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Oster A5 Turbo Single Speed Pet Clipper

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Oster’s A5 Turbo Single Speed Pet Clipper is built to perform. This heavy duty professional corded animal clipper is extremely durable and resilient enough to clip through any job thanks to its powerful universal rotary motor with over 3,100 strokes per minute. The A5 Turbo is compatible with Oster’s A5 Cryogen-X blade, Elite Cryogen-X blade and the wider Take-Down-Quick wide blade series.

Key Benefits
  • These clippers are extremely durable and heavy duty. Perfect for grooming dogs, cats, horses and other livestock.
  • Virtually unbreakable, durable and resilient to clip, these clippers glide through thick, coarse hair easily. Its detachable blade system provides incredible versatility as well.
  • Designed to stay cool with its internal fan that constantly blows cool air towards the motor.
  • Powerful, professional-grade universal rotary motor runs at the 3,100 SPM.
  • Detachable blade system for quick, easy blade changes and increased versatility. Compatible with all Oster A5 detachable blades and includes a # 10 CryogenX Detachable blade.
What's Included

(1) #10 CryogenX detachable blade.

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Be sure to prep your pet’s coat by bathing, drying and inspecting their skin for any signs of cuts or lumps. When clipping pull the skin tight to create a flat surface for smooth strokes. And remember to ALWAYS oil your blades before and during grooming sessions to extend the life of the blade and prevent heat buildup.


How do I know if my clipper brushes need changing?

Brushes are generally good for up to 200 hours of use. It will be noticeable in clipper performance when it is time to change the brushes. Generally, clippers will begin to slow down, run roughly, and then stop working.

How do I grease my clipper?

Only clippers with a universal motor require greasing - for example, the Classic 76, Model 10 or Turbo 111. In order to grease the clipper, remove the front cover plate (nameplate) to access to the gear box. This will allow you to determine if the clipper needs to be greased. If clipper does need grease, use about 1/2 teaspoon. Fill the gear box with the grease. Make sure the grease covers the gears. Most of our products come packed with a grease tube.

Why does my blade rattle on my clipper?

Over time the socket on your blades may have become damaged. Check the "wings" on your blade socket to see if they may be bent outward or broken.

How do I properly remove the blade from my clipper? (A5, A6, Outlaw, Powermax, Power Pro and Volt)

With the clipper facing you, place the pad of your thumb on the blade and swiftly push the top of the blade away from the clipper. This will make the blade '"tongue" or "blade assembly" open and you can slide the blade off. off the "tongue" and replace the new blade on the "tongue". With the "tongue" open, turn clipper on and then push the blade towards the clipper (shut), this will ensure the proper engagement of the blade on the driving tip.

How do I get my blade back on my clipper? (A5, A6, Outlaw, Powermax, Power Pro and Volt)

First, ensure that the rectangular metal "tongue" or blade hinge assembly is in standing position or open. If it is closed, insert a flat head screwdriver under the tongue and applying enough force, push the hinge back to standing position. Once this is complete, slide the blade on the tongue, turn your clipper on and push the blade down and snap the hinge assembly closed.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

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    By tjpIII on Jul 9, 2021

    I have never had a pair last for more than 3 years and that is with occasion use. They simply don't hold up.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Clippers for Ninja

    By Linda on Jun 21, 2021

    These clippers buzzed through some matted areas on my cats back legs. Not loud at all to operate and didn't get hot.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    didn't last long

    By sunshinesowner on Feb 29, 2020

    I have one Golden Doodle, and have used this clippers maybe 6 times. The motor is dying and it no longer works well. I will need to order a new one this year.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    dog & cat groomer

    By Bertie on Jul 9, 2018

    I have used the Oster pet clippers for over 30 years. The last one gave out after 20 years of use, I stopped grooming 10 years ago. Because I still have a cat to groom every summer I'll have to buy another pair...

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    poor quality

    By Judy on Apr 11, 2017

    I groom my own dogs and a few friends dogs. These clipper are horrible. They didnt hold up with just my personal grooming dogs which mostly are australian shepherds but i also have a shih tzu and a cavachon. They have done terrible. The screws under the clipper blades are continually coming loose when i am grooming. They have a bad motor already and I have barely had them a year if that. I am currently replacing them and it wont be another oster brand sadly because of the poor quality and now i will have to buy blades for a different clipper. BIG waste of money

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