Garmin Delta Upland Reviews

Garmin Delta Upland

  • Train with tone, vibration, 36 levels of momentary and 18 levels of continuous stimulation
  • Beeper with 8 possible combinations of sounds, including 4 hunt (including silent) and 2 point (including hawk scream) -easily select and change sounds using external button on beeper
  • 3/4 mile training range (depending on terrain) Locate feature that allows audible update on dog's position even when beeper is on silent mode
  • 5 training modes with beeper control available on 3 modes -for easier multiple dog training and locating 1/4 mile audible range and innovative sound technology for beeper
  • Train up to 3 dogs (with purchase of additional dog devices and beepers) Built-in Bark Limiter with Advanced Bark Correction Technology

Electronic Dog Training with Beeper

  • 4 hunt sounds (including silent) and 2 point sounds (including hawk scream)
  • Beeper remote locate feature operable in silent hunt mode
  • Tones, vibrations, 36 levels of momentary and 18 levels of continuous stimulation
  • 5 training modes (beeper control available on 3 modes)
  • Built-in BarkLimiter™ with Advanced Bark Correction Technology


The Delta Upland remote training system combines a beeper with an easy-to-use remote dog trainer and built-in BarkLimiter, giving you 3 devices in one. The slim, compact dog device is optimized to work on all breeds and coat thicknesses, all with an effective range of ¾ mi.

Upland Beeper

Its lightweight (3 oz) beeper is attached to the ¾" training collar and operated remotely with the handheld unit. With 4 hunt sounds (including silent) and 2 point sounds (including hawk scream), the beeper uses the latest in sound technology to achieve more than ¼ mi range to help locate your bird dog and know when it’s on point. And the beeper has a locate feature, even in silent hunt mode. You can push the beeper button on the handheld unit and it will emit a series of tones as long as you’re pressing the button. If you want to hear the beeper only when you lose track of a dog, the locate feature comes in handy.

3 Ways to Train Your Dog

Choose from 18 levels of continuous and 36 levels of momentary stimulation, vibration or tone. With 5 correction/beeper configurations (viewable on the LCD display), you can choose the option best suited to the situation and dog temperament.

Built-in BarkLimiter

BarkLimiter recognizes the difference between barking and other vocalizations, and vibration from scratching and scraping or from other dogs’ barks. So it virtually eliminates false and over-correction. The autorise function automatically adjusts correction to the optimum level to stop unwanted barking.

Ergonomic Design

Delta Upland’s ergonomic design allows you to operate it with one hand. Its 3 front “action” buttons activate the beeper, stimulation, tone and/or vibration. Side buttons and an easy-to-read LCD display let you switch easily between training/beeper configurations and dogs (supports up to 3 dogs with additional dog devices).

Tough, Waterproof, Long-lasting

Delta Upland is rugged and IPX7 waterproof. A long-lasting, rechargeable lithium-ion battery is included for both the transmitter and dog device, and a the beeper includes a replaceable CR 123A battery.

The Delta Upland beeper uses the same technology as the Tri-Tronics® Upland G3 Beeper, but with a ¾" collar strap.

List Price: $ 299.99 Price: $ 269.99

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3 comments for “Garmin Delta Upland Reviews

  1. Steve in Ohio "Steve in Ohio"
    August 31, 2015 at 10:04 AM
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    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I would give this product a 5 start if they would have better documentation with the collar, April 22, 2014
    This review is from: Garmin Delta Upland (Electronics)
    I love this collar, it has quickly stopped the problem barking, and nuisance tendencies our dog was displaying at 9 months old.
    The collar and everything with it is high quality, but I can not believe that Garmin of all companies did not do a much better job of doing documentation on this thing. The bark limiter function is not explained at all and I had to look at various dealers online that were describing it to understand how it works. I mean, does it really shock my dog hard or what does it do? No good explanation. It wouldn’t take much to put better instructions on the device or at least online on their website. (GARMIN ARE YOU LISTENING?) I guess this is one of those products that does work well but you just have to experiment with it. No problem usually but not when I risk really shocking my dog. It took me a while to figure out the meaning of the little letters. After a while the device is great. This is not their fault but I am always in a hurry to use the device in a good way, and I don’t want to over shock the dog, so I really have to look and then the action that my dog is displaying that I want to correct is already over. Again, practice use is good. Now the good stuff about it: The vibration mode in the collar is great because you can get their attention without hurting them. I use the little beeper as a reward sound, it sounds like a digital watch beeping. The levels on the device for shocking are great because you can start out low and easily escalate if need be. Don’t do it unless you have to of course. If your dog is a novice, don’t use the device on the collar at all for several days, until your dog is used to wearing the collar. You don’t want them to associate the collar as a bad thing. My dog gets excited to put it on, I do take it off once in a while to get those prongs (those are humane in my opinion) off his neck to give him a rest from it. This is a real device made (or at least branded) by a great company Garmin. I just wish they would have a much better documentation, I could use it better and not feel stupid about trying to figure it out. ($300?!? Put in the couple of thousand dollars to document it and a link on your website with some training videos on you-tube (YOU LISTENING GARMIN?!?) The remote whistle or whatever you want to call it, is on the top of the collar, black base with mostly orange plastic is LOUD. You might want to give your dog some distance from it the first time you turn it on. It scared the hell out of my dog, he didn’t know why that sound was coming from the top of his neck. I turned it off quickly. You will be able to hear that from a far distance. Summary: Great device, well made, moderately good information screen takes a while to understand, intuitive after an hour. Seems to have good range, rugged, don’t know about water durability, charger seems adequate, I would recommend it, but it will take a bit to figure it out.

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  2. Hunt
    August 31, 2015 at 10:37 AM
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The Delta Upland unit worked fine in the field, February 13, 2015
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    The Delta Upland unit worked fine in the field. I only had the opportunity to use it once before the hunting season came to a close. I look forward to using it in the fall.

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  3. Anonymous
    August 31, 2015 at 11:12 AM
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    2.0 out of 5 stars
    The instructions that come with the device are useless. must have the written by a foreigner not …, June 5, 2015
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    The instructions that come with the device are useless. must have the written by a foreigner not English. what’s go once I figure it out it might be a good device but

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