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Best Cordless Clippers ??

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Here's and add-on.  I don't know whether they are wrecked (yet) but OH shore one of the ewes with them.  She needed crutching, was getting a bit overgrown around the rear, so a risk of fly-strike.  He found they coped with that, so continued and did a full shear.

 

i'd say they have now well paid for themselves.  But someone on a fb group said they had used the Kmart pet clippers to do a full shear of a llama - so I'll see how they go with an alpaca this weekend.

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9 hours ago, PossumCorner said:

Here's and add-on.  I don't know whether they are wrecked (yet) but OH shore one of the ewes with them.  She needed crutching, was getting a bit overgrown around the rear, so a risk of fly-strike.  He found they coped with that, so continued and did a full shear.

 

i'd say they have now well paid for themselves.  But someone on a fb group said they had used the Kmart pet clippers to do a full shear of a llama - so I'll see how they go with an alpaca this weekend.

Yes, at that price, you have already got your money's worth & they would have come with a 12 month warranty

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A friend but me on to these little cordless clippers.  They have a lot of grunt and really great for getting into the tricky areas around the paw pads, between legs etc.  They even get through cat fur.  I'm very happy with them.   https://www.petsonthepark.com.au/shear-magic-rocket-4500-battery-clippers?gclid=CjwKCAjwhOD0BRAQEiwAK7JHmD7OEtq1WysuZjB_DNwH4FyJVxnBxXM1hGYplXj8THDbVdIlrX8aahoCvVYQAvD_BwE

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