New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/24/2012 -- There are certain things that guys are happy to talk about, such as sports, cars, BBQ and gadgets. Then there are those topics that guys really shy away from – like what to do when hair starts growing out of your ears, nose and everywhere else. It may not be the conversation most guys want to have, but talking about personal grooming and hair trimmers is a conversation that all guys need to have.
Recently, there have been a number of TV ads for a product called Micro Touch Max. The Micro Touch Max is an All-In-One personal trimmer. A small battery operated trimmed that claims to help guys remove hair in an easy, fast and effortlessly way. In the ads, they talk about how the Micro Touch Max trims hair with micro precision and can be used on ears, nose, eyebrows and also to trim your sideburns.
DadDoes.Com, a product review blog that focuses on doing real world reviews for parent related products, decided to give the Micro Touch Max a test drive. A quick search online for the Micro Touch Max reviews found a wide range of emotions. Some people loved the tiny trimmer, while others wished there was something lower than 1 star that they could give the Micro Touch Max.
“The wide range of reviews on the Micro Touch Max had us very curious. How could one product be loved and hated at the same time? We decided to try out the Micro Touch Max to see how it worked for a couple of weeks” states Dan Nessel of DadDoes.Com .
What DadDoes.Com found was that the Micro Touch Max worked great for small touch-ups and hair removal. Customers who are looking to trim ear and nose hair, will love the simplicity and efficiency of the Micro Touch Max. Had the TV commercials for the Micro Touch Max just talked about its light hair removal features, most consumers would have been satisified.
The problem with the Micro Touch Max is that it is advertised as a replacement for your powerful electric trimmer. In the Dad Does testing, the single battery operated Micro Touch Max just didn’t have the power for major hair trimming. This would explain the negative reviews on the Micro Touch Max trimmer, consumers had high expectations based on the TV ads.
Nessel states, “This is a clear example of over promising leading to disappointment. If you watch the commercial, you expect the Micro Touch Max to do everything your electric trimmer can do. This is unfortunate, since at $14.95, the Micro Touch Max is never going to replace a much more expensive electric trimmer.”
For more information and a full review of the Micro Touch Max visit – http://www.daddoes.com/6954/micro-touch-max-review-the-hair-trimmer/
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