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Remington SideKick

The Remington SideKick, a new remote training system, is a lightweight, compact, less-expensive e-collar that operates on disposable and replaceable batteries in the transmitter (three-volt CR240 lithium coin cell battery) and in the receiver (CR2 three-volt lithium battery).

The transmitter's LCD screen indicates impulse levels from 0 to 9. Four program modes on the transmitter include stimulation with tone, stimulation delay, stimulation only and tone only.

Contact: Remington Sporting Dog; (800) 243-9700; www.remingtonsportingdog.com


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