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        01-15-2009, 02:31 AM
    wanted: good clipers!

    Im looking for a really nice set of clipers, must be super quite and stay cool for longer than 30mins, im willing to pay up to $300 for a really really nice set!! Or if anyone has amazing clipers that work really good on a spookey horse please tell me what kind so I might see if I can find some on the net! Im just not sure what to get...
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        01-16-2009, 06:16 AM
        01-16-2009, 08:04 PM
    Green Broke
    What are you going to be using them for? For lots of bodyclipping I don't know if you can compare with Clipmasters. They're very heavy duty and very powerful. You can body clip several horses with them. But heavy, bulky, and I think a little harder to use. My all time favorites are Oster PowerPro Ultra (cordless). They're pretty powerful and lightweight for how powerful they are. They advertise that they don't get hot as quickly as a lot of clippers out there (which I think is true). They're great for trims, trace clips, etc but I wouldn't do an entire body with them. (I'm very picky though!) I Think they run around $200 but they comes with 2 batteries, a charging stand, and a little suitcase carrier thing. I've also used A5, which are pretty popular. They're nice, but I think the PowerPros are easier to use.

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