Andis CeramicEdge Blade Reviews & Buyer’s Guide


With some Andis pet clippers with detachable blades, you have to buy blades separately for different depths of cuts and different coat thicknesses and types.

The CeramicEdge is one range of blades offered by Andis.

In this Andis CeramicEdge Blade Reviews Guide, we discuss the different CeramicEdge blades available, what they do/are used for and what clippers they are compatible with.

Let’s take a look at them!


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Andis CeramicEdge Blade Reviews & Buyer’s Guide

You can view the Andis CeramicEdge Blades here:


What Are The Andis CeramicEdge Blades?

The Andis CeramicEdge Blades have the same benefits as the Andis UltraEdge blades but have a cooler running ceramic cutter.

The Andis UltraEdge blades are carbonized steel blades with a chrome finish.


What Are The Most Commonly Used Andis CeramicEdge Blades?

As starter blades, regular owners might get a Size 10 blade, and a Size 7 or 7FC blade.

A Size 10 blade might be included in the clipper purchase you make as part of the kit. In terms of blades for common grooming:

The most common blades used for the body of thin to medium hair, straight hair dogs, might be a 10 blade.

For slightly matted hair you might use a 5 or 5FC blade.

For very matted hair or very thick and heavy coats, you might use a 7 or 7FC blade.

For dogs’ pads, you might use a 15 to 5 /8″ Wide blade

For legs, you might use a 3¾FC, 5 /8″HT, ¾”HT, Combs or Scissors

For feet (except poodles), beards, mustaches and furnishings, you might use Combs or Scissors


For specific dog breeds, you might use specific blades for certain coat styles. Two useful PDF guides from Andis on grooming specific breeds can be found by Googling ‘Andis Grooming Chart’, and for example ‘Andis Poodle Grooming Guide’ (or the name of the breed like spaniel, poodle, terrier etc.) you want to groom. 


What Are The Full Range Of Andis CeramicEdge Blades, & What Do They Each Do?

Size 40 CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄100″–0.25 mm

Size 30 CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄50″–0.5 mm

Size 15 CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 3 ⁄64″–1.2 mm

Size 10 CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄16″–1.5 mm

Size 9 CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 5 ⁄64″–2 mm

Size 8 1/2 CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 7 ⁄64″–2.8 mm

Size 7 Skip Tooth CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄8″–3.2 mm

Size 7FC CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄8″–3.2 mm

Size 5 Skip Tooth CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair ¼”–6.3 mm

Size 5FC CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair ¼”–6.3 mm

Size 4 Skip Tooth CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 3 ⁄8″–9.5 mm

Size 4FC CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 3 ⁄8″–9.5 mm

Size 3 3/4FC CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair ½”–13 mm

Size 5/8 HT CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair 5 ⁄8″–16 mm

Size 3/4 HT CeramicEdge Blade – Leaves hair ¾”–19 mm


What Pet Clippers Are The Andis CeramicEdge Blades Compatible With?

They fit detachable blade clippers like the Andis Models AG, AGP, AGR+, AGCL, AGRC and MBG models – and subsequent models like the AGC2.

One example of one of these pet clippers with compatibility is the Andis UltraEdge Super 2-Speed Detachable Blade Professional Animal/Dog Grooming Clipper (AGC2).

Although, it’s a good idea to check the product information of the clipper prior to buying to make sure future models are compatible specifically with the CeramicEdge blades.

These blades also fit the Oster A5 and most detachable type clippers.

You can check out some of the best dog clippers on the market in this guide, and see if the Andis blades are compatible with them.


Andis CeramicEdge Blade Care

Andis offers two main products for blade care:


Andis CeramicEdge Blade Heating & Cooling

Some clipper blades become hot when you use them continuously for longer periods.

You can either use coolant, or some people buy a backup of the same blade and interchange/rotate them so one blade can cool down while they are using the other.


Andis UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge Blade Comparison

Read an UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge Blade Comparison Guide here.



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