Cabelas dog training collars Good or Bad??????
I bought a dogtra. Works great but i'm not super pleased on the battery life. I have the 1900S. I had a TriTronics with my other dog for 11 years, battery was still good after all that time.
I don't think anything is made as good as it once was.
So I think buying a cabelas collar would be fine. You won't get anything better anywhere else. I'd go for it, especially if it's a bit cheaper and maybe a better warranty. If I'd do it again, knowing the battery life of my Dogtra (about 48 hours), i'd buy a cheapo Sportdog from Fleet and throw it away if it went bad after couple years.
My TriTronics lasted a week on one charge. I leave the collars on but rarely use them. My current dog I haven't had to buzz him or use a shock in months. It just goes on and stays on him till it dies. I'm charging it every other day.
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The Dogtra is definitely a higher quality product and I don't I'd go back to the Cabela's brand for a replacement unless cost became the primary concern. I gave my old collar to a relative for their dog. They had no problems with it either.