This black 'HC365C Remington Stylist' twenty-five piece set comes with an array of accessories for easy, comfortable hair styling, including sectioning clips, a hairdresser's cape, scissors and a neck brush. The blades are self-sharpening, designed never to need oiling and include eight different combs for a range of hair lengths. It has a cordless battery life of up to forty hours, which is indicated using an in-built light.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Kelly44 Does the job
Happy with this product, does what it's supposed to do :)
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Helsbells Impressive
I purchased this product to replace another brand. I am looking forward to using this to cut my partner's hair.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Bee Fantastic Value
Does just what it says on the tin!
Cuts hair neatly without pulling, plenty of different comb sizes, charged quickly and appears to hold charge well, plus comes with the added bonus of lots of lovely accessories: a cape, brush, mini trimmer (for nose/ear hair) and scissors (though the scissors are pretty poor quality... fortunately I already had a better pair so will keep these for spares).
The clippers are very lightweight but really do the job a lot better (and faster!) than our old Wahl clippers... a bonus with three boys!!
Have yet to see how they perform over time as I've only used them twice, but so far: brilliant! Very happy :)))
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