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  • Dogtra 2700 T&B - Train and Beep System

    • Dogtra 2700 Train and Beep

      The Dogtra 2700T&B e-collar is specifically designed for upland hunting, giving you the control and locate-ability on long-range bird dogs with its 1-mile range.

      The 2700T&B gives you the ability to track your dog with three beeper modes: Point-Only, Run/Point, and Locate. Equipped with the new Accelerometer sensor, the 2700T&B gives you the enhanced ability to accurately track, detect, and monitor your dog. The 2700T&B comes with 127 Nick/Constant stimulation levels for accurate control, the new HPP (High-Performance Pager) vibration system, and Enhanced Contact Points.

      The 2700T&B also offers a unique single-body, downward-facing beeper horn that is built into the receiver to eliminate the bulkiness and risk of catching on obstacles, like fences, when in the field.

      Need a two-dog system, check out the Dogtra 2702TB.


      Replacement Accessories:

      Dogtra 2700 3 Inch Replacement Antenna

      Dogtra 2700 Wall Charger

      Dogtra 2700 Vehicle Charger

      • 1 Mile Range
      • High Output
      • Nick/Constant/HPP Stimulation
      • 127-Levels with LCD Screen
      • Receiver and Beeper Horn
      • Adjustable Sound Level
      • Fully Waterproof (IPX9K Rating)
      • For Dogs as Small as 35 pounds.

      Updated Receiver/Beeper Horn (Compared to the 2500 T&B):

      • 3 beeper mode: ‘Pointing’, ‘Pointing & Running’, ‘Locate’.
        • Automatic ‘Pointing’ or ‘Pointing & Running’ beeping motion alert via built-in sensor.
        • ‘Locate’ beeping via transmitter input.
      • New accelerometer sensor, advanced 3-axis sensor for improved accuracy, to determine ‘Pointing’ or ‘Running’ motion.
      • New HPP (High Performance Pager) vibration feature.
      • Nick/Constant stimulation with Advanced Contact Points.
      • Compact, single-body receiver/beeper horn design.

      NEW transmitter (Compared to the 2500 T&B):

      • New transmitter design
      • Locate, Pager, Nick/Constant stimulation buttons
      • Beeper alert for Pointing Only or Pointing & Running
      • Adjustable sound level
      • 1-Mile range


      This unit has been tested and has received a waterproof rating of IPX9K. The Ingress Protection (IP) rating classifies the level of protection provided by the exterior casing and electrical enclosures against a variety of elements. Dogtra's IPX9K rating has been specifically tested for waterproof protection. This unit was tested at close range using powerful water jets with high pressure and high temperature over various points. 

      • Transmitter
      • Receiver
      • Battery Charger and Splitter Cable
      • Test Light
      • Belt Clip
      • Owner's Manual
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