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PostSubject: A good Blaster   Fri Mar 25, 2011 1:59 pm

Hi guys thinking about buying a blaster can anyone recommend a good one or ones to avoid??


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PostSubject: Re: A good Blaster   Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:16 am

they are a god send!

i have a really cheap one i think i paid £80 quid new from ebay, it works fine on my newfie and the bernards aswell however i think a few people dont think its good enough!

its a small black cylinder one with a heater aswell which i rarely use as i dont think heating a dogs coat to dry is ideal!?

i have also used a gizmo which is the other end of the market at over £500 ( maybe more) i have to say as much as i thought it was good it doesnt warrent the money.....HOWEVER the one i used is older.... more than 5 years so its been worth its money!!! i wonder if my cheaper one will last as long???

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