Andis, as im sure many dog groomers would agree, have always created great dog clippers, and with the Andis AGC Super model they have really out done themselves. I use these clippers myself and have done for a few years now, I would never use anything different!
This clipper can cut smoothly through thick, matted hair without slowing, jamming or most importantly snagging your dog.
This clean cutting motion is possible because the Andis AGC Super has two multi-speed settings.
Basic Speed Settings: 2700 – 3400 spm
Super Speed Settings: 3400 – 4400 spm
(spm = Strokes Per Minute)
The super speed is incredible, I havent found a match for it yet!
This Andis also boasts a lightweight design making it easy to use and maneuver around your dog(s), it is incredibly durable and really earns its ‘break resistant’ label.
When my dogs were puppies these clippers got knocked all over the place and to my surprise there was never any permanent damage made.
This model is also great for nervous or elderly dogs as the Andis is very quite and to this day I have never experienced it ever getting overly hot
The Andis AGC Super Two Speed clipper has certainly earned its position as our Top 5 Best Dog Clipper winner, it is used by enthusiasts and dog grooming professionals alike, its durable and provides all the features you could want from a dog clipper.
My personal favourite and our top recommendation!
The blades are detachable and the No.10 blade is often included when purchased. You would assume that this would be common across all clippers but with the Oster A5 Two Speed for example you receive a discount on future blade purchases instead.
Product Images – Andis AGC Super Two Speed Clipper
Please note that some images may appear to have a different model in them, this is not the case! Andis recently revamped the design of the dog clipper, both designs features are the same they just have different looks.
I have also seen the new design in multiple colors (Blue, Black and Classic Red). So if you’re looking to color match your dog grooming tools you’re in luck!
This is a full look at the standard model design, (images of the new design are below). Here you can see the duel-speed switches down the left side and the thick durable cord coming out the bottom.
Again this is the standard model design, here you can see the blade housing and the ‘headshot’ of the dog clipper. You can also slightly see the roughed surface of the clippers body, this is great for handling when using a water spray or when you have sweaty hands as the addition grip keeps the clipper firm within your hand.
This is from the new model design, as you can see the switch is now situated on the top of the dog clipper housing, I personally own the old design and can not comment on whether this is better or worse.
Again the new model design, this time looking at the blade housing and actual cutting mechanism, as I mentioned in the review above this dog clipper often comes with a complimentary No.10 cutting blade. The blades are incredibly easy to change on the old design and im sure the new design is the same.
Last but not least a full look at the design of the new model and a few props so that you can get a rough idea of the overall size of the dog clipper.
As you can see the new design is sleek and has a more modern look going for it, as I mentioned above I do not own this specific design so can not talk from personally experience but if customer feedback is anything to go off, then I can assure you that the design change does not affect any of the features or overall performance of the clipper.