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10-Piece Conair Simple Cut Hair Clipper Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon has 10-Piece Conair Simple Cut Hair Clipper Kit for $10 - $2 when you apply the coupon on the product page = $8. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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  • This set comes with 4 comb attachments to guide the dual voltage corded hair clipper as you cut and style for multiple lengths; Barber comb, barber scissors, blade guard, cleaning brush and oil included.

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Simply put I answered your question... I can't help it if it wasn't simplified enough for you to grasp what I was saying...

The DC motor is wire wrapped.. meaning larger, heavier, less efficient power wise, producing more heat, often more vibration.

Magnetic motor is what I stated, most likely known as brushless as seen in power tools. I explained the benefits.

As for what they are calling magnetic, I do not know.

If you want to know more, Google it rather than being an ass to someone offering you a reply and thanking them.

Above is based on electronics degree and helping build and design dental and hospital equipment that use both traditional brushed and newer brushless tech.

Have a great holiday season 😀
False, I'd suggest spending more on a better quality wired version. Last thing you want is a low battery when that thing is attached to your hair.
Either way this is not a slick deal.

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I would highly suggest spending more on a wireless one.
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What's the difference between so-called 'Magnetic' and DC Motors?
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What's the difference between so-called 'Magnetic' and DC Motors?
a magnetic motor will be smaller, lighter and more power efficient vs a DC motor that will be wire wrapped. I'm assuming that it is equal to being what is known as a brushless motor when they are saying "magnetic".
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In other words and simply put - you don't know. Neither do I and, I suspect, their marketing genies. All electric motors use magnetic fields. I'd suspect that this is the most simplest and cheapest, regular asynchronous AC motor. Nothing wrong with it! But reviews complain on its too low power. I'd rather see its wattage rating then the ignorant marketing blah-blah-blah.
Simply put I answered your question... I can't help it if it wasn't simplified enough for you to grasp what I was saying...

The DC motor is wire wrapped.. meaning larger, heavier, less efficient power wise, producing more heat, often more vibration.

Magnetic motor is what I stated, most likely known as brushless as seen in power tools. I explained the benefits.

As for what they are calling magnetic, I do not know.

If you want to know more, Google it rather than being an ass to someone offering you a reply and thanking them.

Above is based on electronics degree and helping build and design dental and hospital equipment that use both traditional brushed and newer brushless tech.

Have a great holiday season 😀
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I bought this about two years ago during covid craziness. Paid about $15 after tax, which was a really good price at the time since clipper prices started going through the roof. It's a basic kit but does the job. I'm very happy with it and it has paid for itself multiple times over since I've learned to give myself a haircut and save $20+ every month.

Great price OP!
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I bought this about two years ago during covid craziness. Paid about $15 after tax, which was a really good price at the time since clipper prices started going through the roof. It's a basic kit but does the job. I'm very happy with it and it has paid for itself multiple times over since I've learned to give myself a haircut and save $20+ every month.

Great price OP!
Could you tell us what is the power rating of the motor? Should say something like '30 watts' on its label fine print?
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Any deals on a cordless one with adjustable guards built into the unit? This one is nice: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...X03I&psc=1

And so is this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...YQ2K&psc=1


But they aren't on sale.... just wondering if anyone has seen anything like that for a good price?
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I would highly suggest spending more on a wireless one.
Unless you want to painfully yank hair out of your head
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I would highly suggest spending more on a wireless one.
False, I'd suggest spending more on a better quality wired version. Last thing you want is a low battery when that thing is attached to your hair.
Either way this is not a slick deal.
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I've used this model as a beard trimmer for 10 years+. They used to be $10, then they were $14 at brandsmart, so to me this is a slick deal. I go through about 1 per year. I have used it to cut my hair before, but it gets my beard to my desired length, and I use it about twice a week.
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Any deals on a cordless one with adjustable guards built into the unit? This one is nice: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...X03I&psc=1

And so is this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...YQ2K&psc=1


But they aren't on sale.... just wondering if anyone has seen anything like that for a good price?
Those are beard trimmers so not the same thing as a true hair trimmer.
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