- Easy, precise haircuts everytime (Vacuum is sold separately)
- Free HairLine included
- You break we replace 2year warranty
- Laser Blades – operates on 110 volts or 220 volts and it comes with USA outlet prongs
- Free Buzz adapter
I used the Flowbee for about 5 years. It worked okay HOWEVER I get a much BETTER haircut with the ROBOCUT.So far I have had mine for THREE years and have had NO problems whatsoever.If you put oil on the blades before you use them, it should last a long time (the blades).You do have to watch the sliding plastic hair length cutting things as they can slip down.I have thick curly hair and this gives me a way better haircut then the haircuts I used to get at the hairstylists etc.I highly recommend this product. The one I bought has the vacuum attached.
My mother wanted a simple summer cut and wanted to borrow my Flowbee. I had the Flowbee several years ago and it did an ok job. Think I gave it away a long time ago. Thought we could try out the Robocut and then let her take it home so she could do it herself.Noisier, designed with a hole in vacuum tube for electric cord, so less suction, adapter extenders do not "screw on" or fit on the robocut or atop other adapters. Put both 2 inch adapters together and taped it to the robocut because did not want hair cut 2 inches long. Not enough suction (using a Dyson), so taped the hole shut.Had to bounce it on the head to get the hair to enter the cutter. After 15 minutes, it was a choppy mess. Took it down to a single two inch adapter and started again. After 5 more minutes of the bounce method, it was as good as it would get. Not cut evenly, but better. Measured the hair and it was about 1 !/2 inches long. Maybe the 2 inch AND one of the other adapters would add up to 2 inch hair. But they do not fit together unless you tape them.What a mess. Definitely not something my mother could do for herself. And the hairstyle looks like….. there is no style.If you want to use it for buzz cuts, it would probably work.Also says you can groom animals, Could work on short fur, if they will put up with the motor noise and vacuum noise.
Depends on how neat you need the cut
I used Robocut for about four years before it died. The results were acceptable for children’s haircuts or quick touchups on the bangs. If you are a stickler or need a precise cut, this might not be the right product for you.This product is easiest to use if you need to cut only one length all around. It also works if you need to cut straight across, although that can be less precise. I could cut my then three year old daughter’s hair to shoulder length, but it would not work for longer hair. I guess I could buy more extension tubes.Boys cuts are not too bad, but getting that graduated look can take practice and my son’s hair was never perfect, since it sometimes did not graduate as nicely as I’d like. You have to extend the length of the tube as you move up the zones of the head and I must have not been great at that. The edges around the ears and neckline do not shave down neatly like they would with clippers.I originally bought it because I didn’t think my son would sit still for a haircut. I liked it because I could trim my bangs quickly, the children’s cuts were easy to do and hair didn’t go flying everywhere. Professionally cut hair still looks better, though.