Liscop LC A7 Blade
Cutter: 19 teeth
Cutting depth: 3mm
Formally known as the Lia7 (Coarse cattle blade) this is now packaged as the LC A 7 blade
Whilst strictly a coarse blade set for dirty cattle, the Li-A 7s blade is often popular with horse owners for a coarser coated clip and is considered very good on many leg "feathers."
Clipping into the hair and with a slight upward angle of the clipper head, this blade with leave around 3 mm of uncut hair.
Cattle owners find the blade good for clipping out the backs of cattle in late autumn before yarding or winter housing.
Those who want a longer length of hair on horse's "feathers" should use a barber's comb and comb out the hair before clipping across the comb blade.
IMPORTANT CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Liscop blades Lia2, Lia22, Lia6, and Lia7 fit clippers where the head mechanism has a traditional "tension nut, spring and bolt, to secure the blades to the clipper head.
They are suitable for the following clippers:
LISCOP 1100-1- TD
LISCOP 1300-2- TD
LIVERYMAN ARENA BLUE 130C
LIVERYMAN ARENA PLUS
LIVERYMAN ARENA "GALAXY" versions.
LIVERYMAN MUSTANG "GALAXY" version
These blades will NOT fit the following AESCULAP/HEINIGER/LISCOP/
LIVERYMAN/STEWART OSTER & WOLSELY machines.
AESCULAP SE Models
AESCULAP GT804/806/GT814/816 CL models
HEINIGER "12 volt"
LISCOP 1300 TD Power Clip.
LISCOP EQUI-CLIP 1400-3-TD
LISCOP EQUI-CLIP 1400-4-TD "SCARLET"
LISCOP EQUI-CLIP 1400-10 "CUTLI
LISCOP EQUI-CLIP AKKU-1600
LIVERYMAN "RED ROCKET"
STEWART OSTER "CLIPMASTER"
The clipper head of these machines are a different style, with the lower blade secured by two screw in type nuts. These machines all require the following any of the following blades: Liscop LC102/LC122/253/LC106 and A107 coarse and extra coarse.
Liscop Lia2, Lia6, Lia22 and Lia7 blades will fit certain Wolseley Clippers (as listed above.) and Wolseley blades will fit certain Liscop machines - again as listed, this is machines where the head mechanism has a traditional "tension nut, spring and bolt, to secure the blades to the clipper head. They will NOT fit the newer model LISCOP/LIVERYMAN & WOLSELY machines as listed above, where head is different and the lower blade is secured by two screw in type nuts.
"Liveryman" blades are the same as Liscop. Liveryman is a brand name, and invariably involves a Liscop machine.
It is advisable to keep blades as "married couples for sharpening purposes." Don't mix makes of cutters and combs.