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I’m a dog trainer. I LOVE these clickers. I’ve referred so many of my students to buy these clickers because they are wonderful, loud, button clickers. I’ve bought them twice and never regret it. They are so worth the money. If you’re searching for good button clickers, these ones are perfect
I'm not a things-around-my-wrist person, but have to say, have ended up loving these clickers with wrist strap. The smooth, large spirals of the plastic wrist attachment have enough elasticity to stay on my (small, narrow) wrists without being the least bit tight or binding. The tear drop shape of the clicker turns out to be very handy, especially if you're palming the clicker in anticipation of needing to use it rapidly; it's quite comfortable to hold. It's well-designed, and works well in both larger, chunkier male hands, and slimmer, smaller ones. The sound is consistent and good quality in each of the 2 clickers that came together. Never have to give more than a single press to elicit the loud-enough click (which becomes important when an excited dog is bouncing around the other end of a leash, say, and your other hand is holding a full poop bag). A free clicker we received at a dog training class was a small rectangle, much harder to hold, and with a cheaper metal part that doesn't always produce a good click first time around. I recommend these!
Product is very sturdy. Clicker bit hard to press, definitely wont wear out anytime soon. I have a 4 month old pug and needed to find a better way to train him. The clicker made him very motivated to do things. I used it to get him off the couch, for when it was feeding time or when it was time to go inside his kennel. This little clicker serves so many purposes to properly train your dog. Love it
These work, saw a few videos on youtube. I started by clicking and feeding treats right after. Did this alot of times to make sure she understood when it clicks she gets fed. Shes 8yrs old and trained her a bit what she already knew but would click after she did what was asked and gave her a treat. If i ever want her to come to me i click it and right of way she comes
I like them. They work well, and should last a long time.
The only nit about them is the little chains they use to attach the clicker to the wrist strap... as that will clearly break at some point. I simply removed it and replaced it with a normal spring key ring loop and now the clickers are "perfect" from my perspective.