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Philips QC5530

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Buzzcut2, Walmart
12 March 2013
  • Summary: The clipper performed better than I expected. I gave myself a #2 buzz and it cut all hair evenly with little effort or going back over the same spot numerous times. My wife did the fine trimming around ears and collar and all worked well. I put good on quality above because I have only used it once and don't know how durable it is yet. Hopefully it will perform like the first time for a long time.
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Buzzcut2, Walmart
12 March 2013
  • Summary: The clipper performed better than I expected. I gave myself a #2 buzz and it cut all hair evenly with little effort or going back over the same spot numerous times. My wife did the fine trimming around ears and collar and all worked well. I put good on quality above because I have only used it once and don't know how durable it is yet. Hopefully it will perform like the first time for a long time.
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chuckypooh, Walmart
22 February 2013
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chuckypooh, Walmart
22 February 2013
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oak1995, Walmart
18 February 2013
  • Summary: I have always had a normal medium length hair cut. I decided to try to cut my own hair with the expectation of screwing it it up. I was successful. l botched it up by not using the attachments as instructed. Anticipating this result, I continued to my PLAN B. This time I was semi-successful to cut it to a shorter length. My biggest challenge was to taper.
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oak1995, Walmart
18 February 2013
  • Summary: I have always had a normal medium length hair cut. I decided to try to cut my own hair with the expectation of screwing it it up. I was successful. l botched it up by not using the attachments as instructed. Anticipating this result, I continued to my PLAN B. This time I was semi-successful to cut it to a shorter length. My biggest challenge was to taper.
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ScottieJames, Walmart
28 October 2012
  • Summary: I just can't imagine how much time and money I'm saving by using this clipper instead of paying for haircuts every two weeks. After charging it up, it runs for a very long time, and the jack where you plug the charger in flashes to let you know when the battery is low. If you do run it completely down, you can always plug it in and use it with the cord.
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ScottieJames, Walmart
28 October 2012
  • Summary: I just can't imagine how much time and money I'm saving by using this clipper instead of paying for haircuts every two weeks. After charging it up, it runs for a very long time, and the jack where you plug the charger in flashes to let you know when the battery is low. If you do run it completely down, you can always plug it in and use it with the cord.
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Piraha, Walmart
13 October 2012
  • Summary: I have a 20 year old clipper. I never bother to upgrade because clippers still looks the same. This one do what my old one does, and much more. First of all, you can really cut your own hair with this one. I almost brought the other one that has a fixed 90 degree handle. But to use both your left hand and right hand the same way, you need 90 degree and 270 degree angles, if you know what I mean. This one can rotate to any angle with probably 22.5 degree resolution.
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Piraha, Walmart
13 October 2012
  • Summary: I have a 20 year old clipper. I never bother to upgrade because clippers still looks the same. This one do what my old one does, and much more. First of all, you can really cut your own hair with this one. I almost brought the other one that has a fixed 90 degree handle. But to use both your left hand and right hand the same way, you need 90 degree and 270 degree angles, if you know what I mean. This one can rotate to any angle with probably 22.5 degree resolution.
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