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Remington Shortcut Clipper Pro Haircut Kit - JCPenny - $40

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The Remington Shortcut Clipper Pro Haircut Kit

Turn your haircut into a DIY project! The Remington Shortcut Clipper Pro Haircut Kit has everything you need for a quality haircut at home. The ergonomic design fits comfortably in your hand and the curved blade works with the natural shape of your head so self-haircuts are comfortable and precise. Lithium power provides up to 40 minutes of cordless runtime, and corded/cordless function ensures you have enough power to finish what you started.

Ergonomic design
9 length combs
Stainless steel blades
Curved blade design
Lithium power
Cord/cordless
Washable
Storage pouch
4.5 volts
9.25 x 6.75 x 4.125"
1.2 lbs.
Set Includes: Instructions
Features: Electric
Base Material: 100% Metal
Care: Wipe Clean
Country of Origin: Imported

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Still waiting for the $30 price it was late 2018.
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This looks the same and has the same specs for $37 (maybe a rebadge?)https://smile.amazon.com/Shortcut...B07KM4S1HZ
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The walmart edition of this is $21 in store if they are in stock around you. I show some stores around me still have some in stock. The difference being the Walmart one has fewer guides with it according to the previous front page deal.

Brickseek: https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=269972577

Previous FP deal: https://slickdeals.net/f/11837279-remington-selfcut-pro-self-haircut-kit-hc4240-20-41-w-free-ship-to-store-wal-mart
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I have this and it works great. I'm not sure how much better it is than a normal clipper but I like the wide cutting 'blade' and the fact that it's cordless. I strongly suggest males learn to cut their own hair. Very simple and can make it look good after some practice. I use this in combination with scissors so I'm not doing a straight buzz.
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The wide curve is nice if you're doing the same length for your whole head but keep in mind the blades cut in a crescent shape so you're not cutting any straight lines. I use it to cut my son's hair down to 15mm then use a beard trimmer to fade
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I have this and it works great. I'm not sure how much better it is than a normal clipper but I like the wide cutting 'blade' and the fact that it's cordless. I strongly suggest males learn to cut their own hair. Very simple and can make it look good after some practice. I use this in combination with scissors so I'm not doing a straight buzz.
I just do a #2. I have to have my wife get the back of my neck but that's easy enough. Sure beats the hassle and expense of a barber every few weeks.
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Wife doesn't like it to cut hair - need curvy head
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Bought this hair trimmer on January of 2018 when it was $30 from Amazon, as an impulse buy (thanks slickdeals). I havn't been into the barber to get my hair cut since. This trimmer has been great for me even though I had no experience cutting hair prior. It was easy to use and I never had a cut that looked bad but does take some practice. Even gotten a few complements on the cuts.

I recommend this to anyone who keeps their hair short < 12 - 15mm. Save yourself a lot of money and trips to the barber.
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I have this and it works great. I'm not sure how much better it is than a normal clipper but I like the wide cutting 'blade' and the fact that it's cordless. I strongly suggest males learn to cut their own hair. Very simple and can make it look good after some practice. I use this in combination with scissors so I'm not doing a straight buzz.
i've used tons of regular clippers before I got this and this outperforms them easily. Been cutting my own hair for 15 years and this has made it easier and quicker even for me. Only thing I prefer is using the philips one blade to do behind the ear and back of the neck touch ups.
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Still waiting for the $30 price it was late 2018.
Will buy a spare when it drops to that. Already save me tons.
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good product, bad price
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The walmart edition of this is $21 in store if they are in stock around you. I show some stores around me still have some in stock. The difference being the Walmart one has fewer guides with it according to the previous front page deal.

Brickseek: https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=269972577

Previous FP deal: https://slickdeals.net/f/11837279-remington-selfcut-pro-self-haircut-kit-hc4240-20-41-w-free-ship-to-store-wal-mart
It's the same but it's been gone like forever. I won't even bother.
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The clipper is just ok, the perks being washable and a broad cutting edge. However the motor in these is some low-torque crap. Don't even try this thing on your beard.

I'm surprised people say this outperforms other clippers... I usually end up using my cheap plug-in Wahl or a cordless Phillips when I get tired of snagged hairs.

I wouldn't deter anyone from buying it... Just don't expect it to be the be-all end-all of clippers.
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I have this and it works great. I'm not sure how much better it is than a normal clipper but I like the wide cutting 'blade' and the fact that it's cordless. I strongly suggest males learn to cut their own hair. Very simple and can make it look good after some practice. I use this in combination with scissors so I'm not doing a straight buzz.
Same here. I really like the wide blade and its very smooth cutting
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