Remington Washable High Precision Nanosilver Titanium Grooming Kit - £13.99 (Was £27.98) @ Argos !! - HotUKDeals
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-Titanium and nanosilver coated blade for excellent cutting performance with less allergic reactions Vs Remington steel blades.
-4 interchangeable grooming heads:
-Wide trimmer for neck lines.
-Narrow trimmer for accurate shaping and styling of neck lines, sideburns.
-Mini foil shaver.
-Nose, ear and eyebrow hair trimmer.
-2 reversible attachment combs (3 to 12mm) for trimming and shaping of beards.
-Rechargeable with charging indicator light.
-Up to 40 mins of cordless use.
-Charging stand.
-Moustache and beard comb.
-Cleaning brush and protective cap for shaver head.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/62-4427957SPA67UC334511X.jpg
#2
Looks pretty good!
#3
Nice! thanks.
#4
sorry for the ignorance but is the main component actuallt hair clippers as it doesnt really say clearly:? but if so wot a bargain,,,,heat added
#5
Thanks, item reserved :thumbsup:
voted hot
banned#6
bought one from Amazon 20 quid delivered a while back.

looks good but its rubbish to use.
#7
Jerry786
bought one from Amazon 20 quid delivered a while back.

looks good but its rubbish to use.


Thanks for this. I'm looking to replace my existing (rubbish) one and was tempted by this. Anyone know of a good one?
#8
I've been shaving my own head for ~12 years. I've had a few different clippers and I won't be buying Remington again, useless. Get Wahl instead.
#9
Jerry786
bought one from Amazon 20 quid delivered a while back.

looks good but its rubbish to use.


Cheers mate... I was going to buy this then until I read your feedback on the item :thumbsup:

Thats why i love this website... cos people suggest good deals and then people let you know what the item is really like after they have test drove it..

cheers :)
Paddy
#10
Jerry786
bought one from Amazon 20 quid delivered a while back.

looks good but its rubbish to use.


How is it rubbish to use? For £14 i'm tempted, heat added.
#11
Nemeus
I've been shaving my own head for ~12 years. I've had a few different clippers and I won't be buying Remington again, useless. Get Wahl instead.

Indeed, I decided against these and went for a 17.99 Wahl set instead. I'm glad I did, as it is a fantastic set, slightly larger than most clippers at this price range and cut through my thick hair like it wasn't there, no pulling, snagging or any other nasty business.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4424675/Trail/searchtext%3EWAHL.htm<---Shows what I bought, for £4 more I suggest people get that instead.
#12
Hi can anyone recommend a good trimmer that trims close to the skin without the attachments?

Cheers.
#13
great price, but seriously dreadfull to use!
#14
team_a
Hi can anyone recommend a good trimmer that trims close to the skin without the attachments?


Same here - I'm looking for hair clippers that can cut to less than 1mm (as close as possible really, without being a "shave"). I don't use any heads/combs on my clippers.

Do these fit the bill, or can anyone suggest any alternatives?
#15
I only use Wahl for my boys
#16
#17
I believe that this item is a beard trimmer not hair clippers. i bought one a few years ago and i think it is brilliant. The widest attachment is only about an inch and a half wide so it isn't really suitable for trimming hair.
#18
Personally I've never owned any rechargable clippers, but from the reviews I've read about various models they are best avoided. Rechargable facial shavers are fine but when it comes to hair clippers I would strongly recommend that you stick with mains supplied ones.
#19
iclad
I believe that this item is a beard trimmer not hair clippers. i bought one a few years ago and i think it is brilliant. The widest attachment is only about an inch and a half wide so it isn't really suitable for trimming hair.


This is correct its not really meant for your head, Ive had mine a while and it does a very good job as a trimmer.
#20
Leigh
Same here - I'm looking for hair clippers that can cut to less than 1mm (as close as possible really, without being a "shave"). I don't use any heads/combs on my clippers.

Do these fit the bill, or can anyone suggest any alternatives?


i use this......

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Babyliss-Men-I-Trim-Stubble-Trimmer/dp/B000UL5ZA4

got it for 24.99 from boots!!!
#21
Nemeus;3384392
I've been shaving my own head for ~12 years. I've had a few different clippers and I won't be buying Remington again, useless. Get Wahl instead.


Agree totally, even the cheapest Wahl models are better than the more sophisticated Remington one I was bought as a present.
Most things go straight through my thinning strands, but when used for someone who has thick strong hair, only the Wahl battles through!
#22
This product is also the same price on Amazon now and qualifies for free super saver delivery

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000T1MRFG/

Might be useful for those with NUS Extra cards.
#23
iclad
I believe that this item is a beard trimmer not hair clippers. i bought one a few years ago and i think it is brilliant. The widest attachment is only about an inch and a half wide so it isn't really suitable for trimming hair.


Totally agree.. Ive had this set for about a year and is great for those lazy days when I cant be bothered to have a wet shave..
#24
theses clippers aren't meant for head hair....its just for body hair i would assume
#25
Stop It
Indeed, I decided against these and went for a 17.99 Wahl set instead. I'm glad I did, as it is a fantastic set, slightly larger than most clippers at this price range and cut through my thick hair like it wasn't there, no pulling, snagging or any other nasty business.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4424675/Trail/searchtext%3EWAHL.htm<---Shows what I bought, for £4 more I suggest people get that instead.




is not the one you pointed out for shaving the head? This is a BEARD trimmer

i have tried a remmington one in the past but it was a model meant for women which i found very good to use and cut what seem to be even shorter than any of the others (they all usually claim about 1mm short without the attachment) Problem was both sets never lasted more than 1 year as the blades went blunt.

I really want the shortest trim ever without going for that 'rubbish' babyliss one (0.5 mm)
So anyone know how this fares without the attachments? does it trim very short? or any alternatives?

thanks
#26
Looks like Wahl are coming out best then. Thanks for the recommendations :thumbsup:
#27
From someone who was called mophead all through school.. Wahl's the only way to go!
#28
Stop It;3384726
Indeed, I decided against these and went for a 17.99 Wahl set instead. I'm glad I did, as it is a fantastic set, slightly larger than most clippers at this price range and cut through my thick hair like it wasn't there, no pulling, snagging or any other nasty business.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4424675/Trail/searchtext%3EWAHL.htm<---Shows what I bought, for £4 more I suggest people get that instead.


Doesn't look much like a beard trimmer to me.
#29
newskiller
Doesn't look much like a beard trimmer to me.


:w00t: you have a point there...
banned#30
Stop It
Indeed, I decided against these and went for a 17.99 Wahl set instead. I'm glad I did, as it is a fantastic set, slightly larger than most clippers at this price range and cut through my thick hair like it wasn't there, no pulling, snagging or any other nasty business.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4424675/Trail/searchtext%3EWAHL.htm<---Shows what I bought, for £4 more I suggest people get that instead.


Mate thats a hair clipper and THIS is a beard trimmer. " completely different products. Ur just confusing people.
banned#31
team_a
Hi can anyone recommend a good trimmer that trims close to the skin without the attachments?

Cheers.


Look for a head whose blades are very close together or not so wide apart. They give the closest trim. I myself use a wahl one that im very impressed with.
banned#32
widstyle


So you use a beard trimmer as a hair clipper? :thinking: Cool
banned#33
fast_asleep
is not the one you pointed out for shaving the head? This is a BEARD trimmer

i have tried a remmington one in the past but it was a model meant for women which i found very good to use and cut what seem to be even shorter than any of the others (they all usually claim about 1mm short without the attachment) Problem was both sets never lasted more than 1 year as the blades went blunt.

I really want the shortest trim ever without going for that 'rubbish' babyliss one (0.5 mm)
So anyone know how this fares without the attachments? does it trim very short? or any alternatives?

thanks



Mate why do you deem the babyliss itrim to be 'rubbish'? I was thnking of going for that. Most beard trimmer claim 3mm-15mm but itrim is among the only one that claims 0.5mm.
#35
Thanks op :thumbsup: reserved mine!
This a beard trimmer not a hair cutter, so naturally it will struggle to cut hair as some members already mentioned. Some close up of the attachments:
http://g-images.amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-kitchen/shops/remington/PG400_04.jpghttp://g-images.amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-kitchen/shops/remington/PG400_03.jpghttp://g-images.amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-kitchen/shops/remington/PG400_01.jpg
banned#36
Hi Guys,

Just wondering if anyone of you would recommend either one of the following:

Remington DLC Beard Trimmer
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/62-4428729A68UC409838X.jpg

Or

Philips QC5055/80 Power Hair Clipper
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41GJi0GicVL._SS400_.jpg

Thanks!
#37
Bought one of these today, for my beard and bits (:o) and think it's great! Had a few others over the years, this is the best by far.

Doubt it would do anything other than short head hair but don't think it's for that.

I use a Wahl mains one for my hair but this is so much more usable.

Well worth £13'ish
#38
My hubby's got one of these. They're great!
#39
One thing I don't get, people are slating cordless clippers because they don't hold their charge but.... you can just plug them in.
If you need to use them for an extended period leave them plugged in and then you can take them off the cord if you need to.
#40
iceblue15;3515958
One thing I don't get, people are slating cordless clippers because they don't hold their charge but.... you can just plug them in.
If you need to use them for an extended period leave them plugged in and then you can take them off the cord if you need to.


Some will work that way, some won't :-(
The Remington cordless ones I had would not work that way, one reason they ended up in the bin!

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