- Whisper Quiet Pivot Motor; Watts: 8W
- Close-Cutting Narrow T-Blade Design
- Great For Detailing & Trimming Around Ears, Beard, Mustache, Side Burns & Neckline
- Break-Resistant Housing
- Includes Lubricating Oil & Cleaning Brush, 8 Ft Power Cord
- Oster Ac T-finisher Trimmer # 76059-010
9/12/14. Easy to use effective trimmer. I tried a lot of alternatives for clipping the paw pad hair and around the ears of our 8 year old Golden Retriever. My Oster Outlaw clipper with the 10 cutter head just would not do the job, although that was what I bought that one for. Small scissors were just to difficult to avoid actually cutting the skin, and a Wahl cordless trimmer just would not cut at all (JUNK!). The Oster Ac T-finisher Trimmer 76059-010 works great. I got it after talking to my personal barber and he showed me the type of cutter head to get. I should have done that the first time. Grooming the dog is now much easier and she doesn't mind the low noise vibrations of the Oster trimmer, whereas she hated any attempt to use the noisy bigger unit.
A very well made product
3 years ago a barber friend gave me a Oster hair trimmer to help me trim my beard. It was a old trimmer, but still was working.About 2wks ago it stopped working. Well I decided to tear it apart and fix it myself, BAD IDEA. Sometime things just don't goback together the same way. Struck Out. So I went looking and found this new trimmer on line. Funny thing, when I received itI found it to be the same trimmer. I thought the old one was great, this one 1. Seller was very quick to deliver product, It camepackaged well, Over All. A++++++++++++++++++++
After four years, I managed to wreck my Wahl Five-Star Trimmer, and decided to try the slightly more expensive Oster ($40 vs. $45) to see what it's like. Glad I wrecked my Wahl.I don't like the aesthetics of the Oster much, at least compared to the Wahl. The Oster has a tough, boring red plastic shell; the Wahl had pearlescent and metallized plastics. But that's the last good thing I can say about the Wahl now.The Oster is slightly larger and heavier, giving you more trimmer for your money in every way. The Oster motor is rated at 8 Watts -- double the Wahl -- yet the Oster makes 1/4 the noise: it's a smooth hum, not a loud buzz. The business (blade) end of the Oster is slightly larger than that of the Wahl, but not so large as to be clumsy in any way (unless you're trimming mice or the like). Most importantly, the Oster cuts fast and close in just one pass, though it's a little hard to be sure that the Wahl didn't compare when it was new (it certainly didn't cut as well after a few years).Final judgement: Oster T-Finisher crushes Wahl Five-Star by a country mile.Edit: the instructions really don't talk about the most important topic: how do you use the trimmer? Well, if you just look at it, there's a flat, slanted top plate that doesn't move, that has a little metal comb on it. Then, under that is a sharp cutting blade that moves back and forth.If you hold the trimmer such that that moving blade part touches your skin, you will experience bad results, such as torn flesh. You need to hold the trimmer so that the slanted comb part is almost flat against your skin, at a slight angle so only the comb is touching your skin.Then move the trimmer as if you're using that tiny comb to comb your hair -- but backwards, against the grain. If you do this, it cuts close, quick, and safe. Truly a super trimmer.
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