There are affordable cordless pet clippers on the market, and the Wahl Pro Ion Cordless Clippers are one of them.
This clipper has a rechargeable lithium ion battery, and comes with a #30-15-10 Standard Adjustable blade for different cut lengths.
In this Wahl Pro Ion Cordless Pet Clippers Review, we outline the main features and potential drawbacks to this clipper so you can get a quick idea of who it may and may not be for.
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Wahl Pro Ion Cordless Pet Clippers: Review
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Wahl Pro Ion Cordless Pet Clippers: Review
A cordless pet clipper that runs on a lithium ion battery
Designed for light to medium thickness coats
More of an at home clipper
Has an estimated 2-hour cordless run time
Has the ability to go on a 15 minute Quick Charge for quick run time
Comes with an easy-to-adjust standard #30-#15-#10 adjustable blade
Has a one speed rotary motor that operates at 6,000 strokes per minute speed
Clipper weighs 10.3 oz., and measures 7.25” x 2” x 1.25”
Has an adjustable taper lever on the side of the clipper
Comes with a 1 year limited warranty – check the duration and conditions of the warranty when you buy
Designed for breeds like a Bichon Frese, Bulldog, Dachshund, Labrador, Shih Tzu & Terriers and other smooth, short hair dog breeds and cats
Can also be used as a horse clipper and is great for clipping, trimming and touch-ups on the muzzle, face, ears, legs, fetlocks & bridle paths
Kit contains Pro Ion Clipper., #30-15-10 Adjustable Blade., Stainless Steel Scissors & Pet Styling Comb, and 7 Attachment Guide Combs : 1/8” Red., 1/4” Purple., 3/8” Blue., 1/2” Orange., 5/8” Yellow., 3/4” Light Purple., 7/8” Green., and a Durable Storage Case., DVD ‘Home Pet Grooming Made Easy’., Cleaning Brush, Blade Oil & Instruction Book.
Not for heavier thickness coats
Made for USA electrical outlets only. Not for international use.
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 16 piece kit is 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
Wahl Pro Ion Cordless Pet Clippers: Buyer’s Guide
Who Might The Wahl Pro Ion Cordless Pet Clippers 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 Pro Ion Cordless Pet Clippers NOT Be For?
Those who want a corded pet clipper
Those who want a variable speed pet clipper
Those who want a super high quality pet clipper for professionals and the heaviest thickness fur
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.
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