This fully waterproof unit covers both basic and advanced training needs for both professionals and novice users alike. Whether you are knee-deep in cold icy waters or knee-deep in tall grass on a dry sunny day, the H2O PLUS is designed with the harshest environments in mind.Expandable to 2-dog or 3-dog system with Add-On collars
1800 Yard (1 Mile) Range
FLOATING Transmitter with No-Slip/Soft-Grip rubber coating
Maxx-Range Internal Collar Antenna System
Gentle Touch System Extra Mild Stimulation
Built-In Safety Shut-Off
Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery System
Completely Waterproof Transmitters and Collars
H2O 1830 PLUS has Jump and Rise Stimulations and is expandable up to 3 collars
The Jump Stimulation* is a great feature for training methods that involve jumping frequently between two different stimulation levels. As before, you can set a level of intensity to the Nick or Continuous Stimulation buttons that is appropriate for training your dog. The Jump Stimulation button allows you to set a second, self-programmed stimulation level higher or lower than your normal intensity level setting. Applying a correction at the right intensity level quickly and timely is paramount in dog training with e-collars. With the Jump Stimulation feature, you won't have to have to fumble around with the stimulation setting at the time that the correction is needed, so the chances of applying a stimulation too late or at the wrong intensity level are virtually eliminated. The Jump Stimulation is also useful in emergency or dangerous situations when your dog is excited and not responding to the normal stimulation level. If you do not have time to increase the intensity level in these situations, the Jump Stimulation is a fast and convenient way to get your dog's attention before the situation gets out of hand.
Another great feature is Rise Stimulation*. The Rise Stimulation button continuously increases the stimulation level until the button is released. This allows you to hold the Rise button until he/she notices a response from the dog, essentially allowing the dog to choose the appropriate level of stimulation. Prior to the Rise Stimulation, dog trainers had to guess at the correct stimulation level for individual dogs. With Rise Stimulation, the dog responds to a level that matches his temperament.