An Innovative Tool
The Flowbee is a hair-cutting tool that attaches to a vacuum hose. It is designed to make at-home hair cuts easily achievable without the hassle of cleaning up all that itchy, messy hair. It's bright yellow and comes with a 12-volt adapter that powers the clippers, as well as a comfortable slip-proof grip.
The Flowbee was invented in the 1980s by a San Diego carpenter, and it has been marketed as a tool that can create a multitude of cuts and styles. It has been featured on several late night infomercial programs, and it has even gained recognition due to being mentioned in such movies as "Wayne's World" and in television shows such as "Fresh Prince of Bel Air."
How It Works
The Flowbee comes with a series of trimmer guards, to assure that there are no mistakes when using the device. The device itself attaches to any standard vacuum cleaner hose securely, and plugs into the wall separately. Once the vacuum is powered and the Flowbee is turned on, you simply run the tool through your hair, as the vacuum sucks the clippings through, avoiding the messy cleanup that usually comes with a haircut.