The Oster PowerPro is a one speed pet clipper that runs at 3300 strokes per minute.
It is also a cordless clipper, which means you don’t have to deal with electrical cords while you’re using it.
In this Oster PowerPro Cordless Clipper Review, we point out the other main features of this pet clipper as well as some potential drawbacks.
Let’s take a closer look at it!
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Oster PowerPro Cordless Animal Clipper: Review & Buyer’s Guide
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Accessories you might get with this clipper might include:
- Oster Cryogen-X 7F Pet Clipper Blade (on Amazon) – a good complement to the #10 blade
- Oster Kool Lube Spray Coolant (on Amazon) – for cooling clipper blades
- Oster A5 Universal Comb Attachment Set, 10-Piece Set (on Amazon) – set of 10 grooming combs
Oster PowerPro Cordless Animal Clipper: Review
A cordless battery operated animal clipper
Runs on NiMH batteries that are designed to offer 60 minutes of run time, and charge in 30 minutes
Has a one speed motor that runs at 3300 strokes per minute
Compatible with all Oster Cryogen-X blades
Comes with Oster #10 blade, blade guard, 2 batteries, charging stand, durable, foam-padded carrying case, blade oil, cleaning brush and instructions
The clipper unit measures 10 by 11 by 4 inches
Has a 1 year warranty
It’s not a cheap clipper
It has NiMH batteries instead of Li-Ion batteries. We prefer the lithium batteries
Only one speed. Not a variable speed clipper
You have to buy extra blades separately
As of 2017/18, there appears to be some issues with the batteries getting and keeping charge in some models
For a cordless clipper, this one feels a bit thick and clunky compared to some other clippers on the market
Overall, for the price, you would expect to get a Lithium Li-Ion battery with this pet clipper. We think there are better cordless animal clipper options on the market. You may want to check out the Andis Super AGR+ Cordless Animal Clipper, which has a speed of 3800 SPM, and can used cordless, or you can hook up a cord adapter to it as well.
Oster PowerPro Cordless Animal Clipper: Buyer’s Guide
Who Might The Oster PowerPro Cordless Animal Clipper Be For?
Those wanting a cordless animal clipper
Those OK with a one speed animal clipper
Those wanting a detachable blade clipper
Who Might The Oster PowerPro Cordless Animal Clipper NOT Be For?
Those wanting a corded animal clipper
Those wanting a variable speed animal clipper
Those wanting a Li-Ion battery clipper
More Information On The Oster Cryogen-X Clipper Blades
You can read more in this guide about the Oster Cryogen-X Clipper Blades and what they are used for.
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