Differences In 4 Common Clickers Video

Discussion in 'General Dog Training' started by Pawtential Unleashed, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. Pawtential Unleashed Experienced Member

    Here you go - 4 clickers demonstrated for you to compare. Sorry for the filming - was trying to hurry... :oops:

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  2. tigerlily46514 Honored Member

    Great idea for a video, only i could only hear your song, but, great idea!!
  3. JazzyandVeronica Experienced Member

    Me too.
    I was hoping to hear what the different styles of clickers sounded like and what the pros/cons of each type are.

    I have only used the first ones on the left; which seem like the most generic/basic; and am wondering if I shouldn't try one of the other styles...
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  4. tigerlily46514 Honored Member

    btw, that bouncy lil song is now stuck in my head....:ROFLMAO:
  5. SD&B Experienced Member

    I was looking forward to this video. I hope you repost at a later time. It sounds interesting.
  6. Dogster Honored Member

    Oh dog, it's gone.:( Hope you repost it, awtential!!! I really want to see it!!!;)
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  7. Pawtential Unleashed Experienced Member

    :oops: :eek: :whistle:

    I was in such a rush I overlaid it on the template I had for the Bubbles video and uploaded without checking - sorry - here you go!

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  8. bekah1001 Honored Member

    I need to get a box clicker for clicking outside. I find the clicker that I have I can barely hear it when I click it!
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  9. Dogster Honored Member

    GREAT!!!! Now I can see how different the sounds are!!! Thanks you Pawtential!!!:D
  10. sara Moderator

    The iclick is very different than than knockoff then, it's extremely easy to click and quiet compared to alot of clickers, and it's easily muffled :)
  11. Dogster Honored Member

    Ugh, *Thank you*, no s. That just sounds wierd :ROFLMAO:
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  12. huntyr Well-Known Member

    ohhh I am gonna go look for the little quieter clicker.
    I hadnt used a clicker since he was a puppy (now 6).
    But with the new trick training I thought it would be easier.
    but he shied away (he hates thunder and fireworks).
    I wonder if the quieter one would allow me to use it, as it is easier
    to mark the right behavior quicker.
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  13. SD&B Experienced Member

    I agree. The real iclick itself is very easy to click. I click it with my toes, my knee, inside a pocket pressing from the outside, whatever. I have some ripoffs and they tend to vary from the real iclick, even though I can still click mine with different body parts.
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  14. Pawbla Experienced Member

    I need a box clicker! They seem pretty cool for training with cars and everything. The Starmark is just "good enough" for a park, but I'm not sure if it'd be that good for a busy street or something like that.

    My Starmark is louder than my i-clicks. That's weird. Maybe because the knockoff thing, but not sure.
  15. SD&B Experienced Member

    My starmark is way louder than my real iclicks or my ripoff iclicks.
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  16. MaryK Honored Member

    Found the same thing Sara, could only get iclick on e-bay Australia. Found it easy to click, quiet and easy to handle in general:) Plus the wrist strap is very useful when out walking, especially when I have to go into over drive click/treat.

    Thank you Pawtential Unleashed for the video and I do love the insect clicker:)(y)
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  17. Mutt Experienced Member

    I have a multi clicker (didn't really search for it at the time, but I very happy with it and it came with a targetstick).
    With this clicker you can adjust the Volume of the sound. So for tricks close to the dog I use a soft sound and for distance tricks I use a harder sound. And the wrist wrap is also very nice
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