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SportDOG SD-1225X Sport Hunter Remote Training Collar

Florida Hardware
$259.99

SKU:72984912141

The SportDOG SD-1225X is like a little brother to the popular SD-1825X. It uses the exact same collar receiver as the 1825X, but with a smaller transmitter and a slightly reduced range (3/4 mile vs. 1 mile).

Like the SD-1825X, the SD-1225X receiver collar has 3 programmable stimulation settings, allowing you to choose between low, medium, and high stimulation to more accurately address your dog's stimulation needs.

The SD-1225 transmitter doesn't have the toggle switch found on the 1825X, so you have fewer modes to choose from, but it still maintains all the same functions as the 1825X: continuous stimulation, momentary stimulation, vibration, and tone.

The multi-dog modes the SD-1225X offer continuous stimulation only, one button for each dog.

The 1225X has up to 21 levels of continuous stimulation, and 7 levels of momentary stimulation.

The modes to help you personalize your system to fit YOUR dog's needs include:
  1. Continuous, Momentary, Tone with Vibration on the dial (1 Dog Only)
  2. Continuous, Momentary, Vibration with Tone on the dial (1 Dog Only)
  3. High Continuous, Medium Continuous, Low COntinuous with Tone on the dial (1 Dog only)
  4. High Continuous, Medium Continuous, Low COntinuous with Vibration on the dial (1 Dog only)
  5. Continuous, Momentary, Activate Remote Beeper (sold separately) with Tone on the Dial (1 dog only)
  6. Dog 1, Dog 2, Dog 3 (all continuous) with Tone on the Dial
  7. Dog 1, Dog 2, Dog 3 (all continuous) with Vibration on the Dial


The biggest difference between the 1225X and the smaller collars is that it has a wider range of stimulation choices on the collar. This has the low stim mode, the medium stim mode, and the high stim mode, so it's going to cover a really broad range of dogs. If you have a dog that's extremely sensitive you can set it down on low. If you have a dog that's really tough and hardheaded, needing a higher stimulation level, then this collar will step up.

The transmitter is the exact same size as the 825X, so it's a little bit smaller than the 1825X. It's probably my favorite size of the transmitters that SportDOG has. It's not extremely small like the 425X, but it's not big like the 1825X. The 1225X doesn't have the toggle switch that the 1825X has, so it is more limited in its multi-dog functionality.
The SportDOG SD-1225X is like a little brother to the popular SD-1825X. It uses the exact same collar receiver as the 1825X, but with a smaller transmitter and a slightly reduced range (3/4 mile vs. 1 mile).

Like the SD-1825X, the SD-1225X receiver collar has 3 programmable stimulation settings, allowing you to choose between low, medium, and high stimulation to more accurately address your dog's stimulation needs.

The SD-1225 transmitter doesn't have the toggle switch found on the 1825X, so you have fewer modes to choose from, but it still maintains all the same functions as the 1825X: continuous stimulation, momentary stimulation, vibration, and tone.

The multi-dog modes the SD-1225X offer continuous stimulation only, one button for each dog.

The 1225X has up to 21 levels of continuous stimulation, and 7 levels of momentary stimulation.

The modes to help you personalize your system to fit YOUR dog's needs include:
  1. Continuous, Momentary, Tone with Vibration on the dial (1 Dog Only)
  2. Continuous, Momentary, Vibration with Tone on the dial (1 Dog Only)
  3. High Continuous, Medium Continuous, Low COntinuous with Tone on the dial (1 Dog only)
  4. High Continuous, Medium Continuous, Low COntinuous with Vibration on the dial (1 Dog only)
  5. Continuous, Momentary, Activate Remote Beeper (sold separately) with Tone on the Dial (1 dog only)
  6. Dog 1, Dog 2, Dog 3 (all continuous) with Tone on the Dial
  7. Dog 1, Dog 2, Dog 3 (all continuous) with Vibration on the Dial


The biggest difference between the 1225X and the smaller collars is that it has a wider range of stimulation choices on the collar. This has the low stim mode, the medium stim mode, and the high stim mode, so it's going to cover a really broad range of dogs. If you have a dog that's extremely sensitive you can set it down on low. If you have a dog that's really tough and hardheaded, needing a higher stimulation level, then this collar will step up.

The transmitter is the exact same size as the 825X, so it's a little bit smaller than the 1825X. It's probably my favorite size of the transmitters that SportDOG has. It's not extremely small like the 425X, but it's not big like the 1825X. The 1225X doesn't have the toggle switch that the 1825X has, so it is more limited in its multi-dog functionality.