This is a very short guide where we outline the main differences between the original and new models of the FieldTrainer E Collars.
Let’s take a look!
SportDOG FieldTrainer 425 vs 425S vs 425X vs 425XS
If you’d like to see the full features of each model, you can read the full reviews here:
- SportDOG FieldTrainer 425
- SportDOG FieldTrainer 425S
- SportDOG FieldTrainer 425X
- SportDOG FieldTrainer 425XS
If you want to go straight to viewing the new X and XS models, you can do so here:
SportDOG FieldTrainer 425 vs 425S vs 425X vs 425XS: Comparison and Differences
The 425X and 435XS are the new models (compared to the 425 and 425S).
In summary, the differences are:
- Fieldtrainer 425X – compared to the original 425 model, it’s got 21 levels of static stimulation, instead of 7
- Fieldtrainer 425XS – same as the 425X, the 425XS now has 21 levels of static stimulation, and in keeping with the intention of the 425S, the 425XS is designed for more stubborn or high drive dogs with it’s higher range of stimulation
All e collar models:
- Allow you to work with static stimulation, vibration and tone
- The transmitters have a 500 yard range to the receiver/collar
- + have other common features
E Collar & Remote Dog Training Collar Buyers & FAQ Guide
In it, information is provided on the following:
- What some of the best e collars might be
- Factors to consider in deciding which e collar to buy
- What the cost of an e collar is
- What size e collar to get
- What is an e collar
- Types of e collars
- What is an e collar used for, and why use one
- How to use an e collar
- How to put an e collar on your dog
- How to train a dog with an e collar
- At what age to start using an e collar, and how long training takes
- When you might consider using an e collar
- Safety considerations for using an e collar
- E collars vs bark collars
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