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Flowbee Haircutting System
Flowbee Haircutting System

Flowbee Haircutting System

Flowbee Haircutting System
Flowbee Haircutting System
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Features

  • Quickly attaches to Most Vacuums with Ease
  • Save Hundreds of Dollars in Haircuts
  • A Perfect Cut Every Time. Great for The Entire Family
  • This Product has Manufacturer's warranty. So please contact Manufacturer if any issue.
  • Vacuum not included. Spacer color may vary.This product is for human being only. It's not suggested for pets.

Description

Flowbee Haircutting System Money-saver for the entire family ! Over a million satisfied customers have used it for years. Provides a precise haircut every time. Flowbee System attaches to a vacuum cleaner (not included, needs to be 3 hp or 8 amps to pull hair through the cutting blades.) Can cut as short as 1/2", long as 6". Short layered, wedged, tapered and single-length cuts. Includes: Flowbee head with hose; AC 120V transformer; 10 spacers for desired hair length; Bottle of lubricant; Universal vacuum hose adapter; User's guide, start saving cash on cuts now! Flowbee Haircutting System. Spacer color may vary.


Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B000PPBSTC


UPC: 735162637008


Item model number: Haircutting machine


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,342 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care) #269 in Hair Clippers & Accessories


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Features

  • Quickly attaches to Most Vacuums with Ease
  • Save Hundreds of Dollars in Haircuts
  • A Perfect Cut Every Time. Great for The Entire Family
  • This Product has Manufacturer's warranty. So please contact Manufacturer if any issue.
  • Vacuum not included. Spacer color may vary.This product is for human being only. It's not suggested for pets.

Description

Flowbee Haircutting System Money-saver for the entire family ! Over a million satisfied customers have used it for years. Provides a precise haircut every time. Flowbee System attaches to a vacuum cleaner (not included, needs to be 3 hp or 8 amps to pull hair through the cutting blades.) Can cut as short as 1/2", long as 6". Short layered, wedged, tapered and single-length cuts. Includes: Flowbee head with hose; AC 120V transformer; 10 spacers for desired hair length; Bottle of lubricant; Universal vacuum hose adapter; User's guide, start saving cash on cuts now! Flowbee Haircutting System. Spacer color may vary.


Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B000PPBSTC


UPC: 735162637008


Item model number: Haircutting machine


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,342 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care) #269 in Hair Clippers & Accessories


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Quickly attaches to Most Vacuums with Ease
  • Save Hundreds of Dollars in Haircuts
  • A Perfect Cut Every Time. Great for The Entire Family
  • This Product has Manufacturer's warranty. So please contact Manufacturer if any issue.
  • Vacuum not included. Spacer color may vary.This product is for human being only. It's not suggested for pets.

Description

Flowbee Haircutting System Money-saver for the entire family ! Over a million satisfied customers have used it for years. Provides a precise haircut every time. Flowbee System attaches to a vacuum cleaner (not included, needs to be 3 hp or 8 amps to pull hair through the cutting blades.) Can cut as short as 1/2", long as 6". Short layered, wedged, tapered and single-length cuts. Includes: Flowbee head with hose; AC 120V transformer; 10 spacers for desired hair length; Bottle of lubricant; Universal vacuum hose adapter; User's guide, start saving cash on cuts now! Flowbee Haircutting System. Spacer color may vary.


Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B000PPBSTC


UPC: 735162637008


Item model number: Haircutting machine


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,342 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care) #269 in Hair Clippers & Accessories


abunda_amazon_reviews On Jan 19, 2015, Flo, as she was affectionately known in our house, died. But she died on the job, amazingly just as she completed her last cut. I took her apart and tried to revive, but lo and behold the cam that connects the motor to the blades had sheared, leaving resuscitation impossible. However, the motor was still running. RIP~~~1992-2015. Twenty three years old. With at least one cut a month that is 276 cuts. Bought her on sale for $59. You do the math, based on how much a person would spend on hair cuts in your area, for how much I saved. But the savings is not the best thing. I did not have to make appointments, spend time in a salon, did not have to leave the house, it is fast (5 minutes at best), no tips, and as good a cut as I would have received anywhere based on my style of cut. Plus I can keep my hair with that just cut look as often as I want. Now if you do unusual tapering or cutting, it can be done with this, but it would take more time, and may require the help of another person. So I was hoping they still made these, and although the look has changed over the years, I was glad I found out it was still available. Since 1992 I found that there are other possibilites of this format available. I checked them out and still came back to the Flowbee. Some people here complain about the quality of the materials. From what I observed, I have found that criticism to be unfounded. Although time will tell if it holds up as well as the old one I guess. I have enclosed a picture to show the difference in design (new on left), but the plastic casing should hold up as well the old one under normal use. I do not think either would survive a drop on a hard surface. I agree, the plastic spacers should be of better quality, but they are the same material as my old ones, and they lasted 23 years. Yes, some of the old ones did break, but I was able to use glue or tape to repair them. I do not know if it was a mistake, but this new Flowbee came with two sets of spacers. I am going to still use my old ones until they totally give out, as they still fit the new unit perfectly. As far as how the new Flowbee works, it seems to cut as well or better than my old one. One would hope so as the blades should be sharper. No complaints here. If you are new to this system, make sure you use the oil supplied to lube the blades at least every other cut. The oil they supply should last the lifetime of the unit, as I still have some left over from the old one. One other thing I like is that the new one has a hose adapter that makes it easier to connect to my shopvac. By the way, if you want the most even cut possible, make sure your shopvac is at least 2 HP. I actually use the one in my shop and it is 5.5 HP. Draws the hair up to be cut accurately and as fast as possible. My kids did not call it the "suck cut" for nothing. So if you would like a hair cut that takes about 5 minutes, costs practically nothing, this may be the unit for you, and if it lasts another 23 years, I'll probably be dead or bald anyway.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;As Good as the Old Model as Far as I can Tell;;RevDrRon;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1SIEDV2BJU3XE/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B000PPBSTC;;;Are you the kind of person that likes to experiment with different hair styles and lengths? If so, the Flowbee IS NOT for you. However, if you like your current haircut and just want to easily maintain it, then the Flowbee is pretty much just perfect. The first time I used the Flowbee, I was taking off several inches worth of hair. It took FOREVER. It would suck up a big lock of hair, and pretty much choke. It took many, many passes of much smaller locks for it to effectively cut. I dislike getting haircuts. I'm not a big fan of strangers invading my personal space for extended periods of time. Engaging in idle chit-chat isn't my forté either. I also really, really dislike the feeling of cut hair on my neck and face. It's so itchy that I can barely sit still. On top of that, getting a haircut is just so time consuming. It takes at least an hour. Drive to the place, wait. They wash your hair. They cut your hair. You spend five minutes sitting still while they try and sell you "product." You then drive home as fast as you can and jump into the shower so you can wash off tiny shards of hair. I'd put off getting haircuts for months until I looked like I was auditioning for an 80s tribute hair-band. The Flowbee keeps me looking tidy and professional. With setup, and then putting everything away, it takes me 10 minutes to maintain my current haircut. For me, other than the time savings, the best part is not having itchy cut hair on my neck and face. So yeah, I'm a pretty big fan of the Flowbee. However… I have no idea how long the unit itself will last. It doesn't look particularly durable. The plastics don't seem to be of great quality. The plastic for the spacers is just awful. It's so brittle that you just know it's going to break. That's another reason you won't be experimenting with different hairstyles - the spacers won't be able to handle it. It's better just to set up the couple of spacers you'll need to maintain your hair and not bother with the rest. They really need to replace the acrylic-like spacers with cheap opaque ABS plastic. There's no real need to for the spacers to be transparent. It may look neat on the informercials to see hair get sucked up, but there's no practical benefit. PSA Direct from the manufacturer, the Flowbee is $80 + shipping. As of August, 2017 it is $130 with free shipping from Amazon and "Hot As Seen On TV Products.";;Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;More of a hair "maintenance" system;;SraN;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3A8OGWP7FCURV/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B000PPBSTC;;;First, my son likes it because of not having any poky hairs, it does a good job of vacuuming away all of the hair as you use the device. For a basic easy or DIY haircut, this works ok (not perfectly). My son has very thick hair with alot of curl to it. I think the ideal hair type would be very straight hair. A few tips I have learned: Use it frequently. If on a short haircut, use it every other week and it takes a lot less time. If the hair has gotten long, you will first need to use a longer attachment to cut it down, and then a shorter attachment. I have not had much luck with really trying to get a precise tapered haircut. I have better luck just getting a haircut that doesn't look freshly cut, just looks like a neat haircut. My son likes that look rather than sharp edges and a precise style. I suppose if a person had fleas or lice it might actually suck those away. lol As far as the method I use, I use both a sort of 'bumping/pouncing" motion as well as just a vacuum motion. The longer the hair, you have to use more of a pouncing / up and down the hair shaft rather than around the head. It's fun. Kids will love it. If I needed to keep my own hair short, I would use it once a week and always have a nice haircut.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;It work, but for certain types of hair it works better and there are things you need to know;;Sharin;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1Q3T8YYIQFU5Y/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B000PPBSTC

Shipping

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By RevDrRon - Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2015
As Good as the Old Model as Far as I can Tell
On Jan 19, 2015, Flo, as she was affectionately known in our house, died. But she died on the job, amazingly just as she completed her last cut. I took her apart and tried to revive, but lo and behold the cam that connects the motor to the blades had sheared, leaving resuscitation impossible. However, the motor was still running. RIP~~~1992-2015. Twenty three years old. With at least one cut a month that is 276 cuts. Bought her on sale for $59. You do the math, based on how much a person would spend on hair cuts in your area, for how much I saved. But the savings is not the best thing. I did not have to make appointments, spend time in a salon, did not have to leave the house, it is fast (5 minutes at best), no tips, and as good a cut as I would have received anywhere based on my style of cut. Plus I can keep my hair with that just cut look as often as I want. Now if you do unusual tapering or cutting, it can be done with this, but it would take more time, and may require the help of another person. So I was hoping they still made these, and although the look has changed over the years, I was glad I found out it was still available. Since 1992 I found that there are other possibilites of this format available. I checked them out and still came back to the Flowbee. Some people here complain about the quality of the materials. From what I observed, I have found that criticism to be unfounded. Although time will tell if it holds up as well as the old one I guess. I have enclosed a picture to show the difference in design (new on left), but the plastic casing should hold up as well the old one under normal use. I do not think either would survive a drop on a hard surface. I agree, the plastic spacers should be of better quality, but they are the same material as my old ones, and they lasted 23 years. Yes, some of the old ones did break, but I was able to use glue or tape to repair them. I do not know if it was a mistake, but this new Flowbee came with two sets of spacers. I am going to still use my old ones until they totally give out, as they still fit the new unit perfectly. As far as how the new Flowbee works, it seems to cut as well or better than my old one. One would hope so as the blades should be sharper. No complaints here. If you are new to this system, make sure you use the oil supplied to lube the blades at least every other cut. The oil they supply should last the lifetime of the unit, as I still have some left over from the old one. One other thing I like is that the new one has a hose adapter that makes it easier to connect to my shopvac. By the way, if you want the most even cut possible, make sure your shopvac is at least 2 HP. I actually use the one in my shop and it is 5.5 HP. Draws the hair up to be cut accurately and as fast as possible. My kids did not call it the "suck cut" for nothing. So if you would like a hair cut that takes about 5 minutes, costs practically nothing, this may be the unit for you, and if it lasts another 23 years, I'll probably be dead or bald anyway.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By SraN - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2017
More of a hair "maintenance" system
Are you the kind of person that likes to experiment with different hair styles and lengths? If so, the Flowbee IS NOT for you. However, if you like your current haircut and just want to easily maintain it, then the Flowbee is pretty much just perfect. The first time I used the Flowbee, I was taking off several inches worth of hair. It took FOREVER. It would suck up a big lock of hair, and pretty much choke. It took many, many passes of much smaller locks for it to effectively cut. I dislike getting haircuts. I'm not a big fan of strangers invading my personal space for extended periods of time. Engaging in idle chit-chat isn't my forté either. I also really, really dislike the feeling of cut hair on my neck and face. It's so itchy that I can barely sit still. On top of that, getting a haircut is just so time consuming. It takes at least an hour. Drive to the place, wait. They wash your hair. They cut your hair. You spend five minutes sitting still while they try and sell you "product." You then drive home as fast as you can and jump into the shower so you can wash off tiny shards of hair. I'd put off getting haircuts for months until I looked like I was auditioning for an 80s tribute hair-band. The Flowbee keeps me looking tidy and professional. With setup, and then putting everything away, it takes me 10 minutes to maintain my current haircut. For me, other than the time savings, the best part is not having itchy cut hair on my neck and face. So yeah, I'm a pretty big fan of the Flowbee. However… I have no idea how long the unit itself will last. It doesn't look particularly durable. The plastics don't seem to be of great quality. The plastic for the spacers is just awful. It's so brittle that you just know it's going to break. That's another reason you won't be experimenting with different hairstyles - the spacers won't be able to handle it. It's better just to set up the couple of spacers you'll need to maintain your hair and not bother with the rest. They really need to replace the acrylic-like spacers with cheap opaque ABS plastic. There's no real need to for the spacers to be transparent. It may look neat on the informercials to see hair get sucked up, but there's no practical benefit. PSA Direct from the manufacturer, the Flowbee is $80 + shipping. As of August, 2017 it is $130 with free shipping from Amazon and "Hot As Seen On TV Products."

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Sharin - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2018
It work, but for certain types of hair it works better and there are things you need to know
First, my son likes it because of not having any poky hairs, it does a good job of vacuuming away all of the hair as you use the device. For a basic easy or DIY haircut, this works ok (not perfectly). My son has very thick hair with alot of curl to it. I think the ideal hair type would be very straight hair. A few tips I have learned: Use it frequently. If on a short haircut, use it every other week and it takes a lot less time. If the hair has gotten long, you will first need to use a longer attachment to cut it down, and then a shorter attachment. I have not had much luck with really trying to get a precise tapered haircut. I have better luck just getting a haircut that doesn't look freshly cut, just looks like a neat haircut. My son likes that look rather than sharp edges and a precise style. I suppose if a person had fleas or lice it might actually suck those away. lol As far as the method I use, I use both a sort of 'bumping/pouncing" motion as well as just a vacuum motion. The longer the hair, you have to use more of a pouncing / up and down the hair shaft rather than around the head. It's fun. Kids will love it. If I needed to keep my own hair short, I would use it once a week and always have a nice haircut.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By RevDrRon - Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2015
As Good as the Old Model as Far as I can Tell
On Jan 19, 2015, Flo, as she was affectionately known in our house, died. But she died on the job, amazingly just as she completed her last cut. I took her apart and tried to revive, but lo and behold the cam that connects the motor to the blades had sheared, leaving resuscitation impossible. However, the motor was still running. RIP~~~1992-2015. Twenty three years old. With at least one cut a month that is 276 cuts. Bought her on sale for $59. You do the math, based on how much a person would spend on hair cuts in your area, for how much I saved. But the savings is not the best thing. I did not have to make appointments, spend time in a salon, did not have to leave the house, it is fast (5 minutes at best), no tips, and as good a cut as I would have received anywhere based on my style of cut. Plus I can keep my hair with that just cut look as often as I want. Now if you do unusual tapering or cutting, it can be done with this, but it would take more time, and may require the help of another person. So I was hoping they still made these, and although the look has changed over the years, I was glad I found out it was still available. Since 1992 I found that there are other possibilites of this format available. I checked them out and still came back to the Flowbee. Some people here complain about the quality of the materials. From what I observed, I have found that criticism to be unfounded. Although time will tell if it holds up as well as the old one I guess. I have enclosed a picture to show the difference in design (new on left), but the plastic casing should hold up as well the old one under normal use. I do not think either would survive a drop on a hard surface. I agree, the plastic spacers should be of better quality, but they are the same material as my old ones, and they lasted 23 years. Yes, some of the old ones did break, but I was able to use glue or tape to repair them. I do not know if it was a mistake, but this new Flowbee came with two sets of spacers. I am going to still use my old ones until they totally give out, as they still fit the new unit perfectly. As far as how the new Flowbee works, it seems to cut as well or better than my old one. One would hope so as the blades should be sharper. No complaints here. If you are new to this system, make sure you use the oil supplied to lube the blades at least every other cut. The oil they supply should last the lifetime of the unit, as I still have some left over from the old one. One other thing I like is that the new one has a hose adapter that makes it easier to connect to my shopvac. By the way, if you want the most even cut possible, make sure your shopvac is at least 2 HP. I actually use the one in my shop and it is 5.5 HP. Draws the hair up to be cut accurately and as fast as possible. My kids did not call it the "suck cut" for nothing. So if you would like a hair cut that takes about 5 minutes, costs practically nothing, this may be the unit for you, and if it lasts another 23 years, I'll probably be dead or bald anyway.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By SraN - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2017
More of a hair "maintenance" system
Are you the kind of person that likes to experiment with different hair styles and lengths? If so, the Flowbee IS NOT for you. However, if you like your current haircut and just want to easily maintain it, then the Flowbee is pretty much just perfect. The first time I used the Flowbee, I was taking off several inches worth of hair. It took FOREVER. It would suck up a big lock of hair, and pretty much choke. It took many, many passes of much smaller locks for it to effectively cut. I dislike getting haircuts. I'm not a big fan of strangers invading my personal space for extended periods of time. Engaging in idle chit-chat isn't my forté either. I also really, really dislike the feeling of cut hair on my neck and face. It's so itchy that I can barely sit still. On top of that, getting a haircut is just so time consuming. It takes at least an hour. Drive to the place, wait. They wash your hair. They cut your hair. You spend five minutes sitting still while they try and sell you "product." You then drive home as fast as you can and jump into the shower so you can wash off tiny shards of hair. I'd put off getting haircuts for months until I looked like I was auditioning for an 80s tribute hair-band. The Flowbee keeps me looking tidy and professional. With setup, and then putting everything away, it takes me 10 minutes to maintain my current haircut. For me, other than the time savings, the best part is not having itchy cut hair on my neck and face. So yeah, I'm a pretty big fan of the Flowbee. However… I have no idea how long the unit itself will last. It doesn't look particularly durable. The plastics don't seem to be of great quality. The plastic for the spacers is just awful. It's so brittle that you just know it's going to break. That's another reason you won't be experimenting with different hairstyles - the spacers won't be able to handle it. It's better just to set up the couple of spacers you'll need to maintain your hair and not bother with the rest. They really need to replace the acrylic-like spacers with cheap opaque ABS plastic. There's no real need to for the spacers to be transparent. It may look neat on the informercials to see hair get sucked up, but there's no practical benefit. PSA Direct from the manufacturer, the Flowbee is $80 + shipping. As of August, 2017 it is $130 with free shipping from Amazon and "Hot As Seen On TV Products."

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Sharin - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2018
It work, but for certain types of hair it works better and there are things you need to know
First, my son likes it because of not having any poky hairs, it does a good job of vacuuming away all of the hair as you use the device. For a basic easy or DIY haircut, this works ok (not perfectly). My son has very thick hair with alot of curl to it. I think the ideal hair type would be very straight hair. A few tips I have learned: Use it frequently. If on a short haircut, use it every other week and it takes a lot less time. If the hair has gotten long, you will first need to use a longer attachment to cut it down, and then a shorter attachment. I have not had much luck with really trying to get a precise tapered haircut. I have better luck just getting a haircut that doesn't look freshly cut, just looks like a neat haircut. My son likes that look rather than sharp edges and a precise style. I suppose if a person had fleas or lice it might actually suck those away. lol As far as the method I use, I use both a sort of 'bumping/pouncing" motion as well as just a vacuum motion. The longer the hair, you have to use more of a pouncing / up and down the hair shaft rather than around the head. It's fun. Kids will love it. If I needed to keep my own hair short, I would use it once a week and always have a nice haircut.