I have a new supporter, Masterclip Clippers. They are a professional online retailer, offering only the best range of animal clippers for dogs, horses, sheep, alpaca and cattle. They contacted me a few weeks back asking if I would be interested in being supplied with some of their products and putting them to the test to see what I thought of them. Just days later in received a set of their Royale clippers with 3 sets of blades. Masterclip Royale are medium duty, twin speed, mains powered clippers. They are very light weight with pretentioned snap on/off blades made from top quality German Steel.
I put them straight to the test, using them to remove the spiky winter cat hairs that grow on horses after they've been clipped, while the summer coat is starting to grow through, making them look quite untidy. They were so easy to use. Very light to hold and very easy to maneuver. Below are some pictures of the results
I used the 2.4mm blade so that I didn't get too close a shave to interfere with the summer coat that is just starting to grow.
I normally always clip Frankie's head out when I clip him but this year I decided I would leave half a head in just in case we had the really cold, snowy weather that we had last year. I decided I would clip it out now that we are heading into spring, but I did wonder if I had left it too late but actually using the 2.4mm you can't tell where the line used to be.
I think you will agree that the Masterclip Royale Clippers do a nice tidy job and actually I managed to clip his whole head out without having to twitch him, which I normally do, especially for the ears because he gets quite nervous, but these clippers were much quieter for him.
I have never clipped Frankie's legs out before but because Frankie seemed so happy for them to be used on him I decided to give it a go, because he does seem to get extra hairy legs. I'm delighted with the results, the clippers were very easy to use on the legs and didn't upset Frankie at all. He looks so smart now.
And because I enjoyed using the clippers so much I decided to give the dogs a trim to :-)
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