dealsrobocut home haircutting system for $44.97

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:D I am totally about to look up reviews on this one! This thing looks like a HILARIOUS accident waiting to happen... Reminds me of all the many times you hear about younger siblings or neighbour kids cutting their own hair; and what were the results?!? :) Oh, it's priceless.

User beware: Do not use within two weeks of any important event, in the likely case of an emergency system abort.

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My mom still has a Flowbee that gets used on a regular occasion. They actually do well as long as you know how to use it. I use it to cut my son's hair. He's 2 and doesn't sit still too well, so this makes it fast and easy, and nearly impossible to mess up

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RUN AWAY! RUN AWAY! (unless you like REALLY crappy haircuts)

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I wonder how this would perform on my 'body' hair?

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I knew Mr. Flowbee, and you, sir, are no Flowbee.

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@jordanchivell: "Anything for free, baby!"

^^Sounds like a Wooter!

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I too have an at home hair cutting system. It's called the Gillette Fusion. It trims my hair neater and more even than any other product on the market. Also; $45 will keep me in blades for over a year.

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This product is strongly competing with the Fantastic Sam's drive-thru that I normally use. What to do, what to do?

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If I were to cut some hair that wasn't on my head, is there a chance that appendages could get caught in this thing?

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Am I the only one that noticed

WARNING: This item cannot be shipped to Canada. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering this product.

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@phosphate: I like that the other "similar" deals relate to home theater. Have to do something while you wait for your hair to recover, I guess!

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Wayne's World, Wayne's World, Party Time, Excellent!!!

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@rhbama13: just a trim, dont buzz me, alrigt??

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@hobbit: No, it's not the Flowbee. I actually researched both this and the Flowbee and decided to go with the Flowbee. I've been using it for about 5 years, now, and it's paid for itself, many times over. I actually give myself better hair cuts then I've ever gotten at any barber and I don't have to drive down there, wait, sit in the chair and look at myself in the mirror, and I don't have to tip and drive back home. Takes me like 10 minutes or less and my haircut is perfect. The Flowbee, IMO, is still the best.

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Turn it off man, turn it off! It's sucking my will to live! Oh the humanity!

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flame suit on I used a Flowbee for 11 years, and have used a Robocut for 5+ years. Between the 2, I'll take Robocut every time. The Flowbee attachments can pop out of the cutting head, allowing the cutting head to cut the the hair to 1/8in. I indexed my cutting lengths with permanent pen on the Robocut and get a perfect haircut every time.

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Not as good as the Flowbee, which I give a 9 out of 10. Been using a Flowbee for over 20 years. The cut isn't real close so I use a razor trimmer around the ears and down the back of my neck. Without really close examination, it's as good as one gets at the barber shop.

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@daijizai

No I noticed that, but its nothing to worry about. In some places it is simply illegal to sell any hair cutting equipment to anyone that is not licensed. For instance if it just says "scissors" on a package anyone can buy them, but if it says "hair cutting scissors" you need a license. You can buy "dog grooming clippers" but not the identical people version.

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Now just sit still, Garth, while he puts that thing on your mellon.

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this is actually a very useful item, I have been using mine for over 7 years, have saved lots of money, can give myself a haircut in less than 10 minutes at home at any time of the day or night, no going to or waiting for barber shop hours, is much better than the flowbee, RoboCut has been around for a long time, was demonstrated on the Tonight Show back in the early 80's with Johnny Carson, go ahead keep laughing at it, but it really is a great money and time saver, "if you haven't tried it don't knock it"

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Oh this brings back traumatic flowbee memories. If you buy one practice on someone else first. These vacuum hair cutting machines take a little skill. Nice haircuts are possible with these but the first one can be very memorable.

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"You're on a beach with Heather Locklear."

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This is NOT a flow-bee. Do not use this product is you like your hair.

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I'll stick with the hot girl that cuts my hair every 3 weeks. She does a great job cutting my hair, not to mention how well she sucks.

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I bought a Robocut over 7 years ago at a yard sale for $1. I have used it on my dogs and husband and have saved thousands
It's great for pets especially if you keep there fur an inch or more long. Almost impossible with shears and takes a lot longer. My blade is now getting dull and needs replacing (about $20). As long as you keep the robocut oiled and clean it works great. I have never tried the flowbee but noticed you aren't suppose to use it on pets and is $50 more online. You do need to touch up with scissors/shears for short hair for a nice finished look. I have been cutting hair for over 30 years and think this is a great product. I would love to try the 1 with the built in vac. Haven't seen 1 at a yard sale yet but if I do I will let you know how it is :-)