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Lister A2F Fine Clipper Blades (metal cutter driving socket)

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£42.83 £35.69
  • These are known as fine blades as they clip closer to the skin than A2/AC and are supplied as standard with every clipper.
  • The comb A2F is similar to the A2 and has 35 teeth and is 75 mm wide.
  • When new it will leave 1.4 mm of hair on the animal.
  • Metal cutter driving socket

These are known as fine blades as they clip closer to the skin than A2/AC and are supplied as standard with every clipper. The comb A2F is similar to the A2 and has 35 teeth and is 75 mm wide. When new it will leave 1.4 mm of hair on the animal. Metal cutter driving socket.

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