The X series is a new series released by SportDOG.
In this guide, we’ve summarised what’s new with this series compared to previous the previous series. (this is accurate as of 28th February 2019)
SportDOG X Series E Collars: What’s New?
- 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, except it has a higher range of stimulation for more stubborn or high drive dogs
- Sporthunter 825X – compared to the original 825 model, it’s got 21 levels of static stimulation, instead of 7
- Sporthunter 1225X – compared to the original 1225 model, it’s got 21 levels of static stimulation, instead of 7
- Sporthunter 1825X – compared to the original 1825 model, it’s got 21 levels of static stimulation, instead of 8
- SportTrainer 575 – new model with 500 yards range
- SportTrainer 875 – no change
- SportTrainer 1275 – no change
- WetlandHunter 425X – compared to the original 425 model, it’s got 21 levels of static stimulation, instead of 7
- WetlandHunter 1825X – compared to the original 1825 model, it’s got 21 levels of static stimulation, instead of 7
- UplandHunter 1875 – no change
- Houndhunter 3225 – no change
- ProHunter 2525 – no change
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