The range is 1 mile and the radio frequencies for PRO 550 are 27MHz. The built-in BarkLimiter has 21 levels of stimulation and can be used to control the levels on the handheld. The vibrating pro adds a vibration control option for training. The accessory for the Upland Beeper is called the UPLAND BEEPER PRO 550. The PRO 550 handheld, dog device, black collar strap, AC adapter, charging clip, contact point set, and manual are included. The design is classic and rugged. Train with stimulation and tone.
👤Very pleased with the results. I have 2 Dogo Argentinos, one male and one female. They play hard. Rolling around in a rocky desert environment that has destroyed several collar attachment. I like the idea of a training collar that is durable and functional. I need vibrate mode to recall the female. The male is very strong willed and responds well to light stimulation occasionally. It depends on the distraction. The tone is used for praise along with petting and verbal praise. It seems to reinforce what you are doing. I had a less expensive training collar that took forever to replenish. It seems that the charge of the Garmin will last forever. Even when the lights are on! It is very quick to charge them. Never more than 2 hours. It takes a little getting used to finding the right button or switch. The stimulation level is hard to see in low light. The click method was used to choose the correct setting. Count the clicks clockwise to select the stim level. It would be great to have a preset for each dog. When both dogs are on the run, going from one to the other can be difficult. I don't use them for hunting because we have a lot of wildlife around that they like to chase. I ordered a second one that looked the same as the first one. It doesn't matter how well it stays on. If you put them on correctly. They work well. I am very satisfied with this product. Many people think that the collar your dog is wearing is cruel. I want my dogs to experience a life as free as I can make it for them, and I love them so much that I want them to run, play and experience a life as free as possible. It's important to use the product correctly.
👤I have set my mind not to use the shock feature unless I absolutely had to. I give a sound and then vibrate. These features alone can help us train our two pitbull/husky mix dogs. The "V" for vibrate is set by turning the intensity dial to zero. The dial reads v1234. If you have to turn the device up to give a shock, you must turn it back down. I would like to see the vibrate have its own button. I like the bark limiter but it's not something I need right now. I had to put the longer probes on for the dog with the shorter hair because it didn't make sense. After 4 or 5 weeks, everyone is very happy.
👤I have had this unit for 3 years and a third replacement battery. Sometimes the remote doesn't start working, but I get about a year before that. The light on top of the remote is red when this happens. A test with garmin shows a battery issue. My father's version of the same collar has been in his possession for 20 years. I was told by the person on the phone that there was a different battery used for the Garmin version. I have received conflicting instructions from the company. When the unit dies, some say to charge. The batteries always seem to fall out regardless of my charging technique. If you're looking for a long haul unit, go for a different one.
Alpha 100 has a 3-Inch glove-friendly color touchscreen. Track and train a combination of twenty dog devices from up to 9 miles away. The map includes terrain, topo elevations, summits, parks, coastlines, rivers, lakes and more. There is optional map data that supports it. A built-in barometric altimeter and electronic compass.
👤I use this for hiking. It gives me a good idea of what's going on. There are lots of places to take your dog hiking off leash in Seattle. My dog and I enjoy the freedom of hiking. My dog likes to hunt for rodents in the forest while we hike. She gets more exercise and stimulation if she is on a leash. She is in great shape because of it. She knows where I am when we hike and rarely goes off more than a few hundred feet. If she sees a deer, she goes for up to 5 minutes. After the chase, she was able to find me until she got lost. She ran after a deer and I kept hiking, thinking that she would find me as usual. She headed in the wrong direction because she couldn't find me. I was worried that I would never see her again after searching for her for an hour. It's a really bad feeling. I found her waiting next to my car at the trailhead, 2 miles from where we separated. I decided to invest in the Alpha after that traumatic experience. It has been great. Even though she is not always in my line of site, I can still keep track of my dog. If I can't hear or see her, I no longer have anxiety. She is not called out to make sure she is by. She keeps track of where I'm located by not calling out to her. She could hear me from further away if I called out to her. She has not gotten lost since I started using the Alpha nine months ago. I don't hike without it. I gave it 4 stars because it takes a while to lock on to a signal when you first turn it on. The screen should be a bit larger and the hand held part is bulky. The technology seems to be a bit old fashioned. The handheld and collar are waterproof. I'm not sure what the range is. I tested it in my neighborhood and it tracked up to 2 miles. The 9 mile estimate is only possible in ideal conditions where there are no trees, buildings or hills between you and the dog.
👤The older Astro that I owned for 3 seasons broke, but I still own it. The Alpha was bought a few months ago by me. I use it for upland game hunting. The measurement of elevation gained for my own hiking was incorrect, overstating the amount of climb that I hiked on a typical day. The system worked well, tracked the dog well, and the shock function was adequate, but occasionally my pointer would ignore it even at the highest setting. The locator sound on the Dogtra collar is what makes me use both collars. The dog on point feature stopped giving me an alert when the dog first went on point, but then stopped showing the dog's position even if it was on point. It created a lot of confusion because I didn't know if my dog was on point or not. The GO TO wouldn't lead me back to my truck after the malfunction. I was stuck in a zoom out mode that made it impossible for me to zoom in to see myself and my truck on the map. I couldn't navigate to my truck. I found my way back using landmarks and memory. After 3 months of use, I decided to return it to Amazon. This was outside of the 2 month return policy, but Amazon honored the return. I liked the unit so much that I wanted to buy a new one. I will update after I use it.
Long range and long battery life. The My Pet Command high quality training kit can be used remotely to assist in everyday training. It's as simple as pressing a button with Long battery life when you want to train your dog to stay or return. The training shock collar is safe and effective. It is important to make sure that your dog won't be harmed. You can choose from up to 10 levels of shock and sound levels to suit your dogs and Breed Types. The Plastic Prongs can be used to turn the collar into a non-SHOCK function. The collar fits the neck sizes. There are bright BEACON lighting night lights. If you turn on the beacon flashing night lights from your remote, you will be able to see and keep track of your dog up to 300 yards away. IPX7 waterproof COLLARS are highly durable and fully waterproof. The My Pet Command dual training collar makes it easy to take your dog to the beach or lake. Your dog can swim and play in the water up to a depth of over 3 feet. The Remote Control is waterproof and can be used outdoors. You can train your dog in any weather condition. There are a pair of plastic prongs with the collar and a pair of metal prongs. There is a test bulb and a remote strap. A bonus whistle for dog training. You can find extra collar on Amazon.
👤I live on a farm with animals. I used to have a border collie who was great with herding livestock and I didn't have to do anything to train her. I got a labrador retriever and thought I could use her for hunting and livestock. She was hard to train and was very high energy. She was all over the place. I kept her under control with this collar. She comes running home when I press one button. I used to have to listen for her bark to find her at night, the beacon light is awesome. I can now see where she is at night time, and I can sit on my porch to see it. She loves chasing ducks on the pond, and has worn this collar several times in the water, and it is still working great. It has been a great tool and seems to be very comfortable on my dog.
👤There are different types of training collars. All were bought from Amazon. We took them out and tested them side by side. The collar was the winner. By twice. It was the only collar that gave us some contact. The other three collar all lost contact in a big road dip, but this collar kept contact so it was a bonus. MyPet seems to be working on building better products and improving the product options as opposed to just buying stuff and selling it on Amazon. The remote is hanging around my neck. It is difficult to lose the remote as I have with other collars. The remote seems waterproof and is a bonus over some of my other collars. It is recommended.
👤I adopted a dog last year. I tried different kinds of leashes and collar as recommended by dog trainers. My dog is still pulling despite the training. It is understandable that he is young and high energy. I decided to get a collar that would hold the leash and it made a difference. I wanted to train my dog to go off-leash so that I wouldn't worry about him running away. My dog is very social and likes to french-kiss everyone. He wouldn't come back to me when I tried off-leash at a park. I looked into e-collars again after a friend recommended them. I compared several e-collars in different price ranges on Amazon. I used Fakespot to make a decision. I decided on the e-collar set because of the distance. When there were cheaper e-collars, I went for it, even though I was worried about spending $120 on an e-collar. The manual was a bit confusing for me when I received the e-collar set. The devices were charged for 3-6 hours. I got the hang of it after a few days. The lowest setting has been used so far. I tried the "shock" on myself first so that I know what it feels like before I try on my dog. It felt like a strong shock but it didn't hurt me. The modes are beep, vibration, and shock. You can change the levels of strength, which are 1-10, 1 being the lowest and 10 the strongest. I broke down the instructions in a way that was easy to understand. I only have one dog, so I only use "A." Hopefully this helps. To adjust the strength, press the + or - button first to the desired level, and then press either the bell icon or the shock icon, I only use the button with single lightning bolt. Press A once to flash the light of the e-collar. Press and hold A for a few seconds until the e-collar starts flashing. It is not very bright. It's something. It's useful in the dark. I looped the excess collar back to the buckle to not have to cut it off. After you get the hang of it, it's pretty easy to use. There are different settings and levels. Up to 3 dogs can be used with remote. The extra e-collars have to be separately obtained. The light will flash green when charging, so it's convenient to use. There is peace of mind for off-leash training. It works for me. My dog has been good to not run off. I am still training him in a less distraction environment. The charging ports are covered in rubber. The rubber pieces don't stay in place after the cable is plugged in, which makes the devices vulnerable to liquid damage. The rubber pieces of the e-collar are pretty flimsy and water may get into the charging port areas. I would like to see the battery percentage or power. The lanyard for the remote is very flimsy. The little hole in the remote is small. I would like it to be bigger so that a thicker string can fit through it. The manual was confusing. I only press the buttons if my dog doesn't listen. He's been great so far. I haven't had to use it a lot, but it definitely gives me peace of mind to have the e-collar on him whenever we go out for a walk, visit stores, or go to events just in case. I would run and test if my dog would chase me. It helps with the off-leash training for me. It is up to you, your dog, your patience, the amount of time you have for training, and how often you enforce the trainings, even if some people and some professional dog trainers advise against e-collars. If you want to know what the e-collar feels like, try it on yourself first, and don't abuse your dog with shocks. I haven't tried the e-collar/remote for the entire 1.25 miles yet, but I plan to once this COVID-19 pandemic ends. My dog and I miss the open fields and dog parks. Stay safe!
There are levels of fertility. There are 18 levels of momentary and continuous stimulation. The range gives you 1/2 mile range to correct your dog's behavior in the field. Training configurations are used for different behavioral issues. Train 1, 2 or 3 dogs are settable on the handheld. The dog device has a water rating of IPX 71.
👤I am one of those people who reads reviews and tries to find the best quality without spending a lot of money. I've tried cheaper e-collars and yowza and they feel like they're being poked with a cattle prod. I went to Barton Springs with my dog. I forgot that the receiver was waterproof and the remote was water resistant. The replacement remote is worth it even though it came in at about $100. The system delivers mild corrective pulse in humane and moderate amounts. I learned not to skimp on this product, which is one of the quality lesser known products. Replacing this remote is worth a lot of money.
👤This worked well as a replacement for the remote. It works well with our collars. This system is great for training dogs in wild areas.
👤It is easy to link with a collar. Works well.
👤I have been using The Delta XC for almost two years and it has never let me down. The batteries for the transmitters and the collars are very reliable. I would recommend this to anyone who is a beginner or expert. I don't have to buy a new set if I purchase the transmitter.
👤The old remote was about 6 years old. The plastic coating on the remote could have worn off over time, causing it to stop working. The new remote was as advertised and it only took seconds to program. I am very happy with the remote.
👤It was used to replace the original. It's easy to program to collars. Would recommend.
👤The problem is my receiver, so it needs to be returned. It works well.
👤We lost the original control and the replacement doesn't seem to work with the collar.
You can charge two devices at the same time. connect 2 to 1 The package weight is 1.0 lbs. Taiwan is a province of China.
👤A generic power cord will work with a gps device. The newer models tell you the cable won't allow traffic alert. The cable extension talks with a device.
👤It seems like it's the same thing as my Garmin dual plug cable.
👤This one works the same as mine.
👤You will wonder why you didn't use them sooner once you have them. When packing, I free up a lot of space on the wall by charging a lot of collars at a time.
👤It works perfectly with our 5 year old Delta Sport.
👤Good stuff from Garmin. It's perfect for dual charging.
👤It was nice to only have one outlet.
👤This is the exact same thing as the splitter that came with my Alpha 100. After about a year of use, one of the cables that came with my unit popped off. It was a bit strange. I hope this one is a bit stronger.
👤This doesn't come with the part to plug it into the wall, so we didn't have to transport the one we have back and forth. I had to buy a part to attach it to the collar and it cost me a lot. Does work. I still have to transport the plug back and forth.
The charging clip has a miniusb port on it. Before using the device, you must remove the clip. The charging clip for Delta/Delta Sport has been replaced. The package has a dimensions of 2.032 L x 13.335 H x 11.303 W.
👤The dog collar system was rarely used on my last dog, he was a loud barker in cars, and the training wasn't perfect but at least worked to get him to stop. The current dog was pulled out and charged and used twice, but someone lost a piece in the kitchen, so they found a replacement and it's charging right now. Will be using this for walks in the woods to stop him. Positive reward is more effective than training, but this tool is perfect for the woods to stop him from going too far or getting into trouble. God send a tool that will get him to listen to the commands on the hiking/walking trails.
👤The contacts are slightly different so they don't touch and the clips won't clip on, but it's close to the original.
👤I have a Delta XC and it is working. I tried to attach it to the prongs on my dog's neck. I had it in the correct place.
👤If you buy one it is likely that it broke. This will get you up and running again for a while. Garman needs to figure out how to keep the miniusb connection from getting loose. This one will get you up and running again until it wears out, just like the factory one. Garmim needs to figure out a way to keep the miniusb connection from getting loose. This one got loose and must be positioned just right to charge.
👤This should have been included with the collar kit I bought, but I'm very happy I bought it. I have two dogs. The accessory allows me to charge both collars at the same time. The same amount of time will be charged for both units, which will help me to maintain battery life. I'm happy to have the Delta system and accessory.
👤The price is not bad. The collar doesn't stay charged as long as the original piece. The collar takes longer to charge.
👤It's completely separate from theusb cable, so I lost my other one. I changed mine. I can't lose it again. It's easier to keep track of both pieces now that I have a small hole in the release tab and a string tied to it. I added a caribener to it. This piece works great with my collar. Hopefully it won't have to be replaced again.
👤It seems a little high priced for what it is, but nothing else matches what I needed. It works the same as the original.
👤I lost a clip on my three Delta Pro collars. I get this clip which fits my collar perfectly, but the port on the ting will not match my genuine Garmin cable or my genuine two collar splitter cable. This is ridiculous.
👤I bought a second one for my dog. Both lasted about a year and need a replacement. You think they would last more than a year and a half, at close to 40 dollars a piece. I won't be buying a device again.
Features a button-operated, dog-focused design for quick and easy adjustments, and a 3.5” touch screen. Set up and monitor up to 20 dogs from up to 9 miles away by using multiple global navigation satellite systems. You can keep inactive dogs in the system for easier setup. There are two-way messaging via the 100% global Iridium satellite network. BirdsEye Satellite Imagery downloads and built-in three-axis compass and barometric altimeter are included in the TopoActive maps. The user-replaceable battery can last up to 20 hours. There are 18 levels of correction.
👤The Alpha 100 was upgraded to the 200i. Very happy. The screen is a bit larger and easier to read than the 100, but it is not as bright or colorful. The touch screen works better than the phone. It's nice to have extra buttons to set up various functions. It's a winner if you use the internet to download Birdseye views. It seems to work better than the 100. Using Birdseye to help see where the dogs are is more initiative than trying to interpret a topo map. The layout of the screen and function is better than the 100. The integration of the iPhone is the game-changer for me. The app displays map and dog tracking information on the phone. Works well. I usually carry my phone with me when I hike with my dogs, so I can take photos or talk on the phone. Having the dog data displayed there is awesome. The larger screen of the iPhone makes it easier to use the map/ tracking interface. For how I hike, this is awesome. The form factor is high tech. The soft rubbery surfaces of the 100 are replaced with plastic. It has a nice look. It was nice to have in hand. It's hard to describe. The upgrade was worth it for me. The upgrade cost was cut to $400, because I sold my 100 on eBay. This is the obvious choice for anyone who wants to choose between the 100 and 200i. Hope this helps!
👤This is a dog finder. The cows hide pretty well in the dense forest, bush, marsh and as big as they are when we go out. If the dog collar is less than 30 feet from you, the Alpha 200i will not work correctly. Is the $1000 dollar device useless when you are near the collar? Really? We've been doing practice runs and it doesn't find her when I'm on top of her. It said she was 94 feet away. We've done practice runs where she is far away and it says I'm on top of her. My dog's life is too important for the tracking accuracy to be so wrong. I want to be able to find my dog if something happens to her. I don't have to guess where she is after spending a lot of money.
👤The purpose of the unit is lost when the dog tracking compass is not always accurate. The dog needle will point in a different direction under a clear sky. The locking tray for the microSD card is very flimsy. I have been very gentle with my mine. The unit is supposed to be rugged. This unit is not compatible with the OnX Hunt chip. Only the 100 receiver is reviewed.
👤I have two Alpha 100s and one Alpha 200. The Alpha 100 is a great product, but there are a few things that have been fixed with the Alpha 200. If you only have one dog, the alpha 100 is a good choice, but if you have more, the Alpha 200 will work better. The Alpha 200 has a bigger screen that is easier to see in the sun. I feel the Alpha 200 is better than the other maps because of the inability to use ONX maps.
Two lengths of insulated contact points are included for reliable performance in wet conditions and extended comfort for any coat length. BarkLimiter is built-in with advanced Bark Correction Technology. 0.75 inch is compatible with the collar. The range is 1 mile with 27MHz radio frequencies for PRO 70 and PRO 550. There is a dog device, a red collar strap, a charging clip, and a contact point set. 60 hours is the battery life.
👤I decided to spend the money on a nicer bark collar after trying many cheap ones. It could be used with the remote or BarkLimiter mode. An automatic bark/shock collar. The product seemed to shock a few people on Amazon, but I bought it anyway. I observed a few times that other people didn't get the impression that BarkLimiter worked. I was walking my two dogs and one of them grewled as we passed another person walking a dog. No barking at all. It took me 15-20 seconds to get the collar off of her as she received multiple shocks in a matter of minutes, and she started to cry in pain. The other dog started getting shocks after the first dog, and also started getting shocks multiple times. The feedback loop was created by the pain and it kept shocking them. I don't know how long this would have lasted if I hadn't taken off their collars. The dogs were shocked 12 and 11 times when I saw on the counter that I had just turned on the collar. I will probably return to Amazon since I'm still in my 30-day return window, but there is no way I am putting these back on my dogs in BarkLimiter mode. This is an extremely well made product, so it's a shame. I read the manual and had the units in place. These work well in remote mode, but something needs to be worked on for BarkLimiter mode.
👤I like the features of this collar. The "headlight" is a great feature. It's great to be able to remotely turn on the light at night. It is easier to tell that the collar is on and working with audible sound. You had to put your ear next to the collar to hear it, even though the dog could hear it. The collar is cheap and not as robust as the previous version. The old remote would last for a long time on a 9-volt battery, even though I like the fact that the remote is able to be charged. The remote and unit are cheap and light. The previous version of the collar would last anywhere between 4 to 7 days with continuous use, but the new version only lasts a day or two. The previous version came with a re-charging cradle, while the new one is just a wire with a plug. The garbage collar material is the worst part of the whole deal. The previous version had a very solid plastic or rubber collar, but the new one is junk. It looks like cardboard that is encased in plastic. The end of the collar is getting more and more damaged and will need to be replaced quickly. I am not a photographer. After only 6 months of use, you can see that it is getting worse. When we retired the older Tri-Tronics collar material, it was still in perfect condition. Overall- The original Tri-Tronics version of the headlight feature is better than the new one. I hope this is helpful.
Long and short changeable contact points are included. There are levels of fertility. There are 36 levels of momentary and continuous stimulation. The range gives you the ability to correct your dog's behavior in the field. The handheld battery has a life of 80 hours. 60 hours per charge is the dog device's battery life. Multi-dog compatibility is 3. Training configurations are used for different behavioral issues. The collar is 0.75 inches long. The bark correction mode is available. BarkLimiter is a built-in device that lets you train in BarkLimiter mode.
👤I bought two of these to use with my labradoodles and have them key to a single controller so my wife can correct one dog while I correct the other. The bands are sturdy and flexible, I have a remote collar on my dogs for 12 hours a day, and the battery lasts up to five days. The correction is consistent when I use it and there is enough levels to fine- tune the stim level. I had the Sport Dog Fieldtrainer and felt limited in stim levels because even a 1 was too strong, but the Garmin has a higher stim level and my dogs are not happy about it. The BarkLimiter function doesn't work and that's the reason I'm giving the collar a low rating. The dogs respond to manual stim reliably with my tight collar. I know it's not a contact issue. I've tried both long and short prongs, and have tried their autorise function, but I've placed the receiver over their vocal cords like the manual says. There was no luck. The BarkLimiter function went off 10 times in 3 months, despite my dogs barking every day when someone comes in the front door. My dogs have been shocked when they growl during play but then go on bark for a long time without any response from the collar. The bark function is too inconsistent and there is no way to make it respond to sound andvibration. The remote collar was good but the bark collar was poor.
👤Absolutely adore this thing. I have a stubborn husky that likes to chase deer but now she stays in the yard and just watches. I haven't had to use it in a while, but that's the goal of the collar, right? My dog has not worn the collar in months. If the collar battery is left on all day and night, it will last 3-6 days. The controller battery lasts a long time. I have had a few times where it hasn't shocked, but I have a thick long haired dog and I don't like it tight on her neck. If you are concerned about the treatment of animals, consider this; I had to keep my husky on a leash because I couldn't let her play. She can play and be happy. I can take her on runs and she is not on a leash. She is happy.
👤I have been a Tri-Tronics user for a long time and have found the changes made by Garmin to be disappointing. It was easy to control multiple dogs without looking at the remote, because you could tell what collar you were on, and what stim level was, by feeling. That is not an option with this system. The only way to tell which collar is active is to look at the display. That slows the process. The same is true of the level. My dogs need a significant increase when they're in a drive or intent on doing something, and some might use the same level almost always. It's difficult to make the necessary adjustments if I don't have that dog. Having to look at the display quickly destroys your night vision. The system was slow. When I hit the button, the reaction time on my Tri-Tronics units is longer than it has ever been. The speed of the signal should make this unnoticeable, especially when we're talking about a hundred yards on a unit with a 1/3 mile range. I've always turned the stim level to 0 when I put my remote in my pocket to prevent it from being activated. It's much slower to get the remote back to work. I could deal with most of it if it were not for the collar selection issue. The G3 and older units were much easier to use than the newer units because they didn't have to look at the remote before using the collar. If you have a problem with an older system, or want to add a dog, you'll be forced to upgrade to another system, because the add-on collars are not backwards compatible. I don't understand why companies feel the need to buy out a successful manufacturer and then change their successful line for the worse. I gave up and returned the Delta Sport after a month. I suspect the unit I received was not up to par. I found myself hitting the button on the remote many times to get the dog's collar on, but I didn't get a response. I would finally get a response when I moved closer, hitting that same button on the same level. It was not a situation of terrain, or competing radio signals, or interference, when I was in a four acre field surrounded by water or woods. I stood next to others who had different brands of collars and others who were not having an issue. The only system that I could find that could provide everything I was looking for, with an intuitive remote, was the Pro 550 from Sport Dog, and since I could get all of the features I needed at a much lower price, I now have a Sport Dog ProHunter 2525. I don't need the Barklimiter since one of my dogs can start over if he stops barking briefly. I have to use the remote to control his barking. My new remote has the same features as the old ones, including a dial, a switch and buttons. There are 17 training modes, 27 stim levels, and tone and vibrate. I can operate it without looking after having it for five hours. I can control up to six dogs. I don't have to worry about the training mode changing accidentally. I had the Delta Sport for a month. The Sport Dog system is more expensive than the Delta Sport, but still less expensive than the Pro 550, and it provides what I need, in a remote collar. If you're considering the Delta Sport, you should look at the Sport Dog collar. I'm not sure if I'll ever be able to say that, since I helped get people into a Tri-Tronics collar over the years, but unless they find a way to make something better than what Tri-Tronics put out, I won't be able to
The contact points kit is for the Pro series. There are short and long contact points. The kit includes a wrench and contact points. The package has a dimensions of 12.7 L x 0.508H x5.08W.
👤It seems expensive for what you get. If you use that brand of collar, you have to have them.
👤It worked out well. Great replacement part.
👤Before the collar is inserted, the port should be clean. Don't TIGHTEN the prong.
👤The contact removal and replace tool is easy to use. The value is great.
👤The shipment was quick. Thanks a lot. It was what I needed. Great product!
👤The original package was lost in the mail, but the seller shipped another set out. Very pleased! It works perfectly with my Garmin Sport Pro.
👤It is nice to be able to order replacement parts.
To transfer data, connect vvoactive hr to your computer'susb port. It's compatible with vivoactive hr. This cable can also be used with an AC adapter.
👤The item is original. It works perfectly. There is a I decided to go with the original manufacturers product because of the inconsistent reviews of third-party charging. It works exactly as it is supposed to, and it fits the Garman perfectly.
👤Fast delivery for hard to find items. The vivo active staying power is better than my phone or headphones, but it always runs out of juice when I need it most. It helps to have replacement power cords in multiple locations.
👤It works perfectly. I like having an extra charge for travel. You can get enough charge to get through the day if you do a major workout with the gps. You might need 30 minutes to do that. This is an actual garmin charging station.
👤I bought this to keep in my bag. It's from the navigation device company. It works perfectly. Four stars only because of the price, but you get what you pay for.
👤The original charging clip is the same as the one I lost. I have a back up to travel with now that I have found the original one.
👤I like this. It was a good product.
👤The charging cable is the same as the one that came with the watch.
👤It's easy to get caught out between charges. I didn't like the idea of connecting my watch with one of the unknown origins. It comes at a price and is a huge price to pay for a lead - taking the mickey out of me! You have a choice.
👤The quality of the charger is perfect. I read a few reviews of copy-products before buying the original version. This one works immediately from the box. If you're using the Garmin for your workouts, you don't want to have what a few of my friends have experienced, where they ran out of charge and ended up with a trophy or two.
👤It works as expected. My watch will work again.
👤I wanted to keep my bag as a backup. I prefer the cheaper copies, but not many times.
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