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    Product description:A complete battery replacement kit for the SportDOG SD-1825 Remote Handheld Transmitter.
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    SportDOG SD-1825 Transmitter Replacement Battery Kit - SAC00-12542

    SportDOG SD-1825 Transmitter Replacement Battery Kit - SAC00-12542

    AU $44.90
    RRP AU $59.00 Save $14.10
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    Battery Replacement Kit for SD-1825 Remote Transmitter - SAC00-12542

    The SD-1825 is a long range remote dog trainer meant to be used by working or hunting dogs. It is a well-built remote dog trainer that will last for a long time. Batteries however will degrade over time. Our complete battery replacement kit for the SportDOG SD-1825 Remote Transmitter includes everything you need to replace the rechargeable li-ion battery.




    What’s included in the battery kit?

    • • Replacement SD-1825 Battery
    • • Gasket
    • • Screwdriver
    • • Operating Guide



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    SportDOG SD-1825 Remote Dog Training Collar

    The SportDOG SD-1825 Remote Trainer is a long range remote trainer best suited for working and hunting dogs. With up to 1600m of signal range, you are sure your dog would still be in your control from long distances. It can be expanded into a 3 dog system with extra collars and it features up to 16 simulation levels.

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