Saturday, December 13, 2014

Philips Norelco Hairclipper 7100

It’s really strange, but I like cutting my husbands hair, but i’m always afraid i’m going to screw up. Then again, I haven’t had a good clipper. I was excited to try out the Philips Norelco Hairclipper 7100.

When I was reading the instructions (yes, i do read them), I saw that you don’t have to use oils on the blades. This is one thing I remember hating about past clippers. So not having to do it seems really nice. For cleaning the blades all you do is click, detach and run under some water. Super fast and easy, and who doesn’t like that?

One of the coolest features that I saw was on this clipper is the turbo power button. When you press it, it makes the blades go faster. Even though it is going faster, you still have control over it and can do the perfect cut.

You can choose up to 24 different length settings from 1 to 23mm ( 3/64” to ⅞”) . With that many setting, you are sure to find a length that you want. If you don’t want the comb attachment you can even use the 0.5mm (1/32

The Hariclipper 7100 only takes an hour to charge and you will get up to 120 minutes of use. I love that Norelco uses the best batteries and they don’t take a lot of time to charge.

I really don’t like it when I get something like this, comes in a box but you have to throw that away and you are left with all these parts. I’m pretty sure Norelco knows that as well, as I’m sure I’m not alone. They include a really nice hard case that you can keep the clipper in.

The Norelco Hairclipper 7100 runs for about $39.99, so it is very affordable and would be a great Christmas present for just about any guy in your life.

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