Best Dog Clipper Blades & Guide Combs: Reviews & Buyer’s Guide

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Ultimately, when it comes to dog clipper blades and combs, different clippers are going to be compatible with different blades and combs.

The best way to know which blades and combs your clipper is compatible with is to read the product description of the clipper – this should tell you about compatibility.

Having said that, for the more popular brands of clippers on the market, they do make their own blades and guide combs.

You can read more about each of them from brands like Andis, Oster and Wahl 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)

 

Best Dog Clipper Blades & Guide Combs: Reviews & Buyer’s Guide

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing some of the most popular detachable dog clipper blades here:

Andis CeramicEdge Blades & UltraEdge Blades

 

Oster Cryogen-X Blades

 

Wahl Individual Clipper Blades & Guide Combs

 

Types Of Dog Clipper Blades & Guide Combs

Blades and guide combs that go on dog clippers are different.

Blades are the metal/steel blades you put on the clipper or that come with the clipper, whilst guide combs are the plastic combs that clip over the top of a blade.

Both of them help you clip your dog or pet’s hair to different lengths – both long and short.

There are different types of blades including:

Standard one size detachable blades

5 In 1 Blades – can adjust to 5 different length cuts

Adjustable blades – can adjust to 3 different length cuts

 

These blades can be made from or coated with different materials.

You then have guide combs which can be either plastic, or stainless steel and come in different sized sets.

Below are some of the more popular blades and guide combs from some of the most popular brands…

 

Andis Dog Hair Grooming Clipper Blades

Andis CeramicEdge Blades Review 

Have a cooler running ceramic cutter than the UltraEdge blades. They fit Andis detachable blade clippers.

 

Andis UltraEdge Blades Review

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

 

Andis UltraEdge vs CeramicEdge Blade Comparison

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

 

Andis ShowEdge Blades Review

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.

They fit Andis detachable blade clippers.

 

Wahl Dog Grooming Hair Clipper Blades

Wahl Professional Animal Clipper Blades & Combs Review

Wahl has a range of blades and guide combs for their clippers including but not limited to:

Ultimate and Competition Series blabes

5 in 1 blades

Adjustable blades

Guide combs

 

Some Wahl clippers are made to take the detachable Ultimate and Competition Series blades, some take the 5 in 1 blades and some take the adjustable blades.

 

Oster Dog Hair Grooming Clipper Blades

Oster Cryogen-X Dog Clipper Blades Review

The Cryogen-X blades are detachable high carbon steel clipper blades that fit on most of Oster’s popular pet grooming clippers – most of Oster’s clippers take detachable blades.

They are designed to run cooler than Oster’s other blades, require less sharpening, and have an extended blade life.

 

Where To Read More About Some Of The Best Dog Clippers

You can read reviews about the above brands of dog and pet clippers in these guides:

 

Some individual reviews of some of the best clippers are:

 

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