Garmin Astro 320 Tracking Device w/ DC40 Collar Bundle (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 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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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Consumer Supplies Direct||Amazon.com||PrimeMarineTackle&Gun|
|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 1.4 x 6.3 in||2.1 x 1.1 x 5.4 in||0.62 x 6 x 1 in||—||4 x 17.05 x 9.5 in||6.5 x 12.5 x 7.25 in|
|Item Weight||5 lbs||6 ounces||0.62 lb||—||3.52 lbs||3.63 lbs|
|Additional Features||GPS||—||—||collar receiver, waterproof, lightweight||—||Waterproof|
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.
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No more hours looking through corn fields or trying to figure out where exactly my rocket landed. I can just walk right to it.
The tracking can be downloaded to a computer and using Google Earth, you can see a 3D flight path of the rocket. Also you can see it from multiple angles. SWEET!
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!
The Astro 320/DC40 does not work that way. I has the same problem finding and pointing to the dog. Maybe 70% of the time it is close to pointing the correct direction but it will not point the way to a pointing dog past 35yd. At that distance, as you walk closer to the dog it jumps to 99yds. Since you can't see the dog you think he has relocated to 99yards but he hasn't. He has stayed put at 35yds and you cannot move in closer and find the dog on point. It is useless for this purpose.
Talked to Garmin 3 times and they have not been able to solve the problem. I cannot recommend to a friend. It does not work for a pointing dog.