Does The Andis ProClip Pulse Pet Clipper Really Have The Shape And Stamina To Please Buyers?
Prospective buyers are encouraged to give the Andis ProClip Pulse Pet Clipper a second look because even though it does come in a slightly off-putting shade of pink, it is promoted as being the “ultimate in cordless grooming”.
Here buyers get a 7 piece kit including the clipper, charging dock, four combs and some blade oil which should be all they need to get started, but are they happy with everything they receive?
What benefits have buyers appreciated when testing out this Andis ProClip Pulse Pink Cordless Pet Clipper?
There is the key sales promise of “long lasting cordless operation” from the use of a tough lithium-ion battery and the feedback from buyers suggests that this is not exaggerated.
The battery is detachable and comes with the guarantee of providing 2 hours of grooming – although this is actually sometimes higher according to some users – and it recharges in around an hour via that helpful dock.
Despite this power, the device is said to be pretty quiet and this means that smaller, more nervous dogs are not being bothered by it.
Of course cordless also means that the product should be more manoeuvrable around difficult to reach areas and squirming pets – and buyers have stated that it is ideal for dealing with toy breeds and awkward places.
But there is more to the design of this device that should ensure that buyers are happy to use this Andis pet clipper throughout that long battery life.
The sales claim here is for “fatigue-free grooming”, which essentially means that users’ hands should not get tired too quickly or start to ache and this seems to be fulfilled through the lightweight build and shape.
What problems have users experienced with these Andis Pro Clip Pulse Pet Clippers that lowers its appeal?
Most reviews for this device are pretty favourable and the ones that are low and bring the product down to its 4 star rating are more focused on manufacturer faults than design issues. An example of this is the detachable battery because it has fallen out in the odd occasion.
An interesting potential flaw comes via the blades; this adjustable dog hair clipper is named as such because it has the option of adjusting the blade lengths, which gives a sense of versatility, but is not compatible with A5 style blades and the quality receives mixed reviews.
Summary: is this Andis ProClip Pulse Pet 7 Piece Clipping Set still recommendable with this feedback in mind?
There is the sense that this product is not good enough because while it is able to fulfil its two main sales claims in the comfort of the shape and the long life of that battery, with the added bonuses of the lack of noise and the quick charge, there are still some areas where it could improve.
If the 7-piece set of this Andis dog clipper were to include some higher quality blades and there was greater confidence in the construction it would be a great product, but that does not mean it isn’t still recommendable for owners of small toy breeds with nervous temperaments.