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The Upland Hunter's remote trainer and beeper all-in-one, with a one mile range and audible up to 500 yards.
From the big, wide open of the prairie to the thick tangles of the northern alder swamps, keeping tabs on hard-running pointing dogs calls for unique gear. The UplandHunter system fills that niche.
This is the pinnacle of SportDOG Brand efficiency. A situation-programmable transmitter controls a compact, waterproof collar receiver and at the same time remotely operates a rugged, waterproof, audible beeper. Control and flexibility are always at your fingertips. Like all SportDOG Brand systems, the UplandHunter is easily expandable to multi-dog use with Add-A-Dog collars.
Expand this unit up to 3 dogs by adding an extra Collar and Beeper/Receiver for the SD-1875 collars.
Download Manual - SportDOG Upland Hunter 1875 User ManualFeatures
- 1 Mile Range
- 2 Hour Charge
- Waterproof Technology
- Expands to 3 dog with Add-A-Dog Collars (sold separately)
- 7 Levels Continuous and Momentary Stimulation
- UplandBlaze Orange Finish
- Vibration and Tone Options
- Choice of 9 Tones
- High Volume Beep
- High Volume Hawk
- Double High Beep
- Bob White Quail Call
- High Falling to Low Beep
- Triple Beep
- Double High Falling to Low Beep
- Low Volume Beep
- Low Volume Hawk
- Remote transmitter
- Collar Receiver
- Belt Clip
- Long contact points
- Extra collar strap (orange)
- Test Light
- Beeper Charge Cradle Connector
- Charging Cradle
- Operating guide
- Basic Training DVD and Manual
- Excellent productBy:David Lazicki
I have used this hard since receiving it and works as advertised. It really is easy to set up once you get used to the buttons. Love the hawk scream. Gets those pheasants flying instead of running. (11/5/2018)
- luv itBy:Camella Irish Setter
My IQ is up by 30 points, and I am ready to go to medical school :) I am only nine months old with lots of energy. My muster tried on himself first to understand level of stimulation. I am happy with level 2, but I do prefer when my muster whistle first. (5/5/2016)