Chewy has them much cheaper however a groomer friend of mine said they pull and cut a lot of the top coat as well and on top of being uncomfortable can leave your dogs coat looking ugly. She said that itll make a pile of hair as big as you want but it's not just undercoat. I wanted one too but she recommended a 3 step process of an undercoat rake, slicker brush, and nylon brush. It seems to get a lot of his dead undercoat out and he actually enjoys it I think. Just food for thought.
I bought another brand recently on Amazon for 14.97. I've only had it a few days, but it seems to work well. Not sure about the damage @thegooseman90 mentioned...probably haven't had it long enough. But it sure does remove hair!
It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog. Mark Twain
I use a simple rake, too. Then a pin brush for the top coat and sometimes a simple plastic comb that we would use on ourselves. It actually does a good job of getting much of the loose hair off of my dogs, both long coat and short.
I use a similar process with the paws pamper undercoat rake specifically to remove the undercoat and a slicker brush for the topcoat. I think go over it all with a greyhound comb and blowdryer to remove any flyaways.
wow, that is so crazy, the difference in price. I tell ya, when it comes to healthy food, pet supplies, healthcare, and baby supplies, they show no mercy! Go figure they're all the most important things.