Manufacturer: WOLSELEY of the UK
Type: Mains light duty
Voltage rating: 220/240v
Wattage: 90 watts
Noise level rating: Peasridge 3+
Weight (with blade fitted): 1.2 Kgs
Length (with blade fitted) 12-inches/30.5cm
Cutting speeds ONE 2000 scm
Casing colour: Black
Blade tensioning required: Yes
Cable length: Average 4m
Guarantee period: Two years.
Electrical ratings CE rated
The following items are what you get with your purchase:
Hard carry case/clipper with lead and 3-pin UK plug/standard A2 blade set/oil/brush/instruction manual
Peasridge Star rating: FIVE
Peasridge Score rating: 90%%
The Wolseley Swift MK III it has an impeccable track record for work and reliability. In service with many horse owners.
Sound – solid, with a proven track record from the original model, but sadly allowed to become out dated!
Produced by Wolseley who has a well-established reputation for really good engineering.
Some minor attemps have been made to introduce upgrades including a reinforced nylon head aids the reduction of the overall body weight and assists in lowering the general noise level produced by the motor. The lastest innovation being an engraved tension nut to aid tensioning of the blades. The machine is fitted with a safety strap, and has a thermal overload cut out switch for added safety. The air-cooled motor and ventilated head ensures cool running and prolonged life.
WOLSELEY BLADE RANGE
A2 – 2mm – horse/cattle – Standard blade
A2F – 1mm – cattle – Fine blade
A6 – 6mm – cattle/horses – Coarse blade
A7 – 7mm – horse/cattle – Ex coarse blade
Plucking blade -10mm – Show cattle/horses legs
USE OF OTHER BLADES
This clipper also takes blades from the Liscop and Liveryman blade range.
(As there are two types of Liscop blades make sure those selected are suitable)
Whilst we make every effort to update details when received from manufacturer’s the actual goods delivered may deviate from the information given or images as supplied on this web page as a result of special versions, utilization or additional ordering options, or as a result of latest technical upgrades.
UPDATED: April 2015