Masterclip A2 blades are a premium quality blade manufactured from high grade, toughened steel featuring sharper cutting edges that are harder wearing and longer lasting. These blades are compatible with the Masterclip HD Roamer, Hunter, V Series and Ranger equine and livestock clippers that have the A2 style of head.
The Masterclip Superfine A2 blade is a short cut blade that will leave a 0.75mm of hair on your horse or pony. It is an ideal choice of blade for competition horses in high workloads such as show jumping, eventing, and other demanding activities like hunting. This blade will leave your horse with an exceptionally smooth, mirror finish. It is also a good choice of blade for veterinary use as it provides a close, surgical cut.
The Masterclip Fine A2 blade is a standard cut blade suitable for clipping all coat types and breeds of horse and pony. This fine blade will leave 1.5mm of hair on your horse. This blade provides an attractive neat, smooth finish and is ideal for horse and ponies in medium to hard work or those with very dense coats sensitive to overheating.
The Masterclip Medium 2.5mm clipping blade is suitable for all coat types and breeds of horses and pony. This blade provides a standard length of cut and is ideal for those in light to medium work. It is a good choice of blade for equines with delicate or pink skin or those who prefer to leave a longer finish than a fine blade would offer.
The Masterclip Coarse blade is a robust blade that will easily cut through heavy, dense coats on horses, ponies, and cattle. Leaving 4mm of hair this is a good choice of blade for native breeds and equines who require coat management for health reasons.
The Masterclip Livestock blade is a multipurpose blade designed for use on sheep and cattle. The perfect choice for the smallholder and on larger farms when a traditional shearing head is not required. These blades cut to approximately 4mm and are ideal for dagging sheep and occasional shearing of small flocks. These blades are also the recommended choice for clipping the backs of winter stall cattle and cattle tails. They are an easy-to-use blade and thanks to the greater number of teeth are gentler on the animal than the more open toothed blades on standard shearing clippers.