Garmin Alpha TT10 Software update

Garmin has released Software update 2.7 for the Garmin TT 10  Tracking Collar.

Many Users have experienced issues with the Alpha not showing the tree indication while using their TT10 collars.   The Issue was isolated to the Northern states.  By Updating you TT10 with the 2.7 software you will see your Alpha Show the Collars with the Treed Icon on your screen when the dogs stop or tree in the field.

For more information about the Garmin Alpha TT10 collar or to view all the information and technical links to the Software  Visit  http://www.dusupply.com/garmin-alpha-collar-tt10.html

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Ownership Structure BigGameHoundsmen effective July 2013

BigGameHoundsmen.com Website was structured under a new Limited Liability  structure.

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Garmin DC50—the Latest in Tracking & Training Collars from Garmin

Garmin Astro 320 and DC50Now Available from Double U Hunting Supply!

Garmin is well known to hunters and hound lovers around the world for the quality and features it builds into its dog collars and its hound-tracking and training systems. The new DC50 tracking and training collar just released by Garmin is the latest addition to the company’s impressive stable of hound-management tools. Like the DC40 collar, it’s designed to work with Garmin’s Astro 320 tracking system, but the DC50 vaults ahead in performance by adding bark-detection and training functions, improved satellite coverage, better battery management, and a longer, more durable antenna.

Buddy Woodberry on the DC50 Collar
“Garmin’s DC50 is finally on the market,” says Double U’s Buddy Woodberry, “and from what we’ve seen, we’re really excited about what it can do. In our field tests, it way out-performed both the old DC30 and DC40 collars. The DC50 is GLONASS-enabled so users can connect with more satellites than before, and it comes with a 21”, braided-steel antenna that’s effective for up to 9 miles; that’s 30% more range than the DC40.

“Plus, it’s got bark-detection, which the DC40 doesn’t have, and it’s waterproof to more than 30 feet,” says Buddy. “We think our customers will be really impressed with the DC50 and the new capabilities it will give them.”

In addition to bark detection, the DC50 has taken a giant leap forward in locating ability by adding the GLONASS system of satellites to the GPS satellites we commonly use. According to Buddy, “This will give users 21 more earth-orbiting satellites for the DC50 to find, which really improves the odds of being able to locate and track their dogs accurately, even in heavy tree cover or deep canyons.”

–Click Here If you would like to read a MORE in depth review of the DC50—

Finally, says Buddy, “We think it’s great that Garmin has added bark detection to the DC50 collar. Now you can tell if your dogs are barking even if they’re not close enough for you to hear. Until you can catch up with them, this really helps you understand what’s going on with your hounds and the game they’re working.”
Sold by itself, the DC50 comes with an adjustable 1” blue polyurethane collar strap; when sold in a bundle with the Astro 320, the DC50 comes with an adjustable 1” orange strap. And don’t forget: when your collar straps finally get worn out, you can buy replacements in multiple colors from Double U Hunting Supply.
Bottom line?
Garmin’s DC50 collar is very competitively priced, yet it’s the first in a new generation of tracking and training collars that are more versatile and powerful than the DC40 and DC30. GLONASS-enabled and boasting built-in bark-detection, a more sensitive antenna, battery-saving rescue mode, and much more effective waterproofing, the DC50 is your best choice in hound tracking and training collars today.

Visit us at Double U Hunting Supply to research or order Garmin’s new DC50 or the Astro 320 tracking and training system—or just ask questions about the many other Garmin products and hunting supplies we sell. You can reach us on the phone at 855-DU Hunts (855-384-8687), or via email at mail@dusupply.com.

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Garmin® Updates Astro® GPS Dog Tracking System with the DC™ 50 Collar

OLATHE, Kan. /July 2, 2013/Business Wire — Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, today announced the DC 50 – a new and improved GPS dog tracking collar that’s even more robust and reliable than previous models.

“From more reliable satellite reception to a more rugged design, the new DC 50 gives sporting dog owners what they’ve been asking for,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin’s vice president of worldwide sales. “The new DC 50 has the features that will bring the benefits of GPS tracking to first-time users, and will convince existing Astro customers to upgrade.”

The DC 50’s main housing sits below the dog’s neck while a low-profile, high-sensitivity GPS antenna is now positioned atop the dog’s neck, providing a clearer view of satellites. In addition to tracking GPS satellites, the DC 50 can also utilize the GLONASS system. When using GLONASS satellites, acquisition time is (on average) approximately 20 percent faster than using GPS. And when using both GPS and GLONASS together, the receiver has the ability to lock on to 24 more satellites than when using GPS alone. In practical terms, that means sporting dog owners will spend less time waiting for the collar to acquire satellites before the hunt, and the collar will better maintain its location even in heavy cover and deep canyons during the hunt.

The newly redesigned 22.5-inch long VHF antenna is made of braided steel that’s built to take any punishment that hard-charging dogs can deliver. Hunters can track their dogs up to nine miles in flat, unobstructed ground as often as every five seconds. A shorter 18.5-inch antenna is also included.

The battery life of the DC 50 has improved over previous generations, too. At a five second update rate, the DC 50 will get approximately 26 hours of battery life when fully charged. By slowing the update rate down to once every two minutes, the DC 50 collar can get up to 54 hours of use. As a safety feature, the DC 50 also has a selectable Dog Rescue mode, which automatically switches the DC 50 to a two minute update rate when the battery is less than 25 percent charged – making it easier to recover a lost dog.

For houndsmen, the DC 50 also features built-in Bark Detection, which alerts a hunter when their dog is barking frequently, even out of earshot. Users can customize the Bark Detection feature to adjust the frequency of barking and the manner in which the user is notified (visual, tone, vibration, or a combination of each).

The DC 50 features a standard one inch coated polyurethane collar strap that can be swapped out for a different color to easily distinguish between multiple dogs. The collar transmitter is waterproof to 10 meters (33 feet). Shipped alone, the DC 50 features a blue collar, and when purchased in conjunction with an Astro 320, the collar strap is orange.

When paired with the Astro 320, the system can track up to ten dogs per receiver at once, and will indicate the dog’s distance, direction, and status (sitting, running, pointing, or treeing). The Astro 320 features a full color, sunlight readable display with a pre-installed basemap. In addition to the pre-installed basemap, the Astro can be loaded with optional 100k Topo or 24k Topo maps or photorealistic BirdsEye™ Satellite Imagery. Many third-party specially-designed hunting maps are also available.

The DC 50 is compatible with Astro 320 handhelds that are currently in service, but users must download a free software update to their handheld before pairing the new collar, by visiting www.garmin.com/webupdater. The DC 50 is not compatible with the Astro 220 handheld or the Alpha Track and Train system.

Purchased alone, the DC 50 has a minimum retail price of $229.99, and the DC 50 bundled with the Astro 320 system has an MRP of $599.99. Both are expected to be available in July 2013.

The DC 50 is the latest innovation in Garmin’s growing outdoor segment, which focuses on developing technologies to enhance users’ outdoor experiences and their relationships with their canine companions. Whether it’s hiking, hunting, golfing, geocaching, or dog training, Garmin devices are essential tools for outdoor enthusiasts of all levels. For more information about Garmin’s other outdoor products and services, go to www.garmin.com/dogs, www.garmin.blogs.com and http://twitter.com/garmin.

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Garmin Alpha GPS Track and Train Collar

A few Improvements with the Garmin Alpha 100 Compared to the Garmin Astro

  • Rescue Mode. – Automatically Lowers the update rate after the collar battery reaches a certain Level.  (Suggested to Garmin by Yours Truely)
  • Preloaded with 100K topo Maps
  • Track up to 20 Dogs
  • Improved Battery Life
  • Track other Garmin Alpha Handhelds
  • Connect your Garmin Alpha to a computer for Live Laptop tracking with Basecamp.
  • Radius Alerts-   Recieve an audio Alerts when a dog Leaves a radius that you choose
  • GEO Fence – Setup a area to define where you want to keep your dog inside, or if you want to be alerted when they enter a “forbiden” area. Great for Private property hunts where you dog might not know where he is or isn’t allow to hunt.

 

Introducing the Alpha 100


Tracking other Alpha 100 Handhelds.

Change Your update Rate

TT10 Collar video

 

What’s in the Box:

You can purchase the Alpha 100 in a bundle or as a stand alone receiver.

Alpha Bundle
GPS Track and Train System

  • Alpha 100 handheld
  • Rechargeable user-replaceable Li-ion pack
  • Belt clip
  • Extended range antenna
  • TT™ 10 dog device with orange collar strap
  • Charge clip
  • AC adapter
  • Vehicle power cable
  • Split adapter cable
  • USB cable
  • Short and long contact point set with wrench and non-stim plug
  • Durable field bag
  • Manuals

Alpha 100
GPS Track and Train Handheld

  • Alpha 100 handheld
  • Rechargeable user-replaceable Li-ion pack
  • Belt clip
  • Extended range antenna
  • AC adapter
  • Vehicle power cable
  • USB cable
  • Split adapter cable

TT 10
GPS Track and Train Dog Device

  • TT 10 dog device with black collar strap
  • Charge clip
  • AC adapter
  • Vehicle power cable
  • User-replaceable contact points set (short and long) with wrench and non-stim plug

Track and Train 20 Dogs. From the compass screen, get in-depth speed, direction traveling and distance away information for any dogs you’ve selected. And correct any dog on this screen without falsely correcting the others.

At-A-Glance Dog Stats. Get the information you always need, like your dog’s state (moving or on-point/treed), distance from the Alpha device, total distance traveled, speed and update rate, all on 1 screen.

Keep ‘em Away From Hazard. Don’t wait till your dog is lost or in danger to get him back. Setup virtual boundaries on your map and receive an alert if he strays out of your geofence so you can recall him right away.

Your Own Birds Eye View. Track and train up to 3 dogs based on where they are with BirdsEye Satellite Imagery. These highly-detailed raster maps provide a realistic bird’s eye view of roads, parking areas, buildings, and terrain, including tree lines, lakes, rivers and streams. They are a great way to supplement the comprehensive topographic maps on your Alpha.

Keep Your Dogs On Track. From the training screen, correct and recall multiple dogs (with extra TT 10 devices) with the help of Tri-Tronics electronic training. Select traditional or linear progression plus tone or stimulation types.

Keep Up With Your Buddies. Know where other hunters in your group are. Set your Alpha to show not only the dogs in your group, but also the other Alpha handhelds too (Up to 20 TT 10 or Alpha units. Not compatible with Astro).

Professional Tracker. Professional Trainer.

  • Glove-friendly 3” color touchscreen
  • Preloaded 100K U.S. TOPO maps
  • Electronic compass
  • Barometric altimeter
  • Hunter-to-hunter position reporting with preset messaging capability
  • Waterproof (IPX7) design
  • Rechargeable, user-replaceable Li-ion battery pack

 

 

 

 

PO maps you’ll always know your surroundings. alpha

Track Your Dogs

Using the Alpha 100, you can measure each dog’s speed, distance and the direction being traveled. Plus, you can receive notifications when a dog is “Treed” or “On Point.” A single Alpha 100 can track up to 20 dogs or fellow hunters when using either additional Alpha 100 handhelds or TT 10 devices (each sold separately, not compatible with Astro®).

Train and Control Your Dogs

Alpha 100 helps you train and control them to stop chasing unwanted game or “recall” to your position. Easy to access training buttons allow you to communicate separately to each dog through safe and effective features, including 18 levels of momentary and 18 levels of continuous stimulation or an audible tone command. Plus, a lockout setting is available to avoid accidental stimulation or tone.

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Two modes of level progression let you customize your training even further. Traditional stimulation allows you to make quick changes within a predetermined stimulation level (low, medium or high). Whereas linear stimulation allows progressively more stimulation through all 18 levels available.

Extend Your Battery

When using the TT 10, hunters can switch to Rescue Mode to prolong the battery life. When the TT 10 reaches a certain battery level, it will slow down the update rate at which it pings the Alpha 100 from every 2.5 seconds to every 2 minutes. This mode should provide additional battery life to the TT 10, giving you more time to search for and locate your dog.

 

Physical & Performance:

Unit dimensions, WxHxD: 2.5″ x 6.5″ x1.5” (6.4 x 16.5 x 3.8 cm)
Display size, WxH: 1.5″ x 2.6″ (3.8 x 6.3 cm); 3″ diag (7.6 cm)
Display resolution, WxH: 200 x 400 pixels
Display type: transflective, 65-K color TFT touchscreen
Weight: 8.8 oz (250 g) with standard antenna and battery
Battery: rechargeable lithium-ion (included)
Battery life: up to 20 hours (Alpha 100)
Waterproof: yes (IPX7)
Floats: no
High-sensitivity receiver: yes
Interface: USB

Maps & Memory:

Basemap: yes
Preloaded maps: yes (topographic)
Ability to add maps: yes
Built-in memory: 4.0 GB, 500 MB available for user storage (with topo maps loaded)
Accepts data cards: microSD™ card (not included)
Waypoints/favorites/locations: 4000
Routes: 200
Track log: 10,000 points, 200 saved tracks

Features & Benefits:

Automatic routing (turn by turn routing on roads): yes (with optional mapping for detailed roads)
Electronic compass: yes (tilt-compensated, 3-axis)
Touchscreen: yes
Barometric altimeter: yes
Camera: no
Geocaching-friendly: yes (paperless)
Custom maps compatible: yes
Photo navigation (navigate to geotagged photos): yes
Outdoor GPS games: no
Hunt/fish calendar: yes
Sun and moon information: yes
Tide tables: yes
Area calculation: yes
Custom POIs (ability to add additional points of interest): yes
Unit-to-unit transfer (shares data wirelessly with similar units): yes
Picture viewer: no
Garmin Connect™ compatible (online community where you analyze, categorize and share data): yes
Additional: Range: up to 9 miles line of sight

Frequency band: MURS (not compatible with Astro)

Tracks up to 20 dogs (TT10) and buddies (Alpha 100) simultaneously

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DuSupply: Garmin Delta Review

Double U Hunting supply posts review of the Garmin Delta Sport.

Garmin Delta and Delta Sport Electronic Dog Training Systems review

Garmin has changed the game when it comes to training your hunting dogs in the field, or your beloved hounds at home. The company in January introduced its Delta Series of electronic dog training systems, including the entry-level Delta and the feature-packed Delta Sport. These transmitter/receiver systems can be used to correct problem barkers at home, and to enhance the working performance of your bird dogs, upland hunters, or hounds in the field. According to Dan Bartel, Garmin’s vice president of worldwide sales, “These new electronic dog training aids are designed to help dogs learn – whether they’re elite sporting dogs or …

Visit DuSupply.com to read the entire Garmin Delta Sport Review

Garmin Delta Sport Training Collar

Garmin Delta Sport

$249.99

 

Garmin Delta Dog Training Photo

Garmin Delta

 

$199.99
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April Fools 2012 BigGameHoundsmen

Page 1 of 1

Is this website hacked or something ? What’s going on

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 01:36 pm
by treetalkingjp
Every time eye type it says “stinky ” and “eye” and “hotdog”. Can anyone tell me what’s going on

Re: Is this website hacked or something ? What’s going on

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 01:49 pm
by zachvu
This is one of my favorites so far…

its not the hotdog in the fish, its the fish in the hotdog


Re: Is this website hacked or something ? What’s going on

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 01:50 pm
by Grzyadms4x4
December day day, eye guess. We need a December day day to Spanish dictionary for some posts.

Re: Is this website hacked or something ? What’s going on

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 01:57 pm
by Bplott
prolly some anit feline fishing, animal lover, hack the site

Re: Is this website hacked or something ? What’s going on

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 02:04 pm
by treetalkingjp
Hahaha that’s not suppose to say “fish” and “hotdog” . Defiantly a stump jumper hacked this website

Re: Is this website hacked or something ? What’s going on

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 02:12 pm
by Bearkiller
Surely its December fisrt . Eye

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Is this website hacked or something ? What’s going on

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 03:33 pm
by Matt_Potter
Yeah they are pretty good as well – this morning eye thought they just hacked the data base and did a search and replace on the old posts – no biggie – but it looks like they left a worm behind that keeps making the changes.

Re: Is this website hacked or something ? What’s going on

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 03:55 pm
by Buddyw
eye can assure we Nothing has been hacked.. It’s just been one of them days. :) :lol: :beer
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Garmin Releases New BarkLimiter and BarkLimiter Deluxe

The BarkLimiter Series

There’s no denying it – all dogs bark.  But problems begin when the barking becomes incessant – often times when family members are away from the home and unable to deal with the problem.  Neighbors start complaining, and in extreme cases, the landlord or animal control intervenes – forcing pet owners to make difficult decisions.

The new Garmin BarkLimiter series helps put an end to the problem by giving dog owners control over nuisance barking.  Featuring bark identification technology that uses innovative accelerometer technology, the BarkLimiter is able to distinguish between barking and other vocalizations.  Also exclusive to the new BarkLimiter Series is Advanced Bark Correction Technology, which delivers consistent and instantaneous correction, while substantially reducing false corrections that can be caused by external noises.

Like all Garmin products, the BarkLimiter Series is simple to use, with a set-it-and-forget-it “autorise” function that automatically programs the stimulation intensity level based on the barking behavior of each individual dog.  When a bark is detected, the lowest level of correction is given, and corrections will rise until the dog stops nuisance barking.  After a prolonged period of quiet, the BarkLimiter will reset itself to two levels below the dog’s maximum level reached and begin rising again if barking resumes.  Vibration and manual settings are also included.

For dogs that spend time alone in an apartment or back yard, the Bark Odometer™ lets dog owners know exactly how many times their dog barked while they were away.  The lightweight and compact BarkLimiter series features integrated stainless steel contact points and is waterproof in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes.  Two versions are offered: the BarkLimiter, which features a long-lasting (up to 10 months) user-replaceable battery, and the BarkLimiter Deluxe, which features a rechargeable battery that lasts The BarkLimiter has a retail price of $79.99, and the BarkLimiter Deluxe has a retail price of $99.99.  Both models will be available in stores and online in the first quarter of 2013.

 

  1. Garmin BarkLimiter

    Garmin BarkLimiter

    $79.99

    Pre Order Now! Please allow 5-8 weeks to ship Learn More

  2.  Garmin BarkLimter Deluxe

    Garmin BarkLimter Deluxe

    $99.99
    Pre Order Now! Please allow 5-8 weeks to ship. Learn More

 

 

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Garmin Announces New Training Collar – Garmin Delta and Delta Sport

Garmin New Shocking/Trainin System

Garmin® Introduces New Line of Electronic Dog Training Collars

Posted January 14, 2013 | 07:00 AM in Outdoor/Fitness | Permalink

BarkLimiter™ and Delta™ Series Help Make Dogs More Enjoyable

OLATHE, Kan. /January 14, 2013/Business Wire — Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, today announced a new line of electronic dog training systems: the BarkLimiter series of bark reduction collars and the Delta series of training collars for dogs.

“These new electronic dog training aids are designed to help dogs learn – whether they’re elite sporting dogs or beloved members of the family,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin’s vice president of worldwide sales.  “Both the BarkLimiter and Delta series feature proven and safe electronic correction technology that has been perfected by Tri-Tronics – the leader in electronic dog training devices for more than 40 years.”

The BarkLimiter Series

There’s no denying it – all dogs bark.  But problems begin when the barking becomes incessant – often times when family members are away from the home and unable to deal with the problem.  Neighbors start complaining, and in extreme cases, the landlord or animal control intervenes – forcing pet owners to make difficult decisions.

The new Garmin BarkLimiter series helps put an end to the problem by giving dog owners control over nuisance barking.  Featuring bark identification technology that uses innovative accelerometer technology, the BarkLimiter is able to distinguish between barking and other vocalizations.  Also exclusive to the new BarkLimiter Series is Advanced Bark Correction Technology, which delivers consistent and instantaneous correction, while substantially reducing false corrections that can be caused by external noises.

Like all Garmin products, the BarkLimiter Series is simple to use, with a set-it-and-forget-it “autorise” function that automatically programs the stimulation intensity level based on the barking behavior of each individual dog.  When a bark is detected, the lowest level of correction is given, and corrections will rise until the dog stops nuisance barking.  After a prolonged period of quiet, the BarkLimiter will reset itself to two levels below the dog’s maximum level reached and begin rising again if barking resumes.  Vibration and manual settings are also included.

For dogs that spend time alone in an apartment or back yard, the Bark Odometer™ lets dog owners know exactly how many times their dog barked while they were away.  The lightweight and compact BarkLimiter series features integrated stainless steel contact points and is waterproof in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes.  Two versions are offered: the BarkLimiter, which features a long-lasting (up to 10 months) user-replaceable battery, and the BarkLimiter Deluxe, which features a rechargeable battery that lasts The BarkLimiter has a retail price of $79.99, and the BarkLimiter Deluxe has a retail price of $99.99.  Both models will be available in stores and online in the first quarter of 2013.

The Delta Series

For dog owners that want both a training collar and a bark collar, the Delta Sport delivers – combining two great features into one small package.  The Delta Sport is a sleek, ergonomic, and simple-to-use electronic training system for dog owners who want to teach their canine companion new commands, or refocus them away from unwanted behaviors.  Functioning as a “virtual leash” up to three-quarters of a mile away, the Delta Sport gives dog owners a wide range of customizable correction settings, including tone, vibration, and 18 levels of momentary and continuous stimulation.  And when not being used as a training collar, it serves double duty as a bark collar, with the same autorise feature found in the BarkLimiter Deluxe.

The Delta handheld’s easy-to-read LCD display makes it simple to switch among five different training configurations.  The trainer can make immediate corrections when necessary – all based on the temperament of the dog and the specific situation at hand.  The Delta handheld can control up to three collars total (sold separately) and switching between different dog collars is effortless.  The lightweight and compact Delta features integrated stainless steel contact points and both the collar unit and handheld are waterproof in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes – and the transmitter floats.  Both the handheld and collar unit come with rechargeable batteries that last up to three months on a full charge.

For trainers who only want e-collar functions (and no BarkLimiter), Garmin offers the Delta in a basic configuration with three training configurations (instead of five) and half-mile range.

The Delta has a retail price of $199.99, and the Delta Sport has a retail price of $249.99.  Both models will be available in stores and online in the first quarter of 2013.

The BarkLimiter and Delta Series dog training devices are the latest innovations in Garmin’s growing outdoor segment, which focuses on developing technologies to enhance users’ outdoor experiences and their relationships with their canine companions.  Whether it’s hiking, hunting, golfing, geocaching, or dog training, Garmin devices are essential tools for outdoor enthusiasts of all levels. For more information about Garmin’s other outdoor products and services, go to www.garmin.com/dogs, www.garmin.blogs.com and http://twitter.com/garmin.

 

About Garmin International Inc.
Garmin International Inc. is a subsidiary of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation. Since 1989, this group of companies has designed, manufactured, marketed and sold navigation, communication and information devices and applications – most of which are enabled by GPS technology. Garmin’s products serve automotive, mobile, wireless, outdoor recreation, marine, aviation, and OEM applications. Garmin Ltd. is incorporated in Switzerland, and its principal subsidiaries are located in the United States, Taiwan and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit Garmin’s virtual pressroom at www.garmin.com/pressroom or contact the Media Relations department at 913-397-8200. Garmin and Tri-Tronics are registered trademarks and BarkLimiter and Delta are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries.

Notice on Forward-Looking Statements:

This release includes forward-looking statements regarding Garmin Ltd. and its business. Such statements are based on management’s current expectations.  The forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this release may not occur and actual results could differ materially as a result of known and unknown risk factors and uncertainties affecting Garmin, including, but not limited to, the risk factors listed in the Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2011, filed by Garmin with the Securities and Exchange Commission (Commission file number 0-31983).  A copy of such Form 10-K is available at www.garmin.com/aboutGarmin/invRelations/finReports.html.  No forward-looking statement can be guaranteed.  Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date on which they are made and Garmin undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise.

 

FCC Notice:

The Delta and Delta Sport have not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. These devices are not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.

 

  1. Garmin Delta

    Garmin Delta

    $199.99

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    This device has not been authorized as required by the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained. Learn More
  2. Garmin Delta Sport

    Garmin Delta Sport

    $249.99

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    This device has not been authorized as required by the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.The Garmin Delta Sport is a great system for use in the field as well an in and around the home. Learn More
    1. Garmin BarkLimiter

      Garmin BarkLimiter

      $79.99

      Pre Order Now! Please allow 5-8 weeks to ship Learn More

    2.  Garmin BarkLimter Deluxe

      Garmin BarkLimter Deluxe

      $99.99
      Pre Order Now! Please allow 5-8 weeks to ship. Learn More

 

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New Garmin Alpha Collar (tt 10) Replacement Antenna’s

Double U Hunting Supply is the first to introduce Replacement Antennas for the Garmin Alpha Collars.  At this time Garmin does not offer a factory Replacement antenna for the new TT10 Collars.  The only way to replace the Antenna is to Send it back to Garmin for a repair charge.  Double U has to Special order and custom build these antennas that will fit and work with the Garmin TT10 tracking collars.

Garmin Alpha TT10 Collar Replacement Antenna   Exclusively At Double U Hunting Supply

Our antennas are made with stainless steel, and have a Bright Protection coat that increases Visibility.     These antenna’s are built by the Tuff Skin antenna standards and have the same great range that the Factory Garmin Alpha Collar Antennas have.

You can also use this antenna’s on the DC40 and DC30 antennas as is, they perform as well as Double U Hunting Supply’s “stainless Steel” tuff skin antennas, but have a florescent bright color to increase visibility.

For more information Please visit Double U Hunting Supply.

Here are some Other Products from Double U related to the The Garmin Alpha Series.

  1. Garmin Alpha 100 Combo

    Garmin Alpha 100 Combo

    $799.99
    Alpha allows you to track up to 20 dogs or buddies (TT units or Alpha units) by adding them to your tracking list. Train 3 dogs at a time with separate levels or modes of stimulation for each. See when your dogs are moving or on-point or treed. Learn More
  2. Garmin Alpha Collar  (TT 10)

    Garmin Alpha Collar (TT 10)

    $299.99
    Garmin TT 10 Extra Dog Tracking/Training collar for the Garmin Alpha System. Learn More
    1. Garmin Astro/Alpha Antenna Quick Connect (Female)

      Garmin Astro/Alpha Antenna Quick Connect (Female)

      $7.50
      Garmin Astro/Alpha Antenna Quick Connect (Female) Learn More
    2. Garmin ALPHA Field Bag

      Garmin ALPHA Field Bag

      $32.99
      This durable field bag is just what you need to keep all of your tracking and training devices in one spot. Made with black and gray polyester, this zippered bag with an inside mesh pocket is big enough to house multiple Alpha™, TT™ 10 and associated accessories. Learn More
    3. Garmin ALPHA Anti-Glare Screen Protectors

      Garmin ALPHA Anti-Glare Screen Protectors

      $7.99
      These screen protectors reduce sunlight glare on the Alpha™’s display, minimize fingerprint smudges and protect against scratches. Includes 3 per package. Learn More
    4. Garmin TT10 Replacement Li-Ion Battery Pack

      Garmin TT10 Replacement Li-Ion Battery Pack

      $39.99
      Need a charge? Use this as a replacement battery or as a spare for your TT 10 dog tracking and training device. Learn More
    5. Garmin ALPHA Lithium-Ion Battery Pack

      Garmin ALPHA Lithium-Ion Battery Pack

      $36.99
      For extended outings with your Montana™, bring an extra Li-ion battery pack, or purchase this as a replacement. Learn More
    6. Garmin TT10 Charging Clip

      Garmin TT10 Charging Clip

      $5.99
      Let the charging begin! Simply snap your TT™ 10 to our charging clip when not in use to recharge your battery. The power cable (sold separately) is plugged into the mini USB port on the side of the charging clip. Note: You must remove the clip before using the device. Learn More
    7. Garmin ALPHA USB Cable

      Garmin ALPHA USB Cable

      $14.99
      Get the most out of your device with our USB cable. Create routes and waypoints on your personal computer and transfer them to your device using the USB cable. On compatible devices, use the USB cable to transfer photos and music and turn your device into a portable photo album or music player. You can even use the USB cable to charge your device! Learn More
    8. Garmin ALPHA Split Adapter Cable

      Garmin ALPHA Split Adapter Cable

      $12.71
      Don’t get stuck without either of your tracking or training devices while on the hunt. Our split adapter cable allows you to recharge your Alpha™ and TT™ 10 devices in your vehicle at the same time. Or, you can use it to charge 2 devices (Alpha 100 and/or TT 10) from a single cigarette lighter receptacle or single AC adapter. Learn More
    9. Garmin ALPHA AC Adapter Cable

      Garmin ALPHA AC Adapter Cable

      $21.99
      Power and recharge your Alpha™ and TT™ 10 dog tracking and training devices from any standard U.S. wall outlet with this replacement adapter cable. Learn More
    10. Garmin ALPHA Vehicle Power Cable

      Garmin ALPHA Vehicle Power Cable

      $21.99
      Power up while you’re on the go with this 12 V adapter. It’s your in-vehicle charger when you’re on the trail. Plugs into any standard cigarette lighter receptacle. Learn More
    11. Garmin Alpha TT10 Replacement Antenna (VHF)

      Garmin Alpha TT10 Replacement Antenna (VHF)

      Garmin Alpha TT10 Replacement Antenna. Learn More
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