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  • SportDOG Tek 2.0 Locate Only Extra Collar

    • SportDOG TEK 2.0 Locate Extra Collar

      The TEK-2L Extra Collar allows you to add a Location Only collar to your existing TEK 2.0 system. In terms of range, accuracy, and reliability, the TEK Series 2.0 Tracking System surpasses every other system on the market.


      • Range: Up to 10 miles using HopTek technology.
      • Expandable System: Expandable up to 21 dogs.
      • Waterproof: DryTek waterproof and submersible to 25 feet.
      • Dog Size: For dogs 8 pounds or larger with neck sizes 10.75” – 23”.
      • Batteries: Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. Charges in 4 hours, lasts about 24 hours per charge.


      • GPS Collar on Black Collar Strap
      • Charge Cradle
      • Charging Adapter
      • Pink and Green Dog Color ID Bands
      • USB Cable
      • Desktop Software


      Receiver without strap – 3.70”L x 1.54”W x 1.54H

      Compatible Devices:

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