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1. What does Skyleader 2.0 five port package contain?

A set of Skyleader 5 port package contains 5 GPS rings, 5 dummy rings, 5 batteries, 1 ring reader, 1 charge valet, 1 USB cable and 1 user manual.

2. What’s the difference between Skyleader 2 and Skyleader 4U?

Skyleader 4U is 15% lighter and 3.2% smaller than Skyleader 2. It is suitable for European and Japanese pigeon ring and can be attached around the 12mm pigeon ring. Due to its delicate design, the price will be a little higher than Skyleader 2.

3. Can Skyleader GPS ring be attached on the pigeon ring?

If the pigeon ring is smaller than 11mm, you can attach Skyleader GPS ring on pigeon ring. If the pigeon ring is bigger than 12mm, you can put the GPS ring above the pigeon ring. (Please refer to attached pictures.)

Please measure your pigeon ring with your vernier caliper. A vernier caliper outputs measurement readings in centimeters (cm) and it is precise up to 2 decimal places. It can guarantee that the GPS tracker ring snap on the pigeon ring.

4. Can SKYLEADER product track in real-time?

At present, the technology does not allow to make the real time GPS ring, weighted 4 grams. The real time GPS ring need a large capacity battery and the GPS ring will become bigger. For pigeon, it's a big burden.

In order to reduce pigeon’s burden, we developed smaller and lighter GPS tracker ring and use GPS+ Glonass to record the position. Pigeon’s flight track can only be read after the pigeon comes back.

5. Does the selling price include delivery costs and import tax?

All prices are exclusive shipping costs. Duties and taxes are most typically not included in the price of the goods you purchase online and might not be included in the overall shipping costs you pay to the online retailer.

When purchasing goods online, some or all of these goods may not originate in the country you reside in; therefore, are subject to a customs duty, which is a tariff or tax imposed on goods when transported across international borders.

When goods are not shipped domestically (within your country) or within a single customs union, such as the European Union, you are liable to pay any inbound duties and taxes which your local customs authority deems appropriate.