Upper plate: 24 teeth
Lower plate: 35 teeth
Cutting depth: 3mm
Formally known as the Lia2 (Standard horse blade) this is now packaged as the LC A2 blade
Whilst strictly a horse blade for standard winter clipping it is a touch finer than the pure “hunter” clip. By far the most popular blade for winter clipping of horses on Liscop and other suitable machines.
Clipping into the hair and with a slight upward angle of the clipper head, this blade will leave around 3mm of uncut hair.
IMPORTANT CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Liscop blades formally packaged as “Lia2, Lia22, Lia6, and Lia” fit clippers where the head mechanism has a traditional “tension nut, spring and bolt, to secure the blades to the clipper head.
They are suitable for the following clippers:
LISCOP 1100-1- TD
LISCOP 1300-2- TD
LIVERYMAN ARENA BLUE 130C
LIVERYMAN ARENA PLUS
LIVERYMAN ARENA “GALAXY” versions.
LIVERYMAN MUSTANG “GALAXY” version
These blades will NOT fit the following AESCULAP/HEINIGER/LISCOP/LIVERYMAN/STEWART OSTER & WOLSELY machines.
AESCULAP SE Models
AESCULAP GT804/806/GT814/816 CL models
HEINIGER “12 volt”
LISCOP 1300 TD Power Clip.
LISCOP EQUI-CLIP 1400-3-TD
LISCOP EQUI-CLIP 1400-4-TD “SCARLET”
LISCOP EQUI-CLIP 1400-10 “CUTLI
LISCOP EQUI-CLIP AKKU-1600
LIVERYMAN “RED ROCKET”
STEWART OSTER “CLIPMASTER”
The clipper head of these machines are a different style, with the lower blade secured by two screw in type nuts. These machines all require the following any of the following blades: Liscop LC102/LC122/253/LC106 and A107 coarse and extra coarse.
Liscop Lia2, Lia6, Lia22 and Lia7 blades will fit certain Wolseley Clippers (as listed above.) and Wolseley blades will fit certain Liscop machines – again as listed, this is machines where the head mechanism has a traditional “tension nut, spring and bolt, to secure the blades to the clipper head. They will NOT fit the newer model LISCOP/LIVERYMAN & WOLSELY machines as listed above, where head is different and the lower blade is secured by two screw in type nuts.
“Liveryman” blades are the same as Liscop. Liveryman is a brand name, and invariably involves a Liscop machine.
It is advisable to keep blades as “married couples for sharpening purposes.” Don’t mix makes of cutters and combs.