Dogtra Edge Dog Training Collar

Priced: $399.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Dogtra Edge Dog Training Collar -
System has a one-mile range, with nick and constant stimulation modes, and is expandable up to four dogs. Choose between the interchangeable rheostat intensity dial or selector step dial stimulation. LCD shows exact level of stimulation. Fully waterproof transmitter and receiver/collar. Built-in high-intensity LED lights on collar. Includes interchangeable contact points. Two-hour rapid-charge lithium polymer batteries (included). Includes carrying case.
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Dogtra Edge Dog Training Collar Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Active lab

Love the fact that this collar lights up, I have a black lab and camp a lot. Helps keep track of him at night. He's a waterfowl hunter and trains on the river, the collar held up to the abuse but had to send transmitter back in less then a year.
Dogtra honored the warranty but was still frustrating. I own 3 dogtra products and have sent them all in for repairs. My sportdog is about 18 years old and I've only replaced the battery.
Gundoghunter at Cabelas on 10/13/2013

Negative Reviews:

Save Your Money

I've been training Labrador Retrievers for over 40 years, and I've used many of the e-collars on the market. While this Dogtra Edge collar has some unique features like the night time strobe effect on the collar that can change colors and be turned on & off remotely, overall I feel this collar has been poorly designed. The remote transmitter is nearly 3 times longer than other brands which isn't comfortable hanging down your chest in a duck blind or during field training, The lanyard is attached at the top of the transmitter instead of at the bottom. This requires the user to first grab it and then turn it around 180 degrees to use the buttons and/or seen the illuminated screen. If the lanyard was attached to the bottom of the transmitter, the user could simply bring it up to eye level to use it. The biggest design flaw requires the user to first turn a little switch on the top of the transmitter to select the desired function (nick, constant, page, etc) AND THEN press the proper button on the vertical transmitter body. It's nearly impossible to pick up the transmitter, rotate it 180 degress, select the desired function with a switch, and finally press the button to execute the effect in the required timely manner. Try all this while wearing gloves in a cold duck blind. I sent my other brand collar in to be repaired and returned the Dogtra Edge to Cabela for refund.
americandoc at Cabelas on 12/24/2013