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SportHunter® 1825


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SKU# SD-1825

SportHunter® 1825

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The SportHunter® 1825 helps you build a customized remote training system to guarantee the best performance from your dog. This electronic remote training collar features up to 16 stimulation levels plus vibration and tone options. Control up to 6 dogs by adding SportDOG Brand® Add-A-Dog® collars.

Key Features
  • Select from 8 stimulation levels each within low, medium, or high setting
  • Ergonomic, slim-profile collar design
  • Compact Remote Transmitter
  • Remote Transmitter
  • Collar Receiver
  • Belt Clip
  • Lanyard
  • Long Contact Points
  • Operating Guide
  • Basic Training Manual & DVD
  • Charging Cradle
  • Charging Adaptor
  • Test Light
Tone/Vibration Options Tone and vibration options
Range Up to 1 mile
Expandable System Expandable up to 6 dogs
Waterproof DRYTEK waterproof and submersible to 25 feet
Battery Charge Time 2 hour quick charge
Modes Of Operation 13
Continuous Stimulation 16 levels
Momentary Stimulation 8 levels
Battery Type Rechargeable Li-Ion
Beeper Compatibility Compatible with UplandHunter® Accessory Beeper SD-BEEP
Part Numbers SR-300, ST120-SA, SDT00-12494, ST-101, SDT00-11963, SDT00-12490, ST-101SA

Customer Reviews

Review by Michael

(Posted on 12/31/13)


Review of the 1825
An excellent product without a doubt!! I have owned one other brand of remote trainer and this one is superior in every way. The collar goes a long time without requiring a recharge. The remote is simple and built with quality. My lab has been in the water countless time and the collar has never failed. I have the best trained hunting dog of anyone I know and it's due to the hard work with the right equipment.

Review by lisalea

(Posted on 11/21/13)


Awesome for hiking with my dogs!
I don't hunt, but my dogs do have high prey drive and often bark at the few strangers we encounter while out hiking. This system keeps my dogs in check. I used the "stimulation" just a couple of times and have had to use only the tone since then. They stop on a dime now and even respond with mere voice requests rather than the toning. It has excellent distance coverage (I like my dogs to have the freedom to explore) easy to use and the collars seem bomb-proof. My only wish is that there was a built-in clip so I could clip the remote onto my clothing - hanging it around my neck is not comfortable or convenient.

Review by Lloyd Little

(Posted on 10/29/13)


Overall excellent satisfaction with product.
After using this product for at least 5 years I am very satisfied with the performance of the collars. I run two dogs and am pleased that I can control both of them with little effort. Once in a while I get the wrong dog, but that is my fault for not paying attentin.
The thing I am most pleased and impressed with is the warranty service. I have had a couple of issues with the transmitter and one with a collar and in all instances the problem was taken care of very quickly and at no cost to me. That is a very pleasant surprise in this day and age. The people I spoke with were very helpful and pleasing to visit with. I can't recommend this product highly enough. My unit is now out of warranty, but still works well and I am considering ordering a backup for an upcoming 1 week trip just incase.
Again, very satisfied and impressed with the product and service.

Review by Colleen

(Posted on 9/2/13)


Curbing aggressive behavior in a Great Dane.
Max was 1 1/2 years old when I rescued him from euthanasia at a Vet ER. What I did n't know at the time was that his original owners never trained or socialized him, and we learned that he is dog aggressive. I followed a friend's advice and bought this collar and walks have become enjoyable with only a rare tone correction being needed. Recently at a vet visit a small dog on an extended lead kept barking at him and I watched his stress level change. It was a small area so for the first time I cranked the dial all the way up to 8. A 116# Great Dane in a small confined area was not something I was ready to deal with. He lunged and I punched the button. He yelped, jumped onto the couch, over me and the arm rest, and landed in a perfect down position where he stayed until I gave him permission to move. So far we have introduced him to 3 new dogs and have had no issues with aggression on his part.

Review by Bruce S

(Posted on 7/12/13)


The Best Trainer Out There
Prior to my owning the 1825, I owned the 1225. I thought the 1225 was the best trainer available until I started using the 1825. With the toggle on the 1825, I have access to more than twice the functions available to me with the 1225. I still own my 1225, but I have no use for it other than as a spare if I ever need it.

Both the 1225 and 1825 make dog training so easy on the dog and the owner. I recommend both, but I highly recommend the 1825 if you have two or more dogs you want to control with just one transmitter. The 1225 is good for two dogs, also, but the 1825 is by far the best.

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