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Garmin Astro 320 Tracking Device w/ DC40 Collar Bundle

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320 & Collar Bundle
  • DC 40 GPS Dog Tracking Collar included.
  • Able to track up to 10 dogs simultaneously.
  • Built-in vibration motor to support silent alerts.
  • 2.6" 65K color TFT display.
  • Worldwide basemap with shaded relief.
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Product Information

Edition: 320 & Collar Bundle
Technical Details
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions1.4 x 2.4 x 6.3 inches
Item model number010-00976-00
Batteries:2 AA batteries required.
Display Size2.6 inches
Battery Life20 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB0055QZ2JS
Best Sellers Rank #16,282 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 6, 2011
  
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Technical Details

Edition: 320 & Collar Bundle
  • GPS

Product Description

Edition: 320 & Collar Bundle

Bright 2.6", 65K Sunlight-Readable Tft Color Display (160 X 240 Pixels); Worldwide Built-In Basemap With Shaded Relief, Supports Garmin Custom Maps, Birdseyetm (Overlay Satellite Image) , 3-Axis Compass and Barometric Altimeter; Built-In Vibration Motor To Support Silent Alerts; Wireless Dog Sharing For Easy Transfer Of Tracking Capabilities To Another Astro 320 , Wireless Unit-To-Unit Data Transfer Of Waypoints, Routes, Tracks and Geocaches With Other Compatible Devices.

Customer Reviews

It is easy to use and has been very reliable.
Allen P Hanna
Not only do I know where my dogs are at all times, but it is fun to see how far each dog travels.
TrailDog
It is just want he wanted for Christmas, works great tracking his dogs while hunting coyotes.
CLARE P CARTER

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By TrailDog on January 8, 2013
Edition: 320 & Collar Bundle
Update- August, 2013.

I purchased tracking collars for my other two dogs and am glad I did. I use the collars every day, whenever we go out trail running or hiking. Great investment. Not only do I know where my dogs are at all times, but it is fun to see how far each dog travels. I have started training my youngest dog for Search and Rescue (SAR)- avalanche and wilderness. It is very useful for training- I know where the dog is, where she has been, and how well she may have searched and area. Perfect working application. All in all, this product has worked very well so far- with daily use for almost a year. It was a costly first investment, but well worth it.

Original Review-

I finally bought this product on sale at REI after I (for not the first time) lost track of my husky, but this time he ended up following someone home and nearly ended up at Animal Control. I employed my tracking dog to find him, and did- but it was a bad situation. I thought I wouldn't need to pay so much $$ for a collar, and could train him to come when called or avoid losing sight of him, but things happen out in the woods, and I finally decided to spend the money I am so glad I did.

I currently only have one collar which I use on my widest ranging dog- my husky. I uploaded free maps from the orienteering club and state websites and have detailed maps of our normal running routes and mountain hikes. The GPS tracks great, I especially like the symbols of a running, sitting, and treeing dog. I can tell when my dog is running, which direction he is going, and what he is doing- running, standing or "treeing quarry" (which happens when they find a moose). This means I am able to call the dogs off whatever they are bothering, without needing to see what they are doing in person.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Kennywayne on January 10, 2012
Edition: 320 & Collar Bundle Verified Purchase
I purchased this product to put on my beagles. It is a little bulky and Garmin has had some issues with the antenna and signal strength.

The birdseye imagery (which is what makes this unit awesome) really sucks because of the download speed cap. It is so frustrating it makes me not like the actual product a little bit.

Signal loss is a huge issue!! For advertising 13 miles with the extended antenna only consitently delivering 1 to 2 miles is really a crappy thing to do. I did get one read in perfect conditions standing on a mountain at 4.14 miles but that was only for a second and then it quit.

Still its an ABOVE average GPS stand alone system with lots of capabilities and keeping track of dogs is really easy even if the bulky makes iit difficult for the dogs.

Worth every penny to keep the dogs safe and be able to use topo maps and birdseye with it makes it fun to use as well.

PS. FOR 600 BUCKS MAPS SHOULD BE FREE!!! when you first get the unit you have nothing at all unless you spend hundreds more on maps or buy birdseye..
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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Richard C. Allred on January 15, 2012
Edition: 320 & Collar Bundle Verified Purchase
I purchased this to replace a 200 model. It works just as well but not any better than the previous model in that you can always follow the arrows to find your dog but the compass seems to have trouble staying oriented to the north. I am needing to recalibrate often the so called 3rd axis where you can read it with it vertical is no better than the old one. All in all if you need a dog location device the Garmin Astros are the best on the market but save some money and get the previous model. If you are like me and had an older model the upgrade is not worth it wait for another upgrade.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By jrstafford on February 11, 2012
Edition: 320 & Collar Bundle Verified Purchase
Have used a beep beep tracking system for the past 20 years or so. After using the Astro 320, I wouldn't even want to go out hunting if it was broken!

This thing is AWESOME!! If you get one, take the time to learn to download and use the Birdseye View. You can use the Satellite Picture to pick the easiest walk through the woods to your dogs, and heck, if they are treed in a big enough tree that's separate from other trees, you could actually see the tree they are treed in. Birdseye View is an extra $30 for a year, but it's so worth it. Get a 16gb memory card to put in the Astro, then download all your hunting areas onto the card within the year subscription. Once you download it, it's yours to keep....you don't need a subscription after the year unless you need to download another area.

This thing has made coon hunting with dogs so much easier, and a whole lot more fun than before. Would like to see an upgrade to the collars so that they could work longer on a charge. They'll only last a night or two of hunting when fully charged, so you still have to put the old beep beep tracking collar on also, in case you lose a dog for a few days. Once they ever get the use time on these collars up to a couple of weeks on a charge, it's bye bye to the old beep beep tracking collars.

Get it, you'll wonder how you ever hunted without it!
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Alabama CoonHunter on December 15, 2012
Edition: 320 & Collar Bundle
First of all, I coon hunt 5 nights a week. The astro 320 is not smaller than the 220, it gobbles up name brand batteries. It loses signal when dogs get out to about 900 hundred yards where I hunt and the 220 side by side picks back up better , the 320 stays stuck while dogs are getting hundreds of yards away. I have to keep recalibrating the compass, I recommend the 220 with the dc40 collars. The maps should be free, I have had trouble with the map card staying place and also the back cover on the 320. Take my advice, the astro 320 does not out perform the 220 besides the birdseye view.
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