If you’re looking at smaller and more compact e collars for dogs, you’ll want to check out this Dogtra 200c vs 280c comparison.
In this guide, we’ve listed the main differences and similarities between these two Dog Collar Training systems.
We’ve also clearly outlined what type of people and owners the remote trainers might be for.
Let’s check them out in closer detail!
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Dogtra 200C vs 280C: Comparison, & Which E Collar Is Better?
You can go straight to viewing the Dogtra 200C and 280C here:
Dogtra 200C E Collar (on Amazon)
Dogtra 280C E Collar (on Amazon)
Dogtra 200C vs 280C: Which Might Be Better For You?
Both e collars are:
- Intended for basic/entry level obedience training and field work
- Small/compact e collars and handhelds (about 20 to 30% smaller than the other Dogtra e collars) for smaller dogs
The 280C in our opinion is a better remote dog collar training system.
It has more features and more capabilities, and a better handheld remote design.
For the very small price difference, there’s not much point in going for the 200C.
Dogtra 200C vs 280C: Differences
The main differences between the two are:
- The 200C has 100 different levels of low to medium static stimulation, whilst the 280C has 127 levels
- The 200C has a dial on the front of the handheld remote, whilst the 280C has a twist dial ontop of the remote
- The 200C has the levels on the dial, whilst the 280C has an LCD screen on the front of the remote that allows you to digitally see the levels as you turn the dial
Dogtra 200C vs 280C: Similarities
For the most part, the 200C and 280C are very similar. The features that are the same on both e collars are:
- Both are compact/small dog collar training systems that are smaller than the regular e collar handheld remote and collar device
- Both are for dogs 10lbs and up
- Both are designed for smaller dogs, and dogs with soft to medium temperaments
- Both have a low to medium static stimulation (shock) power output
- Both are designed for basic obedience training and entry level field work
- Both have continuous and momentary (nick) static stimulation options
- Both have vibration training option
- Both have a 1/2 a mile range between remote and collar receiver
- Both have 2 hour quick charge batteries
- Both are fully waterproof
- Both DON’T have a tone/sound training option
Dogtra 200C vs 280C: 2 Dog E Collar Models
Both the 200C and 280C also have alternative models with all the same features, except they allow an extra dog, for a total of 2 dogs, to be controlled on the remote handheld at a time.
They do this with a separate collar device (an orange collar), and color coded buttons on the remote. You can check out those 2 dog e collars here:
2 Dog Model of The 200C – Dogtra 202C E Collar (on Amazon)
2 Dog Model of The 280C – Dogtra 282C E Collar (on Amazon) (note – although the product description might say 282NCP which is the old model, Dogtra should be sending out the new model 282C for this product)
Dogtra 200C vs 280C: Reviews
Dogtra 200C Review
Dogtra 280C Review
Dogtra 202C Review (the 2 dog model of the 200C)
Dogtra 282C Review (the 2 dog model of the 280C)
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