The Wahl Professional Animal Figura Cordless Pet Clippers are one speed clippers that operate at around 6000 strokes per minute.
They are Lithium Ion battery operated, and they come with a detachable 5 in 1 Fine blade that is capable of cutting different lengths.
In this Wahl Professional Animal Figura Cordless Pet Clippers Review, we look at the other main features and some potential drawbacks of this clipper set.
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Wahl Professional Animal Figura Cordless Pet Clippers: Review & Buyer’s Guide
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Wahl Professional Animal Figura Cordless Pet Clippers: Review
A cordless pet clipper that is a one speed 6000 stroke per minute clipper
Can be used on pets
Can be used on horses on bridle paths, ears, faces, fetlocks, and muzzles
For thin to medium thickness hair
Runs on a Lithium Ion rechargeable battery
Has roughly a 90 minute run time with a full charge battery
Charger has a quick charge 10 minute quick charge feature
Works with an adjustable ‘5 in 1’ Fine blade – blade sizes are #9, #10, #15, #30 & #40
Clipper weighs 9.6 oz., and is 7 inches in length
Clipper is lightweight and has a slim grip
Clipper has a 1 year warranty – check the warranty duration and conditions when you buy
Clipper kit includes the Figura Rechargeable Clipper, a ‘5 in 1’ Detachable Blade (Fully adjusts to sizes #9, #10, #15, #30, & #40), 4 Attachment Guide Combs: (#1 -1/8” (3mm) cut; #2 -1/4” (6mm) cut; #3 -1/3” (9mm) cut; #4 -1/2” (12mm) cut), a Charging Stand, a Cleaning Brush, Blade Oil & an Instruction Book.
Not a cheap clipper
Not a variable speed clipper
Not as much for thick hair as it is for thin to medium thickness hair
For light grooming work on pets or horses, these clippers are great value for money as a lightweight and easy to handle cordless option. The inclusions like the detachable blade and guide combs add to the value, and so does the Lithium Ion battery. It’s not a clipper for heavier work though and thick hair. Another cordless animal clipper alternative you might want to check out is the Andis Super AGR+ Cordless Clipper, whilst the Andis AGC2 UltraEdge Super 2 Speed is a good 2 speed electric clipper
Wahl Professional Animal Figura Cordless Pet Clippers: Buyer’s Guide
Who Might The Wahl Professional Animal Figura Cordless Pet Clippers Be For?
Those who like the Wahl brand over other brands like Andis and Oster
Those who want a cordless pet clipper
Those who are OK with a one speed clipper
Those who are OK with a 5 in 1 Fine clipper blade
Those who want a lithium ion battery cordless clipper
Who Might The Wahl Professional Animal Figura 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 cheap pet 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.
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