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So I've been blessed with my grandfather's hair, which basically means I've got a receeding hairline that has developed pretty steadily since 18-19. Soon to be 23, hair is still fine short, but I've seen my fellow comrades in arms struggle with keeping a respectable appearance and I'll look better with a shaved head anyway. I'm thinking of going with the lowest setting on clippers.

However, I need to find a good set to invest in. Any tips?

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I took to mine with the clippers a month ago... honestly just get a cheep pair and rip the spacer guard off and go wild. Its great not even having to worry about it anymore to be totally honest.

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Gray is so much better than bald! Thank you Jesus for afflicting me with the lesser of the two!

-Craig

edit: Oh yeah, clippers. I got a cheap Wahl in the $20-$30 range. I've had it for over 10 years. It shaved my head through my punk years, trimmed my beard for a while, and now it shaves my boys' heads. It's held up surprisingly well considering the abuse and lack-of-maintenance it has suffered.

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Gray is so much better than bald! Thank you Jesus for afflicting me with the lesser of the two! -Craigedit: Oh yeah, clippers. I got a cheap Wahl in the $20-$30 range. I've had it for over 10 years. It shaved my head through my punk years, trimmed my beard for a while, and now it shaves my boys' heads. It's held up surprisingly well considering the abuse and lack-of-maintenance it has suffered.

Aye, Wahl clippers last you a long time.

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I've had quite a few sets through the years & usually go for Wahl, Remington or Babyliss. Can't say I've noticed much difference in the quality & the most I've spent is £30-40.

I shave my head once or twice a week & normally replace them every two or three years. I also prefer to go for ones with a ceramic blade so I don't have to $%&@ about oiling them.

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