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  • SportDOG Sport Trainer 875E

    •   SportDOG Sport Trainer 875E

         The SportTrainer® 800 m Remote Trainer from SportDOG® Brand excels in all environments and is especially suited to upland and multi-dog hunting situations. The palm-of-the-hand sized model is designed for field training and hunting with close-working dogs and features waterproof/submersible technology for both the Remote Transmitter and Collar Receiver. The remote training collar offers up to 10 levels of continuous and momentary static stimulation. Vibration and tone-only stimulation options are instantly available in every mode of operation. With SportDOG® Add-A-Dog® extra Collar Receivers, the system can easily be expanded to control up to 3 dogs, while keeping full functionality of vibration and tone stimulation options for each dog. Low battery indication and a 2 hour recharge time for both the Remote Transmitter and Collar Receiver means the SportTrainer® system is always ready for a training session or hunt.

         SD-875E Features and Details

      • 800 Metre Range

      • 10 Instantly Selectable Static Stimulation Levels

      • Vibration and Tone Options

      • OLED Display Shows Stim Level, Stim Mode, And Battery Status

      • Expands To 3 Dogs With Purchase Of Additional Add-A-Dog® Collar Receivers

      • Comfortable, Soft-Coat Finish

      • DryTek Waterproof Design Technology

      • Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries Charge in 2 Hours; Last 50-70 Hours Per Charge

      • For Dogs 3.6 Kilograms or Larger, With Neck Sizes 12.7 CM - 55.88 CM

      System Includes

      • Remote Transmitter
      • Collar Receiver with Orange Collar Strap
      • Wall Charger
      • Test Light Tool
      • Lanyard
      • Long Contact Points
      • Quick Start Guide

        Part Number Description UPC Single/ Master Single Pack Dimensions L x W x H Item Weight Master Pack Quantity Master Pack Dimensions L x W x H Master Pack Weight

        SportTrainer® 800 m Remote Trainer

        7-29849-16034-7 20-729849-16034-1

        17.0002 cm x 7.9985 cm x 24.8031 cm

        0.7049 kg


        19.05 cm x 17.78 cm 27.305 cm

        1.6098 kg


        SportTrainer® 1200 m & 1600 m Add-A-Dog®

        7-29849-11942-0 20-729849-11942-4

        9.2075 cm x 12.3825 cm x 19.05 cm

        0.4989 kg


        20.32 cm x 18.7325 cm x 14.2875 cm

        1.202 kg


        SportTrainer® Remote Beeper Add-A-Beeper™

        7-29849-13761-9 20-729849-13761-5

        8.9916 cm x 10.4902 cm x 11.5062 cm

        0.3447 kg


        24.993 cm x 11.9888 cm x 11.2014 cm

        0.7983 kg

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