The simple, straightforward PRO 70 allows intuitive 1-hand training and control with a range of 1 mile, so you don’t have to take your eyes off your dog. A top-mounted selection dial provides for 6 levels of stimulation for adjustability without complexity. Pro 70 can expand to train up to 6 dogs (additional dog devices required) and features remote-operated LED beacon lights on the dog device for low light conditions and built in BarkLimiter, activated on the dog device, for a quieter kennel.
The PRO 70 uses the tried and true tube-shaped design that trainers have come to love, but is easy to operate (and master) 1-handed so you can keep your eyes on your dog at all times, even while switching between stimulation levels and dogs. The stimulation level/tone/LED selection dial is at the top of the handheld unit, allowing intuitive operation. The multi-dog toggle switch and the color-coded buttons comfortably line up in the hand for fingertip control. A 2 1/2-inch fixed transmitter antenna eliminates the threat of a lost or broken antenna while delivering up to 1 mile range.
Choose from 6 levels of continuous stimulation or a tone setting for up to 6 dogs at a time (additional dog devices required; purchase separately). Stimulation strength has been increased at the top setting for enhanced effectiveness and choice over the entire range. You can also remotely operate the LED beacon lights, built-in to the dog device, to help locate your dog in low light conditions.
The handheld transmitters are designed to withstand all the blows, bumps, and sloppy conditions of training and hunting. The PRO 70 handheld itself is water-rated to IPX7. The transmitter and dog device both feature a long-lasting, rechargeable, lithium-ion battery. A battery life indicator on the transmitter and dog device lets you know when to recharge the system.
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