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Wahl 9918-6171 Groomsman

Wahl 9918-6171 Groomsman
The Groomsman trimmer from Wahl has a slim body that is easy to hold onto with a soft grip and features a six-position control. This will target beards of many sizes and thicknesses. The trimmer has self-sharpening blades that are easy to cover and will stay sharp for a long time. It also works with several individual guide combs to take care of beards that are to be trimmed at varying lengths. The teeth are also ground and not stamped so they will not become dull all that easily. High-carbon steel is also used in the blades to ensure that they will stay stronger longer while preventing problems relating to the pulling and tugging that can come with so many comparable models.

Pros

The handle is perfectly grooved
Each individual guide comb is easy to add
Can work with or without a cord

Cons

Tends to make lots of noise
Does not have much of a variety of terms of its guide combs

Panasonic ER224S All-In-One

Panasonic ER224S All-In-One

Designed for use in both wet and dry situations, the Panasonic ER224S can work for the head and body alike. It uses a dial on the main body that can be adjusted to fourteen different height settings. A user can cut all the way down to about 0.04 inches as needed. The dial can easily move around quickly while the user can quickly see how the blade will adjust itself based on the overall setting that is being used. This may be paired with a trimmer that pops up as desired. The stainless steel blades are cut carefully as well.

Pros

Can be found for less than $50 in most places
Easy to recharge
The blade is hypoallergenic and will not stain easily

Cons

Only uses one voltage
Tough to clean at times
The blade has to be replaced on occasion

Remington MB4040

Remington MB4040

The Remington MB4040 is a trimmer that works for beards, mustaches and stubble areas alike. This lithium ion-powered trimmer has titanium-coated blades that are fully ground and will not require sharpening too often. There are three of these blades and they can be adjusted with one of nine different length settings. There are also attachable heads for a beard, goatee or stubble so even the most specific types of beards can be shaved. This is powered with a cordless body that may be carried around in many spots.

Pros

Each attachable head is easy to prepare and adjust
Each length setting will be fully locked on as demanded
It is fully washable

Cons

The handle is not too curved
The handle has a little too much of a plastic feel to it

Philips Norelco BT9285/41 9100 Beard Trimmer

Philips Norelco BT9285/41 9100 Beard Trimmer
This unique beard trimmer has a laser-guided system that is created off of a small light that becomes active when the trimmer starts working. This laser system creates a fully-guided setup that is easy to use and allows for more control. It also uses a dual-sided trimmer for taking care of the more detailed and specific spots around the beard. The blades will also sharpen themselves while working alongside a few additional guide combs. The combs may be attached at the top of the main trimmer body to create a more accurate and controlled trim.

Pros

The blades do not need oil for maintenance
Takes about an hour to charge it so it can be used for an hour in its cordless form
Seventeen different length settings are used

Cons

The battery can run faster when the laser is active
The handle feels a little cold at times

Braun Cruzer 6

Braun Cruzer 6
Braun created the Cruzer 6 to be its strongest unit yet. It uses a dual battery setup that will control the power that is distributed so it will create a consistent trim at all times. The speed will stay the same no matter how tough the beard is or what type of setting is being used. A beard comb can be adjusted with six settings from 1 to 11 mm while the hair comb can go at six settings from 10 to 20 mm.

Pros

Each guide comb comes with a series of clips that make it easy to adjust the cutting length
Edges are easier to maintain
Completely washable and easy to use even in wet conditions

Cons

The entire body has too much of a plastic feel to it
Main body is not too curved for handling purposes

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