Philips HeadGroom QC5570/13 Do It Yourself Hair Clipper £24.00 @ Tesco Direct
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Philips HeadGroom QC5570/13 Do It Yourself Hair Clipper £24.00 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 9th Jun 2015
I posted earlier but I am posting again of price
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Experience ultimate flexibility in self-hairdressing with the Philips QC5570 DIY clipper. Achieve 100% reach with the 180° rotating head, allowing you to clip hard-to-reach areas.

A precision trimmer attachment makes finishing and trimming sideburns simple, and with a wide range of length settings from 0.5 to 15mm you can cut any look you want. Speed and comfort is ensured with the contour-following combs, and the skin-friendly blades leading to less irritation. The blades are self-sha...

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Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 9th Jun 2015

I have some similar to these. They're are regular clippers, and I turn my hand Still good price if you're after these.

still got the old model, battery lasts as long as it did on day 1, can't recommend enough

will buy this model immediately if mine ever dies

All the videos I found reviewing this product and testing it out end up cutting their hair real short... Isn't this suitable for cuts medium/long on top?

Managed to get one for £6 with the discount code and clubcard boost. Always had a great experience with Philips electric shavers so hopefully this will be the same. That said, I did have a hair cutting kit from babylis a couple years ago I didn't get on with at all but that was different to this, was like a dome you move over your head with the blades inside of it, the unit itself didn't rotate like it seems this one does(?)

Anyway, really hope this Philips one is nice and easy to use as I really like the idea of being able to cut my hair any time I like without having to go to the barbers each time plus it could save a fortune over time....

I have a similar Philips model, but the guide broke and they don't do spares. I really liked it until that point.
Bought a professional Whal model in December with Li-ion battery and it is still going on its first charge after being used once a week.

Very good price- have had mine for a year plus and still going very strong.
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