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Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer £1.69 @ Aldi
Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer £1.69 @ Aldi

Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer £1.69 @ Aldi

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Quick and easy removal of unwanted hair
Detachable stainless steel blade for easy cleaning
Protective cap/cleaning brush included

15 Comments

Good deal for those who can plat their nose hair

LW

Original Poster

make a good stocking filler for the grandads out there!

Thanks my nose and ear hair is way out of control!

cold im afraid, these are £1 in magical Poundland!

useful stuff

Is this contraption better than tweezers?

I have found it hard to find a nose hair trimmer that actually lasts longer than a few months at most. They tend to stop working completely. Good for the price tho. But Ive now got a philips one and it has been good for a while now...(will probably break tomorrow now Ive said it!).

Waldolf

Is this contraption better than tweezers?



Probably less painful!!!

If you need one of these then just wait till the 25th of December as your loved ones will have noticed your excess hair coming out of every orifice and will have bought you one.

Babbler

I have found it hard to find a nose hair trimmer that actually lasts … I have found it hard to find a nose hair trimmer that actually lasts longer than a few months at most. They tend to stop working completely. Good for the price tho. But Ive now got a philips one and it has been good for a while now...(will probably break tomorrow now Ive said it!).



Clearly there Q.A on nose hair trimmers is better than on their T.V's if its lasted that long. I remember when they were a good company ! . I wouldn't buy anthing they make anymore especially if it envolved putting it up an orifice LOL oO

Edited by: "niceblokedave" 19th Sep 2010

Babbler

I have found it hard to find a nose hair trimmer that actually lasts … I have found it hard to find a nose hair trimmer that actually lasts longer than a few months at most. They tend to stop working completely. Good for the price tho. But Ive now got a philips one and it has been good for a while now...(will probably break tomorrow now Ive said it!).



I've had a Remington one for 5+ years with ceramic bits and sharpens itself, it still works great. Cost about a tenner though back then.

ear we go......everytime same pickky coments..let's just stop splitting hairs and agree that only some have a nose for hotdeals!!!

sowotsdis

ear we go......everytime same pickky coments..let's just stop splitting … ear we go......everytime same pickky coments..let's just stop splitting hairs and agree that only some have a nose for hotdeals!!!



a +1 and a slap for you good sir!

This any good for my pubes?!

mat297

cold im afraid, these are £1 in magical Poundland!



Don't forget the three year warranty from Aldi though! I'd like to see the reaction from an Aldi-ite if you tried to return one of these in 35 months for repair.
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