones in the collars when new about 18 hours less as they age, now about 10-12 hours..Also easy to change these out so you can carry a spare or two. We have replaced collars over the years only one that was still under warranty and that was free the others I'd say they have held up on average at least a year and a half to 2 years each, we started with TT-10s and now have all TT-15s these have all seen very heavy use - all day every day . Unless they have changed their policy in the last year , you can send an out of warranty broken collar back to Garmin and they fix or replace it at a very reasonable cost . Best system I've ever used , cost a bit but is more than worth it.. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Very poorly made. Touch screen is a horrible idea

    By Patte219 on Jun 5, 2021

    I bought mine about 2 years ago and have had 1the alpha 100 transmitter epaired or replaced twice. It has died again. In every case it has been the touch screen that has gone out. Garmin's quality control on these units is horrible and I've wasted a LOT of money on this. I can't recommend it and regret buying mine. Garmin does not stand behind the product.

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