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Philips Half Price Rechargeable (Ni-MH) Hair Clippers QC5570 £29.99 @ Argos
Philips Half Price Rechargeable (Ni-MH) Hair Clippers QC5570 £29.99 @ Argos

Philips Half Price Rechargeable (Ni-MH) Hair Clippers QC5570 £29.99 @ Argos

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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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same on amazon

amazon.co.uk/gp/…W7C?cache=e0932ddc8d24f1afe6914494cf52196aπ=SY200_QL40&qid=1405708565&sr=8-1#ref=mp_s_a_1_1

Great hair clipper at a great price. I bought this model 6 months ago and can highly recommend it at this price point.

Original Poster

I hadn't realised they had been around for 3 years or so but here's a video review... youtube.com/wat…oNk

saved myself a fortune since buying one,the barber only did the same thing and charged me £10!

I 100% recommend these clippers

Banned

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.
philips.co.uk/c-p…ons
NiMh, not Lithium. This should be expired for misinformation.
Edited by: "bruceboy" 18th Jul 2014

Original Poster

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?


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

cburns

Barbers = £10 Perhaps this model but not certain, having to recharge … Barbers = £10 Perhaps this model but not certain, having to recharge after every cut = small cost and a bit of inconvience = WINNERGreat 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

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

busterdan

Expired for misinformation... for real?...perhaps edited would be more … 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.

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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