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LiceGuard Robi Comb Electronic Lice Comb

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  • Liceguard robi comb electronic lice comb detects and kills lice.
  • It is spares children the discomfort of repeated shampooing.
  • It is a simple & safe answer to getting rid of head lice.
  • As you use your LiceGuard Robi Comb you kill lice.
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 0.8 x 3 inches ; 1.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000P6TF8W
  • UPC: 663580000015
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,322 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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The teeth of this comb are just too widely spaced.
It is really great at zapping lice, it even kills the nymphs that are so small you'd almost certainly miss them in a visual inspection.
Michael P. Card
We have a daughter with long, thick, very fine hair.
Donna L. Moseman

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354 of 367 people found the following review helpful By Isuzan on June 23, 2008
This is my first review - but I had to write this. This is the kind of product I recommend to almost everyone I meet who comes into contact with younger children, especially school nurse and my family doctor - both who said they'd never heard of it! Sadly, I wish I haven't had gazillions of experience with lice, but as a resident "expert" I'll try to explain my predicament and how the Robi-comb saved my sanity and stopped the bug in it's tracks!

First time my two younger girls brought home lice I dealt with it the usual way; nit-picking and lice-shampooing multiple times. Toxic poisons on my kids' heads...just what I wanted. Well, the buggers were hard to get rid of - and I followed the directions; vacuumed like a maniac and washed and dryed until I was exhausted. The girls had them for approx. 6 weeks.

Approximately 1 year later, my daughter came home with them AGAIN. At a friend's suggestion, I bought the robi-comb. Boy, did that thing get a workout! I'm unsure of the timeline, but I managed to rid the girls of the bugs much sooner.

Fast forward to just this spring. Up to this point I had not ever had the bugs myself - just had to deal with them on my girls. Have I mentioned I'm bug-a-phobic? When the school nurse called and told me to pick up my youngest because of lice , I sat down and sobbed. I REALLY hate pulling bugs out of her hair, and the eggs, etc. But, with steely resolve, I went to the task. Luckily (I thought) it was just her and noone else. But, as a hyper-bug-mom, I ran the robi-comb through my hair a few times a day "just to make sure" none had crawled on me.

Surprise, surprise...on DAY FIVE after my baby came home with them, I found one on me. It was so small you would've never caught it without a Robi-comb.
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133 of 155 people found the following review helpful By Annebanana on July 21, 2008
I have a love-hate relationship with the Robi Comb. I think it helped me conquer a lice infestation. It's particularly good at pulling out and alerting me to tiny nymphs that I would have missed on a visual inspection. And when it zaps the lice, it's good to know if I don't get the bugs off the child's head, they're dead and can't bite or reproduce. HOWEVER, I suspected that my kids were reinfested so ran the RobiComb through their hair. Not a blip in the buzzing, so I thought we were home free. Not so! Something was WRONG with Mr. RobiComb, because I checked again later with an ordinary metal lice comb and found lots o'little licey. I got a new rOBIComb and use it, but in conjunction with traditional, non-electric metal combs.
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152 of 180 people found the following review helpful By K. Garrett on September 10, 2009
Lice.. ick! I know, I know. They are annoying, hard to get rid of parasites. If you have ever dealt with them, you know the battle is hard won. But with a Robi Comb in your arsenal, those little buggers don't stand a chance.

Some lice facts I have unfortunately found out- Lice like long hair over short hair, girl hair over boy hair, younger over older and clean over dirty and while nothing is impossible, it is highly improbable that you can catch lice from your family pet. Men can blame the family pet for many things but this is not one of them. Lice can live up to two weeks without feeding on a host. And lastly, the symptoms of mild poisoning from the pesticides in a lot of lice treatments include headaches and nausea and can last about two weeks.

Here's the drill.. your child goes to school, summer resident camp, school overnighter or even a simple slumber party. Next thing you know, they are scratching their head, then everyone else in your house is scratching their heads. No, they are not trying to figure out what to get you for your birthday. You have just been drafted into your own personal war with one of the planet's useless creatures. Lice serve no purpose except to annoy and irritate. After you get over having the heebie jeebies, you need to act quickly and precisely to irradicate your enemy. You need to check and treat every head in your household. If you have a Robi Comb on hand, you are a head of the game. A Robi Comb operates on one AA battery and kills lice with an electric charge, so use it on dry hair only. If you use it on wet hair, you and your family members will be in for a shock... literally. Oh, and try to avoid touching the ears. While it's not going to kill a human, it will make them jump a bit.
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63 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Verity Brown on April 19, 2012
I've had one of these for over 7 years, and it is an EXCELLENT tool for fighting lice...but ONLY if you learn how to use it correctly. (I'm really surprised looking at some of the negative reviews--apparently people don't even bother to read the instructions!) Some things you should know before you buy:

1. This device ONLY detects and kills lice, NOT NITS. The teeth are not close enough together to pull nits off of hair.

2. This device is not magical. It works using the principles of electric current (from the battery). The teeth are electrified, and if something conductive (like the body of a louse) bridges the gap between two teeth, the circuit closes (that's the sound you hear) and current flows through the louse's body, killing it. ANYTHING ELSE CONDUCTIVE that bridges the gap can cause the comb to give a "false alarm" or "not work": damp hair, oily dandruff, or just debris in general. This makes it vitally important to keep the comb really, really clean. I've had times when I thought the comb was "clean enough," only to discover that something small was bridging the teeth and keeping it from working. The cleaning tool is included for a reason!

3. This device is only a tool for SIMPLIFYING the task of dealing with lice. You still have to comb every inch of hair from the scalp outward. Very young lice may sometimes manage to avoid touching two teeth at once. And very large lice may not die from one zap. So you'll want to check the teeth (and the area of hair you were working on) every time the alarm sounds. Dispose of the bodies where any "not quite dead yet" lice can't revive and go looking for a new host.

4. ONE treatment with this device is not going to end all your lice problems.
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