AirCut Vs Flowbee Vs RoboCut Review




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How does Aircut work?
Aircut is an electric powered hand-held hair cutter invented by Waukesha, Wisconsin inventor Norman Yerke in 2008 for cutting hair. It has a two motor system, one for lifting hair and pulling it in the unit and another that moves like a scissor to cut it. It consists of a plastic guard or “styler” which helps in avoiding a very short cut. Plus it has an internal micrometer filer that keeps any hair from entering any internal components and keeps it intact in the unit.

AirCut is a unique hair cutting tool which has the “do-it-yourself” convenience since it has one of a kind self-contained cutting engine. The suction for cleaning the hair is built in and does not require addition vacuum. This makes it compact and ideal for haircuts shorter than 4 ½ inches. It also comes with 9 different Snap-on attachments for custom cutting the hair for any desired length. The removable hair collection chamber can be easily pulled and cleaned without leaving any mess.

How does Flowbee work?
Flowbee is a new generation hair-cutting device which has a vacuum hose connected to clean the hair while cutting them to avoid itchy and messy hair. This bright yellow appliance works on a 12 volt adapter to drive its clippers and sports a comfortable slip-proof grip.

Flowbee is a precision hair cutting and trimming solution aligned with numerous trimmer guards for perfect cut. It is designed to fit any standard vacuum cleaner hose and plugs into the wall separately. Once the vacuum is secured the device can be used to cut hair cleanly and neatly.

How does Robocut work?
Robocut is a vacuum cleaner connected automatic hair-cutting device. The vacuum is powerful to clean messy hair which gets cut using the device. It has the ability to cut hair from a range of ½ inch to 6inches long. Its vacuum sucks the hair when the rotary blade mechanism starts working.

Robocut provides an outlet to connect with any standard sized vacuum hoses. This helps in suction of hair which is clipped using this hair cutting device.

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How to use AirCut
AirCut needs the oil which is supplied along with to be applied on the blades and attached with the desired styler to start trimming hair.

How to use Flowbee
To use Flowbee one needs to simply attach a vacuum hose through its free universal hose adaptor and adjust the desired setting and length of the hair to start cutting.

How to use Robocut
Robocut needs a standard vacuum hose attached to it to begin cutting. Later the right length desired should be adjusted for a salon like haircut. While cutting hair the extender should be ran over a couple of times for making sure the hair are cut properly.

Compare What do I get and Price

AirCut
Purchasing AirCut in 3 easy payments of $33.33 gets a set of 8 straight stylers ranging from ½ to 4 inches, a cleaning brush, lubrication oil, AC transformer, cover for hair clippings, filter and a ½ inch tapered styler. Official website AirCut.com | Price $99.99

Flowbee
Flowbee consists of head with hose, AC 120V transformer, a bottle of lubricant, 10 spacer length settings, Universal vacuum hose adapter, user manual and requires a vacuum cleaner of 3hp or 8 amps for perfect results. Official website Flowbee.com | Price – $114.90

Robocut
Robocut comes in blue color and has haircutter with precision dial, laser blades, metal gearbox, flexible hose and power supply. It also has two range extenders for reaching up to 6 inches hair length and a short/pet Adapter for short hair and pet grooming, Buzz Adapter for extra short hair, Angled adapter for tapering and layering, gentle angled for a lesser steep tapering, hose adapter for connecting vacuum hoses, oil tubes for lubricating blades, instruction sheet and haircutting guide with free shipping only at $99.00. Official website HairCut.com

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How to Clean AirCut
To clean AirCut, the hair collection area should be cleaned of any hair on it. Once clean the cover should be removed and lightly dusted with a brush which is included. All hair in the filter area should be cleaned and cleared using the same brush. The filter should be placed back with care to make sure that the device turns on properly. The clean-out cover should be reinstalled prior to use.

For best results the blades should be oiled after every 10 haircuts. Oiling the blade is easy, a drop of two should be placed in the oil and rubbed back and forth with a finger. Later the device should be run for 10 seconds to make sure the oil spreads evenly.

How to Clean Flowbee

Flowbee requires no clean-up.

How to Clean Robocut
There is no information available regarding cleaning Robocut.

Does it work well on pets?

Does AirCut work on pets
AirCut is not designed for pets.

Does Flowbee work on pets
Flowbee can be used on a pet with its Pet Attachment. But care should be taken that the pet is shampooed and all mats brushed out before using the appliance. Also one should not try to cut more than ½” of hair off at one time.

Does Robocut work on pets
Robocut is designed to provide hair cutting and pet grooming in one and is perfect for use on pets.

What does tapered styler do?

AirCut Tapered styler helps cutting a shaping the backside of the head and around the ears to give a salon like cut.

FlowbeeTapered spacers in Flowbee is used for sides and lower neck for a clean and perfect cut.

Robocut No information is available for tapered setting of Robocut.

Compare Instructions

AirCut: The hair should be free of any styling products like gel and hairspray and works perfectly on dry or towel-dried wet hair.

Flowbee works great on dry or towel-dried hair and using any hair styling product should be avoided.

Robocut should be used on plain dry hair and no hair products like thickeners, hair sprays, gels, etc should be applied.

 


 

What is the recommended Vacuum cleaner power?

AirCut does require a vacuum cleaner

Flowbee needs a 4 HP vacuum or stronger.

Robocut works well on any household vacuum.

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Compare Blades

AirCut
Installing stylers needs just lining it up at the opening in the housing. The styler is to be pushed and snapped in position. Every styler has a tongue and groove design for an easy push-in and pull-out action. There is no information available regarding the cost and sharpness of the blades.

Flowbee
at $25 there are 2 blades, 6 thanksgiving 2012s, 4 screws, straight angle: 90 degrees blades available which need assembly.

Robocut
Comes with cartridge of $14.99 pre-assembled with sharp angle: 75 degree.

 

Compare Advantages/Reviews/Pros

AirCut:
1> It does not require any kind of vacuum cleaner.
2> It is very cheap with flexibility to cut hair whenever and wherever desired.
3> it is light and compact enough to carry during travels.

Flowbee:
1> It is cheap and clean since it uses a vacuum cleaner.
2> It provides very neat and fine looking trim for closer cuts that shows.
3> It also works well on pets without making any mess of hair.

Robocut:
1> It helps in providing cheap haircuts in any desired style in no time.
2> It uses a vacuum which makes it cleaner to use without having hair all over the floor.
3> It also has a pet attachment for grooming pets.

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Compare Disadvantages/Complaints/Cons

AirCut
1> It does not have enough power to suck the air.
2>It is not strong enough in lifting the hair into the cutters.

Flowbee
1> Needs a powerful vacuum to work the suction and still does not give satisfactory result.
2> It comes with limited amount of spacers.
3> It comes with complaints of the device not functioning.

Robocut:
1> The build is very cheap plastic and not strong enough.
2> It is uncomfortable and give a sore head due to hair pulling as a result of its circular design.
3> It does not cut hair well enough in one go.

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One Response to “AirCut Vs Flowbee Vs RoboCut Review”


  1. Mussa says:

    The Aircut works well on my hair (wavy, not really curly, cut at about 3″ for some years now). A Flowbee worked well, too, for a few years, but is fairly awkward and bulky, and requires a vacuum cleaner. I thought I’d try the Aircut. It’s only as bulky as a large hair dryer.

    My Aircut has been good for about 18 months of haircuts. However, now the blades are not cutting cleanly, but frizzing the ends of my hair. I contacted Aircut, they do not sell new blade sets, so the whole Aircut kit,; machine itself, a lot of spacers, AC adaptor, wire and packaging, must be thrown away, and a new kit bought. Aircut’s reply included the observation that Aircut blades don’t get dull.

    Flowbee blade sets are available at $25+ shipping. They look alot like Aircut blade sets, but are bigger, and do not fit an Aircut. Guess how I know.

    So your choice is: a Flowbee that is bulky, but takes replaceable blades, or an Aircut that must be entirely replaced, according to Aircut., though I’ve now had one apart, and it wouldn’t be that big a deal, mechanically, to sell parts. Logistically? Welcome to the global economy.

    The Aircut is still cheaper and more convenient by far than using a barber, but it is a bit of an ecological disaster. Short-sighted thinking – and delusional, if the designers actually believe the blades don’t get dull.

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