Summary: A bit pricey at $599 but keeps track of my wondering dogs while I'm mountain biking and takes the stress out of wondering where they are. One collar seems to be sufficient because my two Aussies stay together. The online access from Garmin is not very seamless like there cycling monitors but maybe it will improve.
thanks for the service and I will be purchasing a nother collar in the near future if I can get this handhe the system that they
Christopher eldridge, Amazon
12 June 2014
Summary: it was great I love the service and the delivery time and I am the only problem I have is trying to download the mapping us software that I'm trying to put just said says it's not compatible with the software that I'm trying to download onto the handheld I purchase a s_d card and I been on the computer all day trying to do it and it keeps saying not compatible do you know the problem or could you help help me do this please
Summary: First off just let me say that I am grateful for Amazon's 12 month interest free credit. I would not have been able to purchase this GPS tracking setup otherwise. I have three dogs that I hike with so I purchased two additional DC 50 collars. It worked great right out of the box and it was a great comfort to see exactly where my three dogs were at all times walking near my home and down to the lake.
Summary: Absolutely the coolest thing ever. We don't have hunting dogs, but dogs that love to run and explore the woods around my boyfriend's house. With this we can see exactly where they are. It seems to do really well tracking them through deep woods. When they get too far we just call them home. Easy to use, display is easy to read, we use the base camp feature to easily see on the computer where they are. No more worrying where they are!
Summary: If you have ever owned a hound dog, mine's a basset, you know they wander as soon as you take your eyes off of them. After two previous hounds we got this for our puppy. As soon as he is out of site we can check the gps and see whether he nearby and is just hidden by a snow berm or heading up a deer trail.