And if you don’t want to buy these may I then suggest chemo? Many kinds of that removes nose hair, body hair, head hair, eyebrows and eyelashes… oops that might be going too far… Actually you need some nose hair as it keeps snot from dripping out and looking like a kid who doesn’t ever blow their nose.
@Kidsandliz, what about that pesky public, or rather, pubic hair¿ BTW, why not just avoid being like a snoot nose kid & simply blow the nose? I have to blow mine often because my nose runs due to the side-effect of eating hot Serrano Peppers with my meals! That Will do it everytime!🌶🌶
@hchavers, they are able to hack into your devices 'cause of the terms, and cookies you signed off on & agreed to! You didn’t know you fucked up when you gave them Very, Very sweeping permission to stalk, spy, terrorize, screw & destroy your life, even burn your house & blow up your vehicles? Damn Son!! You do remember you Did give them your credit, and, or debit card information don’t you, man! Jeez!!
What the “hey” is electronic about these nose clippers? How many transistors or semiconductors are contained within these miniature, but motorized shears?
Or, if I understand the definition of “electronic” which means of or with electrons as a minor definition beyond that of the first. which relates to the use of transistors and semiconductors, does that mean me nose and ear hair are sheared by a stream of errant electrons, which is also called a current?
Please explain or better yet, justify the use of the word “electronic” with respect to a battery powered electric motorized rotary scissors.
AFAIK there is no flippin’ way these are electronic as opposed to electric.
@Jackinga I would venture to guess these contain at least a BJT or MOSFET or two in the power control circuitry (ie: motor driver). They also certainly have a voltage regulator that is surely electronic in design as opposed to transformer based.
But again, that’s just a guess.
@Jackinga “Electronic” was originally applied to vacuum tubes and their effects.
if the user sticks this device in any “tube”-like orifice, or operates it with a vacuum in the space where their brain should be, wouldn’t that then make it “electronic”?
@Jackinga@macromeh Hmm maybe they also give you a meh tattoo on the inside of your nose so you can get a free irk. Then each time they also take an electronic photo and post it for you electronically since it also remembers your log in. I bet that’s it. It’s for those who don’t want either nose hair or a tattoo anywhere someone can see it.
If you have ever clipped your nose hair, then you know to never do it again. It grows back stubbly and itches like holy hell. Nothing improves your appearance more than rubbing your nose continuously.
Just don’t do it.
@2many2no my nose hair grows 1 or 2mm further out the base of my nose each year I live. Without trimming, if I’m blessed with age, by the time I’m 80 my nose hair will be in the way when I need to pee.
For me it’s not the hair IN MY NOSE I want to cut, it’s the hair that comes out my nose.
Yikes, what a gift… Yucko. Maybe good for an Old Man. BTW, Nose hairs don’t just keep your nose from dripping. Those hairs keep things from going up your Nose. So, Hairs certainly don’t need to stick out, like an Old Man’s ears… Muhahaha. So, trim some, leave the rest. Except for the ears… Kill them All!!! And Mehrry Christmas Everyone!!! Kind of shocked this was the Chosen Gift for Today… Meh
I have one of these! It’s very good. Been using it for like 2 years and no snagged hairs ripped out, it’s easy to clean, it’s quiet, it’s reliable. It has a weedy little amber LED which is completely purposeless unless you’re in the habit of trimming your nose hair at the bottom of a deep unlit cave where all you have is your trimmer and a mirror.
Luckily I am in that habit so it’s perfect for me. Also works on eyebrows!