Clipper Speeds: 3400-4400rpm
Power: 30 watts
Blade Type: Sk5 Steel
Housing Type: Rubberized Plastic
Cord Length: 10 feet
This is the first set of pet clippers that we have ever owned and I wasn't sure what to expect. My husband tested them out on one of our labs and said they have a really good "no slip" rubber grip handle which is VERY important because you don't want the trimmer to slip while you are shaving your dog. You are in control of how much hair you want to remove by how many passes you make on the surface, the more passes, the more comes off, just a little common sense with use. It comes with a little brush to clean the inside of the blades and some oil to keeps things running smooth so they don't rust on you. The instruction booklet was was fairly easy to understand which is important because so many are useless anymore. These are electric, but the cord is quite long, about 8 ft or so, if you need more room than that, plan on using an extension cord. We didn't have use for one. It comes in a nice storage case that is padded so it's not sliding around, but keeps the clippers firmly in place. They look like a professional set of clippers, something that you would see a dog groomer use at say Petco while looking through the grooming windows. Easy to use, with a simple slide on/off switch with 2 speeds. My mother in law had a collie with severe allergies and her vet told her to keep him shave until the allergies passed, so we thought this would be good to do for our two labs who suffer from extreme allergies, since the weather will be warming up very soon.