Andis have two main ranges of blades for their detachable pet clippers.
With this in mind, we thought it would be helpful to put together an Andis UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge Blade Comparison Guide.
In this guide we outline the main differences, similarities and uses of each range of clipper blades so you get idea of what each is and does.
Let’s take a look at them!
(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 UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge Blade Comparison: Similarities, Differences & Features
If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these blades here:
- Most Of The Range Of The Andis UltraEdge Blades (on Amazon)
- Andis UltraEdge 7 Skip Tooth Blade (on Amazon)
- Andis UltraEdge 2 Blade (on Amazon)
Andis UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge Blades: Differences
The main differences between the blades are:
The Andis CeramicEdge Blades have the same benefits as the Andis UltraEdge blades but have a cooler running ceramic cutter.
Blade Sizes Available
The UltraEdge blades that are available that aren’t available in the CeramicEdge blade range are:
Size 6FC UltraEdge Blade – Leaves hair 3 ⁄16″–4.8 mm
Size 4 1/2FC UltraEdge Blade – Leaves hair 5 ⁄16″–7.9 mm
Size 3 3/4 Skip Tooth UltraEdge Blade – Leaves hair ½”–13 mm
Size 5/8 Wide Toe UltraEdge Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄32″–0.8 mm
Size T10 UltraEdge Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄16″–1.5 mm
Note that there are EGT clipper model UltraEdge blades as well in the Size 10, Size 7FC and Size 5FC blades.
In addition to the regular EGT UltraEdge Blades, there’s also the EGT UltraEdge Cat Blades and EGT UltraEdge + Blades.
Blade Compatibility With Different Clippers
Compatible with Andis models AG, AGC, AGP, AGRC, AGCL, AGR+, AGRV, DBLC, MBG, SMC – and subsequent models like the AGC2. Oster A5 and Wahl KM Series clippers.
Compatible with the Andis Models AG, AGP, AGR+, AGCL, AGRC and MBG models – and subsequent models like the AGC2. Oster A5 and most detachable type clippers.
Andis UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge Blades: Similarities
Both blade ranges are carbonized steel blades with a chrome finish.
Blade Sizes Available
The same blades that are available in both blade ranges are the:
Size 40 Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄100″–0.25 mm
Size 30 Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄50″–0.5 mm
Size 15 Blade – Leaves hair 3 ⁄64″–1.2 mm
Size 10 Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄16″–1.5 mm
Size 9 Blade – Leaves hair 5 ⁄64″–2 mm
Size 8 1/2 Blade – Leaves hair 7 ⁄64″–2.8 mm
Size 7 Skip Tooth Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄8″–3.2 mm
Size 7FC Blade – Leaves hair 1 ⁄8″–3.2 mm
Size 5 Skip Tooth Blade – Leaves hair ¼”–6.3 mm
Size 5FC Blade – Leaves hair ¼”–6.3 mm
Size 4 Skip Tooth Blade – Leaves hair 3 ⁄8″–9.5 mm
Size 4FC Blade – Leaves hair 3 ⁄8″–9.5 mm
Size 3 3/4FC Blade – Leaves hair ½”–13 mm
Size 5/8 HT Blade – Leaves hair 5 ⁄8″–16 mm
Size 3/4 HT Blade – Leaves hair ¾”–19 mm
Blade Care, Cooling Etc.
You can use the same products for blade cleaning, cooling etc.:
- 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 UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge Blades: Reviews
Andis Dog Clippers
You can check out some of the best Andis dog clippers in this guide, and check if the Andis blades are compatible with them.
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