Wahl Super Pocket Pro Pet Hair Trimmer: Review

 

Sometimes you just want a super cheap trimmer for very light touch up grooming work.

The Wahl Super Pocket Pro fits this description as a cordless trimmer that fits into the palm of your hand, is battery operated and can be used for very light work on the whiskers, ears, face and feet of dogs and cats.

We’ve used this Wahl Super Pocket Pro Pet Hair Trimmer Review to highlight the main features and potential drawbacks of this trimmer so you can quickly get a good idea of whether it might be good for you or not.

Let’s take a better look at it!

 

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Wahl Super Pocket Pro Pet Hair Trimmer: Review & Buyer’s Guide

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Wahl Super Pocket Pro Pet Hair Trimmer: Review 

Features

A battery operated cordless trimmer

Designed for trimming on face, ears, and paws.

Runs on a AA Battery which is included

Comes with #40 Trimmer Blade & BONUS #40 T-Blade

Also comes with 6 Position Attachment Comb & 2 Attachment Guide Combs, travel pouch, cleaning brush, blade oil, blade guard and instructions.

Clipper is lightweight at only 3 oz.

Clipper has one speed of 6,000 strokes per minute

Comes with a 1 year warranty – but check the duration and conditions of the warranty and return policy before you buy

 

Drawbacks

Runs on batteries which you have to replace

It’s not very powerful – for really light trimming only. 

Some people find it noisey

It’s cheap – so don’t expect amazing quality or super durability

 

Overall

This is a very cheap animal clipper for very light grooming touch up work. It’s worth consideration if you want a trimmer that you aren’t going to use regularly – maybe once a month or so. Other more durable trimmers are the Other trimmers you might check out instead are the Wahl BravMini+ or the Wahl Mini Figura

 

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Wahl Super Pocket Pro Pet Hair Trimmer: Buyer’s Guide

Who Might The Wahl Super Pocket Pro Pet Hair Trimmer Be For?

Those who want a pet trimmer for light touch up work

Those who want a pet trimmer for the face, ears, and paws

Those who want a cordless trimmer

Those who want a cheap trimmer

 

Who Might The Wahl Super Pocket Pro Pet Hair Trimmer NOT Be For?

Those who want a rechargeable trimmer

Those who want a super durable trimmer

Those who want a corded trimmer

Those who want a trimmer for heavier work for thicker animal hair

 

Other Wahl Clippers

Wahl Bravura vs Arco vs Figura vs Chromado vs Motion Cordless Animal Clipper: Comparison Guide

 

Best Dog & Animal Trimmers

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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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