Motorola Deluxe Remote Pet-Training System
Make Your Good Dog Better
You don’t need to be right next to your dog as you’re training it to obey your commands. Instead, attach the collar unit to its collar, and you can use the remote to help teach your pooch to sit, stay, and come. Thanks to the push-to-talk functionality between remote and collar unit, you can issue orders without having to scream them across the yard.
Three Training Modes
- Warning tone
- Static correction with 15 levels from gentle to firm
Good to Know
- For pets weighing more than 20lb.
- Range between remote and collar unit: up to 460’
- Water-resistant collar
- Built-in collar low-battery indicator
- Condition: new
- Product dimensions:
- Collar unit: 3.13”x1.63”x1.25”
- Collar strap: 27”x1”
- Remote: 1.75”x0.75”x6”; 0.2lb.
In the box: Remote trainer unit, pet collar unit, power adapter (for charging collar unit), two AAA batteries (for remote), nylon collar strap, two pairs of collar contacts, user guide
In 1928, the first east-west transatlantic flight widened the horizons, making it easier than ever for people to live far from home or travel far from a jury summons. 1928 also saw the birth of the Galvin Manufacturing Organization, which would later change its name to Motorola. Its production lines bristled with wireless car radios and military transponders, all designed to connect Motorola customers near and far. In 1969, “far” took on a whole new meaning when Neil Armstrong used a Motorola transistor radio to communicate humankind’s first words from the moon’s surface.
Today, Motorola presses forward in their quest to keep people connected. Thanks to the company’s research, cell phones shrank in size until they were razor-thin, and now its Droid smartphones keep social media, email, and texting at customers’ fingertips.
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