Geib Buttercut 7F" Universal SnapOn Stainless Steel Clipper Blade

43.400.002
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€ 46.20

Category     :   Blades

Geib Buttercut #7F Clipper Blade

•    High quality universal replacement blade.
•    Universal snap-on blade, should fit most types of Andis, Oster or Wahl clippers.
•    Material: Stainless steel.

The Geib Buttercut #7F Clipper Blade is a high quality universal replacement blade suitable for any clipper that uses a snap-on mechanism. This stainless steel blade is constructed from high quality materials to offer outstanding performance and durability.

Crafted with precision, skill and absolute care, each Geib product offers a reliable, precise and long-serving tool. Geib offer peerless quality to meet the needs of any professional groomer, from beginners to experts.

Please note that we only recommend #10 or #15 blades to be used with attachment combs as any other blades may be damaged.

Groomers Expert Tips: A medium length blade offering a fine, smooth clip.

Please browse our full Geib Blades range.

Brand GEIB
Made In USA
Mechanism Snap-On / Clip-On
Size 3 mm
Material Stainless Steel

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