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Wolseley Hummingbird Trimmer

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53498
Special Price £20.62 £17.18 Was £31.99 £26.66
  • Rechargeable trimmer
  • Compact & easy to hold 
  • Suitable for tidying up and trimming hard to reach areas on horses and dogs
  • 45 mm standard stainless steel blades plus plastic clip on combs for leaving on a longer length of hair. 
  • Strong metal carry case with charger, a set of clip on blades, 2 comb attachments, brush and oil. 

The Hummingbird rechargeable trimmer is compact & easy to hold with an ergonomically shaped soft feel handle. The Hummingbird is suitable for tidying up and trimming hard to reach areas on horses and dogs. Supplied with a set of 45 mm standard stainless steel blades plus plastic clip on combs for leaving on a longer length of hair. The Hummingbird comes complete with in a strong metal carry case with charger, a set of clip on blades, 2 comb attachments, brush and oil. Charging times: 1st/2nd charge = 6 hours, then 1-2 hours per charge. A fully charged battery will give you 150 minutes trimming time. The trimmer will also run directly from the charger cord.

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