Andis MBG2 Animal Clipper with Detachable Blade

$69.99
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Andis MBG2 Animal Clipper with Detachable Blade

$69.99

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Product Summary:

Andis MBG2 Animal Clipper with Detachable Blade
 
This extremely powerful and versatile clipper can be used on any large animal from horse to cow to pig.  Powerful detachable blade clipper is designed for all day heavy use. 
 
Product Features:
  • Quiet, maintenance-free rotary motor
  • Easy to clean and change blade
  • Comes with UltraEdge 10 blade
  • High speed motor- 3800 strokes/minute
  • Complete animal grooming
  • 14" heavy-duty cord
  • Made in the USA
  • UL Listed
Item Specifications:
 
Color:
Blue
 
Model #-
20995/MBG2
Downloadable Resources
Andis Clipper Care TipsManufacturer Information
Andis Equine Grooming TipsManufacturer Information

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Does is work on heavy coats?
A shopper on Jul 3, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, powerful and durable, perfect for complete animal grooming.
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How is blade removed for cleaning?
Loren G on Jun 15, 2016
Best Answer: Make sure the clippers are unplugged. Depress the button/tab at the base of the clipper blade. While that is down, the blade can be snapped out of position by pushing back on it.
Important: when you put the blade back on, seat it back on that tab, then turn on the clippers BEFORE you snap it forward back into position.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jun 15, 2016
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