Andis Pro-Clip Excel 5-Speed Grooming Clipper
Strokes per minute: 2,500/4,500
Powerful, rotary motor clipper for complete animal grooming. Weighs only 12 oz. Variable, 5-speed clipping use lower speeds for cooler running and clipping around sensitive areas and higher speeds for a prettier coat finish.
Equipped with 4x4 blade drive with 25% more blade torque. Detachable blades for easy changing and cleaning. New anti-slip soft grip housing is contoured to fit your hand.
The ProClip Excel 5-Speed Clipper Includes:
- #10 CeramicEdge blade
- Brand: Andis,Andis®
- Type: Clipper / Blade,Corded
- Speed: Multi-Speed
- Color: Burgundy,Fuchsia,Silver/Black,Black
- Weight: 12.8 oz,12 oz
- Motor Type: Rotary
- Strokes Per Minute: 2,500-4,500
- Country of Origin: USA
- Strokes Per Minute : 2500/4500
- Speed(s): 5-Speed
Light weight and very easy to use. The lighter weight than other Andis clippers allows me to maneuver easily without fatigue.
"Lightweight & Powerful"
Love these! They are quiet, but powerful & lightweight so they don't hurt my wrist. Plus the cute colors!! The only dog clippers I will use.
"Happy customer "
I found these clippers on Jeffers' page cheaper then anywhere else and on top of everything you through in a free $40 nail grinder !! I’m so happy !!
"Power power than ACG 2 Speed"
Power power than ACG 2 Speed, clips quickly through my horses winter coat
I have given up on trying to fix this $200 mistake. The power buttons are terrible and keep shorting out. I've had 2 different repair people fix it and they work for about 2 days. I'm really bummed because when it is working it is nice. Now it's garbage.
"Groomer for 20+ years"
I got these clippers about a year ago and they are by far my favorite. I LOVE andis and they have gone over the top with these new ones. They are light weight and fit into your hand so easily. I just love them! I have never had a single issue with them.
I also am a groomer and bought these less than 2 years ago. Numerous problems. Love Andis clippers but not these!
"Bad clippers for a grooming shop"
I've had these clippers for about 6 months. I thought i just got a bad pair, but three other girls in my grooming shop are now starting to have the same problems. We groom anywhere from 3 to 8 dogs a day and these clippers can't keep up. My blades are constantly popping off, along with guard combs. Even with the setting on high the clippers can't go through dense thick hair. I have to say it is about the most annoying thing when you hit one little tangle and the show blade pops off of the clippers. Also, i thought it was my blades but lately my clippers aren't working properly and they just won't cut. Im guessing the motor is not moving fast enough to cut the hair cause it just pulls it instead. Other groomers who have had their clippers for less than two years are now starting to have these problems as well.