Garmin Delta XC Series Remote Trainers


If you have been wracking your brain trying to find a reliable, name-brand remote trainer (e-collar) with professional features at a no-nonsense price, you have come to the right place for some solid ideas. Now you can get a remote trainer that won’t break the bank, and has name brand reliability and professional features usually only found in expensive collars.

In April, 2015, Garmin introduced its new Garmin Delta XC series of remote dog trainers with the popular and proven Tri-Tronics technology. The Delta XC series have premium features in one compact and easy-to-use system at an affordable price.

Finding easy ways to control your dog at an affordable price seems like a daunting task. In the past, most e-collars were prohibitively expensive if you wanted professional features, like a long-range of ½ mile+, or a choice of stimulation modes like vibration, tone only, or static. With the introduction of Garmin’s Delta XC series, look no further for a good remote trainer. The series includes Delta XC, Delta XC Sport and Delta Upland XC.

Garmin Delta XC Remote Dog Trainer

Garmin Delta XC Remote Trainer has 3 correction configurations, and the ability to set the device to train 1, 2 or 3 dogs from up to ½ mile away.

The Delta XC is a sleek, ergonomic, and easy-to-use remote trainer for people who want to teach their dogs new commands, or refocus their dog away from unwanted behaviors. Functioning as a “virtual leash,” the Delta XC gives dog owners a wide range of customizable correction settings, including tone, vibration, and 18 levels of momentary and continuous stimulation for up to three dogs at up to ½ mile away (additional dog devices sold separately). For 95% of dog owners, the Delta XC is your best bang for the buck, as it has everything you need in a remote trainer at a great price. If you don’t hunt with your dogs, and you don’t have a nuisance barker on your hands, then the Delta XC is the best remote trainer for your needs.

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Garmin Delta Sport XC has all of the features of the Delta XC, and adds the BarkLimiter to control nuisance barking.

If you have a nuisance barker, you may want to consider the Delta Sport XC. It adds a BarkLimiter mode to help put an end to nuisance barking, which has been improved to allow the user to train with the system while the BarkLimiter mode is currently on, and choose from either a fixed level or autorise stimulation to keep barking to a minimum. With a range of up to ¾ mile, the range on the Delta Sport XC is a bit longer than the Delta XC. The Delta Sport XC includes five training configurations (instead of three in the Delta XC).

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Garmin Delta Upland XC is designed for the upland hunter with the ability to set the device to train 1, 2 or 3 dogs from up to ¾ mile away (with purchase of additional dog devices).

The Delta Upland XC has all of the features of the Delta Sport XC, and is designed with hunting and sporting dogs in mind. The Upland XC includes the industry-leading Tri-Tronics™ Upland G3 Beeper, which is a convenient way to keep tabs on your dogs remotely, whether you are in thick cover or rolling terrain. The Upland XC also has 36 levels of momentary stimulation, in addition to 18 levels of continuous correction as well as tone and vibration.

The lightweight and compact Delta XC series handhelds and collar units are waterproof in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes – and the transmitter floats. Both the handheld and collar units come with rechargeable batteries.

The Delta XC series of remote trainers are available for pre-order from, and are expected to ship in mid-April 2015. We expect these to be a hot seller in 2015, so don’t delay if your plans this Spring/Summer include improved training and outdoor activities with your dog. As always, a portion of the revenue from each sale is donated to Rescue and helping companion animals in need.


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