Remington MB-200 Titanium Mustache and Beard Trimmer
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- Revolutionary trimming technology
- Titanium coated blades never need oiling
- Easy to use zoom wheel adjusts to create 9 length settings
- Cuts clean with less pulling
- Rechargeable with LED charging indicator
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The Remington MB200 Titanium Mustache and Beard Trimmer is a sleek, adaptable grooming tool designed to help you stay looking sharp. This trimmer features Remington's sharp, long-lasting blades. Easily switch between nine lock-in length settings for a variety of trimming lengths. The trimmer includes multiple features that make it more convenient, like a rechargeable battery, ergonomic shape, and washable build.
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Brand new it could hold a charge for only a few days tops even when unused which is not particularly fantastic. Less than a year later it was unable to hold a charge even overnight and had to be charged for several hours just to eke out a single use. Fast forward another few months and the motor can no longer run any faster than half speed and it simply can't do the job it was intended to. To their credit, the plastic hinge to pop up the blade is more solidly constructed than the 300 but that means very little when the trimmer just doesn't work.
For the life of me, I can't figure out why they think it's a smart idea to not allow corded operation with such a terrible battery and motor. Obviously planned obsolescence is more profitable than making things that just work (esp. on entry level products)... but this was an especially disappointing effort. I'm certainly coming away convinced that Remington doesn't value customer loyalty over short term profit and will be unlikely to purchase anything from them in the future.
What's really unfortunate is Remington's continual response "thank you for providing your feedback regarding your Remington MB-200.
If you need further assistance, bla, bla, bla". They are not following the most basic quality principles. They should have issued a recall on this product years ago, SOLVED the problem, then started shipping again. They should have publicly stated what lots were affected, how refunds could be obtained, then announced how people could get the revised, corrected stock. Dear Remington, don't even THINK of responding to my post with a canned response. I'll criticize you even further if you do.
UPDATE April 2018: The original shaver (with battery replaced) developed an unrelated problem, and it was discarded. However, I had a backup (from 2014) and took that one and a newer one (purchased April 2018) to Batteries Plus to have the batteries replaced in both. When Batteries + opened both units, the newer one (2018) had a NiMH battery in it (a MUCH BETTER battery and was left as is). The older one (2014) still had the crappy Remington Ni-Cd battery, so I let Batteries Plus replace it. See my two photos showing the crappy Remington Ni-Cd battery (that doesn't last) and the much BETTER Batteries + Ni-Cd (NUM900-AAF). However, how do you tell if your unit has the newer NiMH battery, which should last much longer? The only difference I can see between the two units, is the older one has a round sticker that says "Ni-Cd" on it with a phone number (1-800-822-8837). On the 2018 unit, there is no such sticker. The newer unit was purchased through Amazon. Sorry, it could be a crap-shoot as to which you get.
BTW, Remington, here's a book your CEO should read: Quality Without Tears: The Art of Hassle-Free Management
My biggest disappointment is the fact that the 'on' switch disables the 110V input. This means that it ONLY uses the battery while running, so you can't just plug it into the wall and go.
Poor battery life ruins an otherwise good product. It would easily be worth 3 or 4 stars if it were able to bypass the battery when being plugged in.
Second review 34 days later: trimmer wont charge... dead. Nice job, Remington. Battery issues in 2017?
Returned it. Too bad, it's otherwise a perfect trimmer.