Andis Pulse ZR II Vet Pack £299.95
Andis Pulse ZR II Vet Pack
The famous Pulse ZR now comes with removable batteries to ensure you never run out of power! This powerful clipper features a heavy duty motor with 5 speeds, to ensure you can efficiently groom all coat types - not matter what state they are in! Having 5 speeds means you can adjust the speed to meet the needs of coat to ensure a perfect finish every time.
There are 2 reviews with an average rating of 4.50
Jon from AustraliaOwner09 October 2018 16:43
Awsome piece of machinery. Had previous model without lithium ion and batteries always didn't last. Annoying safety switch start and sounds like a laser toy but is incredible to use. Bought this from Australia for 300 hundred dollars less than here! Arrived in 8 days. Fantastic service as was worried about buying from U.K. Ceramic blades are awsome and comes with spare battery. four hundred Australian dollars on special is a absolute bargain for probably best corded clipper on market. 9 out of 10.
Teresa from United StatesOwner21 March 2019 17:16
So I heard this was a great clipper so I bought the Vet pack so I could have two batteries. It’s heavier than I thought, slows down when it starts to get hot which I read is a safety feature so not to overheat. Runs 3 hours charged as it says
Sherry M. from United States asks
I am looking for a silent clipper that can be used on my 8 Shih Tzu's. Grooming them can be challenging, as soon as they hear any sound from clippers. Please advise if you carry any. I have seen one pair in action but that was back in 1999, and the girl using them was substituting in a shop that I had not ever been in before. I actually saw her clipping hair from my dogs pads and his belly and he had no clue, there was not sound. He just stood there.
Valeria from Netherlands asks
Hi guys, I am a bit confused. What is the difference between a clipper and a groomer? Is that mean that I can't use the blades from one to the other? Even being from the same brand? And why a wireless groomer is so much more expensive than a clipper? Thanks