Wahl Touch-Up Rechargeable Battery Pet Trimmer Set, Black

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Description

The Wahl Touch-Up Rechargeable Battery Pet Trimmer Set is perfect for touching up and trimming your pet’s face, ears and paws. The powerful cordless trimmer offers 5,000 SPM and 40 minutes of continuous operation. Designed for comfort, the Wahl Touch-Up trimmer has an ergonomic, soft-touch grip. With the professional blades and bonus detail blade, you’ll get precise, one-pass trimming. This set includes a cordless trimmer with a #40 detachable blade, a detachable detail blade, a soft zipper pouch, a six-position attachment comb, blade oil, a cleaning brush and an English/Spanish instruction book.

Key Benefits
  • Powerful trimmer with 5,000 SPM
  • 40 minutes of cordless operation
  • Comfortable soft-touch grip
  • Includes #40 blade plus a detail blade
  • Great for touch-ups and face, ear and paw trims
What's Included

Cordless trimmer, #40 detachable blade, detachable detail blade, soft zipper pouch, six-position attachment comb, blade oil, cleaning brush and English/Spanish instruction book.

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  • Item Number
    104458
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Breed Size
    Extra Small & Toy Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, Giant Breeds, All Breeds
  • Material
    Plastic
Instructions
  • Take dog for a short walk to calm them down and burn off extra energy. Take a few minutes to pet the dog to make sure he is not overly stressed or scared
  • Thoroughly brush and/or comb to remove tangles and mats
  • Understand the product difference between a clipper and a trimmer. A clipper is a larger tool designed to cut longer body hair. A trimmer is more of a detail tool that is used for touch-ups.
  • Consulting specific breed, size and coat type instructions on this website, use clippers to trim excess fur off the dog’s body, choosing the appropriate clipper guide comb to achieve desired length. Start with the shoulders and progress towards the tail
  • Clip as close to the body as desired, leaving at least a half-inch or more in order to maintain enough protection from the elements
  • Clip hair around the paws and tail Inspect the chest to determine if any trimming is needed
  • Clip any excess fur that is hanging or isn’t uniform to the rest of the body
  • Clip the head and face last, being careful of moving ears, mouth, eye lashes and nose. Choose a clip attachment adhering to your desired fur length. Place the clipper flat against the top of the dog’s head with the blade spokes facing to the rear. Pull the clippers towards the back to push fur away from the upper brow.
  • Clip the muzzle by beginning at the bridge of the nose and pulling clippers downward towards the dog’s mouth
  • Clip or trim between the eyes by placing the clipper guide comb or the trimmer flat against the forehead with the blade spokes facing the nose. Progress towards the nose, being extra cautious of potential head movement or jerks in order to remain safely away from the eyes
  • Gently wrap your free hand around the dog’s muzzle and point it towards the ceiling. Place the guide comb against the chin, with the spokes facing the throat, and run the clippers towards the throat to trim the underside of the muzzle.
  • Hold the ear tip between fingers so that only fur rests above the fingers (no skin) and trim this hair. Repeat along the edges of the ear.
  • If necessary, gently trim excess hair in the inside of ears, using a smaller trimmer. Always avoid the ear canal.
FAQ

How can I make my dog more comfortable for grooming?

It is always wise take your dog for a walk or exercise prior to grooming activities, particularly if he is the type to get restless, antsy or apprehensive. It will diminish the dog’s energy level and make it easier to complete the task. Aromatherapists say the smell of spearmint and peppermint help calm dogs, so it might be worth buying a few scented candles.

What is the best way to de-mat my dog?

Use a liquid fur detangler or work some baby oil into the mat. Let it sit for several minutes and then loosen and separate using your fingers or the end of a comb. Gently brush out the loosened sections. Severe, stubborn mats may have to be clipped if detangling doesn’t work.

Do I really need to brush my dog?

Absolutely. Not brushing will lead to the development of mats. Matted hair will pull and inflame his sensitive skin and will be painful to remove. Regular brushing will also keep the dog’s skin healthy by stimulating blood flow and distributing natural oils, while also rooting out parasites.

Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars 26 Reviews 26 Reviews 3.5 out of 5 Stars

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not much power here

    By ssward on Jan 20, 2021

    I bought this clipper to do small spots when clipping my labradoodle: ears, face, pads of feet. I am very disappointed with the performance of this clipper. It has very low power even when connected to the charger while working. It can only clip very fine hair. Not recommended.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Avoid this product.

    By Paul on Jan 11, 2021

    Barely can cut beyond individual hairs. Would not recommend.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    This is a TOUCH UP razor. It's GREAT!

    By Judy on Apr 7, 2020

    IMPORTANT: THIS RAZOR ISN'T for cutting the hair all over the dog! It's for touch ups and it works. Some of these reviews are absurd. I've had several of these for my 3 and 4 dogs. I use it to trim hair on paws so that the hair doesn't pick up tree sap from my 200 foot Douglas Fir trees in Portland, OR. I've USED THIS RAZOR for 10 years. It works GREAT and you have to know how to use it to begin with.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Don"t buy this

    By Rina on Jan 31, 2020

    I would not buy this type of trimmer ever again. I brought this product to trim my Shih Tzu fur but it hardly did anything. The battery dies so fast after 20 minutes and it takes forever to recharge. Wahl is a great brand but this particular item does not work.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Touch up trimmer

    By Clipper on Apr 4, 2020

    I love it!! I used it right away and it worked great. Thanks you chewy.com for sending me this wonderful trimmer

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Very upset about this product

    By Cookie on Aug 27, 2019

    This product did not work for my dog at all. I specifically bought this for my dog paws bc she grows her paw hair so fast and if I don’t cut it she slides on the wooden floor. This did not cut anything whatsoever. I’ve tried every angle.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Trimmer for my Poodles

    By brush on Apr 22, 2019

    Works great on my Poodles, much easier to trim feet and face. Very quite and doesn't bother the dogs. Nice to be able to use without the chord, easier to get around the feet and face. A great assess to my collection on clippers and trimmers, Thanks Diane

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Rechargable razors

    By Razors on Apr 1, 2019

    They are not going through my cockers hair..might not be strong enough and they make alot of noise

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Not really worth it

    By Miranda on Dec 15, 2018

    I was expecting something more accustomed for dogs when it's not. I got these for puppy season that follows Christmas in my salon. I opened them looked at them and was just checking them out as my new trimmers when I got an odd feeling that I recognized them from somewhere. They are the same EXACT trimmers my husband has lol. I got a kick out of it at first. But when I went to use them and they were WAY too short. Like a 40 blade. Not to mention they hardly cut through the hair. Then the skinner tip for them flat out didn't cut at all. It was dragging. Needless to say I was disappointed. Not bad for touching up some already roughed in clean feet or face but nothing other than that. Well I guess I was expecting something more accustomed for dogs when it's not. I got these for puppy season that follows Christmas in my salon. I opened them looked at them and was just checking them out as my new trimmers when I got an odd feeling that I recognized them from somewhere. They are the same EXACT trimmers my husband has lol. I got a kick out of it at first. But when I went to use them and they were WAY too short. Like a 40 blade. Not to mention they hardly cut through the hair. Then the skinner tip for them flat out didn't cut at all. It was dragging. Needless to say I was disappointed. Not bad for touching up some already roughed in clean feet or face but nothing other than that. Well I guess they weren't terrible for scooping the eyes but just as much freak out from a puppy as my regular clippers. Save your money and buy the same thing marketed for men for cheaper with more attachments and stuff if you want these. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Save your $$

    By Jane on Feb 14, 2019

    Doesn't cut my dogs hair. A bad design causes it to clog up when using, However it is quiet and didn't scare my puppy.

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