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Clippers for hair

Venomx999

Active Member
Now the barbers are shut I’m looking for some good hair clippers. I usually have a skin fade so will have to forget about that for now. So I want some clippers that I can use on my hair to do a 2 or a 3 all over?

Thanks
 

DroidSkin

Distinguished Member
I’ve been shaving my hair for 40 years, have used all of the major brands including the “pro” clippers from Wahl. If you are doing it yourself then the Remington Quick Cut are the best. Hands down the easiest to use.
 

Flashy

Well-known Member
Good luck finding any. I joked a week ago that I’d have to start cutting my own hair and now shaving it off’s the reality everyone else seems to have had the same idea.

Going to be a lot of people with dodgy barnets soon. At least few will seem them, I guess. Every cloud, and all that.
 

Dony

Distinguished Member
I've. Got Wahl clippers and they work well but they don't do edging well along the neck and behind ears.

Any recommendations for precision clippers?
 

Leo31291

Distinguished Member
I'm shaved my hair for years. Wahl clippers are robust and will last you a lifetime but difficult to cut with depending on your head shape if you're doing it alone. I also get prone to a rash when using them. The Remington quick cut is easier to use.

For those who are bald, I dusted off a braun 7 series shaver I had gathering dust and tried it on my head two weeks ago and OMG I love it!
 

494930

Distinguished Member
Is there a forum favourite clipper for both head and beard use? Those quick cut ones look like they'd be too bulky for beard trimming?
 

Leo31291

Distinguished Member
I use my Wahl for beard trimming.
 

gibbsy

Moderator
My wife cuts my hair with the Wahl clippers she got to trim our Cocker Spaniel. Have to admit they do a a good job but there is a serious problem with using them. I simply cannot walk past a tree without having to pee on it.
 

kBm

Distinguished Member

Currently back in stock on Amazon. Just ordered mine, expected delivery end of April.
 

Wahreo

Distinguished Member
The Remington that @DroidSkin has mentioned are the best I’ve used. Have tried various brands for years.

this includes various cordless Wahl Cordless clippers. The design of the Remington is very unique and works so well. Both me and my son use one.
 

krish

Distinguished Member
We might have a winner ...
I use the Remington HC4250, never had any issues with it at all.
Two friends also purchased on my recommendation and both are very happy with it, so cheap too.
 

Mo Better Blues

Distinguished Member
And I'm still using it. :D
 

aVdub

Distinguished Member
The Remington that @DroidSkin has mentioned are the best I’ve used. Have tried various brands for years.

this includes various cordless Wahl Cordless clippers. The design of the Remington is very unique and works so well. Both me and my son use one.
I bought mine within hours of seeing your post a while ago and am more than happy with it.
Good small size, plenty of power and at a very low price.

Even ordered the 20 litres of oil the same as you 🤣 🤣 🤣
 
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krish

Distinguished Member
Both me and my son use one
and I use mine on my old man* too, when I visit my folks
- always do their mowing (with a Flymo ... the Remington's not that good) and his clipping, usually every 5 or 6 weeks, but now might be a little while longer

* not a euphemism
 
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Sloppy Bob

Distinguished Member
^^ upon the recommendation of at least a couple of others here ... I posted when it dipped below £20
Is there anything these muppets won't try to price gouge?


 

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