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Philips Nose and Ear Trimmer - $14.99

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Dec 3, 2008
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I’ve had this trimmer for probably 6 or 7 years now and it’s still going strong.
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staneric123 wrote: I’ve had this trimmer for probably 6 or 7 years now and it’s still going strong.
Considering this, how much did you buy it for?
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Nov 29, 2009
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Thinking of getting it for my dad, thank you OP!
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My male family members are nose / ear hair trimmer connoisseurs and have bought, tried, and discarded / shelved at least half a dozen of these devices from half a dozen different brands, from low end to high end.

Trust me - Panasonic ER430K is the best (even better than any newer version.) It just works.

It's also $14.99 at the moment... but unfortunately, only on the American Amazon site in USD.
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reggyDeal wrote: Considering this, how much did you buy it for?
I bought it in June 2016 for $18.39
It’s served me well
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PitchyDawg wrote: My male family members are nose / ear hair trimmer connoisseurs and have bought, tried, and discarded / shelved at least half a dozen of these devices from half a dozen different brands, from low end to high end.

Trust me - Panasonic ER430K is the best (even better than any newer version.) It just works.

It's also $14.99 at the moment... but unfortunately, only on the American Amazon site in USD.
Added to my list. Thanks
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May 14, 2009
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Dollarama has a trimmer for 4$, Donno about brand and quality
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if money is not an issue buy nad's nose wax. it's expensive but it's 100x more effective than trimmers, makes your nose spotless clean in the visible areas. you can instantly breathe much better too. and you can barely feel any pain, if any at all. plus it looks ultra gross/cool when you see all that hair plucked from your nose. pretty fun activity to try with your SO too, even if you just buy it once.
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reggyDeal wrote: Considering this, how much did you buy it for?
I don’t remember what I ate last week. Remembering what I paid for this 7 years ago is completely out of the question.
$15 sounds like a fair price considering how long it’s lasted.
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moufasa wrote: if money is not an issue buy nad's nose wax. it's expensive but it's 100x more effective than trimmers, makes your nose spotless clean in the visible areas. you can instantly breathe much better too. and you can barely feel any pain, if any at all. plus it looks ultra gross/cool when you see all that hair plucked from your nose. pretty fun activity to try with your SO too, even if you just buy it once.
Plucking nose hairs is dangerous - germs and particles near the follicles can get inside and cause an infection, which is in the danger triangle of your face, so part of your brain blood vessels.
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ciuvak wrote: Plucking nose hairs is dangerous - germs and particles near the follicles can get inside and cause an infection, which is in the danger triangle of your face, so part of your brain blood vessels.
i love the pain though, when the tears are flying....a weird fascination...am sure there is a problem with me...havent had an infection by plucking so far
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moufasa wrote: if money is not an issue buy nad's nose wax. it's expensive but it's 100x more effective than trimmers, makes your nose spotless clean in the visible areas. you can instantly breathe much better too. and you can barely feel any pain, if any at all. plus it looks ultra gross/cool when you see all that hair plucked from your nose. pretty fun activity to try with your SO too, even if you just buy it once.
Nose hair stops dust particles from going up your nose. Probably best to just clean them until they aren't visible
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Nose hair has its purpose, just trim the ones that go out the nostrils, don't go full brazilian.
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5abi wrote: Added to my list. Thanks
No problem. The earliest reviews of the ER430K date back to 2006, apparently. For such a seemingly straightforward task, you'd be surprised at A) how so many companies get it wrong, even after numerous refinements ["You Had One Job!"] and B) how little the technology has evolved over the course of a decade in this niche field.

My dad and uncles jam the Panasonic up their noses in all directions and roll against the cavity walls. I don't know how well the "vacuum" function works, but the hairs themselves are trimmed by 95%+ length with no pulling and irritation.
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hordosr wrote: just butt crack hair
That's good news!!

Have you tried it for that? What did you think?
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gbill2004 wrote: Have you tried it for that? What did you think?
Just use Bodygroom 2040 for twig and berries and Dollarama 10 pack disposables for the chocolate starfish LOL

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