@ircon96@1DisabledWarVet Other combinations popped into my head after I hit send. It was waaay past my bedtime, so there was too big of a delay for brain processing before hitting send.
I’m not even sure this makes sense…
I bought some like these many mehs ago. I’ve never had such a clean nose, it was like being a baby again. The issue was when it started growing back, it’s itchy and makes me sneeze so now I obsessively trim them and I wish I could go back to being the nose hair guy but it’s just too scratchy it makes me tear up and I want to die. Help.
@dpease I have a different version of their nose hair trimmers that have a metal frame that come with a lifetime warranty. I had one die and there was no hassle in getting it replaced. They asked for my Amazon order ID to confirm I’d bought it along with my address and shipped the replacement out the same day.
@ThyProphet As you get older nose & ear hairs tend to go mutant and start growing insanely fast and long. I have to trim my nose hairs every couple of weeks or they grow out of my nostrils. Occasionally I’ll find an ear hair that’s thin enough I missed it when trimming and it’s over an inch long. I also have a few mutant eyebrow hairs that are darker, thicker and grow longer than the normal ones that I have to trim down.
It’s a normal part of aging, although it is rather bizarre to experience.
In for a pair. My 12-year-old, single battery trimmer has been making dying noises, and requires frequent percussive maintenance. I’ll keep one as a back-up, or offer it to Mrs. News, who would never admit to using such a device (but does)…
@MrNews Since my nose hairs went mutant several years ago I’ve gone through a lot of nose hair trimmers and the Toilet Tree branded ones are the absolute best. They have a stainless steel version that comes with a lifetime warranty. I’ve had one replaced under warranty already and it was as simple as “Tell us your Amazon order ID and shipping address.”
The only issue I have with those is they eat batteries. Once the battery’s down to about 75% charge the motor doesn’t spin fast enough. I have a drawer full of 25% used AA batteries I don’t know what to do with. These use two batteries, which hopefully helps with that issue.
@KevinS10 Now I’m wondering if it’s worth trying the hack I suggested farther up, putting a 14500 Li-ion in one side and a pass-through dummy in the other. Initial voltage would be 3.6-3.7V, which ought to put it in Turbo mode, and the cell is rechargeable.
@Barc777 You could always stick some Eneloops in there. But it might not work too well; a comment below says that a different model from this supplier gets anemic well before the battery is exhausted, and Eneloops start off three tenths of a volt lower than alkalines. OTGH, putting a 14500 in one side and a pass-through dummy in the other might take it to Turbo mode…