UNITS 3 & 4 BRUNEL WAY
STROUDWATER BUSINESS PARK
GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL10 3SX
Power Source: Lithium Ion Battery
Run Time: 130 minutes
Charge Time: 130 minutes
Motor Speed: 2500rpm
Motor Type: Brushless Motor
Drive Unit: 45W Motor
Power Source: Mains
Grip Diameter: 50mm
An overview of our blade range, discussing the difference between our blades and which you need for your horse.
Discover which clipper you need by watching our Lister Clipper Range video.
How to grind your Combs and Cutters with Sir David Fagan.
Learn how to Clean, Tension, and Oil your Lister Fusion Clipper in under a minute.
The Adelar Pro is easy to clean with it's click off blades, the trimmer also comes with a brush to help clean after use.
We’ve scoured the internet and created the ULTIMATE gift guide jam-packed with all the must-haves for equestrians this Christmas! From grooming essentials to fresh out-the-door products, we’ve got you covered!
As we now power through into clipping season, many horse owners are faced with the troubling question of whether we should sedate a horse to be clipped. While many horses are accustomed to being clipped, some can become nervous and fearful from either a previous negative experience or just general uncertainty. To manage such horses, sedation is sometimes considered. But is this a good idea? In this blog we discuss the pros and cons of sedating a horse for clipping.
The UK’s biggest and best equestrian shopping event of the year is back at Stoneleigh Park. Featuring over 300 equine stands, with live demos and talk from some of the best in the industry, this year’s Your Horse Live is certainly not one to miss!
As winter comes around, many equestrians are probably starting to doubt their life choice of having horses, but don't worry, there's SO much to look forward to this winter... Get involved and join some of the biggest equine events in the UK calendar!
When it comes to clipping, you may think one blade or clipper fits all, but this is far from the case! The blade and clipper you choose can vary depending on your horse's breeding, workload, coat type, and coat condition. This blog explores our blade range, making recommendations for what gear is suited to your horse.