Leaves hair 1/16”- 1.5mm. Used because reducing ears, pads of feet, face, lower than path as well as as the removal of mats on dogs. Also, cast off given that the entirety use along with body restraining of horses. Compatible along furthermore A5, Power Pro, Power Max, Performax, Protégé in addition to Groom Master Clippers. Innovative warm temperature curbing technology plus legendary harsh scything performance. Cryogenically restrained as longer wear resistance.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #187 Pet Products
- Size: Large
- Brand: Oster
- Model: 78919-046
- Released on: 2006-10-16
- Dimensions: 4.75″ h x 9.75″ w x 3.50″ l,
- Cryogenically controlled clipper blade cuts hair sip to 1-1/2 millimeters
- Glides finished hair without pulling or tugging
- 20 degrees cooler than common A-5 blades
- Compatible as well as A-5, Power Pro, Power Max, Performax, Protege, furthermore Groom Master clippers
I clip my Giant Schnauzer and have tried many different blade types in search of blades that will stay sharp for more than just 3-4 hair cuts. Admittedly, I’m hard on my blades and frequent forget to oil and spray them. Also, I usually clip my dog without washing him first. These blades have far outlasted everything else I have tried (including ceramic) by lasting for 10 hair cuts.First thing I did when getting this blade was put the unread directions to the side and take a screw driver to both this and the existing blade on my A5.
DON’T DO THAT.
Leave the blade (actually 4 pieces) intact to remove and replace.
Do Not Unscrew Anything!
It took two patient tech support people and two phone camera pix sent in to verify I was reassembling the pieces correctly to get everything back together. But the people at Oster were kind and patient.
Here’s what you do:
On the A5, press the lever down to pop up the front end of the old blade and slide it up and off the shaver.
Then slide the new one down on the shaver and press down till it clicks.
All else fails: take the parts to a dog groomer and ask nicely for help in assembly. That works too.
Don’t ask me how I know that.