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    Came across this the other day, while looking for a new 2-dog system. Has anyone tried the new Einstein e-collar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken McNutt View Post
    Came across this the other day, while looking for a new 2-dog system. Has anyone tried the new Einstein e-collar?
    Is this like the tone on the Dogtra collar? You first have to teach the command simultaneous w/tone to the dog. Bit more to teaching so the dog understands what you want. Certainly worthwhile if you prefer to use no Ecollar. The Ecollar is more straightforward to teach. IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken McNutt View Post
    Came across this the other day, while looking for a new 2-dog system. Has anyone tried the new Einstein e-collar?
    I have one. I like it. It seems very reliable; its power doesn't fade with the batteries, so it's consistent; it fits in my hands well; the dial locks; the momentary is momentary, and the continuous is sensitive/accurate; the transmitter is supposed to float, though I haven't tried it out and don't really plan to. The hot is probably way way way too hot for any creature, but I'm a softee and not ashamed to admit it, so others may feel different.

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    I am dealer for them. I use the WF-1200-TS with my Labs. I like the ability to choose either nick with a boost or constant with a boost or nick and constant. It also has Vibration mode that pulses. It has a light on the collar that is controlled by the transmitter. the battery life has been unbelievable at this time. I use it everyday on 4-6 dogs and charge it on the 5th or 7th day. I have used other brands, but for the money, this is the best.

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