Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Cariboo, British Columbia
Your link doesn't work, but I cut & paste. Those are ultra cheap ones. Just use those for the ears, because I think that's all those will handle before the motor slows down & won't be strong enough to clip without leaving big tracks no matter what blade you use. Also I am pretty sure that it comes with the lowest of the low blade quality, they won't sharpen properly to make them cut better, the steel is too low quality. My first clippers, eons ago, where similiar to that, and I paid more than you paid. If you're not showing, stick with your scissors & only use those for when you are showing or something special. For a perfect whisker trim, I don't even use clippers & I own a very expensive set, I use scissors, then a disposable razor, best close shave ever. Those clippers you ordered will work great to desensitize him though. First start off by running them over where ever you will be clipping him, but keep them turned off. When he accepts that, turn them on, you don't even have to clip, turn them around so they are not touching his fur, and get him used to the motor vibration. Hope this helps you out.