Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Cariboo, British Columbia
Those clippers leave tracks when doing long runs, they are fine for touch ups & small areas but the motor is simply not strong enough for a top notch clip. I would go for something strong, a midrange Oster with detachable blades so you can switch from a 10 upward to the finest, a surgical. The big body clippers are just that, doing the whole body, they cut your clip time immensely. Expect to pay at least $200 to $300 for a good midrange set of clippers and $50 for each set of blades and take of them, they last longer. Use something like cool lube frequently while clipping and bladewash & a blade oil when you are done.
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