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Remington HC5800 Pro Power

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  • Very Poor
    3 months ago
    Had this for almost two years before I needed to load it (as you understand it was used extremely sparingly). When I tried to charge it, it refused to accept charging. I then tried to make a complaint, but before I returned it I tried to charge one last time and then suddenly it received charge. Maybe I used a USB cable, don't remember. Either way, it is the same thing now, the device does not accept charging.

    Moreover, it now doesn't work to cut either. It seems like the knives are out, even though I barely used it. Has screwed apart and cleaned and lubricated all moving parts, but it doesn't get any better. May try to complain again. DO NOT BUY!
  • Very Poor
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Ok as a hair trimmer, however, the height settings are unreliable and can easily change during cutting. As a beard trimmer, it's just too clumsy, for example, it's impossible to shave the mustache with the accompanying stub comb when it takes your nose without covering the entire mustache. Take care if you want to keep a beard there, easily called completely.
    Do not buy for beard.
  • Barely acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Can not be bothered, the cams are thin and happy snaps down a few notches when pulled over the skull leading to disaster.
    Buy something real with steel.

    M
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    It amazes me that this has been so good reviews from previous users. When I tried it recently bought, I thought it was a joke. I got the feeling that it was a fake product. The cut my beard rather weak so incredibly rough so I had to take my old Philips (the battery is drained off). It did not matter how you pulled back and forth even though I emptied the ridge, there were still long hairs left and I became completely red. SIBA, however, took it back and I got the money back.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Starting with a glossary: ​​With "plastic adapter" I refer gizmo to put on that will help ensure a steady length of hair, then you know where you set millimeters.

    This is a great product if you are only trimming the skull away from the way that it is a bit difficult to access your hair over your ears.

    Do you intend to use the machine for the beard is completely useless. As someone else described here makes namely plastic adapter that you will not next door. It is even difficult to shave around the ears, but impossible to cut beard good. On the chin, it will be very short for the plastic adapter has a "hole" that allows beard on the chin is very short and can not access the mustache because the plastic adapter.

    Recommended for those who just want to cut the hair on your head, not for anyone else.

    The machine feels rich and of high quality. "The Place" to the trimmer is plastigt and it is hard to get to where the appliance on properly.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Do their job well, shave the head clean.
  • Barely acceptable
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Have had trimmer for 2 weeks approximately, these are my opinions. Note that I only used this to trim my beard, not the hair on your head. I have also no super thick beard.

    + It feels well built and stable
    + The sound alright
    + Wash function is smart, via a button you shoot out the cutting nozzle from the machine, easy to rinse off.

    - Loose cams are useless, you should only use the machine itself (which has a position in height), so it works great. How cams versus the height of cut is loose is not good at all and does not feel stable. A comb can have everything from 1mm - 40mm. The comb is pushed not from the "side" but "pushed" on the top. Pressing the comb further down - closer to the mower - to get a smaller distance and it becomes shorter.
    - The combs are sparse between the bars, which makes it not so easy to (in my case) get the beard without much fall through.

    As it is now I have to look around for another clippers to my beard, this is not working.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    A bell to me.
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Bought this hair clipper for about one week ago and so far no complaints at all.

    It is pretty quiet, waterproof, cut evenly and well, has relatively good battery life and a built-in display that shows how many minutes of use remaining, and it goes blank to charge the device in a USB port using the supplied cable if desired.

    In short, I'm very happy with the purchase!