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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful.
And its actually fun. Remember to apply oil to the clipper ever ...
By Wooly Bear
We have three dogs. Professional grooming costs almost $100.00. This pays for itself almost immediately. Steps: Get a 20-ounce bottle of Wookey Jack dark rye IPA; take dogs outside; attach clipper to extension cord; let the breeze blow the fur away; take frequent breaks to drink sips of IPA: repeat for each doggy-dog. Once every few months is all it takes. And its actually fun. Remember to apply oil to the clipper ever few minutes if your dog has thick fur (as do ours). Woof!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
Prevents burns and nicks from clipper blades
Ah the joy of not worrying about hot clipper blades! Or cutting my dog's skin by accident on blades that slip or pinch!!
These are very good quality blade combs, heavy duty make. Metal inside, strong plastic outside. Clips on very tight, no chance of falling out while in use. In fact, sometimes they are hard to put on due to snug fit. Be sure to put them on while clipper is unplugged, as I accidentally turned on the switch and cut my finger on a sharp blade.
Many comb, good selection to choose from. Smallest comb is 1/16 inch, then 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2,... etc. Big one is really big for large hairy breeds.
Comes with a grey soft vinyl pouch for storage. Easy to clean, does not look like they will rust.
Price is good, functionality is very good, durable, and good fit for my Andis AGC2 A5 Pro Clippers. Will work on any A5 Pro type clippers from Andis, Oster, Wahl, Geib, etc.
Only issue is that I wish there were some more fine combs for small dog facial trim. Since I have a mini poodle, I used the 1/16 and 1/8 on face with a #50 blade, and wish there were some fine tooth combs to get the face neatly done. These combs worked okay but not terrific on the poodle face. Rest of body worked just fine!
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful. See all 175 customer reviews...
Works with A5 Clippers/Blades
We recently purchased an Oster A5 clipper to trim our dog. I bought these guards along with a #4 skip tooth blade. Comes with a nice bag that holds all of the combs perfect. To put them on you slide from back to front. The rear of the comb has a metal clip that is spring loaded. Once the back of the clip is against the back of the blade push forward till the comb ridge snaps over the front of the clipper blades. They go on very snug so I don't see issues with them falling off. They fit both the #10 and #4 blades that I have. Quality product for a good price.