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nothing. the clippers are complete, and work very well! I highly recommend them.
By Douglas McMillan on January 26, 2016
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I wouldn't say fast, but to combat that I keep a cup with ice and cool the blade off. It's a little bit of inconvience but not much. It cools with the ice within 30 seconds. Just be sure to wipe it off for the moisture. If I had to buy it again I would. Hope this helps.
By JOEY W. on January 23, 2016
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They do cut my poodles coat beautifully, but if they are really matted it is good to cut out some of the mats,and brush the coat. It cuts so much better
By tweety on December 5, 2015
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This is by far the best clippers I've owned. I use it on my Great Pyrenese who is obviously quite thick coated. It works like a dream and super quiet. My dog doesn't resist at all.
By K & P on September 22, 2016
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Yes, Oster A-5 blades work with Andis clippers.
By S. Johnson on February 12, 2016
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It does come with a disk to show you some techniques. I would recommend if I'm from Unfamiliar check out some YouTube video for the breed of dog that you are intending to clip
By Dennis Blackwood on April 9, 2017
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We bought these for a slick cut for market animals, sheep need to be wet for a easier cut
By Virginia T. on November 4, 2016
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I had several other brands before Andis. None of them would cut my maltipoo's extremely thick and fluffy hair. The andis works well and I would not ever try another brand after using it. I have never used it on a double coated dog before, but if it cuts my thick haired multipoint, it should do a great job with your En… see more I had several other brands before Andis. None of them would cut my maltipoo's extremely thick and fluffy hair. The andis works well and I would not ever try another brand after using it. I have never used it on a double coated dog before, but if it cuts my thick haired multipoint, it should do a great job with your English setter. Andis also has a chart on line to help with what blades are appropriate for your dog. I love my Andis! see less
By Colacheck on January 18, 2017