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    SportDOG 425 C Wetland Hunter Extra Collar

    • SportDOG Camo Extra Collar

      The original Collar Receiver for WetlandHunter® 425. Add another dog to your current SportDOG Brand® electronic training collar system.

      Compatible with:

      • FieldTrainer® 425 and 425S
      • SportHunter® 1225, 1825
      • WetlandHunter® 1825
      • ProHunter® 2525
      • HoundHunter® 3225
      • UplandHunter® 1875

      Feature Highlights

      • DryTek waterproof and submersible to 25 feet.
      • For dogs 8 pounds or larger with neck.
      • Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. Charges in 2 hours, lasts 50-70 per charge.
      • Low battery indicator.
      • Dimensions (without strap): 2.60"L x 1.30"W X 1.23"D

      Package Contains

      • Receiver on 3/4" Collar Strap with Realtree Max-5 Camo Finish
      • Charging Adaptor
      • Long Contact Points
      • Operating Guide
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