First Look: Garmin Delta SE Training System

posted on August 31, 2022
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Garmin International, Inc. has announced the Delta SE handheld and collar. Using Garmin’s dog-training technology, the new ergonomic handheld offers a user-friendly form factor. Whether at home or on the hunt, the simple, one-handed operation of Delta SE keeps focus on the dog, not the handheld device.

“For years, trainers of all skill levels have chosen the Garmin Delta series as a trusted tool for their dog training needs. We listened to customer feedback and built upon the legacy of the Delta series to create our most intuitive dog training handheld device to date – Delta SE,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of global consumer sales. “The simplified, no-look training interface is intentionally designed so trainers can quickly adapt to Delta SE and the specific training situation at hand. And, thanks to the incorporation of Garmin’s proven dog technology, trainers will have the tool they can depend on for beginning or advanced training sessions.”

The Delta SE handheld is a lightweight, screen-free remote trainer that leverages a simple, three-button operation. Individuals can choose tone, continuous, or momentary correction settings using dedicated buttons on the handheld. A tactile dial on the top of the handheld is used to change between 10 different stimulation levels to meet the dog’s temperament and the training situation, as well as an auxiliary setting to change the tone button to a vibration setting. The palm-sized handheld weighs only three ounces, making it small enough to slip into a pocket when not in use or light enough to be clipped to a lanyard.

The Delta SE handheld can be paired with new Delta SE collars, or existing Delta XC and PT 10 collars. The new Delta SE collars use interchangeable long or short plastic contact points for increased comfort and easier wear, as well as a new collar retention bar to help prevent dogs from getting caught on things like fences, tree limbs and debris. Using the slide switch located on the side of the handheld, Delta SE users can train up to two dogs out to a half mile during the same training session. This fully sealed, up-down slide switch allows users to transition between different dogs confidently and quickly at a moment’s notice. And with up to 70 hours of battery life and USB-C charging, Delta SE is there when you need it. To learn more, visit garmin.comMSRP: $249.99


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