Mens Hair Clipper Recomendation.

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Pariah
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Mens Hair Clipper Recomendation.

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I have always been frustrated by the kind of clippers you can get at department stores. They always seem to crap out really fast, poor construction, weak motors, blades that go dull fast.
I have gone through at least a half dozen clippers of various brands but 2 years ago I finally found one that works great and that has turned out to be durable.
http://www.remingtonproducts.com/produc ... immer.aspx
I have been using this clipper regularly for two years, a bunch of haircuts and many, many beard trims and they still work as good as new. I have a VERY wiry beard, like steel wool, that eats clippers for lunch but not these clippers.
These clippers also come with a very wide assortment of attachments and accessories for all your trimming needs.
So if you need some very good, very affordible clippers look no further, buy this model of Remington.
They have the Pariah Approved Seal of Excellence. :)
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Thanks
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I've used the same Conair for the last decade. I do occasionally oil the blades. My hair is like fine silk though.
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The little round attachment is nice for the fine silken hair in my nose.
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Metacell wrote: I've used the same Conair for the last decade. I do occasionally oil the blades. My hair is like fine silk though.


I have a conair, I think it's... at least 15 years old.
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