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Hey there, OJOers! Care for a trim? Then take a seat and let Monsieur Stache work his magic on you. A haircut and shave at this business might not result in a new look for you but a trip to the Barber Shop Uncut slot could still be pretty rewarding!

As well as offering many great online casino games, like the one we’re reviewing today, OJO’s also got another treat up his sleeves. All players creating a new account and depositing will get 50 Free Spins with no wagering. That’s a bit more exciting than a short back and sides, eh?

Look and Feel

From its name alone, you might be expecting a grizzly, gory Sweeny Todd-style game. However, the Barber Shop Uncut online slot is nothing of the sort. It’s a cute title with quirky, bearded and moustachioed gentlemen patiently awaiting a trim.

The symbols are either the customers themselves or tools of Monsieur Stache’s trade. They’re cartoonish in style and the accompanying soundtrack is bright and breezy

Barber Shop Uncut Slot: Gameplay Dynamics

Like many online casino slots, the action on the Barber Shop Uncut slot machine takes place across five reels and three rows. It’s your job to match symbols along one of the 40 fixed win lines to receive pay-outs.

Thunderkick classifies the title as a medium volatility one and the Barber Shop Uncut slot RTP rating is 97%. If you’re lucky enough to take down the top prize you’ll receive 2,355x the total amount you bet per spin.

The Barber Shop Uncut slot also has an Auto Play feature. This seriously speeds the action up but also makes it easier to lose track of how much you’ve bet. You should always play safe but even more so when you play Barber Shop Uncut using Auto Play.

Special Features


Landing any winning combination of paying symbols and/or at least three Bonus Symbols will trigger a Respin. The barber, Monsieur Stache, whips out his shaving foam and encircles the symbols that triggered the feature.

The foamed-up symbols stay stuck to the reels and all other symbols are replaced by new ones. If you land additional matching symbols, these too get added to the winning combination and trigger another Respin.

This continues until no new wins are possible. The gents suddenly have their fine facial hairs removed and winnings are paid out.

Barber Shop Uncut Free Spins

If you manage to land five or more Bonus Symbols anywhere on the reels, you’ll receive 10 Barber Shop Uncut Free Spins. Remember, thanks to the Respin feature above, you don’t need to land them all in a single spin.

Winnings from your Free Spins are subject to a 3x multiplier. Also, if you trigger the feature with more than five Free Spin Bonus Symbols, you’ll receive an extra two spins up to a maximum of 30.

Inwinity Spin

Without doubt, OJO’s favourite feature on the Barber Shop Uncut online slot is the Inwinity Spin. At the end of the Bonus Feature, you’re guaranteed an extra pay-out. The reels will continue spinning until a winning combination appears.

Betting Limits on the Barber Shop Uncut Slot

You can choose how much to bet on Thunderkick’s Barber Shop Uncut slot by hitting the Casino Chip Button at the bottom of the reels. There are 14 different bet sizes to choose from. They range from a minimum of 10p to a maximum of £100.

If you’re not ready to sit in the barber’s chair for real just yet, you can test the game for free first. Just load up the Barber Shop Uncut demo and try it without risking your own money.

OJO says…

Thanks to its cheerful look and feel, the Barber Shop Uncut slot is one of the most charming video slots online. That doesn’t mean it’s lacking in the action department though.

Its generous Free Spins feature and Respins on any win mean that there’s a lot to enjoy about the game. Oh, and the Inwinity Spin is fantastic. Pay a visit to the Barber Shop Uncut in the UK at PlayOJO to see for yourself today.

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