Lightweight and simple to maneuver with a design that feels nice in the hand. Tackles coarse hair with ease without being overly noisy. Blade is easy to adjust. Includes ample accessories for accomplishing many grooming tasks.
Most owners are impressed with the battery life, but a few clippers wouldn't hold a charge for very long. Expensive.
Boasts a powerful 500-watt motor and strong, sharp blade that work together to trim long, dense fur. Features 6 speed settings. Affordable, plus it includes accessories and a carrying case.
Quite noisy. Tends to run hot and may overheat with typical use. On the heavy side.
Cryogen-X blade is extra hard, easy to adjust, and up to the task of clipping thick fur. Does a good job trimming manes. Overall construction is sturdy and built to last. Powerful motor. Middle-of-the-road price.
May run hot. Only 1 speed setting. Doesn't come with as many accessories as similar clippers in this price range.
Offers 6 speeds and a tough steel blade. Powerful and suitable for horses and other large animals with thick coats. Includes a case and multiple accessories for a reasonable price.
Loud to operate. Overheating is possible, as this clipper often gets hot during operation. Heavier than some competitors.
Compact and inexpensive electric clipper that's lightweight and comfortable to operate. Ideal for trimming around the face, ears, hooves, and more. Comprehensive collection of accessories includes an instructional DVD.
Not ideal for heavy-duty trimming. Some longevity concerns based on clippers that quit working and blades that dulled prematurely.
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