I had never imagined that I would ever write about a haircut set, much less think about buying one for myself (spoiler alert: I did, the first time I ran a version of this deal in the middle of the pandemic), but these is.
Last summer I had not cut my hair in two months, and as the months went by, my appearance began to trace towards “bassist in 1
Luckily the prices have settled and I have been able to tell you about some really affordable hair clippers. Here’s the best deal yet: Right now you can get onewhen you click on the coupon code on the product page and also use the discount code NKVYTWPW in the box.
It’s about $ 19 off the regular price of $ 47, and is the lowest we’ve ever seen this model sell for. Frankly, given the apparent quality of the wireless clips, I can not imagine the price going lower. The set includes the wireless mower with digital status display and five hours of driving time. It comes with six protective equipment (in size from 3 mm to 19 mm), a comb, shaving cap (the type that catches your hair, not the type that helps you fly) and other miscellaneous accessories.
I want to be honest: before I bought this model I had never taken a cutter in my own hair, and so I do not know exactly what to look for in a product like this. But this one has 4.8 stars from over 8,300 reviews on Amazon, and I have used it successfully on my own head several times now – I think it works well.
So if you’re looking for a way to get a trim without breaking the bank or waiting for the vaccine to come to you, consider this set – and let me know in the comments if you cut your hair at home, or wait for it until the world opens themselves again.
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