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Conair NT1RNC Precision Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer $4.97 ATL

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Nov 28, 2019
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[Amazon.ca] Conair NT1RNC Precision Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer $4.97 ATL

$4.97 ATL. Great gift stuffer. Help your friend who isn't aware of the situation growing out of their nose without embarrassing them by calling them out.
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Sep 14, 2014
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Barrie, ON
I just looked at hubby's ears and ordered without asking. Thanks OP!
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Apr 7, 2019
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Don't waste money. I have this one and it's not good at what's it's supposed to do.
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Jun 1, 2008
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Seems to be a good price, not sure how it works. But typically conair warranty replacement is good when you do need it.

I personally use Panasonic branded ones, and has been serving me well for many years now. But of course, those ones aren't $5.
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Dec 11, 2012
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I got the Panasonic trimmer many many +++ moons ago. It's $20 but it's lasted & more importantly, hasn't yanked out some nostril whiskers, which if one hasn't had the "pleasure" yet, is only recommended for masochists.

Don't cheap out on the important & sensitive stuff. Ain't worth da pain or maybe it is...
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Aug 12, 2016
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Fakespot gives it adjusted 2.5 stars with C rating for fake reviews
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Jan 23, 2009
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Same price at winners/Marshall's. This thing is useless.. Please save your $5.
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Snowman1985 wrote: Fakespot gives it adjusted 2.5 stars with C rating for fake reviews
Usually unknown brands use fake reviews. Surprised that Conair would but then again fakespot isn't really all that accurate, so who truly knows.
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Nov 13, 2019
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scotsum wrote: I got the Panasonic trimmer many many +++ moons ago. It's $20 but it's lasted & more importantly, hasn't yanked out some nostril whiskers, which if one hasn't had the "pleasure" yet, is only recommended for masochists.

Don't cheap out on the important & sensitive stuff. Ain't worth da pain or maybe it is...
I was going to say... I've had a Panasonic forever and treated it like shit and if it broke or I lost it I'd buy the exact same one tomorrow. Cannot be beat.
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Jun 30, 2019
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Bad reviews, used something similar in the past, useless
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Jun 1, 2008
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since people are mentioning about the Panasonic nose hair trimmer, I wanted to let everyone know about them.

They work well, cost more, but in my opinion but the best nose hair trimmers that I have owned/used.

I do want to cover the different models, just so people are aware.

I've owned the following panasonic models:
https://shop.panasonic.com/personal-car ... ers/er430k
- This one was one of the original ones that I've bought. Served me well, works very good but eventually I think in my case, the motor died. Probably my fault, maybe I didn't clean it enough but I was very happy with this.

https://goodsofjapan.com/products/panas ... -er-gn10-k
- I bought this replacement because it was cheap, however I totally don't recommend it. The model above had a much stronger motor than this one.

https://shop.panasonic.com/personal-car ... /er-gn70-k
- This is the current model that I have, and according to when I purchased it, it was the latest model. This one is still going strong, the motor feels even stronger than the ER430K.

If my nose trimmer was to break today, I would go find myself another GN70K if I can, otherwise ER430K would be my second choice.
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Feb 18, 2007
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scotsum wrote: I got the Panasonic trimmer many many +++ moons ago. It's $20 but it's lasted & more importantly, hasn't yanked out some nostril whiskers, which if one hasn't had the "pleasure" yet, is only recommended for masochists.

Don't cheap out on the important & sensitive stuff. Ain't worth da pain or maybe it is...
Come on man, at least link us to the model you're using
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Apr 20, 2005
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Personally I got a Groom Mate trimmer from fleabay after hearing about them somewhere - almost a decade later it still works like new.

It's tiny so easily carried for travel and it's a manual trimmer so nothing to break or charge. Made in USA. The only nitpick is to make sure you remove it from your nostril while spinning it to prevent any yanking. They're more pricey nowadays at around $45, but I think they will probably last a lifetime.

Should be able to find them within Canada too, a quick search brought up this site selling it: https://classicedge.ca/products/groom-m ... ir-trimmer
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Mar 7, 2011
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Ausmack wrote: For 5 bucks I'll risk it
I'll grab it off Amazon warehouse when you return it, hopefully I can save a few dollars.
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Jun 1, 2008
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100eyes wrote: Personally I got a Groom Mate trimmer from fleabay after hearing about them somewhere - almost a decade later it still works like new.

It's tiny so easily carried for travel and it's a manual trimmer so nothing to break or charge. Made in USA. The only nitpick is to make sure you remove it from your nostril while spinning it to prevent any yanking. They're more pricey nowadays at around $45, but I think they will probably last a lifetime.

Should be able to find them within Canada too, a quick search brought up this site selling it: https://classicedge.ca/products/groom-m ... ir-trimmer
i've used this one too, didn't like it because it yanks your nose hair and hurts...
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Jul 19, 2014
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Vancouver, BC
mr2711 wrote: Don't waste money. I have this one and it's not good at what's it's supposed to do.
Who among us is? The real question is: can it keep going for more than 4 seconds?
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Jun 1, 2008
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tunda11 wrote: I'll grab it off Amazon warehouse when you return it, hopefully I can save a few dollars.
kind of disgusting you would risk buying a used product, just to save more for an item that is already $5....
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Nov 7, 2013
1591 posts
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Toronto
I've tried all kinds of nose trimmers and this Conair model has been the best. With this style of cutting tip, it doesn't pull or snag. Cuts from all angles, so you just stick it in there and go to town. And the battery lasts forever. Couldn't recommend it enough.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07HRFK2WD/ref ... UTF8&psc=1

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