Wahl Deluxe Pro Series Pet Clipper: Review


Some companies offer 2 in 1 pet clippers that can operate as both corded and cordless clippers.

You can either plug the charger cord directly into the clippers and run it from the power outlet, or run the clipper from it’s NiMH batteries as a cordless option.

In this Wahl Deluxe Pro Series Pet Clipper Review, we outline the main features and drawbacks of this clipper so you can get a good idea of whether it’s a suitable clipper for you or not.

Let’s check it 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)

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A pet clipper that can run either cordless, or corded

Works best of fine to medium thickness coats

The charging cord also acts as a clipper power cord

Has a LED light that indicated battery level

Has NiMH batteries

Has a roughly 45 minutes battery run time

Has a roughly 60 minutes battery charge time

Has a 5 year limited warranty – check the warranty and return conditions and duration before you buy

Has a self sharpening blade

Comes with rechargeable cord/cordless clipper, recharging unit, blade guard, handle storage case, oil, mirror, cleaning brush, scissors, medium comb, four comb guides – 1/8″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″


Not for heavier thickness fur

Doesn’t have a lithium ion battery

Not for professionals

For USA outlets only


Because the clippers are cheap, they are value for money as at home cordless pet clippers for light to medium thickness pet hair grooming. The kit inclusions with comb guides are good for beginners. For heavier duty pet clippers, alternatives you might check out are the cordless Andis Super AGR+, or the corded Andis AGC2 UltraEdge 2 Speed Clipper

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Wahl Deluxe Pro Series Pet Clipper: Buyer’s Guide

Who Might The Wahl Deluxe Pro Series Pet Clipper Be For?

Those who want an affordable pet clipper

Those who want a cordless pet clipper

Those who want a pet clipper that comes with cutting combs and other inclusions

Those who want an at home pet clipper

Those who want a one speed pet clipper

Those who only want to do light grooming


Who Might The Wahl Deluxe Pro Series Pet Clipper NOT Be For?

Those who want a variable speed pet clipper

Those who want a super high quality pet clipper for professionals and the heaviest thickness fur

Those who wanted a lithium ion battery clipper


Wahl Animal/Pet Clipper Blades & Combs

You can read more about the different Wahl animal and pet clipper blades and combs in this guide. 

We discuss the types of blades and combs, what lengths they cut, compatibility with different clippers and more.


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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