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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on October 10, 2011
This is ridiculous. I bought this unit about 3 weeks ago and it is completely useless at this point. The full sized trimmer head will not even move when I have left the unit on charge for a full 24 hours. The motor that powers the unit will go at different speeds over the course of just seconds. Fast to slow to fast. This trimmer is absolutely ridiculous. I can't believe I paid money for this!
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful
on October 13, 2011
I am on an interview and forgot my electric razor so I go out any buy this one. Battery life is more like 5-10 minutes. Impossible to get a good shave. Takes forever to charge- 2 hours of charging equates to 5 minutes of actual use. Worst experience I have ever had with an electrical razor. WILL NOT BE PURCHASING ANY REMINGTON PRODUCT AGAIN after this experience.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on July 15, 2012
I've used many beard trimmers over the years and this is by far the worst. The trim guide won't let you cut closer than a half inch, then if you give it a half-twist to get closer, you lose a whole hunk of hair. I just threw it out after only three weeks of owning it. Does Remington even test these on people before selling them? I have purchased my last Remington product.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on February 11, 2013
I didn't purchase this from Amazon, I got mine at a Walmart several months ago. It cuts alright. The way i use it, I buzz off my whiskers and don't worry about an extreme close shave. I have very sensitive skin and choose not to shave with a razor because it causes severe irritation.

From the very beginning I noticed the device does not hold a charge for more then 5-8 Mins. The night before I have to plug the device in so it will be charged to use the next day. If I want to shave and the battery is dead, even if you plug the device in, it will not work until the battery is charged. It's trash. I've put up with it because I wanted to get my moneys worth out of it. I think i paid around 15-20$ for it.

Don't buy this. Buy an Norelco or something better.

Sure I didn't expect much out of this for the price but who would have thought it had to be charged to use it? LOL

I'm actually writing this review because earlier today I got called into work and offered double time to work a day I had off. I needed to shave and this damn thing was dead LOL. I could have thrown it though a wall.

DO NOT BUY THIS UNLESS YOU CAN DEAL WITH IT NOT WORKING UNLESS THE BATTERY IS CHARGED. YOU CANT EVEN PLUG IT IN WHEN THE BATTERY IS DEAD. YOU HAVE TO CHARGE IT BEFORE EVERYTIME YOU USE IT. maybe i got a bad unit, however I won't buy another one to find out lol.

it's a piece of crapola.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on August 10, 2013
I should of read the reviews before purchasing this, but I was at Walmart and it *looked* like the nicest model they had. I followed the instructions to the letter and I am so displeased with the battery life on this that I'm considering sending it back to Remington even though it will probably cost me as much to ship as I spent on the product!

Even if you disconnect the charger and use it right away, the battery only lasts for a few minutes at best. If you leave it unplugged for a day or two it will sound like the battery is just about out of juice and stop within a minute or so.

AVOID THIS PRODUCT AT ALL COSTS, YOU ARE ONLY THROWING YOUR MONEY AWAY!

One of my friends with a $1.99 little trimmer that you stick a AA battery in lasts longer and works better! I only wish I could find one like that, I would throw this Remington in the trash then.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on August 20, 2013
I didn't buy from Amazon I bought it from Wal Mart but out of the package it didn't work. I took it back and got my money back . Not going with Remington I'm going with another type. I'm reading reviews to see what to buy
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on October 27, 2011
The guard is unstable, and you will end up with bald spots on your beard!
In addition, forget about being able to get to your mustache.
HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE design.

I have never been more frustrated with a product.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on March 4, 2013
I usually don't bother returning personal grooming items, dental hygiene, etc, but with this I definitely would. The only thing stopping me from getting a refund is that I tossed the receipt thinking it would be fine. I bought this at Walmart for $10 and "You get what you pay for" definitely applies to this item.

Save your money, spend $25- $35 on the high rated Remington models. I can't believe Remington would even put their name on this piece of garbage. Zero power on this trimmer. Disappointing doesn't quite do this review justice.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on June 25, 2012
Charged it for 12 hours brand new out of the box; got almost two whole minutes of use before the battery died.

Tried leaving it plugged in, and it runs for 5-10 seconds before running out of juice...

Anything beyond the lightest of touches causes the cutting guides to collapse down to their shortest depths.

All-in-all, this is the most absolutely useless trimmer I've ever seen.
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on December 8, 2011
Remington PG6020 All In 1 Men's Rechargeable Personal Grooming KitLook, it's a $15 groomer. I'm middle aged and have a fairly light beard. Nothing like the coarseness or density of some of you burly lumberjacks out there but a full face of hair none the less. I keep a one to two day stubble length as my skin won't tolerate a close shave. I use the microfoil around my nose and corners of my mouth. While this little buzzer isn't the king of all shavers, lets just be clear about that, it's worth 15 bucks. (What is is that, like one trip through the Arby's drive-thru?) It trims me up to spec and keeps the nose and ear hair to a minimum. I certainly wouldn't drive off a rocky cliff to avoid a hail of bullets whilst shaving with it and expect it to survive the fall. Nor try to mow my lawn with it, or cut through beards that are composed of copper wire and nails, but it accomplishes a simple imprecise not-so-close shave with fair competence.

You forest-faced beast-men ought to get off your wallets and invest in a pro-grade groomer or pay a stylist if you're trying to win a beard sculpting contest. Pro skaters don't by their boards at K-Mart, pro carpenters don't use Black and Decker and you shouldn't have such high expectations from a cheap $15 grooming kit. Cheapskates!

Conclusion:
For the average Joe on a budget with fine to medium facial hair and sparse to medium density beard, this trimmer will likely work fine for simple grooming, barring you aren't taking it swimming or trying to shave while horseback riding. Also it should be noted that nobody should be trying to use this for hair cuts or baldie maintenance. Buy a good Wahl clipper and real pivoting electric shaver. The guides in this kit are intended ONLY for sideburns and light beard trimming. Want a good nose and ear trimmer? You could do much worse that this little guy.
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