The Garmin Tri-Tronics PRO 550 remote trainer has a built-in bark collar plus beacon lights and 21 levels of momentary or continuous stimulation. This is an extremely versatile, top of the line remote training collar that will work for any type of dog you may have and the training you may need. Whether you need this for day to day obedience training or in the field as an avid field professional who needs advanced field work and training with your working dogs, the Garmin Pro 550 will fit your needs.
Beacon Lights - Controlled by Remote.
Built In BarkLimiter Feature.
21 Stimulation Levels
Toggle Switch to Change between PT 10 Collar Dog Devices.
Expandable to 3 Dogs (additional receiver purchases required).
Which Tri-Tronics collar does this replace or is comparable to? Tri-Tronics Pro 100, 200, 500, Field 90, Flyway and Upland Specials.
Who does this collar work best for? This collar works for a number of different dog types. Trainer/Competitors find this collar to be a versatile tool that suits their particular training style. Waterfowl hunters also like this collar because they can easily control their dog with low, medium and high stimulation levels without changing settings. Lastly, Upland bird hunters are drawn to this product because they can track their dog with the Upland Beeper.
What radio frequency does this collar use? The Pro 550 uses the 27MHz radio frequency.
Does the receiver need to be on for the beeper to work remotely? Yes, the receiver needs to be on the collar for the beeper to work.
Lion Country Supply is proud we are now accepting trade-ins on Tri-Tronics and Garmin E-Collar systems, extra collars, and handhelds. The trade-in value you receive will be used towards the purchase of a brand new Garmin, SportDOG, DT Systems, or Dogtra system through Lion Country Supply. We will be accepting both working AND non-working electronics. Please include chargers and accessories if available. More information on the trade in program see, LCS Trade-In Program.
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