The 1980’s Flowbee Is Still A Thing If You REALLY Need a Haircut
There's no shame in admitting many of us are beginning to look disheveled after not being able to get a haircut at our usual spot. Thankfully, there's a tool from the 1980s that still exists today, the Flowbee.
Yes, you can still order a Flowbee, described as a "revolutionary home haircutting system", according to its website that looks as if it were created through AOL homepages back in the late 90s. I'm a little taken back by the cost of this device that hooks up to any at-home vacuum hose. Before the big price reveal, let's read some of the reviews of this revolutionary product.
Hi my name is William Molley . my story is : I bought a flowbee hair cutting machine from you. shortly after you had started. what 1992 Well i would just like to say im still cutting my hair 22 yrs later. I cant imagine how much money i have saved in haircuts. Let alone the time to travel to and from a barber and the wait til hes available. I just finished cutting my hair and thought another great haircut I wanted to contact you to let you know just what a great product this. I couldnt imagine myself without it. your welcome to print my story thanks 22 years later
Here's another raving review.
Guys.. and Gals,
I have been using a Flowbee for 19 years. I got the first one to save time when my first child was born. I didn't have the time to wait at the barber shop. I have been cutting my hair every week with the Flowbee since and it's always the way I want it. Looks great. Given weekly usage after 19 years I am on my third one which still have saved me thousands of dollars and thousands of hours. In the near future I am going to order two which, given luck, will get me through to when I am bald and it won't matter anymore.
The Flowbee, which appears to hook up to any at-home vacuum can be yours for the low price of $98.95, which is an odd number. Just round it up to $99.99, make it easy. Don't delay, order it now.
IMO - the Flowbee reminds me of "the Suck Cut" for Wayne's World.