Reddit Reddit reviews OSTER Fast Feed Adjustable Pivot Motor Clipper 76023-510

We found 25 Reddit comments about OSTER Fast Feed Adjustable Pivot Motor Clipper 76023-510. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Shave & Hair Removal
OSTER Fast Feed Adjustable Pivot Motor Clipper 76023-510
Powerful, Whisper Quiet Pivot Motor,Steel Blade Adjusts Between Size 000 and 1Cuts Through All Types of Hair (Wet or Dry)Ergonomic Design For All Day Cutting,Textured Housing Provides Easy Grip4 Guide Combs: Blending, 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 8 Ft Power CordIncludes Blade Guard, Lubricating Oil & Cleaning Brush
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25 Reddit comments about OSTER Fast Feed Adjustable Pivot Motor Clipper 76023-510:

u/byrel · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

i bought a oster fast feed to replace my old trimmer about 2 years ago and i have absolutely no complaints about it

u/Jabronez · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Oster Fast Feed is what I use. The lever on the side gives you a fair amount of control, and the combs that come with it should do fine for most beard lengths. It's faster, more reliable, and will give you a better cut than anything you've linked.

u/alqbeck · 3 pointsr/Frugal

There are already comments about simply using the guards to achieve the effect you want, so the only thing I'll add is that good clippers make a BIG difference. With cheap clippers (<$30) you tend to have to have to repeat the same trail over your head, which in my experience led to mistakes. Well oiled good clippers make screwing up less likely. I've had five or six sets (corded and cordless) in the last 24 years, and my favourites by far are the Oster Fast Feeds.

u/CranialFlatulence · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I got this Oster Fast Feed three years ago for my haircuts. I use the clipper with no guard and haven't had the first issue with it. I know three years isn't exactly "buy it for life" type length...but my mother-in-law was once a professional dog handler and groomer. She used Oster clippers back in the early 80s for that purpose and her 40 year old clippers are still working.

u/onyxsamurai · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I've got these and they work like magic compared to the more expensive plastic pieces of crap you can buy at any normal retail store.

For $20 more you get a pair that will last a lifetime instead of having to buy a new $30 pair at walmart every year.

u/buhlot · 2 pointsr/malehairadvice

Very good question! Personally, I've only used electric clippers, specifically this one when I was keeping my beard short. I've never used those foil-thingy electric shavers, so unfortunately I can't help you there.

As for razors, I've only used the Magnum M5 for my head, and a shavette to touch up my cheekline and neckline. I haven't had any major skin irritation other than a nick or two especially on my adam's apple.

u/SubGothius · 2 pointsr/Frugal

If you want a beard trimmer to use for haircuts as well, get an olde-skoole barber-style plug-in model from Oster or Wahl. If those seem a bit bulky, the Wahl Peanut clipper is a bit smaller/lighter than most but well-regarded.

BTW, I actually use just the bare shearing head without any comb attachments to shear my scalp, makes it very nearly bald but lower-maintenance without the risk of nicks or ingrowns, and after a day it has a nice, velvety nap the ladies seem to like. :-)

u/SarcasticOptimist · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

A good quality corded shaver will do the trick; the ones at barbershops will be sufficient. Besides Wahl, this Andis and Oster are also worth considering. The big maintenance item is oiling.

u/agamemnons · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I use an Andis Professional T-Outliner to get the rough line in my beard. Then I use OSTER Fast Feeds to trim all the hairs down. Then, I use a straight razor to line up the actual line. I use an Aberlite Beard Shaper with the straight razor and Aloe Vera as a shave gel

I also pluck the thicker hairs on my cheeks every now and then

u/Citizensugarkane · 1 pointr/CutYourOwnHair

I recommend the Oster Fast Feed Clippers

I used a couple Wahl clippers and they were always cheaply made and fucked up my hair. But the Oster set felt solid and has held up to 2 years of cutting twice a month.

I'm in the military so I'm giving myself a mid or high fade that looks crisp with these. Just a heads up, you're probably going to fuck up. But don't be discouraged if you do. It's hair, it comes back. Practice will give you precision so just keep at it.

u/mk72206 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Oster Fast Feed

I barely ever shave my face. I shave my head every two weeks or so and just shave my beard at the same time.

u/Biggandwedge · 1 pointr/tressless

I shave every second day. Will not use anything but Oster Clippers. My first pair lasted 9 years before dying. I expect these to last just as long

u/Shannylno5 · 1 pointr/AskWomen
u/tabatchoy · 1 pointr/malegrooming

I have this. I used to have my grandpa's which was practically the same but was in service for 20+ years until it finally died (due to my negligence in keeping it oiled).

I've only tried one battery-electric clipper when I was away from home. I liked it for traveling purposes, but for a workhorse, there's just something about a hefty wired one that I love. Plus, you don't have to worry about a battery going bad.

I loved the old one as well as this new one. I can tell that I'll be keeping it just as long if I can remember to keep it well-oiled.

u/avsalom · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

My Oster Fast Feed is 3 years old but looks just like the day I bought it. I use mine daily.

u/THAT-GuyinMN · 1 pointr/tifu

Might be worth investing in a good pair of Clippers.

OSTER Fast Feed Adjustable Pivot Motor Clipper 76023-510

u/DancesWithHand · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I've burned through 3 wahl trimmers before buying an oster pro. Had it for 5 years now no issue. Much heavier in the hand. I've got a really thick beard and the wahl's couldn't handle it.

u/RoyRogersMcFreely · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

3 years ago I bought a pair of Oster Fast Feed clippers for $50. They have given me no problems and I shave my head ever 2-3 weeks. Wash and rinse the blade and guide and oil every other use.

My friend cuts his own hair also and has his g/f fade the back of his head. He has bought two $30 Wahl's from WalMart. I'd personally only choose between Andis and Oster. I'm not sure if professional grade Wahl's are still available, but even my Oster Fast Feed isn't really as nice as the Oster Classic 76.

u/MaltedBarleyMaven · 1 pointr/malegrooming

Not black, but a friend swears by this OSTER model that he has been using on he and his kids for years. I can confirm the quality of OSTER though. My Dad has been using them for years, and one he's had for decades.

u/ItsDarts · 1 pointr/videos

Oster Fast Feed clippers are good, doesn't come with a shit load of attachments you won't need, cuts through thick hair as well. If you think you need a shot load of attachments, try a Wahl brand, usually seen at CVS for $20 to $30. The Osters will run you $56 on Amazon. Don't think you need "Professional Clippers" because you won't be using them every day, so spending more than $60 for clippers is kind of a waste.

u/DrAmazing · 1 pointr/AskMen
u/thankwoo · 0 pointsr/boston

Not necessarily the cheapest up front, but for less than 3 haircut's worth you can just buy clippers and either do it yourself or have a friend/SO do it. I'd bet I've saved at least $300-400, not to mention you can cut it far more often.

These are good: (not a ref link)