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Philips Hair Clipper Series 9000 HC9420/15 $85 (Was $129) Delivered @ Amazon AU


Philips Hair Clipper Series 9000, Motorized Combs, 60 Length Settings, Li-Ion battery, 60min/120 Charge/Run time, 100% Waterproof, Travel Case, HC9420/15

About this item:

  • CONTROL BUTTONS: The intuitive user interface gives you precisefeedback on the selected length; Use thebuttons to easily select and lock-in more than 60 length settings
  • ULTIMATE PRECISION: Easy to select and lock-in 60 length settings: 0.5 to 42mm and Adjustable hair combs for the best clipping results
  • PERFORMANCE: Self-sharpening metal blades, motorized Combs for easy length selection and Auto Turbo to boost cutting speed
  • MOTORIZED COMBS: The motor powered length setting system easily selects and locks in the preferred length; The motor powers the comb and allows selecting between lengths with a precision of up to 0.2mm
  • POWERFUL CORDLESS USE: Use the clipper cordless for maximum power and freedom; Its powerful Lithium-Ion battery provides up to 120 minutes of cordless power after 1 hour of charging; Can be used corded and cordless
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  • +1

    Be careful with the "100% waterproof" in the title, as Phillips only advertises cleaning via removing the blades. Amazon being a bit cheeky here.

    That's an indicator I didn't check on my Wahl, which cacked it as I ran the whole thing under water, when you're only supposed to remove and wash the blades AND they have to be dry when inserted back in otherwise the copper spring inside these models rusts out.


  • Can't judge on this particular model but had a similar one in the past, where you can adjust the length setting without changing the attachment and it was a pain the rear. Pressing to "hard" and hitting the adjustment button at the same time would result in very amusing hair cuts. Also once you had it adjusted "too long" it would flex fair bit.
    In my opinion/experience the ones with individual attachments for each length are the only practical option.

  • Had a model like this 3 years ago and I had to take it back twice because the thingy inside that shakes the blade is made of plastic and it brakes way too easily. Second time around I got Wahl Lithium Pro instead and it hasn't skipped a beat yet.

  • I also had one of these and threw it away. The metal head has such a small 'nipple' that it uses to engage with the motor, that it frequently would just pop off when using it. Eventually it just wouldn't stay on so into the bin it went….

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