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SportDog SD-425 Camo Field Trainer - WetlandHunter

by FieldTrainer

Price: CDN$ 272.32
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Product Features

  • Expanded to control up to 3 dogs
  • 500-Yard range
  • RealTree Advantage Max-4 camo finish on transmitter, receiver and collar
  • All components are waterproof and submersible
  • FREE Charger included

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Item model numberSD-425CAMO
Weight815 grams
Brand NameFieldTrainer
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BIUAYA2
Best Sellers Rank #38,963 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight567 g
Date First AvailableNov. 13 2012
  
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Product Description

The SportDog SD-425 Camo is dedicated to waterfowlers and is completely waterproof, submersible and extremely rugged for use with swimming dogs. It also features a very compact size which makes it perfect for smaller dogs or where space is at a premium. Comes with full Realtree Max4 camo finish on collar, transmitter and receiver. The 100% waterproof, very compact and lightweight (3.2 oz.) transmitter will easily fit on a lanyard (supplied) or in a vest pocket. The new SportDog SD-425 Camo can be expanded to control 3 dogs by adding aSportDog Add-A-Dog collar. This collar weighs only 2.8 oz., making it one of the smallest on the market. Tone or vibration is also available in multi-dog use because of the V/T position on intensity dial.

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Amazon.com: 4.9 out of 5 stars  28 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My recommendation April 3 2013
By Chunk - Published on Amazon.com
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Update: 6/17/13
I definitely recommend this system. I use it with my Chocolate Lab that is about 6 months old and he is doing great. After the initial period where he was confused by this thing vibrating on his neck, he put two and two together and now works great off leash. I love that I can vibrate, tone and shock with one collar.

In my two months of testing with my pup, I only found one flaw with the system. The electrical stimulation is very harsh! I can't use any level besides 1 on the momentary setting. If I use anything else he will yelp. The continuous setting hits a lot harder than the momentary so I basically can't use that at all. I can't see any situation that I would ever need to use level 3 let a lone level 7!

*Update 8/21/13 - I emailed SportDog and asked about the intensity levels. They directed me to the exact spot in the manual with instructions on how to lower the intensity. I guess I just never saw that part when reading through the manual.

All in all, still great! Just train your dog to respond to the vibrate or tone and use the electrical as a last resort.
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Original review:
I love this collar system. I only received it this morning but I love it so much I thought I needed to review it based on my initial impressions. Also, seeing as there are only 2 other reviews (as of 4/3/13) I thought another review would be helpful for prospective buyers.

I have owned an SD-400 for about 2 years. It is a great product and I loved it, but always wished it would vibrate instead of beep. When I got a new puppy I wanted to add a collar, however, if I did so I would lose the ability to use the tone feature. I saw this SD-425 Camo and was sold! This is basically just an updated version of the SD-400.

Pros:
Vibrate feature as well as tone. With only one dog you essentially have 4 features you can do. Tone, continuous, momentary AND vibrate.
Small compact receiver
Light weight transmitter. Only 2.2 oz. I thought it was defective at first because it was so light. I thought they forgot to put my battery inside!
Li Ion batteries!!! Used to take 24 hours to charge the SD-400. Now, only 2!!!
50-70 Hours of use on single charge according to my manual

Cons:
Outside of transmitter is very slick. My SD-400 has a rubbery feeling to it which I think is better than the SD-425 Camo
Ability to add-a-dog but the additional collars are almost as expensive as an entire system

Not pros or cons:
The lanyard is redesigned. I like how it has a quick detach buckle, however, I liked the old ring and metal clasp. Combine the old lanyard with the new and they will have a winner.

All in all, I love this and am excited to start training my new pup. Based on my experience with the older SD-400 I would recommend this to a friend. If anything changes I will update my review.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a Godsend! June 12 2013
By H. Chinansky - Published on Amazon.com
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People will cringe, but I Have 3 dogs & I don't like leashes! OMG! Especially in remote areas. Two of my dogs are rescued from the pound. One male was 3 yrs. when I got him, he's now 6 & listens fine 95% of the time, but he cannot always be trusted, such as if we come upon a car, or wild animals, or sometimes people. Also he was teaching my other 2 dogs his bad habits. I know he knows the "N" word NO & that he wants to be good, but sometimes he just can't help himself. Thats when SportDog comes in handy & snaps him back to being a good boy! And not in a cruel or bad way. I've trained him that theres an escalation, first he gets the voice command & a beeping, if he doesn't respond to that, then theres a vibrate "nick"(a quick vibe) & if still no response, he's really out there into his prey mode, he gets the steady vibration & then it goes up to the #1or lowest level of shocks. But anymore I rarely have to use anything at all, as I've noticed many other reviewers mention. And I never have to go above the #1 lowest setting (the thing goes up to 7 plus a whole other level of 7 more settings) he's a new guy! I used to be apprehensive about who or what we may encounter on our walks because at a point I honestly had NO control of him, if he wanted to take off & chase or intimidate I couldn't stop him & it could be embarrassing. I got plenty of lectures from frightened irate people & I couldn't blame them. I first got the collar & read the training manual & watched the DVD & thought this might not work for my purpose (he's not a hunting dog!) but I decided to try it anyway. I don't know the psychology behind it but I know he immediately responded & came right to my side. You would think he'd run the other way but he doesn't seem to associate me with whats happening on his neck. I'm not sure if it's fear but I'm positive it's not painful because I can use the #1 setting on my finger tips. Anyway I'm very happy, it rarely needs to be charged & the range seems to be very good, I don't know about the 500 yard mark as he never strays that far away. It's like I now have a remote controlled dog!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just what I wanted Aug. 26 2013
By Chris Lian - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I was looking for something with a small remote transmitter and would teach me the basics of using the collar. I was pleased with both and would recommend this product to anyone. The one thing that I did find (like most of the other reviews I've read) is that the levels of shock are extreme. I would only use level 1. My dog jumps everytime I use it, so I try to stick to the tone and vibrate.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome collar June 17 2013
By farmerCHIC - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This remote trainer is a great upgrade from the sd 400! The 425 has a sleeker look, longer range, vibrate/tone button, sold!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Work! June 5 2013
By Obie The Great - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This piece of equipment has been a game changer with my Walker Hound. It is pretty long for large breeds and enough holes on the collar for a small breed. It also, charges pretty quickly. Loving it so far!

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