Garmin Delta SE Training Bundle

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Garmin Delta SE Training Bundle


The Delta® SE dog training system simplifies training without compromising results. This bundle includes the new Delta SE handheld and Delta SE dog collar. Delta SE allows you to seamlessly operate your device without shifting focus away from your dog. Its ergonomic 3-button design provides 10 levels of momentary and continuous stimulation, tone and vibration in an easy-to-use system with up to a half-mile range. Whether at home or on the hunt, enjoy simple and intuitive training that features a slide switch to confidently transition between two dogs (Requires additional dog collar (sold separately)). The handheld has up to 70 hours of battery life.

  • 1/2-Mile Range
  • Ergonomic design that facilitates "no look" training
  • Simple layout with 3 training buttons
  • Dial on top to select Vibe or Change Stim level - 10 levels
  • Train 2 dogs with two position dog select switch
  • Best in class battery life. 2 hour charge time with 70 hours of usage
  • USB-C connector for both HH and DD charging clips
  • Waterproof transmitter and dog device (IPX7)
  • Interchangeable long and short plastic contact points for all breeds
  • 3/4" collar strap with swuare double buckle and metal keeper fits up to a 24" neck
  • 1 year warranty
  • Weight: 3.8 oz
Training with STIM:
  • Tactile dial with clicks between levels allows you to raise and lower the stimulation level by feel without ever having to take your eyes off your dog
  • Teach yardwork/obedience and enforce known commands with lower levels of stimulation
  • Use higher levels to stop unwanted chasing or to overcome strong distractions
Continuous stimulation: allows you to control the length of the correction based on how long you hold the button down.
Momentary stimulation: delivers a quick preset duration of stimulation (less than 1 second) for enforcing commands your dog already knows and for correcting behavior.

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