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Old 01-17-2013, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Fabulous clipper/blade sale at Petedge

If anyone out there needs clippers or blades, now is the time! Petedge.com has Oster one speed A5 clippers for $104, and these come with a free #10 blade. I have never seen them this cheap! And they have a 2 for 1 sale on Oster Elite Cryogen blades. I got 2 #30's and 2 #40's for $42!!
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I need blades! Thanks! Will look now. My blades are all dull and beat up from using them on horses.
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Wait, I'm confused? I thought the majority on this forum said to go with the 2 speed clippers?!?

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Well, I want to send some out to be sharpened, but don't want to be left with nothing, so this just seemed like the perfect time to add to the stash. So inexpensive!
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Also at PetEdge, they have a deal on shipping right now (ends today, Jan 18th): Free shipping on orders over $200 (use coupon code FSBF), $5.99 shipping on orders over $150 (no coupon code needed).

I wanted a grooming table a week ago, but balked because the shipping was over $50. So I checked the fine print on this offer, and of course it says it excludes grooming tables, plastic dog crates, and other large items. Well I decided to bite the bullet and order the grooming table anyway, and the shipping discount applied! I would guess someone at PetEdge made a mistake, but I'll take it. It even said on my order, "shipping discount $44". So if you want a grooming table, see if they are still shipping them for $5.99.
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Thats generally the case but everyone has their own preferences and needs. A two-speed will give you more power at the higher speed, but it also heats up faster, and you may not need that much power anyway. I would guess that pro groomers who do big dogs and sometimes very matted dogs need more power than a pet owner who's just clipping a well-kept coat.
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Thanks for the post Cherie.....

All that Christmas grooming money is burning a hole in my pocket...... Plus dulled blades.....

I actually like the one speed Osters. Great for a spare.... I will have to see what else they have.....

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I do not like the 2 speeds because they heat up to fast on high. Truth be told, I am not entirely nuts about Oster clippers anymore. But, I have six or seven sets and they are like workhorses, though they heat up and are heavy. Hey...a good intro set for $100 and if/when people opt for a different make, Oster blades are inter-changable with a lot of the other brands of clippers.
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Thanks for the post Cherie.....

All that Christmas grooming money is burning a hole in my pocket...... Plus dulled blades.....

I actually like the one speed Osters. Great for a spare.... I will have to see what else they have.....

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We should put our heads together in the future. We get charged $14 or something for foreign order plus shipping because we aren't in the US. You, me and Trillium should pool our orders and split these costs. What do you think? Too late for this sale, but down the road?
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Default Clippers for a 17 y. o. three pound toy

I've decided to try to clean up my precious senior between groomings. She is used to grooming as she was used in grooming competitions when she was younger. But she now has terrible arthritis. She just started acupuncture.
I have no idea what clipper to use for her face and feet or what blade size. I was on the petedge website and became completely overwhelmed. Confused between blades and snap on combs and Oster vs Andis. I really need some guidance. I also have three other toys, so if I could use the clippers on them that would be a bonus. I have an old super duck dryer that I've been using with all of them.
I need your expertise before I do anything.
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