I have been giving my husband haircuts since before we got married. It was easy and convinient and we saved so much money. It only seemed natural that I give my kids haircuts at home as well. However, my son HATES getting itchy hair all over and screams the whole time. It is no fun for anyone.
Years ago we owned some wonderful vacuum hair clippers, but they broke and are no longer available for sale. We have been looking for over 2 years for a similar product and I was very excited when I found the Robocut.
The day I received this haircutting contraption, I put it to use on kiddo. It worked like a charm! No fussing and a great haircut. Yippee! He had so much fun and thought it “tickled”. The best part was that there were no itchy hairs to cause pain or rashes and kiddo had a smile on his face the whole time.
The Robocut Pro is a fully self contained vacuum haircutter. It contains a bunch of haircutting adapters to suit any hair length or style and also comes with a handy guide to help know which adapter to use. There are even adapters for women’s hair, but I haven’t been brave enough to try it out on myself yet ;)
I have used the Robout on my 4 year old, 1 year old and even our little dog. It is easy to use and gets the job done fast. It is a bit bulky and loud, but that is a trade-off I am willing to make for easy haircuts.
The Robocut normaly sells for $200, but right now they are offering a Cyber Week discount at haircut.com and have it on sale for only $97.99! I figure that it pays for itself after only 4 haircuts at that price!
What makes the Robocut a Pin-worthy Product?
- Fully self contained vacuum haircutter
- No need to operate a vacuum, just plug and use haircutter
- Easy to use
- Money back guarantee
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