The Andis Pro-Animal MBG-2 Clipper Kit comes with the clipper as well as attachments.
You get a one speed clipper capable of a 3700 strokes per minute speed, and you get attachment combs capable of cutting different lengths.
In this Andis Pro-Animal MBG-2 Clipper Kit Review we outline the other main features of this kit, as well as what some drawbacks might be.
Let’s take a look at it!
(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 Pro-Animal MBG-2 Clipper Kit: Review & Buyer’s Guide
If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing the Andis Pro-Animal MBG-2 Detachable Blade Clipper here:
Common extras/accessories you might consider with this Andis clipper unit are:
- Andis 7FC CeramicEdge Carbon-Infused Steel Pet Clipper Blade (on Amazon) – for very matted, or very thick hair
- Andis Cool Care Plus Clipper Blade Cleaner (on Amazon) – acts as a coolant, disinfectant, lubricant and cleaner
- Andis Blade Care Plus Dip Jar, 16 oz (on Amazon) – cools, deodorizes, lubricates, cleans, prevents rust and decontaminates blades
Andis Pro-Animal MBG-2 Clipper Kit: Review
Clipper is a corded clipper designed for medium thickness coats
Clipper weighs 0.90 lbs., and is 6.88 inches in length
Motor is a rotary motor with 120V | 60Hz
Has one speed of 3700 strokes per minute
Works with Andis detachable blades, as well as the Oster A5 blades
Has a 12′ heavy-duty cord
Kit comes with hard storage case and 4 attachment combs sizes 1/8″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″ for longer cutting lengths
More of an at home clipper than a professional clipper
Only has one speed
Only for light to medium coats
This clipper is good for lighter thickness coats, but lacks the versatility of other clippers. For value for money, it’s worth checking out a two speed clipper like the Andis AGC2 UltraEdge which provides you with better performance and versatility
Andis Pro-Animal MBG-2 Clipper Kit: Buyer’s Guide
Who Might The Andis Pro-Animal MBG-2 Clipper Kit Be For?
Those who want a clipper kit that comes with attachments
Those who want an electric clipper
Those who want a one speed clipper
Those who want a clipper that works with detachable blades
Who Might The Andis Pro-Animal MBG-2 Clipper Kit NOT Be For?
Those who want a cordless clipper
Those who want a variable speed clipper
Where To Read More About Andis UltraEdge & CeramicEdge Blades?
You can read these guides:
Where To Find More Information On What Blades To Use On What Dogs?
If you Google ‘Andis Grooming Chart’, Andis has a PDF you can check out that suggests the different blades to use for each breed, or dogs in general.
For specific breeds, you might groom in a specific style.
Google ‘Andis Poodle Grooming Guide’ for a poodle grooming guide and you can find blade selection tips for different styles like Sporting, Puppy, Miami, Bichon etc.
Do the same thing and replace ‘poodle’ with the name of the breed you want to groom to find their relevant guides.
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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