2 out of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Lazor Laube Blade Rake
Review 1 for Lazor Laube Blade Rake
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
Date:August 6, 2010
fromSan Diego, CA.
I just ordered this a week ago. It showed up quickly! My Himalayans and Newfoundland look awesome already... so much so when I had to babysit my Dads Bloodhound ( that is nothing but a fur factory) for a couple hours. I got a full grocery bag of fur, But he became a beautiful dog. He still sheds a lot, but at least for a while we can pet him without fur flying!! Dad has asked me to order him the same brush. I totally recommend this tool, partly because of the recommendation before mine that said I can get new blades, no problem. I haven't checked that out yet...
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Review 2 for Lazor Laube Blade Rake
3 of 3 found this review helpful.
Date:March 20, 2010
fromColorado Springs COlorado
Breed:Siberian Husky - Certified Service Dog
I like this de-sheding rake , MUCH better than the "FUMNINATOR"!! I havven to own both, & I can tell you that while both do an equally good job of removing the undercoat, & loose hair, the Furminator has many more issues that the Laube Rake does. The furminator, is #1. MORE expensive, #2. not adjustable to make for an EASY OVERALL groom, & lastly, if it's dropped, & the blad happens to hit the floor,( which for us groomers is a constant,) the tines WILL, & DO BEND or BREAK OFF. When this happens, It's IMPOSSIBLE to find a replacement blade. you cannot even find a replaement blade on the FURMINATORS website. you have to contact the company directly, & the price to replace a bent/ broken blade is just a few dollars less (NOT including S/H) that it cost's to buy an entire new Furminator!! The Laube is a MUCH better prouduct, as it easily adjusts to reach the hard to reach areas, without placing your body or hand into aquard, or paiful positions. The steel blades are MUCH harder, & DO NOT BEND OR BREAK as easily as the competition's does. ( The blade can & does bend, break of dropped hard enough), but if theis does happen, your able to buy & replace the blade with relitive ease. The only thing that I can complain about with this product, is that the HEAD of the RAKE offten loosens up & will ratchet to the fully open or closed position. This has happened on EVERY GROOM, I do which means that at least 7-10X per day, I need to snap off an end-cap.& tighten up the screw again. overall a moderate inconvience, (so keep the right size Phillips screwdriver handy). While thios is an inconvience, the amount of stress taken off of your body, & hands from trying to manuver a non-moving blade, is woth the inconvience!!