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Thread: Wich one, Garmin sport, Dt 1810 H2O or Dogtra 1900 NCP

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    Default Wich one, Garmin sport, Dt 1810 H2O or Dogtra 1900 NCP

    Long story short a friend of mine works for a sporting goods store and is going to be moving to a new job, at this moment he can get me his employee deal on my e collar. Of the above listed collars which one should I get if I decide to take advantage of this deal and not have to pay retail.

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    I was given a Dogtra 1900 that was about 5 years old. I used it for another 4-5 years and gave it to a nice lady from RTF who had her collars stolen. It still worked fine but the charging port was tweaked. My vote out of that group is definitely Dogtra.

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    TT Pro 100 G3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Lietzau View Post
    TT Pro 100 G3
    Sporting goods store probably doesn't carry the Pro series.

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    It is a hunting and fishing store similar to Cabelas. I just can not say which as he could get in trouble. I think the do have the Tri Tronics pro's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majja13 View Post
    It is a hunting and fishing store similar to Cabelas. I just can not say which as he could get in trouble. I think the do have the Tri Tronics pro's.

    the only other one in the Valley is that new monster of a superstore from the midwest named Scheels, cant wait to check it out this spring
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    the only other one in the Valley is that new monster of a superstore from the midwest named Scheels, cant wait to check it out this spring
    If it is Scheels, they would have the TT Pro. I vote a Pro 200 or Flyway over the others listed. If TT is not an option, Dogtra.

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    Not Scheeles but heading in the right direction. If you are familiar with SLC it is the one in Midvale and my buddy works at their distrabuition center. Thanks for the info guys, I will need to get over there and see what other models they have.

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    NEITHER: go Tri-Tronics and you won't regret it. I like the Pro 500 or 200. Tip: The TT Flyway is the EXACT same collar as Pro-200..only cheaper. Call TT and ask them. I did.

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    My third TT was a lemon and I switched to Dogtra 1800's about 10 years ago. The best collars I've owned overall, but now discontinued.

    The new model TT Flyway has a lot going for it (esp the three levels at the button), but the transmitter is bulky and it has a LOT of buttons and switches to get used to.

    I don't think you'd be disappointed in a Dogtra 1900 or 3500 or one of the TT Pro series. When my 1800's die, I don't know which I'll get. The Delta Sport is interesting, but I haven't tried one. The Einstein collars might be worth a look.

    Lots of choices, few side-by-side comparisons...

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