This is a Flittor Shock Collar For Dogs Review Guide.
We look at the features of this e collar, and consider who it might and might not be for.
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Flittor Shock Collar For Dogs
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Flittor Shock Collar For Dogs: Review
- One of the more affordable e collars on the market
- Has a range of 2500 feet
- Has three training modes – beep mode, shock mode, and vibration mode
- Shock has 100 adjustable levels
- Vibration has 100 adjustable levels
- Has 3 adjustable memory groups of vibration and shock
- You can train up to three different dogs with three different settings without resetting it
- Collar receiver is IP67 water resistant
- Batteries are lithium polymer batteries that take about 2 to 3 hours to charge fully and they will last for about 15 days
- For dogs 10 to 100lbs
- Comes with 2 x adjustable collar straps (one is up to 28 inches)
- Has passed the UL/CE/RoHS/FCC/UC38. 3/MDSD certification test
- Not for dogs outside of the 10 to 100lbs range
- Transmitter isn’t water rated – it’s only the collar receiver
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Flittor Shock Collar For Dogs: Buyer’s Guide
Who Might The Flittor Shock Collar Be For?
- Dogs 10 to 100lbs
- Those looking for a more affordable e collar
- Those looking for a rechargeable battery e collar system
- Those looking for a multi dog training transmitter
Who Might The Flittor Shock Collar NOT Be For?
- Dogs outside of the 10 to 100lbs range
- Those looking for a hunting or advanced training e collar
- Those who want more range than 2500 feet
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