We attend the launch party for Even Cut by Conair for Men

Last week we attended the Canadian launch for EVEN CUT, the latest product from Conair for Men.

The launch was hosted at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, which was a great setting to introduce the newest products in the Conair for Men line. Guests moved about the historic venue, checking out the hockey memorabilia, stopping at the tequila tasting table, grabbing a hand-rolled cigar and visiting some of the stations set up to demonstrate some Conair products.

The latest easy-to-use gadget on display was the Even Cut; a new at-home grooming tool designed to consistently and accurately deliver a barber quality cut. This light-weight and hand-held device promises to deliver a precise, uniform cut every time.

At first, we were a little skeptical of the device. However, after seeing a few demonstrations we are impressed by the quality cut the Even Cut delivers. Perfect for those looking to maintain an all-around short hairstyle, the Even Cut also works well for trimming the back and sides of your hair to keep a consistently fresh-cut look to your hair. It’s nearly impossible to maintain that fresh from the barber look, without consistent visits to the chair! The Even Cut would also be great for parents looking to keep their children presentable without the hassle of going to a hair salon every other week.

The device is small enough to take with you in a gym bag and has 20 minutes of power while used with the rechargeable battery, or can be plugged in for longer cutting time. Even Cut boasts ultra sharp stainless steel blades, lock in comb and surrounding comb guides.  A unique rotary cutting system allows you to cut hair quickly and evenly in any direction. Advanced blade technology ensures precision cutting, with two adjustable comb guides and six options for trimming lengths.

Even Cut is available for $49.99-$59.99 at select Canadian retailers, starting September 2014.







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