Oster Turbo A5 vs Golden Dog Clippers Comparison Guide



Two of the Oster A5 dog hair grooming clippers are the Turbo and the Golden models.

Because of this, we thought it would be very useful to put together an Oster Turbo A5 vs Golden Dog Clipper Comparison Guide.

You can find out the main differences, as well as the main features between each of the dog clippers in this guide. This information should be useful if you’re considering buying.

Let’s check the information 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)


Oster Turbo A5 vs Golden Dog Clippers Comparison Guide

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing each of these dog grooming clippers here:


Oster Turbo A5 vs Golden Dog Clippers: Summary & Differences

The Turbo is designed for faster blade speeds and wider blade sweeps, along with better airflow and less noise during grooming than the Golden model.

In particular, it has two speeds of 3000 and 4000 strokes per minute compared to the 2100 and 2700 strokes pet minute speeds of the Golden.

There are also one speed models of each clipper. The Golden one speed clipper in particular is designed for heavy duty tasks and matted fur.


Oster Turbo A5 vs Golden Dog Clippers: Features

Oster Turbo A5 2 Speed

A corded pet clipper that can be used on dogs, cats, horses, and livestock

Has a heavy-duty universal motor capable of two speeds at 3000 and 4000 strokes per minute

Compatible with Oster A5 detachable Cryogen-X™ blades, and Elite Cryogen-X™ and Take Down Quick Wide ™ blade series

Comes with a #10 Cryogen-X blade included, as well as blade oil, clipper grease, a cleaning brush, and replacement carbon brushes

Comes in two colors – blue and black

Has a 1 year warranty

Made in the USA of foreign and domestic parts

Has a 12 foot power cord

The clipper weighs 1.7lbs

The clipper dimensions are 1.9″ H x 2.1″ W x 8.2″ L

Runs at 45 Watts

Has a universal rotary motor


Oster Golden A5 Speed

A corded clipper for general purpose grooming

Has a Two Speed motor Hi – 2,700 SPM, and Lo – 2,100 SPM speed settings

Clipper dimensions are 1.9″ H x 2.1″ W x 8.2″ L, and it weighs 1.7lbs

Compatible with the A5® Cryogen-X™ blades, Elite Cryogen-X™ blades and the wider Take-Down-Quick™ wide blade series

Comes with a #10 Cryogen-X detachable blade

Has a 1 year warranty

Runs at 45 Watts

Cord length is 12 feet

Has a Universal Rotary Motor


Oster Turbo A5 vs Golden Dog Clippers: Reviews

You can read more about each of these dog clippers in these review guides:

Oster Turbo A5 2 Speed Pet Clipper Review

Oster Golden A5 2 Speed Pet Clipper Review


Oster Turbo A5 vs Golden Clippers: Blades

Both these clippers are compatible with the Oster Cryogen-X blades. You can read more about them here:

Oster Cryogen-X Clipper Blades Review 


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