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Andis Agc Super 2 - speed Clipper Super Duty

by Andis

List Price: CDN$ 340.60
Price: CDN$ 226.13
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  • Shatter-proof housing fits comfortably in your hand
  • 4x4 blade drive for 25% more blade torque
  • Clipper comes equipped with an UltraEdge? Super Locking Blade
  • Works with all UltraEdge? and CeramicEdge? blades (sold separately) - the largest selection in the industry
  • Designed and manufactured for years of reliable use

Frequently Bought Together

Andis Agc Super 2 - speed Clipper Super Duty + Andis 64240 CeramicEdge Size 7FC Detachable Blade + Andis 64295 CeramicEdge Size 4FC Detachable Blade
Price For All Three: CDN$ 292.11

These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 445 g
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Item model number: 22360
  • ASIN: B0018KVI5M
  • Date first available at Oct. 5 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,451 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Rotary motor stays cool & quiet * Detachable blades for ease of changing * No oiling of internal parts needed * Break resistant housing * Contoured to fit hand Designed for maximum speed and power, this professional clipper is cool, quiet, and maintenance-free. Delivering over 4,000 cutting strokes per minute, it is 25% faster than the standard Andis 2-speed. Ideal for dogs or larger animals. Blades are detachable. Includes #10 blade. One year warranty.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Veggieburgs on Dec 7 2013
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Bought this along with several ceramic edge blades to shave my big golden doodle, works very well! Taking her to the groomers was insanely expensive, so doing it ourselves saves a lot of money (but definitely not time!) This is a durable and high quality shaver.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Minhye Kim on June 24 2013
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I have a goldendoodle with thick undercoats. It ran smooth and quiet so my dog didn't get mush stressed. I gave 4 star because it was stuck once on a tiny mat.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Monique Vaillancourt on May 17 2013
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A bought one like that for my cats and it is a real good product . It's an excellent brand and it's work well. It'a a professionnal one and it is perfect to do a nice job. I recommend this item and also the store. Eshopic sold me this prefect product also they got an exceptionnal quality service because two of them were send to me by error and I want just one of them so they track back the second one and I don't have to pay to return it back. If all the quality service were like Eshopic, it will be the paradise for the customers.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John P Rozich on June 15 2014
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When I received the clippers I tried them for the first time they worked like a charm . If they continue to do the same each time I will be more than pleased with the product. They perform exactly the way they should, buy them on sale you can't go wrong!
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217 of 221 people found the following review helpful
Excellent clippers for heavy dog fur Jan. 24 2008
By C. Schmidt - Published on
We bought these clippers to trim our long haired German Shepherd Dog. She had a very thick under coat. The clippers worked great. I had no previous training using clippers, so I was a bit nervous about accidentally cutting her. That was never a problem at all. The clippers took a bit of practice to get used to, but once I got the feel of it I was confident. I bought a #7 blade and that's what we used for her heavy coat. I also bought a can of the Andis Cool Care Plus spray. The blade does get hot while clipping, the spray helped to cool it down so we could continue in one session.

The amazing thing about these clippers is that they seem so solidly built. They are not very noisy at all. Actually, my husband and I laugh because these animal clippers are much better than the "human" ones they use on him when he gets a haircut. :)
143 of 150 people found the following review helpful
Like a hot knife through butter! June 20 2008
By R. Thompson - Published on
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I have a black, long-hair, dauschound-spaniel mix (Macy) that has an undercoat so thick I can hardley see her skin. My husband got a pair of Oster clippers at Wal-Mart and they worked fine on our Bicha-Poo who has fine, short hair. But on Macy? They barley cut, they clogged easily as I drug the clipper along her coat and were basically useless. We live in South Texas and in this 100+ degree heat, the poor thing was miserable. So I sprung for the Andis after reading good reviews. I bought them from KV Vet Supply off Amazon and they were a great seller. Everything arrived quickly and the order was complete. These clippers aren't cheap, but a trip to the groomer for both dogs is around $100 so I figure they will pay for themselves in less than two clippings. Poor Macy! As soon as they arrived, I have to play with them of course. So I get a hold of her and I was totally unprepared for how they were going to perform. Wow! They went right down to her undercoat like she didn't have a top coat at all and trimmed perfectly. However, she's looking a little ragged! I'll get better with the blade angle as time goes by I'm sure. But she's much cooler and happier now. And I'm no longer losing my mind with little balls of black fur she leaves behind when she needs a trim. The blades didn't get hot like I have read about some. Of course, she is less than 30 pounds so there is less of her to cut. Perhaps on a bigger dog, they may get hot. I bought the cooling spray too but discovered I really didn't need it since I was done with her in about 10 minutes. These are a great product and I highly recommend!
130 of 138 people found the following review helpful
WHOA....NOW THAT IS NICE. June 10 2011
By Gorignak - Published on
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Kept seeing bears on our game cameras, about 200 yards from the house, so we decided to get a Great Pyrenees for protection. Then, we found Mountain Lion tracks 200 yards the other direction .... Pyrenees work best in teams, so we got 2 more. When it turned 90+ degrees this spring, almost a month early, I saw the folly of not being ready to clip those poor dogs. We have 2 Chow/Collie mixes for close-in protection, and an Aussie Shepherd for livestock "crowd control". THAT IS 6 BIG DOGS, FOLKS.
I read the reviews and settled on this clipper, and an extra #7FC blade.It arrived at 11:30 AM in the mail, and we,( 3 of us, one clipping and two restraining and positioning) had all the dogs clipped, with the 7FC blade, by 2:30 PM...... PROBABLY 4-6 GROCERY BAGS OF HAIR !!!!!
They don't look pretty, yet....... we will come back with the #10 blade and clean up their legs and faces and bellies. then we will work some of the felt on their backs and sides better with the #7FC..... that blade leaves the perfect amount of hair for sunburn protection. BUT, THEY SURE ARE HAPPY.....AFTER THE FIRST SQUARE FOOT OF HAIR WAS REMOVED, THEY SETTLED RIGHT IN...... THE CLIPPERS ARE SO QUIET THAT WE COULD CLIP IN AND AROUND THEIR EARS AND EYES WITH ZERO FLINCHING AND TRAUMA.

ADDITIONAL INFO: We used the #10 blade on the second day....nice for the head, legs, and DOES heat up faster than the #7, and the dogs get grumpy when the hot blade hits their ears !! The #10 will take more consideration in the cooling down department. As easy as the blades are to change....I can see swapping a hot one for a cool one if extensive use is needed

Remember to concentrate on keeping the heel of the blade want the blade parallel, or only elevated about 10 degrees to cut the best.

Open up a channel on their backs, and work from the base of the hair down each is like peeling a banana. These clippers are up to the task. They PEELED these brutes in short order.

BAD DESIGN FEATURE.....the darned switch should be on the base, and not on the side. Wrestling the large dogs had us turning it off, or to low speed often while clipping.

No need for high-dollar cooling spray.....go to the local Wally-World big box and get a can of silicone spray from the automotive department. Spray the blade every 5 minutes with a cooling/lubricating spritz of silicone. It is less that $3. for a big can. Should be enough to do 10-12 dogs. You can hear the cutter rev up about 100 rpm when the silicone hits the blades. WE NEVER HAD TO STOP DURING THE ENTIRE PROCESS, DUE TO HEATING. Make sure to direct the spray to the back side of the blades, where the short blade hits the longer top guide blade. It seemed that the lubricating was better from the underside, and the rev-up could be easily heard.

These breeds represent the worst possible scenario....heavy, long guard hair, with an unbelievable tightly felted lower layer. EXPECT TO WORK...this does not make it a picnic. It is still a chore and a half, and a shower afterwards is in will have reasonably attractive results, and you wallet won't suffer the routine abuse of the "Grooming Salon"
These will hold up to any task, except wholesale sheep shearing. Any livestock grooming is a cinch.
I cannot compliment these clippers enough.
145 of 155 people found the following review helpful
Recommended by several professional groomers! Jan. 30 2010
By N. Nick - Published on
I purchased this grooming tool at the advice by several professional groomers. I was debating between the Andis and Oster...and was told that the Oster was cheaply made (not high quality like the brand used to be) and began breaking due to the cheap plastic that it was made of. Although the Andis is slightly more expensive, I decided to follow their expert recommendation. I am certainly glad I did.

The motor is very quiet compared to the old Oster clippers I had (which, you got it, had begun to break...plastic casing). I love the detachable blades because I clip 2 of my dogs, with different type coats, so I need the option to be able to "quickly" change blades. I also had purchased the attachment combs, but don't like them for the clipping I do. Therefore, I bought additional blades made for specific length coats.

The casing of the unit doesn't get hot at all. I am able to trim both of my dogs without having to take a break to let the unit cool. I trim a Norfolk Terrier, using a 3-1/2 blade (longest blade you can get) and it leaves enough coat on him so he doesn't look scalped yet it is evened out so he doesn't look like a wild wolf. My other dog is an Affenpinscher/Min. Schnauzer mix, so I trim her more like the Min. Schnauzer...using the 10 blade around the muzzle and ears, and for her body I use either the 7 blade in summer or the 5-3/4 blade in winter.

I highly recommend this trimmer. I originally purchased it at a nationally known pet supplies store, on sale. However, I found the price at to be $60 less than the store sale price, so I returned those (new and unused, still in the box of course!!!) and ordered through You'll be totally amazed at how quiet the motor is...quiet enough that my dogs aren't bothered by it at all. The 2-speeds are nice to have if you need it, but I always use the lower speed...have not found the need to rev it up higher.

Bottom line, great brand trimmer, good quality, quiet, and detachable blades! Also, don't forget...highly recommended brand by several professional dog groomers, so the Andis is long-lasting...should give you years of great clips!
130 of 141 people found the following review helpful
Amazing! I have a chow chow... Nov. 18 2008
By Cameron T. Freeman - Published on
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I have a chow chow who is prone to skin allergies and matting. She has had hot spots and chewed away hair so much we started taking her to the groomers to be shaved down. I had tried other clippers and they couldn't get through the thick under coat. These clippers had my whole chow chow cut in an hour and a half with her full coat (with several resting breaks for my baby). They get a bit warm but nothing near what those cheaper clippers get to and they cool off extremely quickly. I will probably get a longer guard later but the one that came with it doesn't go all the way to the skin, which i prefer. I'm sure if i can cut a chow chow with them, they'll tackle any job. A+++! Worth every penny!