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Heiniger Saphir Style Purple Cordless C/W 10 Blade
Heiniger Saphir Style - Purple Cordless Clipper
Providing power, comfort, and style, Heiniger Saphir clippers are amongst the most popular dog grooming clippers available. With a range of styles and versions available, the Saphir suits just about anyone whether you’re grooming a pet at home, tackling daily jobs in a busy salon, or even maintaining coats on larger animals like horses or cattle.
The Heiniger Saphir Cordless clipper is the ultimate in dog grooming tech. The Purple ‘style’ clipper is finished with a classy, modern design and delivers maximum power thanks to the trusty Heiniger motor. This clipper comes complete with 2 batteries.
Both the Heiniger Saphir and Opal ranges are compatible with A5 Snap-On blades excluding the Wahl Competition blade range. This common blade type allows for easy removal and re-attachment, making blade care and maintenance quick and easy.
- Dimensions: 20 x 5 x 4 cm
- Weight: 440 Grams
- Rotary Motor
- 1-speed option
- 2650 dbs/min
- Battery Life: 120 minutes
- Recharge time: 60 minutes
- Battery weight: 100 Grams
- Noise Level: 70dB
- Vibrations: 2.5ms ²
- 12-Month Warranty
Kit Includes: Purple Heiniger Saphir - cordless clipper, No.10 Heiniger blade, 2 x battery pack, charging stand, cleaning brush, clipper oil, user manual.
To change your plug type: To attach, simply slot the battery/corded power-pack into the bottom of the clipper until it firmly clips into place and provides power. To remove, apply pressure to the two release buttons on either side of the battery/power-pack and slide free.
To remove/attach your blade: To remove the blade, push in the red release button below your clipper blade, then gently pull the blade away until it pops out, allowing you to slide it free. To re-attach/replace the blade, simply slot the blade back into the clipper and push down on the tooth side until it clips back into place (Take care when applying pressure to your blade to avoid doing any damage to the teeth).