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Educator ET-300TS
Date Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Educator ET-300TS
Manufacturer: E-Collar Technologies

Product Description: E-Collar Technologies' Educator ET-300TS is a ½-mile remote trainer loaded with unique features making it a humane and effective trainer, according to the manufacturer. The ability to set the boost level from 1 to 60 allows the user to tailor the boost stimulation to their dog's temperament; smaller dogs typically need 1 to 20, while bigger, more stubborn dogs require the 20 to 60 boost range, the company states. The “lock and set” feature is designed to greatly reduce the chances of overstimulation by allowing the user to lock in a desired stimulation level. It comes with a night tracking light controlled by the transmitter, allowing the user to flash or continuously light up the collar receiver, the manufacturer adds.

Website: www.ecollar.com

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