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Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar
Cinch-It Collar

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The Cinch-It collar is designed to be a quality, durable, easy-to-use alternative to the standard pet collar.

While it is not designed as a training collar it can be used on well mannered dogs that don't need a dominant dog collar, or a sturdy flat leather collar or a prong collar.

The Cinch-it collar was not designed to be used with a remote collar but we have found it the best collar made for that purpose. With this said, those who use it on remote collars need to be prepared to modify it with a Dremel tool or an exacto knife. The extra work to get a remote collar on the Cinch-it is well worth the work. It makes getting the right fit on a remote collar a simple issue.

The Cinch-It collar is made from 100% non-toxic materials and is completely waterproof. With Cinch-It collars you can adjust in 2mm increments resulting in the perfect fit for your pet….not too loose and not too tight.

We discourage the use of these collars for dogs that pull excessively or lunge with great force, and we do not recommend them for tie-out purposes.

Micro Adjustable - The Cinch-It collar uses 2 mm spacing giving it a perfect fit! Not too loose and not too tight.

Waterproof - The Cinch-It collar is 100% waterproof, making it ideal for outdoor activities with your pet.

Hypoallergenic - Cinch-It collars are made of non-toxic material that glides easily over your dog's fur. No pulling or tugging,, and no skin rash or irritation that can be caused by traditional nylon collars.

Safety Lock - The unique safety device keeps the Cinch-It collar in place for added security. Simply adjust the collar to desired length and slide the safety into the lock position.

Directions to put on - Place collar around dog's neck and insert the end of the strap into housing, until it clicks. Continue pushing until the collar reaches a desired fit. Your fingers should be able to slide comfortably between the collar and the dog's neck. Once in place, slide the safety lock into the "lock" position (the orange color will no longer show).

Directions to remove - Slide the safety lock into the "unlock" position (you should now see the orange color). Press on the release button and pull the end strap out of the mechanism. It's a cinch!


The instant I saw a friends remote collar with a Cinch-It collar strap I was hooked. I have used remote collars for almost 30 years. I know how hard it is to get the right adjustment or fit when putting a remote collar on my dog. The Cinch-It is perfect! It's a simple to put on and take off and it adjusts in only 2mm increments.

You simply wrap the collar around the dogs neck - feed the strap into the clip and tighten. Then adjust the collar up under the dogs jaw and quickly re-adjust to get the perfect fit. If you have it too tight you simply hold the "Release Button" and let out slack 2mm at a time until you have it the way you like it.

The problems with remote collar straps is you are often working in increments of 1/2 inch due to the pre-punched holes in the standard e-collar strap. Too often the collar is either too loose or to tight.

We use Cinch-it collars on every remote collar in our home - we have 4. The Cinch-it "IS NOT MADE" to be used on a remote collars - you need to modify the cinch-it yourself. It takes some work with an exacto knife or a drummel tool to whittle (or grind) the sides down to get the receiver on the Cinch-it.

Sometimes it also takes a dose of patience to get it right. With that said - once the receiver is on the cinch-it - you will never regret the work. It is by fare the best system I have seen in almost 30 years of working with remote collars.

Ed Frawley
While we use Cinch-It collars on electric collars and have never had one problem, we will not be responsible for mistakes dog owners make if they use too much force when they install the Cinch-It collar on their remote collar. In our experience, the Cinch-It Collar does not work with Tri-Tronics collars, including the Bark Limiter.

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Just received the Cinch It collar I ordered to use with my Dogtra 3500NCP ecollar. It took all of 15 seconds to install and here’s how I did it. I heated a small bowl of water in the microwave to hot (maybe 150 degrees????). I then held the loop (and only the loop portion) on the receiver in the hot water for 10 seconds, and the Cinch It “flew” through. I repeated on the other side ( again holding only the loop portion in the hot water). The most time consuming part of this was waiting the 80 seconds for the water to heat. Collar application took less than 15 seconds. No trimming, no cutting.

Thanks for this wonderful new product.


April 30, 2008

I just wrote to you about the difficulty in getting the cinch it collar on the Dogtra 200 receiver. I went back to the site and found your video on the collar and was delighted that I found it, that is.......until I got to the chauvinistic part about the difficulty of getting the collar on the receiver and your remark about your secretaries giving up too easily.

Mr. Frawley, obviously you know dogs, but you surely do not know women. Women never give up easily. If they did they would have discarded men long ago.

Women are born with more sophisticated brains that can easily recognize when a task has reached a degree of difficulty that is just ridiculous; so ridiculous in fact that mastering it will not even produce a sense of satisfaction, but instead produce a feeling of stupidity that they wasted so much time on such a dumb task. Faced with such a task (putting the receiver on the cinch it collar is an excellent example) a woman will spend no longer than a minute such a job, at which point she will decide it is stupid and go find a man to do it. Usually men are inordinately happy to perform the task, which for them is much easier given the fact they have thicker muscles and it gives them a sense of power (which any woman can tell you is simply an illusion).

Now in my situation there is no man around the house. Not to say that there never was a man around the house because there was......several as a matter of fact....not all at the same time, but separately. I killed them all off with ecollars in the bathtub so alas I must tackle tasks such as the wedding of the cinch it and receiver alone.

Like any other woman, it took me about 30 seconds to realize this was a futile, stupid, and senseless task. One better suited for a man but alas the pantry was bare on that score. Having no vaseline on hand, as well as no man, rather than give up I found an alternate way to accomplish my mission. With the help of a razor thing a ma jig, I carefully shaved the tip of the collar to a width that would allow it to go through a little more easily. Then with the help of pliers I pulled the cinch it collar all the way through. Then to celebrate I poured myself a drink.

You might want to pass that tip on to your secretaries (the same ones you disparaged so unfairly) along with this email so they can see that they are far from alone in this world and also realize that if there is no razor or vaseline around, to find you and let you attach the receiver to the cinch it collar. That way everyone will be happier. Your secretaries will get the job done (by you) with a minimum of frustration and needless stupid effort, and you will gain a momentary feeling of superiority and mastery (which they will gladly let you have since women inwardly know who is the real master in this situation......after all, who did the work and who watched).

I am now preparing to watch your DVD on how to use the ecollar and I will be sure to pay particular attention hoping there will be no more slurs directed at the opposite sex. Remember this......a woman never gives up on something worthwhile. But they are the first to recognize when something is simply not worth the effort at which point they will find a man to do it.


P.S. I have never been to Wisconsin, so I am hoping you people out there have the same sense of humor that we have here. If not, please discard this letter and understand that at no time was it to be taken seriously.

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