Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) The basic question is: do these clippers work to cut hair? Yes, they do, and work well for this task. They are lightweight, inexpensive and easy to handle. But, there are a few negative points with these clippers: -The rechargeable battery inside is not replaceable. The instructions for the clippers instruct you how to take the clipper apart, remove the battery and properly dispose of it.
Not a bad pair of clippers, has some nice features but not perfect
Cute Chihuahua, Amazon
14 August 2010
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) These clippers are lightweight but I wouldn't consider them cheaply made. I cut my own hair and have used many different hair clippers over the years. These clippers aren't perfect but they have some nice features about them that I really like. A few things that I like about them... 1. These clippers cut really well on hair that is less than 1 inch long. 2.
Celeste "Vodka, Apple Pucker & Sweet 'n' Sour", Amazon
8 August 2010
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) These clippers don't feel very sturdy, but they do a decent job. I really like the single, adjustable length guard. While it will render the clippers totally useless when it eventually breaks, for now it's nice to now have to keep track of several different guards. The guards do a good job at giving an even shave, although without the guard, they don't give quite as close a shave as I would like to see.
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) I get a #3 haircut every 4-6 weeks so figured I would try this out. So far I am not impressed. Charge claims 30 minutes but it was starting to bog down after 15. I did charge as directed for the first time as well. You can plug it in directly but that kinda defeats the whole cordless design. It really starts to struggle with longer hair. Maybe this would work better if I used it every 2 weeks.
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) I have a miniature schnauzer which means I spend a lot of money at the groomer every year. I recently have started to learn how to groom this breed myself to (a) save some money, (b) save a lot of time in the car taking the dog two counties away every six weeks and (c) to prove to myself that I can groom a dog which is an art which has been completely mysterious to me.
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) My husband shaves his head once a week, on average, at the shortest clipper setting he can find. (He'd love to shave it bald, but that isn't as easy as using the shortest clipper setting.) I picked this up for him thinking that when he goes on business travel he would be able to keep himself easily and comfortably groomed. It feels out of the package like a toy. Very lightweight, very flimsy.
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) I bought this for my husband, since he cuts his own hair. The product is very lightweight, but still powerful. There are the usual length settings, from 1/8" to 1", but you don't have to switch any parts, since everything is attached to the main unit. Cleanup is easy; a small brush is included.
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) This review is a compilation of answers from questions I asked my beau after he had experimented with the Norelco. He has thick, curly, African American hair. That may or may not matter, but I figure I should mention his hair type. At first feel, the weight makes the Norelco seem cheap. It's very light in the handle and heavier at the blade.