The Garmin Alpha 300 and Alpha 300i handhelds have been out for a few weeks now. Now that our staff has got more field time with it and we got to hear feedback from customers, we thought it would be a great time to make a breakdown of the difference between the Alpha 300 and Alpha 200 handhelds.
When it comes to Garmin tracking collars, we have seen a many different variants over the years. Starting with the DC20 way back in 2007, we have since seen the DC30, DC40, DC50, and then finally the T5 family of collars. For the last decade the T5 has been the go-to tracking collars for Garmin GPS systems. This is all about to change with the introduction of the Garmin T20 Tracking Collar.
We are excited to announce what we think is the biggest Garmin product release since Garmin’s launch of the Alpha 100 TT10 system over a decade ago. Introducing the TT25 Collar, T20 Collar, Garmin Alpha 300 handheld, and Alpha 300i handheld! The TT25 and the T20 collars have the most significant improvements that I think we have seen since the TT10 came out.
In this article, we will be breaking down the TT25’s new design features, like the replaceable GPS band, expended life battery pack, Wi-Fi software updates, colored beacon lights, and the new dynamic update rate. Along with these improvements, we will also discuss the new body design and charging clip.
The original Garmin T5 and TT15 collars first made their way to the stage in June of 2014. Many would agree that it’s time for Garmin to come out with an upgraded full size collar. With COVID-19 and the global computer chip shortage, it may have crushed any hopes of a new collar. As a response to the chip shortages...
With the launch of the new Garmin T5X collar, we would like to take the time to compare the new collar with its older version. Upon first glance, you will be able to see that the shell of the two units is virtually the same. The only identifying mark of the two Garmin collars is the serial number sticker...
With the introduction of the new Garmin TT15X collar, we would like to take the time to give you our first impression of the specs of the new TT15X collar compared with its older version. At first glance, it’s apparent that the shell of the two units is nearly identical.
Since the new Garmin Alpha 10 handheld was released, one of the most frequent questions that we got was, “How does the Garmin Alpha 10 handheld compare to other Garmin handhelds?” In an earlier article, we covered the Garmin Alpha 100 vs Alpha 10 handhelds, but now it’s time to discuss the differences between the Garmin Alpha 10 and the PRO 550 Plus handhelds and help you decide which one would fit your needs the best.
Thanks for joining us today; we are Steven and Eric from Lion Country Supply. Today, we are excited to talk about Garmin’s brand new product, the Garmin Alpha 10. We are going to share some features with you today, how it works, some functionalities, and some of our experiences that we have already had with the device just to give you guys some good information on Garmin’s new product.
With the new release of the Garmin Alpha 10 handheld, we thought it would be the perfect time to compare the Alpha 100 with the new Alpha 10. In our opinion, customers are going to most likely have to decide between the Alpha 100 and Alpha 10 handhelds as they are the most similar in functionality and features.