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Oster Home Pet Grooming Kit, 10-Piece

by Oster

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  • Ergonomic design
  • Adjustable blade provides versatile cutting lengths
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 10.5 x 6.9 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00063KHQS
  • Item model number: 078960-100-000
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,315 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

It's never been easier to groom your pets and get great results. Oster Grooming Kits provide you with solutions for quick and easy grooming. The Oster Home Grooming Clipper Kit (078960-100) includes 6 snap-on comb attachments, lubricating oil and cleaning brush.

Customer Reviews

I wouldn't dare sell these on ebay!
Jennifer
I would not recommend it for dogs with thick fur coats.
IrishOne
Used the different attachments to even out his fur.
shari

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ginger Spice on July 26, 2009
These clippers claim to be "whisper quiet". That's what made me order them because I have a sensitive St.Bernard that is suspicious of spray bottles, vacumm cleaners and anything else that makes a noise or threatens to groom her in any way. But after some slow introduction to the clippers, she actually laid down and let us shave her belly. As promised, the shears are about as quiet as you could expect electric clippers to be and I know that made it alot easier to get her to trust us and the clippers and know that not only did it not hurt her but she enjoyed it! It did a great job for the money and now we don't have to take our giant dog to the groomer. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was that it was a little slow going through our dogs thick hair, but then again most dogs don't have the kind of dense hair that a St. Bernard has. It worked great we just had to take it slower than we'd expected. I would recommend this product to anyone who needs to save money by limiting the number of trips to the groomer's or who, like us finds it a daunting task to even find a groomer who's willing to take on our giant St. Bernard.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Edwin Rabbipal on January 2, 2010
I want to first start this off by saying I have only used this once, the first time was a few days ago. I bought it off ebay, then read the reviews on Amazon and thought to myself that I had just bought another expensive book end .. but I was wrong. I am not sure if it's the same clipper as the one above but the package was labeled "Oster Advanced Pet Clippers" and mine is blue as well. It was fairly straight forward, plug it in and start shearing .. but the stupid #2 attachment kept jamming. I tried the next one down and the same thing happened. Frustrated, I just took it off and started shearing without any attachments. My dog is a large German Shepherd/chow mix. He has more sheep wool than hair, lol. Petsmart charged $70 for what they claimed was 5 hours of non stop shaving to remove his hair. To say I was intimidated would be putting it mildly. But, two hours after starting, I was done. I had saved $35 and he looked almost as good as when I got him back from the groomers at Petsmart. Ok - not almost - but passable .. and the shears had paid for itself and worked great. I would have given it 5 stars but for the lousy attachments, I am removing one. I don't care what dog you have, if it can cut mine, it can cut any dogs hair. You have to start slowly, be patient, and don't treat your dogs hair like human hair. Think more like you are shearing wool. Go low done and start shearing from where it touches the skin, and the hair will come off almost like peeling a banana. I think it's a great product. I may amend that after a few more uses but I am happy so far.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on January 3, 2011
I purchased mine through Wal Mart, thinking I would save money.
I have a small Jack Russell/Maltese mix, so she has long-ish hair.
I started with the large attachment first to test the hair lenth I would get.
Her hair just laid over and none got cut. I chose the next smallest attachment. The hair got jammed in the attachment and the attachment popped off. Not to mention it started pulling her hair and by now, she is not wanting to hold still for any of this.
This happened several times. I finally took the attachment off and started holding pieces of hair up and pulling it into the blades.
After a half hour, and now a dog that looks worse than when I started, I also began to notice that my fingers were burning because the clippers were getting really hot.
Stupidly, I did not save my receipt so I'm stuck with them. I wouldn't dare sell these on ebay! In my opinion, these clippers are junk.
You get what you pay for. So if you're going the DIY route, just save your money and buy the $100+ clippers.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cheri on October 9, 2008
This product jammed frequently. Not good for medium length dog hair. I had to return it. I wish I would have read more reviews about dog clippers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By buckeyes on January 23, 2011
I purchased these clipper several months ago and have been very disappointed in them. I have a Maine Coon and these barely made a dent in his fur and pulled the hair. I would NOT recommend these.
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By Erin on September 24, 2014
We bought these at Petsmart a couple of years ago for $32.99, and they've been used on my husband's hair more than on our mini schnauzer. They initially worked well using just the blade itself (no attachments; they do not allow fur to get through to the blades). The clippers do become quite warm/hot long before being done grooming. The blades have completely stopped working and are pulling, so I need to have them sharpened, but there are no service centers close by, and now I'm trying to research clippers that are a good value for the money. Any suggestions?
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