expired Remington Vacuum Hair Clipper @ $49 Shaver Shop

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Remington Vacuum Hair Clipper @ $49 Shaver ShopAffiliate

Saw this deal in store, also available online.

Seems like a good idea, reviews didn't seem to be too bad either.

EDIT
After a quick trim with it, works very well, no mess on the floor, a small amount on the sink, easy to clean up!

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    Not sure about how it cuts, but specification wise this is streets ahead of the Braun at Woolies that was half price for 50 bucks last year but currently sells for 65 or so. That was nimh and the battery doesn't last long, no vacuum, and the design of the comb that attaches gets clogged with hair easily. This could be good if it cuts well

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    didnt know there's such thing! a vacuum clipper.

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    it got a good review here (http://www.hairclippersclub.com/remington-hc6550-cordless-ha... ) but don't know if that was paid or not (came up on my google news feed!). Was looking at this to stop (or reduce) headaches from the Missus, but I don't know how well it will cut, and my Babyliss (same as the VS Li-Ion models) cuts as if it were a barbers pro model, so don't want to downgrade the power just for a vacuum.

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    I have it.
    It doesnt pick up everything, but it's a lot easier to clean. I highly recommend it!

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    It will not vacuum up everything, sure it will catch a fair big but you will still end up having to clean the sink or wherever you use it… Also it is big, size of a hair clipper! And yes I do own it. But I would not buy it again.

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    This is an awesome clipper. I grabbed one a couple months ago when they were also $49 & use it to trim my boys hair.

    The vacuum makes it easy as we don't have to go outside to do it.

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    Can't comment on this one but have the Phillips 7000 series vacuum trimmer. I short beard hair and trim it down to the lowest (without the comb on) and it does a great job! Picks up probably 85-90% of hairs - makes clean up a lot easier!

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    No stock in Doncaster Westfield store.

    Myer Doncaster refused to price match (regardless of stock). They said it was below cost for them and offered to sell it for $80

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    I got the product for fathers day, pretty good at cutting and collects most of the hair making clean up easier. Just don't tilt it down like I did after I finished, it all falls out.

    It cuts better than the Wahl and Phillips I owned, then again, it is new.

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    Can you use this around the pubis region?

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      You can use anything around the pubis region if you believe in yourself!

      Seriously, it may be a little unwieldy around that area. Could probably get away with it though!

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      Partner got one last year, for his birthday I think, from my Mum. Can confirm, yes, it is suitable for use in this region.

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      If you slice and dice anything it'll end up safely stored in the hair collection section courtesy of the vacuum. Silver lining :)

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    Appears to be $49 at Harvey Norman's too, unless this is different? https://www.harveynorman.com.au/hair-body-care/mens-shaving-...

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    This any good for trimming beards

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    No stock in Eastland, the Glen, Doncaster.

    Got one from Northland and I think there is one or two left there.

    Seems pretty decent quality but haven't used it yet.

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    Ok couldn't wait so I tested these out by cutting my son's hair.
    Very impressed! These are the third set of hair clippers I own now and by far the best. Blades very quiet and minimal mess compared to usual (non vacuum version).
    One comment is that it may be hard to hold if you don't have big hands as it's quite bulky compared to regular clippers.

    Highly recommend these for quick and easy home hair cuts. Will pay themselves off in 3-5 goes I reckon (depending how much you normally pay for a haircut).

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    My partner got one of these for his birthday, I think, from my Mum last year - it's a pretty good set of clippers. Goes for ages between charges, has held up well to regular use with minimum maintainence, & definitely makes cleanup a lot easier, although don't expect it to catch everything. The vacuum component's efficiency is beginning to deplete as time goes by though, but I guess that can be expected with age & use, & the clipper part doesn't show any signs of wear & tear, so that's the important thing, I reckon.

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