Single-Dog or Multi-Dog Pack Trainer, Low to High-End Power
The Dogtra 1800 NC is designed for those Beagle and Hound owners who need a dependable long-range training collar to control a number of dogs in the field at once. The Dogtra 1800 NC is a reasonably-priced, single or multi-dog units available that offer 16 levels of stimulation (8 Nick and 8 Constant mode). Dogtra
features a waterproof receiver/transmitter along with long-lasting rechargeable Ni-MH batteries and a one-mile plus range. These features from Dogtra
, along with industry-leading durability, make the 1800 NC Pack Trainer the leader of the pack.Dogtra 1800 NC Features:
Transmitter Dimensions: 4.9 x 2.0 x 1.2
Transmitter Weight: 7.5 oz.
Receiver Dimensions: 2.8 x 1.8 x 1.2
Receiver Weight: 7.9 oz.
Collar Strap: 1 x 30"
16 levels of stimulation, 8 Nick & 8 Constant
Available in up to 4 Dog Units
One Mile Range
Free carrying case
Dogtra 1802 NC two dog add $117
Dogtra 1803 NC three dog add $220
Dogtra 1804 NC four dog add $332
Dogtra Company provides the original purchaser with a limited lifetime warranty for the 175NCP, 180NCP, 200 Series, 210 Series, 1400 Series, 1500 Series, 1600 Series, 1700 Series, 1800 Series, 2200 Series, 2000 T&B Series, 3500 Series, 2500 T&B Series, 280 Series, 1900 Series, 2300 Series purchased after Dec. 31, 2005. For the first two years coverage is for both parts and labor, on all Dogtra products purchased new. Accessories such as, chargers, splitter cables, antennas, straps and batteries have a one-year warranty from the date of purchase. Once the first and second year warranty coverage expires, the Limited Lifetime Warranty will cover for all parts except accessories and labor fees. Labor fees and shipping fees incurred are the customers' responsibility. Labor fees will be variable depending on the extent of work required. The Limited Lifetime Warranty will expire 5 years from the date a model is discontinued in production by Dogtra Company.
If your product is not registered and proof of purchase is not available at the time of service, Dogtra will estimate the age of the unit by the serial number. Serial number estimates can be different than the actual purchase time. Without proof of purchase or product registration this is the only method they have for determining the approximate date of purchase.