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Wahl Touch-Up & Stylique Battery Operated Trimmer Set, Black Chrome

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Description

Get your pup trimmed up in no time with the Wahl Touch-Up & Stylique Battery Operated Trimmer Set. This cordless trimmer and detailer combo is easy to use and ergonomically designed for your comfort. The Stylique features a narrow blade for accuracy and precision, and both trimmers have a black chrome finish for durability. This kit includes a Touch-Up battery-operated trimmer, a Stylique trimmer, a storage base, a six-position attachment guide, three attachment combs, three AA batteries, blade oil, a cleaning brush and an English/Spanish instruction book.

Key Benefits
  • Battery-operated trimmer and detailer set
  • Gives a precise trim on the paws, face and ears
  • Sleek and durable with a black chrome finish
  • Designed with a comfortable grip
  • Includes a 6-position attachment comb
What's Included

Touch-Up battery-operated trimmer, Stylique trimmer, storage base, six-position attachment guide, (3) attachment combs, (3) AA batteries, blade oil, cleaning brush and English/Spanish instruction book.

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  • Item Number
    104454
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • 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: 2.6 of 5 stars 20 Reviews 20 Reviews 2.6 out of 5 Stars

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    does not work

    By dogmom on Jan 9, 2021

    These clippers wouldn’t even cut my little yorkie’s fur. Literally neither the small nor the big ones. Waste of money.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    money wasted

    By ughhhh on Dec 31, 2020

    Hate that I even spent money. Won’t work on feet or face or booty hole. What’s the point of this ?!?

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Hair clippers

    By food on Nov 23, 2020

    Noisy, Battery didn't last more then 20 minutes that came with it. Snags easily.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good price, great deal!

    By Cynd on Jun 18, 2020

    This Wahl trimmer works well. It's a little louder than I expected, but a good buy. I like that you get two different size trimmers with attachments. Good price for what is offered.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Trimmer set

    By MsDsy on Apr 16, 2020

    I bought this set because we can't go to the groomer right now. My little dog is a maltipoo with very curly hair and the knots were getting bad. This set has helped out tremendously. I can clean up her face and feet with the small one and the rest of her with the bigger one. Very lightweight and surprisingly powerful.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Worse Item

    By thor on Apr 15, 2020

    Was glad to see that it was battery operated but this item is extremely loud and did not cut my pet's hair at all. Would skim right through it and not cut anything. Do not buy - worse item ever!!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Too Noisy - Does not clip well

    By Sophie on Dec 29, 2019

    Bought the combo for my Maltese to trim her paws. The tiny one did not cut at all and both clippers are really noisy. I would not recommend this product.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Don't bother

    By Suseq on Apr 18, 2019

    I bought these trimmers to trim paw hair on my Papillon...they do NOT work at all...complete waste of money.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Disappointed

    By Pommy on Apr 4, 2019

    The small trimmer in the package was of no use....could not open the battery door at all. Three of us tried with no luck.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not impressed

    By free2bemeyac on Apr 24, 2019

    Does not cut at all. Very loud and my puppy fights me to try and use it.

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