AirCut Haircutter Makes Home Haircuts a Breeze

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Advanced Technology Has Integrated Vacuum for Perfect Cuts and No Mess

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In today's economy, people are looking for ways to cut costs and cutting your own hair or your kids hair at home is a simple way to save

Saving time and money by cutting your own hair just got easier because the AirCut haircutter ( ) takes vacuum haircutting technology to a whole new level.

Breakthrough engineering means the AirCut haircutter’s powerful 46 mile-per-hour vacuum fits inside the AirCut haircutter – a stylish blue unit about the same size and weight as a hair dryer. The design keeps itchy, messy hair clippings off you, your clothes, the sink and floor.

“In today’s economy, people are looking for ways to cut costs and cutting your own hair or your kids hair at home is a simple way to save,” said Norm Yerke, inventor of the AirCut haircutter. “For a family, the AirCut haircutter could easily save thousands. It’s a tremendous value when you think of how much you spend driving to the barber, paying for haircuts and giving the barber a tip, it makes so much sense to use the AirCut haircutter instead. It only takes most people five or six haircuts to pay for itself -– for a dad with a couple of sons, it can be paid for in just two rounds of haircuts -– plus there’s no making an appointment or waiting around.”

“But it’s not just about saving time and money,” Yerke continued. “It’s about looking great. It’s about no whining kids. It’s about not making small talk with a barber. You can get a haircut as often as you want, get the same cut every time with no hassle and it’s super for quick trims in between haircuts.”

The AirCut haircutter can be purchased at and at select online retailers for $119.95. For a limited time, the first to buy an AirCut haircutter receive a special introductory price of $99.95 for purchases made before Oct. 1, 2009.

The AirCut haircutter makes a fabulous gift and can be used by virtually anyone. It’s great in dorm rooms, at home, on vacation, on business trips, military bases, nursing homes and more. It’s so affordable that you could get an extra one for your locker at the health club or a vacation home. It’s so compact that you could even use it on a plane, train or RV.

The AirCut haircutter is easy to store in a bathroom cabinet or drawer, and it’s durability and portability make it great for business or leisure travel. The long-lasting components are engineered for years of great cuts.

“Our tests showed people wanted a product that is convenient and that you can’t mess up, so I designed the AirCut haircutter from the ground up,” Yerke continued. “You don’t need to get it cut shorter than you really want just so it lasts.”

With nine styling attachments, from half-inch to four inches and tapered edges, you can cut your hair just the way you like it and get the same cut every time. The metal blades move back and forth instead of a rotary action that can pull hair out instead of cutting it. The AirCut haircutter’s wide oval cutting head gets the job done quickly and specially designed guards make it safe for kids and adults.

About AirCut Haircutter
AirCut haircutter is a compact, vacuum-integrated haircutting device. Advanced technology makes the vacuum strong and the device compact. The product was invented and designed in the U.S. It is a product of New Life Ventures, LLC, headquartered in Wisconsin. For more information, visit

Colin Hutt


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