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Found a 50% off coupon for this dog hair clipper, it's rechargeable and seems to be well made. 2000mAh battery, some fancy titanium-ceramic blades, a lot of adjustments, low noise (for easily scared pets :-)
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Coupon is for 50% discount, $14.99 shipped with prime.
I am sure it can be safely used on humans too.
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It states a 3 hour quick charge and 4-5 hours of standby, so after charging one time, can you use it multiple times on a charge?
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It states a 3 hour quick charge and 4-5 hours of standby, so after charging one time, can you use it multiple times on a charge?
Also wondering if you cannot will it work plugged in
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It states a 3 hour quick charge and 4-5 hours of standby, so after charging one time, can you use it multiple times on a charge?
I have it and yes, you can use it multiple times until the charge Runs Out.
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What's the difference between a human and pet clipper ?
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In for one, if the dog objects too much, it can be a dedicated privates trimmer for me Smilie
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What's the difference between a human and pet clipper ?
Trust me, there is a big difference. They are designed differently. I've been down that road, but it can be a different experience depending on the animals hair. I've got a German Shepherd and ended up buying a set of clippers that's used by groomers and they do well. The clippers posted here got good reviews for the price point. Has me thinking of maybe buying a second pair.
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Trust me, there is a big difference. They are designed differently. I've been down that road, but it can be a different experience depending on the animals hair. I've got a German Shepherd and ended up buying a set of clippers that's used by groomers and they do well. The clippers posted here got good reviews for the price point. Has me thinking of maybe buying a second pair.
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What's the difference between a human and pet clipper ?
I'm actually wondering the same thing. My son's hair is extremely thick, cordless clipper always snag and pull his hair. If "pet" clippers are stronger, I may go this route. Thoughts?
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I'm actually wondering the same thing. My son's hair is extremely thick, cordless clipper always snag and pull his hair. If "pet" clippers are stronger, I may go this route. Thoughts?
Hard to say. I've never heard anyone use animal clippers for human, but I don't see why it wouldn't work. One thing to note, the blades on most animal clippers I've seen cannot be extended like they can on human clippers. So that may be a factor for your needs.

I went ahead and bought a pair of these to have as an extra set for my dogs.
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Trust me, there is a big difference. They are designed differently. I've been down that road, but it can be a different experience depending on the animals hair. I've got a German Shepherd and ended up buying a set of clippers that's used by groomers and they do well. The clippers posted here got good reviews for the price point. Has me thinking of maybe buying a second pair.
As asked, what / how are they different?
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I believe these cant get as close to the skin as human ones can, plus the tips aren't as sharp/pointed. so chances of nicking/jabbing your pet's skin should be a lot smaller.
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As asked, what / how are they different?
In terms of cutting hair, one can use either the human hair clippers, or the animal/doghair clippers. These tools are not the same, as the scissors and razor blades only cut short surface hairs. ... Therefore, human clippers are only meant to cut down lighter hair, as opposed to the heavier hair in most hairy dogs.
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Also wondering if you cannot will it work plugged in
I have this any only use it when it's plugged in since I never plan ahead lol.
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Got one, the review with a video convinced me.

Edited: Just used this yesterday. It worked really well on my chow mix and husky mix dogs. It did not come with any oil.
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