GPS gadgets, Pet Gadgets

BLACK+DECKER Smart Dog Collar

by – on October 21st, 2017

Every dog deserves its very own collar, and this is exactly what the folks over at BLACK+DECKER have done, coming up with the all new Smart Dog Collar. This is a path that is less traveled by BLACK+DECKER, where through their licensing program, they have taken the step to expand into pet technology. Wagz, Inc. is their new partner in its licensing program, and apart from the Smart Dog Collar, other kinds of connected pet products include the Smart Dog Feeder and a Smart Dog Door. Let us take a closer look at the BLACK+DECKER Smart Dog Collar for now, which will be different from a regular dog collar.

 It will be the first product for pets from BLACK+DECKER that will debut in the market in time for the 2017 holiday season. This intelligent tracker has been specially built in order to monitor the whereabouts and safety of your beloved furry kid. Thanks to the wonders of precise location tracking, virtual fencing, distance monitoring, pre-recorded messages, and on-demand alerts, this is a GPS-enabled collar that ensures dog owners will be able to take advantage of valuable data as well as insights, not to mention provide invaluable piece of mind.

Expect the BLACK+DECKER Smart Feeder and the BLACK+DECKER Smart Dog Door to roll out some time in the second quarter of next year. Wagz, Inc.’s CEO, Terry Anderton, shares, “The connectivity in the Smart Collar will be used to activate the other products and save information and habits. This line of connected pet products will ensure you never lose track of your dog, the right food is delivered at the right time, and that your dog has the freedom to enter and exit your home safely.”

All of these products can be specially controlled via a single BLACK+DECKER app, where it will be available on Android and iOS platforms.

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HiHat Says: October 21, 2017 at 7:25 am

It’s too bad that B&D itself has such a poor reputation these days for making shoddy appliances. Wagz might have done better releasing this dog collar under their own name…

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