Whal Pocket Pro Trimmer...any good?

Kenzo

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Just bought one of these at the weekend, not had chance to give it a whirl yet, just wondered if they are any good and trimming those wispy hair that grow under the throat/jaw area and along the ears etc...there only about £9.99 so I'm not expecting them to be great but just wondered what other peoples thoughts were
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wouldn't be without mine, I don't trust myself with scissors that close to my horses ears as she shakes her head a lot - they are also really good for whiskers as well.
 

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I've just used one to trim the hair under the jaw of a hairy cob with no problem. Surprisingly the battery lasts a lot longer than expected and I think they are great for a tenner. I would just take off some long hair with scissors first just so you can see what you are doing ( it does'nt have to be that neat)
 

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Thanks you guys, sounds just good then, I'll have bash with them tonight, he's never been clipped and will need clipping out this winter, I saw them in this tack shop and thought...orrrh how cute are they! there only a tenner and will be good for faciel trimming and hopefully get him used to the sound....ok so there a lot smaller but a good way of getting him used to trimming before the old liveryman's come out to get him in winter!
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just been looking at robinsons sale and they have them for £7 so might be worth buying if your after something else as well xx
I have one and swear by it as my mare is a witch with scissors so its great for getting those whiskers off! xx
 
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