Blades Slide for Aesculap Favorita clippers
Slide blades with Aesculap Favorita System
The Aesculap blade system developed for dog and cat clipping.
Slide blades, which are also known as Aesculap Favorita blades, were specially developed for small animals with different hair types and are therefore also perfect for dog clipping.
The highlight of these blades is that the pressure of the blades can be optimally adjusted to the thickness of the coat by means of a knurled screw, resulting in a perfect cut.
GogiPet® also offers special titanium-coated blades for this blade system which glide even more easily through the coat, generate less heat and are quieter. These GogiPet blades are equally appreciated by groomers and private users.
For more information about the GogiPet Side blades, please click on: Blades with Aesculap Favorita System here you can also buy the blades online.
Vorteile und Nachteile von Slide Scherköpfen
- specially developed for pet hair
- Optimum cutting result
- fewer blades needed
- 100% compatible with Aesculap Favorita blades
- to maintain yourself
- can be reground more often
- needs acclimatisation period
- more complex to maintain
- compatible with fewer clippers
- Very good price-performance ratio
- available with Titanium coating*
- * less heat generation
- * more slideable
- separate blades available**
- ** quick blade exchange instead of grinding possible
Slide blades with Aesculap Favoritsystm are compatible with the following clippers, for example:
GogiPet Anubis, Aesculap Favorita II, Aesculap Favorita CL, Aesculap Favorita Speed, Aesculap Ehmann Turboline, Aesculap Libra, Aesculap Elektra II
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GogiPet blades for pet clippers
GogiPet® offer high quality dog clipper blades for the 2 most popular clipper systems. Slide blades fit dog clippers that use the Aesculap Favorita clipper head system, such as the GogiPet Anubis dog clipper. Clip or Snap On blades are compatible with most major dog clipper manufacturers and are available from GogiPet with titanium coating and ceramic blades. Click on the picture to get more detailed information about the differences. >>>>>>>>>>>>>