Garmin TT10 Review: Tracking & Training Dog Collar

 

As we point out in this Garmin TT10 Review, this collar device is compatible with the Garmin Astro 100 handheld device.

The Garmin TT10 allows you to both track and train your dog, along with having a range of other features.

In this review we discuss those features, pros and cons, and consider who the Garmin TT10 may and may not be for.

Let’s examine it more closely!

 

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Garmin TT10 Review: Tracking & Training Dog Collar

If you want to go straight to viewing the Garmin TT10, you can do so here:

Note that the TT10 is compatible with the Alpha 100 handheld – you can read a full review of the Alpha 100 handheld in this guide.

 

Garmin TT10: Review

Features

A tracking, and training GPS/e collar

Compatible with the Astro 100 only (you can have up to 20 TT10’s connected to the Astro handheld for 20 different dogs)

The unit dimensions are WxHxD: 3.5″ x 1.75″ x 1.85″

The unit weight is 9.8 oz with the collar strap

The range from the collar to the handheld is 9 miles

There are 18 different levels of static stimulation available

There’s both momentary (nick) and continuous static options available

There’s also an audible/sound training option too

The collar comes with LED light beacons that can be activated by a handheld and these beacons help you see your dog in darker conditions from up to 100 yards away

The collar is water resistant up to 32 feet

Uses a braided steel VHF antenna to send data to the Astro

Comes with rechargeable lithium ion batteries

Battery life of the collar device is 24 hours with a 2.5 second update rate; 48 hours with a 2 minute update rate (the 2 minute update is rescue mode that preserves the battery life longer)

Device has an operating range from -4°F to 140°F (from -20°C to 60°C)

Collar strap is 27″ long; 1″ wide

The collar fits a dog neck size/circumfenrence that is 12″ (30.5 cm) to 22.5″ (57.2 cm) on the standard adjustable collar strap. But there’s also a collar for smaller dogs,  which is 10.5” (26.7 cm) to 22.5” (57.2 cm), and is sold separately

 

Drawbacks

Only compatible with the Astro 100. The TT15 seems to be a better option as it is compatible with two of the Alphas, and the Astro

Doesn’t have a vibration training option

 

Garmin TT10: Buyer’s Guide

What Is The Garmin T10 Designed For?

The Garmin T10 is both a tracking and training collar.

 

Who Might The Garmin T10 Be For?

People who want an advanced dog tracking and training collar

People using the Alpha® 100 handheld

 

Who Might The Garmin T10 NOT Be For?

People who want a tracking only, or training only collar

People using the Astro handhelds or any other handheld other than the Alpha 100

People who want a vibration training option

 

What Do You Get In The Garmin T10 Kit?

TT 10 dog device with black collar strap

Charging clip

AC adapter

Vehicle power cable

User-replaceable contact points (short and long) with wrench and non-stim plug

 

Best Trackers & GPS Collars For Dogs

Read more about some of the best trackers and GPS dog collars for dogs in this guide.

 

Best Remote Dog Training Collars

You can read more about the best remote dog training collars in this guide.

 

 

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