Most hair trimmers come with clip on that has a number size, like 2, 3,4 ect. Anyone know what the equivalent is with the wheel? Thanks

asked on February 1, 2021

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The wheel number is in millimeters. You can find online charts of what millimeter each clip number is. For example a #8 clip is 25mm. So on this trimmer set it to 25 and that's a #8. #7 is 22mm so set this trimmer to 22. Etc.
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· February 1, 2021
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I m not sure about the numbers
· February 3, 2021
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Hello! The 3 combs of Philips Hairclipper series 7000 HC7650/14 are long (16-28 mm), short (3-15 mm), and beard and stubble comb (2 mm). Usually, the clip's number size that comes with trimmers indicates its length (most common in millimeters). Perhaps its manual might help.
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Manufacturer · February 2, 2021
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This one comes with 2 combs and a beard and stubble comb.
With long comb you can cut your hair from 16mm to 28 mm, you use the wheel to set the desired length.

· February 1, 2021
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