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I'm in the market for a set of electric hair clippers, primarily for use on my head in the apartment I'm moving in to shortly. I will potentially be moving around every 3 months or so and don't want to bother finding local places everywhere I go- besides, for the past year or so I've just been paying people to use clippers on me anyway, and that money can go other more important places.
Brands I know of:
Wahl, remington, conair, etc. - consumer-level sets that are mostly identical but vary in terms of accessories and such. Quality inconsistent, lifespan inconsistent.
Oster- professional-quality, very noisy, long lifespan, no accessories.
If I plan on doing my own hair, say once every two weeks, in my single-bedroom apartment, using only a #3 guide, what is the best fit? I'm looking to keep initial expenses down- I don't know for sure if this is something I'll be doing for years, and I already have to make several purchases that are large-cost-years-of-benefit, this being my first apartment (appliances and such). Anyone have experience / recommendations?
also, I've only ever known the guide I prefer as a #3, but different brands seem to have different systems- what is a 33 in inches or in whatever other systems there might be?