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wantminimore

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Does anyone know where to get replacement blades for these clippers? I found 1 place so far and I think it would cost about the same to buy brand new clippers.

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Will these work? Wahl blades

I have the wahl Chromado & have been buying my blades locally. I paid $200 for the clipper and $45 for each replacement blade. A friend picked up a blade at Nationals year before last and paid $25 for it--but the chromado takes the adjustable blades & so I guess they cost more than the ordinary pro series blade above. At least I get a lot of clipping out of that one blade--I do a lot of clipping with my Chromado and only need one blade per year.

$15.95 doesn't seem like a bad price; wish I could buy mine for that!
 

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I get mine at Tractor Supply Co and sometimes at PetCo (not always in stock) I always try to pick up extras at the Equine Affaire that is in the area in Nov
 

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I have the Wahl Arco Rechargeable and I get the replacement blades at Tractor Supply (if I need them in a hurry) or I order them from www.jeffersequine.com .
 

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Thanks for the help. I had found a site where the blade cost $42.00, the clippers cost $49.00
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Minimor, I had the Wahl Cromando clippers but they disapeared, I never got a chance to use them but have been thinking about getting new ones, i'm glad to hear they work so well.

Leslie
 

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