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Philips Hair Clipper HC7650/14 Series 7000 $49.96 on Rollback (or lower with promo code)

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[Walmart] Philips Hair Clipper HC7650/14 Series 7000 $49.96 on Rollback (or lower with promo code)

This hair clipper is an RFD favourite for DIY Covid Cuts and has recently been on sale but quickly sold out at Amazon and Philips.

Available on-line or in-store:
On-Line
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For some recent discussions on this clipper, check out the expired Bay thread.

Note: Personal care items are essential and available to purchase in-store at ON Walmart locations.

Courtesy of @flighteye (upvote his post #2), this item qualifies as "grocery" and get $20 off $75 for your "first" online grocery order. Promo code: CANADA20

Worked for @ulovebass as posted here.
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Also, qualifies as 'Grocery' and get $20 off $75 spend for first online grocery order. Promo code: CANADA20
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Why the downvotes? This is a good deal and the $20 grocery coupon makes it even better. Thanks to flighteye
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Mine was just delivered today.

Everybody should get one because the stay-at-home order will probably be extended past May 20 and there is no guarantee that barbers and hair salons will re-open until maybe June?
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Mr_Fanta wrote: Mine was just delivered today.

Everybody should get one because the stay-at-home order will probably be extended past May 20 and there is no guarantee that barbers and hair salons will re-open until maybe June?
Even if barbers open up, I will never go back because of this clipper! Saved over $300 in 1 year in fees (for only one person) not including gas and travel/wait time :)
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Our 14 year old trimmer is starting to act up and seems alot more dull. Its been good to us though for the $40 we paid back then haha.
Was looking at a few others but this one seems decent for the price.
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blazed16 wrote: Our 14 year old trimmer is starting to act up and seems alot more dull. Its been good to us though for the $40 we paid back then haha.
Was looking at a few others but this one seems decent for the price.
Philip's unique Zoom Wheel 1mm adjustments is a godsend. Along with being cordless with a great Li-Ion battery, makes it easy to fade especially if cutting your own hair or your children's hair.

This may be the last time to learn a DIY cut. Who cares if you mess up with WFH, SAH order and you can hide behind a mask that covers half your face LOL

If it wasn't for the first shutdown, I wouldn't have even attempted to cut my own hair. Never turning back. Well worth the $40 I paid.
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kiiaal wrote: Philip's unique Zoom Wheel 1mm adjustments is a godsend. Along with being cordless with a great Li-Ion battery, makes it easy to fade especially if cutting your own hair or your children's hair.

This may be the last time to learn a DIY cut. Who cares if you mess up with WFH, SAH order and you can hide behind a mask that covers half your face LOL

If it wasn't for the first shutdown, I wouldn't have even attempted to cut my own hair. Never turning back. Well worth the $40 I paid.
Is this any narrower than regular trimmers? I got some fastfeeds for myself but think it might be too wide for my toddler, so of this is narrower or more manageable for the kid I'll buy one.
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DubKrazy wrote: Is this any narrower than regular trimmers? I got some fastfeeds for myself but think it might be too wide for my toddler, so of this is narrower or more manageable for the kid I'll buy one.
I'm not certain but it does seem a bit narrower than what my (former :)) hairstylist used.

I've never used this to cut a toddler's hair but check this review out from The Bay thread.
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hate to bump this thread but are -pick-ups allowed for non-essential items?
are they still locker based or you have to call them to bring it out?
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submalst wrote: hate to bump this thread but are -pick-ups allowed for non-essential items?
are they still locker based or you have to call them to bring it out?
i picked up yesterday in-store. it's locked up and you need to ask for help.
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flighteye wrote: Also, qualifies as 'Grocery' and get $20 off $75 spend for first online grocery order. Promo code: CANADA20
I can’t figure out where to enter the promo code! :)
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If someone is cutting your hair for you, I'd recommend a corded trimmer, especially if you're younger and have lots of hair. A barber might take 20 minute, but at home, your SO probably take closer to an hour if not more. Nothing beats the power and runtime of corded.
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Spinner wrote: If someone is cutting your hair for you, I'd recommend a corded trimmer, especially if you're younger and have lots of hair. A barber might take 20 minute, but at home, your SO probably take closer to an hour if not more. Nothing beats the power and runtime of corded.
Never took me an hour before, so not too sure about that. Been cutting own hair and family members. Maybe 30 min at most and that's with goofing around. Also the battery lasts 90 minutes here, you should be good either way.
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I'm assuming there should't be an issue with using with one's beard?
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Thanks op and fighteye!!
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ulovebass wrote: Thanks op and fighteye!!
Great deal. Buy the clipper and get $20 off an additional $25 in groceries.

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