Body Groomer backup.
I have used three models of the Norelco Body Groomer line over the years, and it is a favorite of mine. The Body Groomer gives close body hair trimming, and no ingrown hairs.
The major negative of the first two Norelco models I had was that they took 8 hours to fully charge. If I was in the middle of the 'job' and the battery went dead, I had to wait a day to finish.
When I saw this Clio Designs 4095 I decided to purchase it as a backup body hair groomer, so when the battery went dead on the Norelco, I could at least finish the job with the Clio.
The first time I used the Clio, it was very obvious that it was no where near the quality of the Norelco models. At 1/3 to 1/6 the price, I did not expect it to be equal in quality. However, I did expect it to groom my body hair without pulling the hair or scratching tender skin. Within minutes of trying the Clio I was very disapointed. It pulled hair, and scratched tender skin.
I was about to throw it away (at around $10 it didn't pay to return it) when I noticed the cutting head design was very similar to the Norelco cutting head design. I pulled out the 'cutter' and took the cutter from my Norelco and pushed it into the Clio. To my surprize, it fit very well.
I turned the Clio on with the Norelco head in place and gave it a try. To my surprize, it cut almost as good as the Norelco, when the batteries were good. It does go through batteries rather quickly, but I began using it to finish the job when the Norelco batteries go dead. It works great with the Norelco head and fresh batteries.
Recently I bought the new Norelco Body Groomer with the lithium batteries, and one hour charge. So now I can simply charge the Norelco and finish the job. But if you own a Norelco, you can use the Norelco cutting head on this Clio, and it will cut almost as good as the Norleco.