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|If you ever decide to invest the money the Laube's are only about nine ounces, they're the go to clipper for me since I have nerve damage in my hands and sever arthritis. They have a faster motor speed, which doesn't just equate to a faster groom but a smoother one. They are also one of the smallest diameters that I've found, which is important since I have small hands.
My only problem with walhs is they tend to be a bit less sturdy. Both groomers who had a set ended up replacing them in less than 6 months. Did you get the model with clip on replaceable blades or did you go for the one where the blades are part of the clipper? There is a big difference in performance between the models. Your replaceable blades are going to make a big difference in smoothness of the haircut.
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