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  1. #1
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    Default Wahl Chromando vs. Moser arco clippers

    Has anyone used either of these. What were your thoughts?

    I just need clippers to clip an English springer spaniel and do bridle paths/muzzle/ legs of one horse.

    Other clipper suggestions are appreciated also! Thanks!



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    Have had several Moser Arco's over the years and I highly recommend them.



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    Another vote for the Moser's here. They clean up the horses and my hubby's hair very well. They're very quiet and charge quickly. I wouldn't do a body clip with them, but they do the lower legs just fine.
    Cindy



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    Do you want to trim the dog or do major take-downs on his body?

    I have Standard Poodles. I use the Andis AGC-super 2-speed for bodies and legs (sporting clip). I use the Moser Arco (which I LOVE) for face, feet, and tails. I don't think that I would want to use the Arco for bodies. I suspect that it would kill it, and it is too nice and expensive a clipper for that.



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