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Friday, March 14, 2014

Philips Norelco CC5059/60 Kids Hair Clipper



This clipper cuts just fine.  I think with kids the main selling feature would be how quiet it is.  I have seen toddlers freak out over the noise of the beauty salon clippers.  The height adjustment seems a bit flimsy.   The cordless aspect is another good feature.  It is priced in the same arena as corder clippers, SRP is $35.00.

·                          Ultra quiet to help the child feel at ease
·                          Skin-friendly contour-following comb for speed and comfort
·                          Two adjustable combs offer 15 length settings from 1/8" to 1 3/4" (3-42mm)
·                          Lithium-ion battery for powerful corded and cordless use; charges in 8 hours for 45 minutes of cordless use
·                          Compact and lightweight for easy maneuverability


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