Oster® KAZU 6.5" 14-Tooth Blender
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This unique design provides the groomer with the perfect harmony of high-end performance shears at an affordable price. See More...
The Oster® KAZU 6.5" 14-Tooth Blender is perfect for blending over small and short legged breeds. This 14 tooth configuration is used like a shear as it softens hard shear lines on the outer coat. Features a zinc alloy handle for feather weight control, combined with the highest quality Japanese 440C stainless steel to create the perfect shear to satisfy the needs of the most demanding groomer.
- Forged from Japanese 440C stainless steel allows the blade to stay sharper, longer
- Light-weight zinc alloy handle helps reduce hand and wrist fatigue
- Tempered to the optimum 59-60 Rockwell Hardness Rating
- Split screw permanently secures handle to the full tang for optimal cutting
- 2 sets of finger inserts are included
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Oster® KAZU 6.5" 14-Tooth Blender is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tiff from Nice aggressive blender I feel like calling this a finishing/blending shear is misleading. These are very aggressive shears. They are wonderful for doing quick outlines and feathers and clearing Shih Tzu stops. Great for Terriers. Stay away from thin, wispy coats with these because you can quickly leave a hole. They are a bit heavier than I expected and the cutting action could be smoother. But for the money they are great shears.
Date published: 2012-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shelley from Love them! I love these shears! I have the 26 tooth version and I use them everyday but sometimes they are too big for say, faces. Well, the 14 tooth Kazu's are PERFECT for faces as well as shorter legged dogs or in any tighter areas. I want to buy the whole Kazu line asap!!
Date published: 2013-03-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kristen from Bulk thinning these are more bulk thinners than blending shears. Two clips and it can leave a hole so just be careful. Good for thick coats though.
Date published: 2015-05-10