The Logan Turbo - solid brass whistle
A big favourite with Sheep Dog Trial competitors as dogs react very well to its tones even in very difficult conditions. The Logan Turbo solid brass whistle is precision crafted from a solid piece of top quality lead-free brass. Our Turbo design affects the timbre (or 'voice') of your whistle tones in a way that really helps them cut through interfering sound. It it capable of even greater volume for those who work at distance or where there is frequent sound interference.
The brass Logan Turbo comes with a velvet Logan Whistle pouch.
Given the quality of the brass used in making this whistle it engraves beautifully. You can also add a lanyard here or from our wider selection.
Use these links to see the decorated versions of this whistle - the Decorated Logan Turbo Brass Whistle We can also engrave text on this whistle for an added charge of £25 - please choose 'add personal engraving' on the options above before adding the text to be engraved in the box provided.
We use the very highest quality metals in making our brass whistles - completely lead free to avoid the old-fashioned metal taste you can get from inferior metals.
Weighs 20 grams; measures 4.8cm (1 7/8 inches) across at the widest point.
Postage to UK - Standard £2.00 International Postage (rest of world) Standard £7.50
A video below shows Huntaway dogs working at distance to the Logan Turbo brass whistle in South Island New Zealand. Unlike border collies, Huntaway dogs use their loud bark to direct the sheep at extreme distance
Logan Turbo Brass Whistle
I love this whistle. It takes awhile to learn how to use it, but my dog responds quickly whenever I use it with her. It is a learning curve for sure!
Best one we have used - easy for our dogs to hear and us to use
I bought this whistle at the National Finals in Carbondale Colorado 2019 to use in the semifinals and finals as sound wasn’t carrying well and the wind was strong into our face. I normally use the Logan Supreme Brass whistle and I had never used this one. I practiced with it a bit in my truck and was good to go, it was a gamble that paid off:)
I find this whistle needs a lot more air blown through it and it’s great when the wind is in your face or sound isn’t traveling well in places across the course. I personally find it hard to do soft whistles for closer work so I switch between the two when conditions require me to use it.
My husband has used a few different brands of whistles for his cowdogs, and Logan whistles are way easier to use, and way clearer. He has the Logan brass whistle with one hole for closer range, and the Logan two hole brass whistle for longer distances. They are both great for different situations.