Power Ryde Corded Hair Clipper Magnetic Motor Metallic Pewter
The StyleCraft Power Ryde Corded Hair Clipper has everything you need for professional cuts or at home use. This full-sized professional clipper is engineered with a long-life magnetic motor that runs at 6,500 strokes per minute, yet emits low noise and vibration for a steady cut. It can slash through coarse hair while remaining gentle enough for beards and kid's cuts.
Assembled with premium Japanese stainless steel blades that are fully adjustable and zero gap for the closest cut to enhance styles and fades. The clipper is also equipped with a floating lever to effortlessly adjust the fixed blade closer or further away from the moving blade so you can achieve the desired length with one clipper.
Sleek lines and an ergonomic, medium-weight body make for a solid fit in your hand. The included guards glide through hair smoothly and pain-free thanks to soft rounded tips that don't scratch. Magnets ensure a secure fit so you can use it with total peace of mind. Corded operation makes the run-time endless for back-to-back cuts without interruptions. A handy hook at the end is great for hanging and storage when not in use.
Created with stylists and barbers in mind, it is handsomely packaged in a liftable cover box that can also be used for storage and safe keeping.
- ColorsMetallic Pewter
2.5"L x 2"W x 6.5"H
— Warranty: Manufacturer's 1 Year
— Long-life Magnetic Motor Runs At 6,500 Strokes Per Minute With Whisper Quiet Operation
— Japanese High Quality Stainless Steel Fade Blade Is Fully Adjustable Zero Gap For The Closest Cut And Finish
— Professional 10 Ft Cord With Storage Hook On End
— Adjustable Floating Lever For Seamless Cutting Adjustment
— Stainless Steel Fade Blade
— Stainless Steel Shallow Tooth Cutter
— 5 Magnetic Guards (1/16”, 1/8”, 1/4”, 3/8”, 1/2”)
— Cleaning & Maintenance Kit
— Mini Screwdriver
Shipping AvailabilityUnited States
Shipping PolicyStandard Ground Shipping
Ship In2-3 weeks ⓘ
Return PolicyFinal sale, not eligible for return or cancellation