Rated 4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by Del52 Overall a very good product
Overall I rate this clipper, it's much more convenient than corded competitors. It's quiet, easy to use and convenient to store. For my needs, the lowest setting (3mm) isn't as short as 3mm on other clippers, and the lack of a case seems a bit mean.
23 September 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dunduk Look for nothing else on the market - buy this Hair clipper
This is the second Philips Hair clipper in the family which has replaced older model with Ni-Cd battery which performance has decreased ove time due to the memory effect.
Funcionality has also been improved compared to the older model which makes using it even better
All I can say is that this is a perfect solution for family use and you should go for it if you are after decent Hair clipper.
24 July 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by deand plastic combs not thick enough
plastic combs not thick enough so they leave tram lines in your hair
24 July 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deathknell Finally
I have very thick hair and for many years have searched for a product that could cut my hair cordlessly but I have always been dissappointed.
The QC5345 easily cuts through my thick mop, with ease. It is extremely light but cut my hair cordlessly, a first.
I have always had to cut my hair with clipper plugged in and even then it was a struggle. I replaced my QC5055 due to a broken comb. This model is far sturdier, charges in an hour and is far more powerful. And then you can rinse it clean!
You wont be dissappointed - buy it!
10 April 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by experttechie best thats out there at the moment
This is by far the best hair cliiper on the market today
The cutting guides do not tear like the main competitors machines do
the self lubricating blades mean its maintenance free
it can be cleaned with a wizz under the tap
and entire head of hair can be cut and styled into shape in under 10 minutes from overgrown!(i know because i cut down my long hair into a short back and sides that fast)
Its lightweight so no mistaken lurches and drops
6 March 2012