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Cabela's Gun Dog GS-9000 Training Collar $170 + TAX, $5 shipping

BMW5SERIES 141 343 September 14, 2016 at 10:17 AM in Sporting Goods (4) More Cabelas Deals
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Cabela's Gun Dog GS-9000 Training Collar for $169.99 + tax. (regular price: $279.99)
Use code 96FLAT for $5 shipping

http://www.cabelas.com/catalog/pr...cd1f7c1524

Cabela's Gun Dog GS-9000 with 1.5-mile range
Waterproof and rechargeable collar and receiver
LCD shows stimulation level and battery condition
15 levels of continuous, tone, momentary or vibration
Locate alarm sounds if transmitter is lost in the field
Take the guess work out of dog training

With long-range functionality ideal for waterfowlers and upland hunters alike, Cabela's Gun Dog GS-9000 e-trainer takes the guesswork out of dog training with its simplistic, three-button design. 1.5-mile range is perfect for yard training, field training or keeping control on the hunt. Waterproof collar and receiver allow training in rain and full submersion in water. The receiver's easy-to-read LCD screen displays stimulation level, battery condition and which dog is selected when expanded to a two-dog system. A simple rocker switch allows you to instantly adjust between 15 levels of continuous, tone, momentary or vibration stimulation. Three-button transmitter allows for any three types of stimulation to be used at once. A locate alarm sounds if the transmitter is lost in the field. Selectable user ID. Long-life rechargeable batteries power the transmitter and receiver.

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Does anyone know what type of batteries the receiver and transmitter uses? An answer for another question (on cabelas.com) stated that the batteries are replaceable, but it didn't explain any further.
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Does anyone know what type of batteries the receiver and transmitter uses? An answer for another question (on cabelas.com) stated that the batteries are replaceable, but it didn't explain any further.
In the discription it says long life rechargeable batteries power the transmitter and receiver, so I'm assuming they are included.
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Just ordered one for my son for Christmas. He is training his dog for various events and has been talking about getting one. Now I just have to hope he doesn't buy his own between now and then!
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In the discription it says long life rechargeable batteries power the transmitter and receiver, so I'm assuming they are included.
The batteries are included, I'm not questioning that. I'm trying to determine whether they are customer-replaceable (which they seem top be), and if so, where would I get replacements from and what do they cost. If the replacement batteries cost too much or are impossible to get, the fact that they are "replaceable" is useless.
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The batteries are included, I'm not questioning that. I'm trying to determine whether they are customer-replaceable (which they seem top be), and if so, where would I get replacements from and what do they cost. If the replacement batteries cost too much or are impossible to get, the fact that they are "replaceable" is useless.
I see, your best bet would probably be to do a search for it on youtube. Sometimes people post unboxing or product review videos on there. Either that or call a cabellas store and ask an employee to check the packaging for the battery specs.
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I see, your best bet would probably be to do a search for it on youtube. Sometimes people post unboxing or product review videos on there. Either that or call a cabellas store and ask an employee to check the packaging for the battery specs.
I posted the question on cabelas.com. I had another brand dog training system that worked fairly well for about a year, then the batteries in the collars started going bad and there was no way to fix them. I will not buy another system without knowing that I can affordably change the batteries. That seems like a basic feature that everyone would want.
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