I don't have any links, different country and all that but these are some things to get:
Slicker brush - soft variety, If you can't run it down your arm without it hurting it is probably too firm. I always image what it must feel like on T's skin and if I don't like it I don't buy it.
Pin brush - if your going to have any length at all in his coat these are great
Greyhound comb - I have a few combs with different widths and handles so not true greyhound combs but I like a handle
Cordless clippers for doing f,f & t - I love the Moser Arco's I bought, light weight, quiet and don't heat up real quick
Force dryer - I have the Double K Challengair which I like, has plenty of power but isn't a stand dryer. There is a thread going on at the moemnt about dryers
Nail clippers or Dremel type thingy - I do T's nails every time we have a major groom eg. once a week, I only take a little just so he gets use to it and I keep them under control
Ear cleaner - T has already had an ear infection so I clean and pluck his ears every week too
Eye wash - I am hopeless at keeping the shampoo out of his eyes so I rinse them with this eye solution, realistically distilled water would probably do the same thing and I'll probably refill the bottle with that once this stuff runs out
Lots of different types of shampoos, coat conditioners, coat refurbishers, - your not a true poodle person unless you have at least 15 half used bottles from 10 different companies sitting around :rofl:. No seriously choose a brand you like and see how you go. I know a lot of people recommend Aloveen, I personally haven't got to trying that yet, I'm waiting on a heap of Plush Puppy stuff I ordered a few days ago.
Anyway there is probably more but some one else will fill in the gaps. Some of this you can probably wait and see if you need eg. eye and ear wash
Something I forgot - some soothing cream/spray for following clipping. I use a human after sun burn spray for babies. I always spray on T's clipped bits once we've finished as a precaution to clipper rash. Again probably not required always it's just a routine I have got into to prevent any problems before they happen.