Philips Half Price Rechargeable (Ni-MH) Hair Clippers QC5570 £29.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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I've got an older model of these same hair clippers and they are fantastic.... anyone slightly thinning like me that prefers a grade 1 all over will be lost without these clippers.

According to Argos these are half price but I haven't checked prices elsewhere. I think I also paid about £30 for mine two years ago but these are better I believe.

Description:-

Give yourself a perfectly even and precise hair cut with this Philips DIY hair clipper, enjoying complete salon-style performance in your own home. This deluxe clipper features a 180 degree rotating head for easy use, giving you total control and has rounded tips and combs for a smooth and comfortable trim, preventing skin irritation.

Washable heads.
Grades 1-5.
1hr charge time for 60 mins usage.
10min quick-charge time.
2 attachments.
For dry use.
Use it corded or cordless.
General information

Rechargeable battery powered.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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1 Like #2
Great hair clipper at a great price. I bought this model 6 months ago and can highly recommend it at this price point.
#3
I hadn't realised they had been around for 3 years or so but here's a video review... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL4QVQFnoNk
1 Like #4
saved myself a fortune since buying one,the barber only did the same thing and charged me £10!
#5
I 100% recommend these clippers
banned#6
These are not Lithium battery powered. They are now NiMh powered with a massive decrease in battery performance. I have been using these for years. Now on my third set and they are now absolutely useless. A battery charge will give about 15 minutes maximum. Previous Lithium batteries gave me several cuts before a recharge. Now need a recharge after every use. Rubbish, don't waste your money.
http://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/QC5570_13/headgroom-stainless-steel-blades-13-length-settings-60-mins-cordless-use-1-hr-charge-precision-buzz-comb/specifications
NiMh, not Lithium. This should be expired for misinformation.

Edited By: bruceboy on Jul 18, 2014 21:09: Untruth
#7
Expired for misinformation... for real?...

perhaps edited would be more appropriate... I went by what Argos said but Amazon states Ni-mh... so one is right and one is wrong.

I will check it out and edit the description... if it is Ni-mh then I guess the one I have is as well and mine is still going strong, it begs the question why have you bought so many if they are useless?
#8
Barbers = £10
Perhaps this model but not certain, having to recharge after every cut = small cost and a bit of inconvience = WINNER

Great Clippers... and yes I use the with absolutely na problems with power ;)
#9
cburns
Barbers = £10
Perhaps this model but not certain, having to recharge after every cut = small cost and a bit of inconvience = WINNER

Great Clippers... and yes I use the with absolutely na problems with power ;)
Use mine weekly, paid for themselves time and time again, and the best part is you do not have to rely on anyone to cut your hair
#10
Still using a previous model bought in 2008 for £18 !! Requires plugging in for 40 minutes or so before use, or will hold a longer charge for a week or so,but gets the job done perfectly every time. Fortunately, there's less work for it to do as the years progress ! :|
banned#11
busterdan
Expired for misinformation... for real?...

perhaps edited would be more appropriate... I went by what Argos said but Amazon states Ni-mh... so one is right and one is wrong.

I will check it out and edit the description... if it is Ni-mh then I guess the one I have is as well and mine is still going strong, it begs the question why have you bought so many if they are useless?

If you read my post, I said this present one with poorer battery is useless. Previous models were fine but do eventually become blunt due to very frequent use. I tend to replace them every couple of years to get the fresh blades.
Please do read a post before opening your mouth and letting your belly rumble.
#12
I've been cutting my own hair with a grade 1 for over 15 yrs and have been through quite a few clipppers. Wahl, Remington and had the older model of these Philips ones. The battery life was ok but I just couldn't get on with them, with the lowest setting they didn't cut short enough and without the plastic cutter guard it was too short a cut.
I now use the Silvercrest ceramic clippers from Lidl and they have been the best yet and have lasted me years with seemingly no loss of battery life or cutting sharpness.

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