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Garmin Alpha 100 Handheld with 1 TT10 Collar

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The Alpha 100 has everything your sporting dogs need to get the job done, Alpha helps you track and train up to 20 dogs from up to 9 miles away with a vivid, glove-friendly, touch screen display plus 18 levels of momentary and continuous stimulation. Works with the TT10 transmitter collar. (Not compatible with Astro DC collars).Here is our Best wholesale prices, Warranty policy, 3 month Return policy, 

Garmin Alpha 100 Handheld with 5 TT10 Dog Collars Cost $630 USD
Garmin Alpha 100 Handheld with 4 TT10 Collars Cost $500 USD
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Garmin Alpha 100 Handheld with 2 TT10 Collars Cost $300 USD
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Garmin Alpha 100 Handheld with 1 TT15 Collar Cost $280 USD

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