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400 YARD DOG REMOTE TRAINING 7 LEVEL SHOCK VIBRATI&hellip by Aetertek
I have had this thing for about a month and it has worked flawlessly.

I do have some notes though.

The transmitter is a little on the large size. It doesn't fit into a pocket or pouch very well. It does come with a lanyard for around the neck, but I find that awkward and I removed it.

The buttons all stick out of the transmitter, and if you are not careful they can bump things and be pressed inadvertently. There is a level of protection by turning the intensity dial to 0. But the dial can rotate inadvertently too. Just be careful, or it could screw up your training plan.

I don't like how the collar beeps when you turn it on. It sounds almost… Read more
Garmin Oregon 450 Handheld GPS Navigator (Disconti&hellip by Garmin
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars GPS, Jan. 21 2011
Over all I'm happy with this model of GPS. I am a little disappointed in the road maps included with it. Pretty sparse. But I didn't buy it for roads anyway. It just sucks that you have to drop another hundred or two on a map pack if you want accurate road maps. That said, this little baby can take any jpg image and float it over the base-map. So for example, you can take a photo of a map you may have, and line it up using Google earth, and it will show up in your GPS accurately. I have done it, and it is a fairly simple process.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No disappointments., Jan. 21 2011
This thing worked just the way I wanted it. I am using a 5D MK II, and I purchased it in order to to time lapse videos. Much cheaper than the Canon TC-80N3 model. Very happy. I don't know how long it will last, but it feels pretty solid. Required 2 AAA batteries.