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#121 | Introducing the Garmin Alpha 200i with Rehan Nana

#121 | Introducing the Garmin Alpha 200i with Rehan Nana


A conversation exploring the newly released Garmin Alpha 200i, upland hunting within the Garmin ecosystem and more with Rehan Nana.

Joined by marketing and sponsorship specialist for Garmin, Rehan Nana, we recap his recent grouse hunting trip to the northwoods before diving deep into the Garmin Alpha 200i along with other products and applications within the Garmin ecosystem like the Garmin Fenix watch. Our conversation includes how Garmin products translate to upland hunting including how users can get the most out of specific products like the Garmin Alpha 200i.

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Tune in to this episode of the Project Upland Podcast for an in-depth conversation on the Garmin Alpha 200i and more with Rehan Nana.

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“We make products that are engineered on the inside for life on the outside. We do this so our customers can make the most of the time they spend pursuing their passions. With more than 15,000 associates in 80 offices around the world, we bring GPS navigation and wearable technology to the automotive, aviation, marine, outdoor and fitness markets. We think every day is an opportunity to innovate, and a chance to beat yesterday.”

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  • Great pod cast. With what I have already invested in my new pup, the 200i seams like a good investment. It’s on my Christmas list.

    • Thanks for tuning in Dave! I bought my Alpha 100 back in 2014 when my now 6 year old setter was just a pup. I’ve never looked back and the unit is still going strong.

  • Can’t decide on the alpha 200 with the Tt15x or Tt15x mini. I have a 45lb setter and thought maybe the mini would be better for her small size. Is the main difference longer battery life in the normal size Tt15x? I need training stimulation and tracking functions, and I am planing to use the geo fence notifications in my yard

  • Hi John! I’ve had the minis for years and that’s what I run on my setters 35 – 50 lbs. I prefer them for their small size as well. A little less battery life but it hasn’t been an issue for me. Both options would work, but I’ve had good luck with my minis.

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