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- Equipped with close-cutting T-Blade
- For all-around outlining and fading
- Powerful high-speed motor
- Runs cool and quiet
The Andis T-Outliner Trimmer features an extra wide "T-shaped" blade design, ideal for trimming hard to get places, beards, mustaches and edging around ears while maintaining speed, versatility and control.
The powerful magnetic motor is designed for professional styling and trimming and runs cool and quiet. Contour-shaped housing fits your hand comfortably. High-quality carbon-steel blades are specially hardened for long cutting life. Fine-cutting teeth for extremely close cutting.
Features a heavy duty 8-foot power cord with convenient hanging loop. Includes lubricating oil.
For a closer, more precise cut, clip against the grain of the hair.
Andis T-Outliner Trimmer 8 10
Suprised me. I did a review on the Outliner II some time ago , and wasn't impressed at all at the time. I've since readjusted the blades to my pesonal liking and am now very happy with them. That being said these are variants of the same clipper with a T style blade attached. They still get hot after about five to ten minutes of use, just got to be quick when cutting. I love the T blade because it allows you to be able to get in places the square blade doesn't. These are now my favorite trimmers with the Ouliner II right behind them. April 24, 2011
Great purchase! I spent a lot of time reading reviews before deciding to purchase this trimmer for my husband. He shaves his head about every 3 days and was in need of new clippers. Well, our trainer, who also shaves his head, told him to get trimmers instead and he was right! My husband has used these about 5 times since they arrived and he raves about them each time. It's a solid little trimmer and cuts perfectly with each pass. Definately made the right choice! July 3, 2010
it's ok It get really close to the skin and cuts smooth without irritating the skin. The only con is it gets pretty hot after a couple minutes, which I find to be annoying for me and my client. I have to remember to turn it off and let it cool rather then keep the motor running. January 5, 2010