Andis Dog Hair Grooming Clippers Reviews Guide

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Andis is one of the main and most popular brands when it comes to dog hair grooming clippers.

What we’ve done is put together an Andis Dog Grooming Clippers Reviews Guide for you to easily read a quick summary of each of Andis’ most popular dog grooming clippers.

They make both electric/corded and cordless clippers, as well as clipper blades, and you can find out more about each below.

Let’s check them out!

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

Andis Dog Hair Grooming Clippers Reviews Guide

If you want to go straight to viewing what we think are two of the best Andis dog hair grooming clippers on the market, you can view them here:

 

You can find a summary of most of Andis’ clippers below…

 

Andis Electric/Corded Dog Hair Grooming Clippers

A corded 2 speed pet clipper, that might be the best pet hair clipper on the market. Select from either 3400 or 4400 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to thick fur, and on most coat types, even poodles, terriers, spaniels and similar dogs.

Works with Andis detachable blades as well as the Oster A5 blades.

 

A corded 2 speed pet clipper that works at either 3400 or 4400 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to thick fur, and has a squarer and wider grip than other clippers.

Works with Andis detachable blades as well as the Oster A5 blades.

 

A corded 2 speed pet clipper that works at either 2700 or 3400 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to medium thickness fur, and has a squarer and wider grip than other clippers.

Works with Andis detachable blades.

 

A corded 1 speed pet clipper that works at 2700 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to medium thickness fur, and works with Andis detachable blades.

 

An outline of the similarities and differences between the AG, AG2, AGC and AGC2 models.

 

A corded 5 speed pet clipper that works at between 2500 to 4500 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to thick fur, and works with Andis detachable blades as well as the Oster A5 blades.

 

A corded 5 speed pet clipper that works at between 2500 to 4500 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to thick fur, and works with Andis detachable blades.

 

A corded 1 speed pet clipper that works at 3700 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to medium thickness fur, and works with Andis detachable blades as well as the Oster A5 blades.

 

A corded 1 speed pet clipper that works at 3700 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to medium thickness fur, and works with Andis detachable blades as well as the Oster A5 blades.

 

A corded 5 speed pet clipper that works at between 2500 to 5000 strokes per minute.

Works on thin through to medium thickness fur, and works with Andis detachable blades.

Can also be used as a cordless clipper with an AGR+ battery pack.

 

A one speed clipper that runs at 3600 strokes per minute. It’s ideal for light to medium thickness coats.

The blade on this clipper is adjustable with a lever on the side of the clipper, and the blade adjusts from fine (size 10) to coarse (size 30).

 

A one speed clipper that runs at 3800 strokes per minute. It’s ideal for light thickness coats.

It comes with combs that are 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and 1 inches, and blades that are Size 10 and 7FC blades.

 

Andis Cordless Dog Hair Grooming Clippers

A one speed cordless clipper that has a removable battery that has a 1 hour run time, and a 1 hour recharge time.

It works at 3800 strokes per minute.

It works with detachable blades – the UltraEdge, CeramicEdge and ShowEdge blades – and also the Oster A-5 blades.

 

A cordless pet clipper with a battery that can last up to 2 hours on a charge, and recharges in about 1 hour

Can be used by both professionals and amateurs, and is a single speed 5500 strokes per minute clipper.

Has an adjustable blade between the lengths of 40-30,15-10-9.

 

A pet clipper that has 5 speeds – and you can adjust the speed between 2500 to 4500 strokes per minute.

For light to medium thickness coats, and has a lithium ion battery, which lasts 2 hours per charge.

Works with Andis detachable blades.

 

Andis Dog Hair Grooming Clipper Blades

Have a cooler running ceramic cutter than the UltraEdge blades.

 

The original detachable blade by Andis before the CeramicEdge blades came out.

 

An UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge blade comparison outlining the main differences and similarities.

 

Designed for creating a fine and smooth finish on a dog’s coat without leaving tracks from the blade in the hair. They are meant to provide a finer cut with fewer passes through the hair.

 

Other Animal & Dog Clippers

You can check out some of the best dog clippers on the market at the moment in this guide.

 

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