Motorola Advanced Remote Pet Training System or Collar
Scout Trainer 50 Pet Training System
- 3-step training function
- Warning tone only, gentle vibration or static correction
- 15 static correction levels
- Push-to-talk function for verbal commands
- Range up to 460’
- Lightweight and water-resistant collar
- Backlit LCD screen on remote
- Best fits pets over 20lb.
- Product dimensions: 8.75”x3.50”x9”
In the Box: remote trainer unit, 2 AAA batteries, pet collar unit, rechargeable lithium battery, power adapter, 26’‘x1’’ nylon collar strap, 2 pairs of collar contacts (long & short), user guide
Pet Training Collar
- Allows natural barking for 5 seconds
- Static correction avoided by honoring the warning tone
- 9 levels of static correction
- Vibrations help reinforce static correction
- Lightweight and water-resistant
- Product dimensions: 3.1”x1.1”x1.2”
In 1928, the first east-west transatlantic flight widened the horizons, making it easier than ever for people to live far from home or travel far from a jury summons. 1928 also saw the birth of the Galvin Manufacturing Organization, which would later change its name to Motorola. Its production lines bristled with wireless car radios and military transponders, all designed to connect Motorola customers near and far. In 1969, “far” took on a whole new meaning when Neil Armstrong used a Motorola transistor radio to communicate humankind’s first words from the moon’s surface.
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