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Andis Excel 2-Speed Detachable Blade hair clipper - 22315

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Andis Excel 2-Speed Detachable Blade hair clipper Powerful 2-Speed rotary motor clipper with detachable blade designed for heavy-duty use High speed is 25% faster for cutting heavy hair Extremely quiet operation Runs so cool, fan and air vents are not needed Designed to last for years and will cut wet or dry hair Break resistant housing, contoured to fit your hand Andis UltraEdge and CeramicEdge blades sold separately - the largest selection in the industry All Andis UltraEdge, CeramicEdge, and all detachable type blades will fit this clipper INCLUDES: Seven attachment combs and Andis UltraEdge size 000 blade


Powerful 2-Speed rotary motor clipper with detachable blade designed for heavy-duty use

High speed is 25% faster for cutting heavy hair

Extremely quiet operation

Runs so cool, fan and air vents are not needed

Designed to last for years and will cut wet or dry hair

Product Details:
Product Length: 1.75 inches
Product Width: 1.75 inches
Product Height: 7.0 inches
Product Weight: 0.0 pounds
Package Length: 10.1 inches
Package Width: 7.9 inches
Package Height: 2.6 inches
Package Weight: 1.95 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 27 reviews
Label Information:
Ingredients: Made in USA
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 27 customer reviews )
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52 of 52 found the following review helpful:

5My clipper of choiceDec 06, 2008
By New England Yankee
I've owned a variety of clippers from both Andis and Oster, and this is my favorite - as well as the one I use on my own head! (I still also own an Andis single speed for dog grooming as well.) It takes standard, replaceable blades (same type as Oster), though I prefer Andis' own Ultra Edge blades. It is much quieter than the Oster clippers and fits my hand better. The case on the Andis is sealed. In practice it does not seem to run any hotter than the Oster clippers and, of course, you don't have any worry about getting clipper cleaner or hair into the motor.

The clipper comes with a 000 blade, which fits the included snap-on combs. The 000 blade is sized to take standard combs. The remainder of the blade line is physically larger - you'll find them more convenient for everyday use, quite honestly. Combs are best relegated to filling in for blades you don't own.

The 2 speed feature is a nice-to-have. I don't find that I use it much, though.

If you are new to clippers and wondering why these (and the equivalent Osters) are so much more expensive, the major difference is the motors. Top of the line clippers use pivot motors - motors that have a physical mechanism to move the blade from side-to-side. Pivot motors are stronger and will cut wet hair effortlessly. Cheaper clippers use magnetic motors, basically that "shake" the blade back and forth by using magnets, and they bog down too easily. The really cheap clippers also typically have horrible blades.

16 of 17 found the following review helpful:

5Don't hesitate just BUY!Jun 03, 2009
I did weeks worth of research looking for good quality professional grade hair clippers. After over looking Andis Brand (at first) I was dead set of the Oster 76 classics. But their price, noise level, and potential heavy weight turned me off. Local beauty stores (including sally's) charges over $XXX for them.

Andis has a large blade selection and most amazon sellers have them for very cheap (under $30 in most cases) and that makes for reasonable priced replacements.

After using my Wahl's Designers w/ comb attachments for the past few years I regret not researching professional clippers sooner.

There is NO COMPARISON to using magnetic clippers w/ comb attachments versus using rotary clippers w/ detachable blades!

My first cut with these clippers took a little over 15minutes and was perfectly evenly. I bought ceramic edge blade and an ultra edge blade to see if the ceramic stays cooler longer (havent tried them yet) but the ultra (steel) blade got warm while using but not hot!

The clippers themselves got warm but not hot! My Wahls got so hot i had to run water over (not safe or recommended...lol) to cool them off...I was going for a low cut and it took an hour--clippers cut unevenly w.o. comb attachments too!!!

BOTTOM LINE: If you want an even cut thats fast quick and cheap, look at buying andis brand clippers (rotary only) and Andis brand ceramic or ultra-edge blade set and you wont for wrong!

These are two speed clippers and with my hair being fine i prefer using the top speed so i know i'm getting full power, but its a matter of personal preference.

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

5andis clipper operationApr 11, 2009
By barberclipper "frankie "c""
i am very satisified with this product,i can change blades quickly and have the power to cut wet hair,i use it professionally and as a teaching method.the design is comfortable in the hand.

8 of 10 found the following review helpful:

5Cuts hair without any problemsMar 15, 2009
By J. Finger
My decision to go with Andis was primarily because of this:

Which is titled "Slim talks about clippers"

Watch it and you will see an Oster Classic 76 and why I did not want one..... The noise!

I am fully satisfied with the Andis Clippers I purchased and fully recomend them to anyone serious about cutting their own hair. The clippers feel good in my hand and it appears to be built well. For those of you who like bald or almost bald, consider the #00000 blade. It seems to cut almost as close as a razor without all the irritation a straight blade would bring.

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

3Cuts good but...Aug 27, 2011
By Dblimage "Joey Placido"
This item is awesome when it's new but after about 4 months, the spring-loaded hinge assembly that holds the clipper in place becomes really lose and loses spring tension after a while and results in a very noisy clipper that vibrates like hell. The ceramic blades that works with it doesn't last long either. I'm shave my head with it every week so I'm not cutting a lot of hair. Other than that, the motor itself still runs really good. The unit came with a replacement assembly but the second one is already lose too and I've had this clipper since June 2010 and it's now August 2011. I guess I was hoping I can get a year's life on a set of hinge and clipper blade but that maybe asking too much - I don't know. A new hinge assembly cost $13, and new clipper blades cost around $25 in which you will have to replace often if you cut hair as often as me. I wonder how it affects Professionals who cuts multiple times a day. How often they have to replace the parts for it.

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