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Hair Clippers: The Ultimate Guide To Powering Any Clipper Any Where In The World Correctly( 240v to 110v)

The objective of this tutorial is to show you how to power your clippers seamlessly in your country. But let’s get started with a quick science lesson to give you the basics of voltage, currents and frequency. With an understanding of these three things, you’ll have the ability to read any label on any clipper and then take the correct action to get that clipper working without any issues.

Voltage: When we want to power clippers in countries across Europe and South America, the voltage supplied will be anywhere between 220V and 240V. All of these voltages are compatible, which means that you can safely and effectively power a 220 or 230v clipper from a 240v socket or visa versa.

Current: In almost all cases, the current that is passed into the clippers is what’s known as an alternating current (AC). This means that the current is passed back and forth from positive to negative and so on. In simpler terms, you can think of it as rapidly turning on and off, multiple times per second.

Frequency: The final element to be aware of is frequency. Frequency is the number of cycles between on and off per second, referred to as hertz. In the UK, the frequency is 50Hz, which means that there are 50 cycles per second. Of course, because the electricity is moving so quickly, it creates the illusion that there is a constant supply of energy. In America, the typical voltage is 120v and the frequency is 60Hz.

 

Now let’s talk about some of the different tools that are available for helping you with powering your clipper. The first is a step down transformer – this takes the voltage from 240 volts down to 110 volts. It delivers a continuous frequency of 50Hertz. The second thing is an adapter which, in simplistic terms, is a plug changer. You use the adapter to ensure that the plug on your clipper fits into the power outlet. There is no voltage change or frequency change taking place.

The final device is the frequency 60Hz converter. This device takes the voltage down from 220-240v to 110-120v and lifts the frequency from 50Hz to 60Hz. That allows your clippers to run seamlessly. With these three devices, you can power more or less any hair clipper from anywhere in the world. To show you how, I’m going to talk you through a range of different popular tools.

 

Andis Pro Alloy

Let’s start simply with the Andis Pro Alloy, a UK hair clipper. First and foremost, you’ll want to turn it over and check the specifications: this requires 230 volts and 50Hz. As I mentioned before, all voltage outputs between 220 and 240 will be fine. This means that you can simply plug the clipper in and go.

 

Wahl Super Taper

Slightly more complicated is powering the European version of the Wahl Super Taper. Once again, check the specifications – again, this shows that you’ll need 230 volts and 50Hz. The only complication here is the fact that it has a European plug, which won’t go into a UK power outlet. This means that we’ll need the adapter – and you should be able to buy an adapter for whatever type of socket used in your own country when necessary.

 

Andis Fade Master

With the Andis Fade Master things are slightly different: checking the specifications I can see that this clipper needs 120 volts of power with a 60Hz cycle. This means that we need to take the voltage down to stop the clipper from blowing up whilst also, ideally, bringing the frequency up.

One option would be to use the standard transformer. This will bring the voltage down, whilst still giving a 50Hz frequency. But if you do that, you’re going to hear a terrible noise coming from your clipper – check out the video to see exactly what I mean. That’s because the Fade Master has a magnetic motor, making it entirely dependent on receiving the right frequency. The alternative is to use the Frequency 60Hz converter. This will take the voltage down to 120, whilst also lifting the frequency, causing the Fade Master to run nice and smoothly, just as if you were running it from America: check out the video to see the difference for yourself!

 

Cordless Trimmers and Clippers

When you’re powering cordless clippers, things are slightly different. The first thing to be aware of is the fact that cordless clippers are not frequency dependent. However, you still need to be careful to ensure that you are powering them correctly.

With a Wahl Cordless Clipper, you have a strict power requirement of 120 volts. This means that you need to use a standard transformer to bring the voltage down – you can buy one which also acts as a UK to US adapter. This will charge the clipper without risk of it blowing up.

With an Andis Cordless Trimmer such as the Slimline Pro Li, the label tells you that it can run on a power supply with 100-240 volts on 50 or 60Hz. This is great because it means that you can run it successfully on any power supply across the world so long as you have the correct plug adapter. It’s also perfectly fine to still use the transformer if this is the only adapter that you have. Again, that will allow you to charge you Slimline Pro Li safely and effectively.

 

I hope you found this demonstration helpful! If you do have any questions, feel free to leave a comment or get in touch. The most important thing is that, now you can read the clipper’s label clearly yourself, you’ll be able to understand what any clipper’s power requirements are.

You can also take a look at this older video if you’d like to understand more about why some US clippers make that terrible racket when not powered correctly – and don’t forget to subscribe to the channel for even more great tips.

 

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David Thomas talks barbering and U.S. hair clipper voltage converters (220v to 110v 60hz)

David Thomas, also known by his aliases Mr. HiLo and David Stylist, is the barber best known for creating the HiLo Fade which gained global recognition. He designed it to help his friend and fellow professional barber Julius Caesar show off his iconic head tattoo, but when the internet saw its potential it became the style that helped cement his name as a barbering great. David was one of the barbers performing as part of the Barberlife Expo at this year’s Brighton Tattoo Convention, and that’s where I caught up with him for a quick chat.

David became interested in barbering when he was 20 years old receiving barbering training – and it was this formal education that really inspired him to continue cutting hair as a professional. He told me that the HiLo Fade was born from playing around in the barbershop, trying to find the perfect style for displaying Julius Caesar’s inking. Although that trademark style is probably his number one claim to fame, he has also built his reputation by transferring the skills he learnt cutting coarse hair onto all hair types.

Like a lot of the best barbers, David’s satisfaction comes from seeing his customers leave the chair with a smile. As well as making this happen in America he’s been on two trips to Europe, bringing his styles to clients across the world. I asked him if he had any trouble operating American clippers on his first trip to the UK:

“My Wahls would turn on, but they would shake and rattle, and make this weird noise – couldn’t use those … it wasn’t good!”

He also told me that US clippers give a faster, smoother cut than their UK equivalents, or at least they do when they’re working properly! On his second tour he was expecting to have problems again, but I provided a Frequency60Hz converter to solve the problem of power and speed. This certainly did the job, and made everything work as though it was plugged into an outlet back in America. The Frequency60Hz has great benefits for American barbers who want to take their work abroad, and its slick design makes it perfect for using just about anywhere!

His message to other barbers is contact Larry the Barber Man and get a converter! You can find out more about Frequency60Hz by emailing me at info@larrythebarberman.com, and you can also find me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/larrythebarberman/ or http://www.larrythebarberman.com . David’s Instagram account is also well worth following for lots of inspirational material. You can find that at https://instagram.com/davidthomasla/, or visit his website: http://www.davidthomasthebarber.com/.

 

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Karen Quigley talks barbering and U.S. hair clipper voltage converters (220v to 110v 60hz)

Karen Quigley started training to cut hair when she was just 16, and although women’s hairdressing really didn’t suit her, men’s barbering was something she really enjoyed. Now she is able to work for herself, running Byron’s Barbershop – a role that she absolutely loves.

As a female barber in the 70s, Karen found that she had several advantages; when the fashion brought in longer styles and highlights, she had the skills from hairdressing. Right now, those hairdressing skills are coming in really handy for cutting the popular pompadour style, which has become the style that Karen is all about! She loves the fact that she can blow dry the pompadour to the height that she wants to get it to without having to rely on hair products.

Karen loves taking inspiration from other barbers on Instagram, following both up and coming youngsters and the vintage barbers. Her current favourite is definitely Carl Classic, from Smiths Barbers, although she also loves following Total Barber and the London Academy of Barbers to see the new professionals and new styles. After 40 years in the business, Karen has seen a lot of changes in the barbering world – going through “some of the worst hairstyles imaginable!” Now she thinks that it’s probably the best time for barbering in the UK, with great styles and – most importantly – a whole lot of passion. I found it especially inspiring to hear how Karen has loved every moment of her job, never once getting tired of it throughout her entire set of 40 years. She told me: “even if I won the lottery I’d still be here!”

She’s also seen the way that barbers are cutting hair change, and confesses that she still can’t get to grips with the idea of starting at the bottom of a fade. For Karen it makes more sense to do it the way she was taught –start with the longer hair and work down – although she certainly doesn’t object to younger barbers finding new ways to cut hair! She gets her inspiration from having lovely clientele, and from always learning from the new barbers that join her shop. I also asked her if she has a “Ninja Trick” to pass on to the new generation, and she gave me some fantastic words of wisdom: “Not a ninja trick as such, I would just say have respect for your clients, look after your clients… keep your shop friendly and be polite. Customer service will keep you up there.”

Recently Byron’s Barbershop has switched to American clippers, and the change has been enormous. The US clippers offer a completely different barbering experience, and Karen believes that they can give a lot more confidence, especially when it comes to fading. She would never go back to her old clippers now, and adds that the Frequency60hz converter is essential for taking the noise level down and ensuring that everything is safe. Her message to other barbers is that if you choose American clippers with a Frequency60hz converter, “you won’t look back”.

As a final question I wanted to hear about Karen’s funniest stories from 40 years of barbering. She told me that often the funniest moment comes from people trying to describe what they want – from the French colleague who used to ask clients “how do have it off” to the men who come in and ask for a “medium” haircut, there are a lot of opportunities for things to get lost in translation!

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Frank Rimer talks barbering and U.S. Hair Clippers

Frank Rimer is the London based barber also well known by his Instagram pseudonym – Frank Glorified. When I caught up with him at the shop he works in, Sharps London, one of the first things I asked him about was how he came up with that catchy name. Like a lot of the best things it was a moment of spontaneous inspiration: Frank told me that he wanted to give himself a slightly catchier name than ‘Rimer’, so he went with Glorified and it just seemed to stick.

He also told me about his journey into barbering – he started as a unisex barber in his home town of Maidstone, Kent, worked in that area of the business for over 10 years, and finally made the switch to full time barbering around a year and a half ago. Frank finds it difficult to define his style as he likes to stay versatile and keep on top of the latest trends, however he takes a lot of his inspiration from trends and cuts that emphasise hard angles, clean fades and sharp lines, such as rockabilly pompadours and afro styles.

Thy Barber is Frank Glorified’s original barbering brand, involving pop up barbershops across London, doing events like car shows and bike shows. Thanks to popular demand, he has also started working on educating the next generation of top barbers, and this will be the focus of his new collaborative project, The Art of Barbering. He gets the most satisfaction from seeing a client return to him after really enjoying the experience of their first cut – not just appreciating the art of his barbering but also the vibe of the shop, the banter and the chance to get away from the stresses of everyday life.

Probably the most enjoyable aspect of barbering for Frank is the ability to travel with his work, and he told me that “it really is one of those things where you can call it a trade, because you can take that set of scissors or those clippers with you anywhere in the world with a bit of pocket money, and that will see you through.” One of the countries that Frank’s travelling took him too was Canada, and there he was able to compare the power from the Frequency60hz converter with a genuine 110v/60hz power supply – and it seems that the frequency 60hz product was doing its job, as he could barely tell the difference!

Frank prefers to use American clippers because they are more durable, more powerful and stronger – with UK clippers he was having to change the blades and replace the clippers themselves far more regularly. However, before he made the switch to the Frequency60hz converter he found that his Fast Feeds clipper would sometimes snag and although he acknowledges that it’s best not to cut wet hair, on the occasions when this was necessary his clippers would also snag. Once he made the switch, these problems were eliminated – and he also likes the slim, easily transportable design of the converter.

Here’s his final word on the Frequency60Hz converter:

“I think that if you were to use a normal converter it’s going to eventually break your clipper, because of the rattling… I think the housings going to break and all the nuts and bolts might come loose. I think if you’re using one of these converters here, they’re running true – it’s actually going to make your clippers last a lot longer.”

If you want to know more about Frank Glorious, catch him on Instagram: www.instagram.com/frank_glorified, a great place to find barbering inspiration! You can also find me on Instagram, http://www.instagram.com/larrythebarberman, or email me directly at info@larrythebarberman.com

 

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Choosing the Best U.S. 110V Hair Clippers to Use in Europe

10831796_1029445920404539_1369222135_nWhether you’re a professional barber or just an everyday hair clipper user, you no doubt have a favourite hair clipping tool. And once you’ve found a reliable and durable clipper that you love, nothing else will do. For many professional barbers, their preferred clippers are American models.

Unfortunately, clippers manufactured for use in the U.S. can be a hassle because of differences in electricity outputs in Europe. If you don’t use the correct power converter, the motor will operate improperly and the tool won’t work well. You also run the risk if ruining your hair clipper completely. This can easily be remedied by investing in a quality voltage and frequency converter, such as the Frequency60Hz international voltage and frequency converter.

If you are overwhelmed by the number of clippers on the market and don’t know how to pick the best one to use in Europe, you’re in good company. A lot of people have trouble weeding out the good from the bad. That’s why I’ve come up with this blog to help you find the best clipper—the one that’s right for you.

What is a hair clipper?

A hair clipper cuts a large volume of hair, as opposed to a hair trimmer that cuts a small amount of hair at a time. Hair clippers are used to remove a lot of hair at once (bulk cutting), but a hair trimmer is designed for simpler tasks like detailing, tapering, and refining. Neither should be confused with a shaver, which is used to remove hair closer to the skin.

Why choose a U.S. hair clipper over a U.K. hair clipper?

It’s widely known that American hair clippers are superior hair cutting tools. They provide the very best performance and the very best results. That’s because they are manufactured with better material in the USA and not China and they operate on a 60hz cycle as opposed to a 50hz cycle.

You’ll also find that the range of clippers available in the U.S. is greater than the selection in Europe. With a wider range of tools, you also get a broader range of blades to do a variety of barbering duties, which translates to better fades, better lines, and cleaner cuts.

Understanding your clipper’s motor

A professional barber especially needs a powerful motor that won’t fail, no matter how hard the clipper works. That’s why is so important for you to understand what kind of motor is powering your clippers, and what kind of motor you need for the work you intend to do.

Electric hair clippers have either a magnetic motor, a pivot motor or a rotary motor. Magnetic motors are the most common and are satisfactory for general, everyday use. But sometimes magnetic motors will vibrate and create noise because the blades move very fast. This, of course, lends itself well to a smooth cut. A pivot motor is a better choice to cut thicker, heavier hair because the blade has a higher force. This allows it to have a more precise cut. A rotary motor has a higher torque and a high speed blade speed. It’s versatile enough to be use on wet or thick hair, which makes it the preferred motor for professional use.

 

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Choosing the right attachment guide

Attachment guides are guide combs that range from 1/16 of an inch to one inch. Once it’s been decided how short the hair should be cut, the appropriate guide is attached to the electric clipper to ensure an even cut.

Which blade should I use?

The sizes of hair clipper blades range from 0.2mm to 13mm and are made of high-carbon steel (though some are made of certified zirconium oxide, which conducts less heat, while others are made of titanium). Most, if not all, are designed to be self-sharpening.

When you are shopping for a new hair clipper, be sure to educate yourself on the attachments and accessories that come with the tool. Choosing a hair clipper that comes with multiple blades and attachment guides provides versatility, but only if you understand the numbers. For those choosing a hair clipper for professional use, you must understand the capabilities of each blade and how to select the appropriate attachment guide for each specific client.

 

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Maintenance is key

To ensure your hair clipper runs at peak performance, you must invest some time in regular maintenance. You’ll find most of the things you need to maintain your hair clipper right in the box, including lubricant, a brush, and an operator’s manual.

Hair clipper blades operate much like scissors (though at a much faster speed). It’s common for the blades to overheat, particularly if they haven’t been well lubricated first. Make sure you lubricate the blades of your hair clipper often to ensure the blades cut smoothly and the minimize friction, which can cause the unit to overheat. Never substitute cooking oil for blade lubricant, and always make sure you clean your blades with a small brush before applying no more than three drops of lubricant. Remember to wipe the blade with a dry cloth afterwards.

 

Get comfortable and choose wisely

Hair clippers’ designs vary quite a bit. Find the one that is comfortable for you to hold and use. What you’re looking for is a tool that is ergonomically designed. If you aren’t comfortable holding it, you’ll have a hard time using it.

And choose your hair clipper wisely. Consider how you’ll be using it and how often. If you’re only going to be using the clipper on yourself a handful of times a year, you likely don’t need the same model a professional barber would use.

The top 5 corded hair clippers

Oster 76076-010 Classic 76 Professional Hair Clipper

1With its Cryogen-x blades and powerful universal motor, the Oster 76076-010 is the perfect clipper for barbers. It’s a well-built and well-engineered hair clipper with a powerful universal motor can cut through dry or wet and thick, high density hair. It comes with two detachable blades (#000 and #1) that are quick and easy to change and adjust, plus lubricant, clipper grease, a blade guard, and a cleaning brush. The Classic 76’s heavy duty performance stands above other clippers in terms of reliability and durability, making it a perfect choice for anyone who will be using it regularly.

Oster Professional 76023-510 Fast Feed Clipper with Adjustable Blade

4The Oster Profesional 76023-510 is lighter than the Oster Classic 76 which makes it more user friendly and a better choice for novices and semi-professionals. It has a silent pivot motor and performs well with adjustable blades (1/50-inch to 3/32-inch), but it’s not intended for cutting and shaving mustaches or beards.

In terms of quality and longevity, this clipper scores well. In addition to quiet operation, a slower blade speed means the tool runs cool, even for several minutes. It’s best for short to medium length hair and can be used on wet or dry hair.

Andis Master Clipper (01557)

2With a powerful magnetic motor and high-quality carbon steel blades, the Andis Master Clipper (01557) is a great choice for professionals just starting out. It’s best for short, thick, dry hair—but be prepared to apply oil before each use: the carbon steel blades will heat up quickly and you’ll need to stay on top of that.

Wahl Senior 5 star series

5If you’re in the market for strong, durable clippers, the Walk Senior 5 Star series is what you’re looking for. With an adjustable, angled blade, you’ll have no problem with close cuts and perfect results. Best of all, they are reliable and will last the whole day without a hiccup.

Andis Phat Masters

3With a powerful, magnetic motor that generates 14,000 cutting strokes per minute, the Andis Phat Masters is ideal for shorter cuts and fading and can even handle longer hair lengths up to a #2 blade. There’s no need for multiple blades with this versatile unit: A single lever adjusts the clipper blades from #1A to #2.

 

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Champ’s London Barbers: Talk Barbering and Equipment

Champ’s Barbers is a friendly well-sized barbershop with five highly skilled barbers at the ready to deliver the haircut you are looking for. This great shop is situated just five minutes by foot from Oxford circus underground tube station in London England.

When entering the shop you a greeted with a bright smile and a warm handshake from the shops owner “Champ”, as he likes to be called depending what stage he is at with a haircut.

Champ’s shop has so much boxing memorabilia is it like walking into a stunningly pleasant left hook to the body and right cross to the head. There isn’t time to get through the many things to see in one visit because it is similar to having visited a boxing museum. Champ is obsessed with being the best and surrounding himself with the best there is.

I think this is the reason his shop works 90% with American clippers as it has been said by many they are far superior to the hair clippers and trimmers produced in Europe and the rest of the world.

In the past this fixation with American tools caused slight limitations, for Champ and his merry men would not always get the greatest performance from the previously used brand of 240v to 110v power converters. There were frequency differences between the American 60 hertz And Europe’s 50 hertz, at all five of the barbers cutting stations.

Since Champ’s Barbers have discovered the accuracy of the Frequency 60hz 240v to 110v 60hz voltage and frequency converter all five of the men’s previous brands have been removed from their workstations. Replaced with the Frequency60hz converters, the barbers are free to power any U.S. hair clipper or trimmer they please.
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Teddy “Boy” Gregg

Teddy “Boy” Gregg is a Los Angeles based barber who has amassed a huge global following on social media websites such as Instragram and Facebook . He has become popular because of his infectious passion for barbering, his passion to be the best of the best, and his outspoken views on the whole industry itself. He is a friendly jokester with a mind boggling $70,000 art collection he carries everywhere in the form of personal tattoos.
I followed Teddy for two days, between London and Birmingham, to see this all American maverick in action with our product the Frequency 60hz International Voltage and Frequency 240v to 110v 60hz converter. He has used the Frequency 60hz along with a US four outlet extension cord to power his American hair clippers and trimmers throughout his European tour . Every clipper is on the ready at all times.
Teddy meets and greets his clients to find out their preferences then he immediately turns the client away from the mirror as he believes the mirror is the guide for his lines which can not always be seen at close proximity ,if you want to create a masterpieces. Teddy will then go into the zone, where he has intent in his eyes, suggesting he going produce something special. This intense focus continues until the foundation of his work is complete and the hair style Outlinners is ready for finishing.
At this point Teddy starts with his crazy mummy walks, out of this world discussion, and fantastic stories about his colourful life. This all takes place at the mid finishing stages of the cut. Just before Teddy finishes hae slips back into the zone, to finish the great hair cut that he initially started to produce.
I believe Teddy to be the genuine article when it comes to barbering. The barbershops he visited all listened to his every word when it came to cutting techniques and tools needed to get a desirable result. The clients he cut were as happy as Larry was of their hair when they left the barber shops
Whether you are a barber or Joe public I would highly recommend a cut with Teddy “Boy” Gregg. Put it on your bucket list.

 

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Loud Noise Fix for Wahl hair trimmer

Ever wondered how disappointing it can be travelling overseas with an under-performing Wahl hair trimmer? Performing simple grooming tasks needs high level comfort to make sure the time and effort is well worth it. The 110v to 220v converter delivers an exceptional grooming experience when you combine it with your Wahl trimmer to trim, cut or make a clean and smooth shave. The problem faced by most travellers is finding the perfect high-end converter that converts both voltage and frequency. The Frequency 60Hz International frequency and voltage does it effortlessly for you.

The set power standards in the U.S. differs with other parts of the world, therefore the need for an automated power converter that ensures your tool will perform normally in different power rates. Regular travellers from U.S. to Europe are the most affected since U.S. electronics uses a 110v and 60Hz power output while Europe and other parts of the world uses a 220v and 50Hz power output. This power difference makes your Wahl trimmer to perform poorly and become noisy. However, with the 110v to 220v converter, you’ll be in a position to use your hair trimmer conveniently without any performance and noise issues. You’ve got a performance booster and a loud noise fix for your Wahl trimmer.

With the automated capability, durability and ease of use the Frequency 60Hz International frequency and voltage converter remains incomparable in terms of performance. One significant distinguishing feature of the travel converter from other market converters is that it can convert voltage from 220v to 110v and frequency from 50Hz to 60Hz and vice versa. This flexibility is what gives it an upper hand as opposed to other converters.

Uplift your overseas shaving experience with an internationally top-rated grooming tool that’s crafted to perfection, delivering effective performance and admirable satisfaction. Additionally, it has portable design that’s easy to use. Time has come for you to stop worrying about a noisy trimmer because you now have a loud noise fix. Just buy your own Frequency 60Hz converter that will work perfectly with all hair trimming brands.

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Best Loud Noise fix for the Wahl groomsman

The reason everyone who uses a Wahl Groomsman needs the transformer 220v to 110v is because no one needs a half-done job. Most converters are used in the sense that they only convert voltage but fail to convert frequency, and that becomes a problem for travelers. Your grooming tool is missing a component to deliver the daily expected clean cut and is the reason why you end up with frustrations and discomfort. The Frequency 60Hz international frequency and voltage converter is here to handle all your problems.

The power converter is designed to match the voltage and frequency standards in the new region to its specific requirements. The Wahl Groomsman is tuned to perform best at its set power output standard specified by the manufacturer but, with this high-end converter, the grooming experience will be the same even when used in a dissimilar location with unrelated power output.

The problem with using your hair clipper with a dissimilar power output is that it’ll under-perform and moreover it will be noisy just like any other motorized tool. This is a common case for those people who travel in and out of the U.S. to other parts of the world such as Europe which use dissimilar power standards. You need a top-notch Frequency 60 Hz power converter as your loud noise fix and performance enhancer. It’s automated to adjust and deliver the precise voltage and frequency output for your Wahl Groomsman to function as per the set standards by the manufacturer.

The 220v to 110v converter is portable to carry around and easy to use, offering astounding functionality. If you need a loud noise fix and have the same American shaving experience you need to grab your own Frequency 60Hz converter. You may think that by tuning your grooming tool manually you will improve its performance, but instead you’ll just ruin it. Backed with a money-back guarantee, the 220v to 110v transformer is a state-of-the-art power converter that has been approved globally, so why not try it?

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Best Loud Noise Fix for Wahl Professional Clippers

It’s hectic to effectively search for a high-end transformer 220v to 110v for your grooming needs. This is due to the fact that the industry offers different hair clippers that only under-perform but offer unlimited services too. They only convert voltage but fail to offer frequency conversions. The result is an under-performing and noisy clipper that won’t be in capacity to offer the desired cut. The most affected people are regular travelers between U.S.A and Europe.

In case you have not solved this issue, we have the Frequency 60Hz international frequency and voltage converter for you. This transformer 220v to 110v guarantees flexibility to both voltage and frequency issues with an automated tuning capability to be utilized interchangeably in any region with zero disappointment. Combine this converter with your Wahl Professional Clipper and you’ve a loud noise fix and a new grooming experience.

Designed to deliver world-class comfort all across the globe, the Frequency 60Hz best suits the American who regularly travels overseas, and offers an unmatched voltage and frequency conversion. It acts as a loud noise fix and performance booster for your Wahl professional clipper. This offers a similar grooming experience as if you were using your clipper back at your American home. Irrespective of the clipping brand you use, the power converter will still work effectively in offering a uniform power conversion and loud noise fix.

Once you obtain your Frequency 60Hz International frequency and voltage converter you can use your Wahl clipper or any other motorized hair clipping tool anywhere in the world. It offers exceptional services and is a good performer. Ignore when people say you can open and tune your tool to the preferred performance levels, this will result in disappointment as you will only damage it and terminate the warranty.

If you’re a regular traveller who uses a high-end grooming tool like the Wahl Professional clippers, then you definitely need the Frequency 60Hz converter to improve your grooming needs to the desired level.

For additional information visit this link and learn more about the international voltage and frequency converter benefits and why you need it as a regular busy traveller. To communicate with us call +442071935415.

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