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Panasonic’s hair clipper is simple to clean, requiring only a simple wash under the tap to maintain peak performance. It also comes with an extra accurate quick dial to allow adjustment of the cutting length interval. The range spans from the close and smooth look of 1mm up to the more rugged and coarse look of 25 mm. To allow even greater options for its user, it has a special level of 0.5 mm, for the shortest hairs and those who desire stubble.
The high precision blades are sharpened to a 45° knife edge and provide an extremely accurate 1 mm step cutting length so that control is possible at the turn of a dial. At its lowest interval, hairs can be cut to as short as 0.5 mm without using a comb. The freedom to select length at increments as small as a millimeter, combined with the high motor power provides maximised cutting performance that allows up to 30,000 hairs to be cut per second*.The ER-GC50 accommodates 25 different hair lengths and comes with a further two attachment combs.
Inherently user friendly, effortlessly easy to use and ergonomically designed for comfort, the ER-GC50 includes an LED display showing the charge left. The trimmer has 40 minutes of cordless use but also comes with a cord and has universal voltage so that it can be used anywhere in the world. It is washable and thus easy to maintain and clean after use.
*According to tests performed by Panasonic.
I am usually very careful with rechargeable batteries so I was surprised and disappointed when the charge capacity of these clippers reduced significantly after only a handful of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by joeNinety
Not brilliant for thick hair like all rechargeable shears! Reduction of power means reduction of cutting action that causes discomfort!!!!Published 5 months ago by Felix1
Very good buy at the price charges up well and better then more expensive trimmers I have bought in the past,
easy to use and does not change its grade mid cut as dial... Read more
I've had many different clippers over the years.most breakdown. This one is the best I've had yetPublished 11 months ago by andy