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Cutting head WAHL 1247-7330-S - 3.8 mm

1 052 Kč
870 Kč VAT exc.
Availability: In stock
Code: 1247-7330
Manufacturer WAHL
Professional all-metal Wahl cutting head with a cutting height of 3.8 mm. Made in the USA. Read more

Professional cutting head WAHL 3.8 mm

  • quality all-metal cutting head
  • cutting height 3.8 mm, size # 7
  • suitable for Wahl 1247 and MOSER 1225, 1245 shears
  • US production

WAHL Professional is a North American company founded in 1919 by Lee J. Wahl, who patented the first electric hair clipper the same year. This corporation has thus become a leader in the field of professional and home hair care in its category.

In 1967, the company introduced the first wireless rechargeable machine and launched it in 1971, immediately controlling over 90% of the North American shearing machine market. In 1987, the company invented the first hair curler, and began producing various types of hair dryers. In 1996, WAHL acquires German companies producing MOSER and ERMILA shears, making it the largest manufacturer of shears in the world. The range of products has grown rapidly and the company introduces the world's first hair straightener.

In 2009, WAHL celebrates its 90th anniversary as a pioneer of professional and home hair care products.

To date, WAHL employs more than 2,200 people, sells its products in 165 countries and holds more than 100 patents in its portfolio.


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