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Gitte Eriksen
post Apr 3 2005, 03:15 PM
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Hi all!!

I just wanted if anyone would tell what kind of clipper they use for clipping their horses and what your favorite mashine is and why?? tongue.gif

Please also write name and aprrox. price and where to buy, thanks biggrin.gif

I am looking to buy one and wanted your opinion on the best mashine

Thanks in advance biggrin.gif

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Gitte Eriksen
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post Apr 3 2005, 04:38 PM
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Hello Gitte,

I use clipper "Oster Power PRO " cordless kit.
That's a very good mashine with two battery, very easy !
You can find more information on www.osterpro.com

Hope this help !
Greetings,
Albina

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Gitte Eriksen
post Apr 3 2005, 05:28 PM
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Hi Albina biggrin.gif

Thank you very much I will have a look right away. It is a jungle out there with all the different clippers so every help is much appreciated.

By the way soon Isha will foal exiting ehh? 19 of april tongue.gif

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post Apr 3 2005, 07:52 PM
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Hello Gitte,

Yes I'm very curious about that ... tongue.gif
Looking forward to see the foal ! wink.gif

All the best,
Albina cool.gif
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Gitte Eriksen
post Apr 4 2005, 07:26 PM
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Hi

Please no one else wants to tell about their mashines?

huh.gif biggrin.gif

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Gitte
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post Apr 4 2005, 09:05 PM
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Hi Gitte,

I also use an Oster pro, cordless. I used it for 7 years now and always be happy with it. You can find it at Mustang international together with blades and all needed for the clipper.

Hope this help

Greetings

Nancy
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Baraka
post Apr 5 2005, 04:12 AM
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I got my first Oster cordless last year, and will never have another corded clipper! It is powerful, and easy to use with NO CORD to worry with or get in the way. The blades seem to last forever with it's power to push it on. I LOVE IT!
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post Apr 5 2005, 05:59 AM
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Hi Gitte

I agree, GO FOR THE CORDLESS! I bought my present clipper (Oster Golden A5, 2 speed)) last year for the purpuse of using it on both on my horses and dogs, it's not cordless wich I really regret. Especially on the young ones, who are not used to the sound of this strange machine unsure.gif and jumps around to get away from it, it's really an advantage that the cord doesn't get in the way. It's a bit more expensive, but you won't regret spending a bit more and then have the best clipper.
Good luck tongue.gif
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