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BaBylissPro FX Clipper Blade Guide 2020

BaBylissPro FX Clipper Blade Guide 2020

Posted by Lincoln Thomas on 25th Jul 2020

BaBylissPro Clipper Blade Types

Blade Technology


PVD (physical vapor deposition) coating, also known as thin-film coating, is a process in which a solid material is vaporized in a vacuum and deposited onto the surface of a part. These coatings are not simply metal layers though. Instead, compound materials are deposited atom by atom, forming a thin, bonded, metal or metal-ceramic surface layer that greatly improves the appearance, durability, and/or function of a part or product

Clipper Blades

All Clipper blades are interchangeable. Available as:

109416 – FX802G              BarberCo order code 162-701

109417 – FX803B              BarberCo order code 162-702

109418 – FX801R              BarberCo order code 162-703

109445 – FX8010B            BarberCo order code 162-706

109419 – FX8010               BarberCo order code 162-710

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109416 Blade

Is supplied standard on the Red and White Influencer Clippers and the Gold FX Clipper

* DLC & Titanium coated Taper blade.

* DLC is an acronym for diamond-like carbon. DLC has some of the valuable properties of diamond, including: high hardness, low friction, resistance to wear, no chemical reactions.

* DLC is harder than natural diamond and slicker than "Teflon.“

* DLC coating protects moving parts from abrasion maintaining smooth movement much longer than uncoated parts.

* Nickel Titanium is used to harden and protect cutting and sliding surfaces, corrosion resistant & durable.

* Traditional taper blade.

* Bevelled edge.

* Great for soft fades and blending out.

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109417 Blade

Is supplied standard on the Black Influencer Clipper

* Black Graphite PVD Coated blade

* Dry lubricant for friction free blade glide, corrosion resistant & durable.

* PVD (physical vapor deposition) coating, also known as thin-film coating, is a process in which a solid material is vaporized in a vacuum and deposited onto the surface of a part. These coatings are not simply metal layers though. Instead, compound materials are deposited atom by atom, forming a thin, bonded, metal or metal-ceramic surface layer that greatly improves the appearance, durability, and/or function of a part or product.

* Fade Blade

* Great for sharp edges

* Effortless fades

* Flatter back of the blades allows for closer fades.

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109418 Blade

Is supplied standard on the Lithium Rose Gold FX and Silver FX Clippers

* Stainless Steel High Carbon

* High Carbon Stainless Steel is very hard, which makes them good at resisting abrasion and retaining shape. They can withstand significant force.

* Carbon Stainless steel has a higher carbon content, which gives the steel a lower melting point, more malleability and durability, and better heat distribution.

* Traditional taper blade.

* Bevelled edge.

* Great for soft fades and blending out.

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109445 Blade

Black Graphite PVD Coating Fade Blade

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109419 Blade

High Carbon Stainless Steel Fade Blade

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