Top 10 Beard Trimmers Every Man Should Try

Top 10 Beard Trimmers Every Man Should Try
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Nowadays, owning a good beard trimmer is a must if you want to look and feel put together and confident.
After all, having the perfect beard takes patience as well as a good device, especially now that we are in the middle of a pandemic and going to a barber’s shop is not always an option or even safe!
Instead, it feels good to have a beard trimmer that you can use at home and look the part during virtual work meetings, for instance.
Furthermore, some beard trimmers can be used all over so if you are interested in upgrading your grooming routine, make sure to pick one that can do more than just maintain a beard.
Of course, there are many different such devices out there, which is why it can be challenging to choose or even know which is the type of trimmer you really need.
As a result, this guide and review are meant to help you better understand what you need to pay attention to depending on your own unique needs.

Credit: Unsplash/Allef Vinicius
Credit: Unsplash/Allef Vinicius

Lenght

First of all, consider the length as some trimmers are only suitable for short facial hair while others feature a number of different guards or heads, ideal for bushier beards.
As mentioned before, a lot of trimmers work perfectly well for trimming the hair on top of your head as well as body hair.
However, if you don’t want to just shave your head or rock a buzzcut, make sure you get a trimmer with a variety of length settings.

Charge time

Another thing you should consider is the charge time, especially if you are always on the go and need something quick and portable.
Normally, this should not be a big issue when you trim once a day but if you tend to need an emergency trim from time to time, a quick charge feature is needed.
Such a device can give you the trim you need after only a few minutes of charging!

Consumables

This is something you might need to look out for since many trimmers on the market feature self sharpening blades that never need changing while some need oiling or even piece replacement regularly.
Now that you know the basics, here are some of the best beard trimmers out there in no particular order!

Remington Smart Beard Trimmer (MB4700)


The first beard trimmer on our list is one of the most loved by buyers everywhere judged by its many positive reviews.
What they seem to appreciate in particular are the smart features it comes with such as the setting to auto adjust the trimmer length and the travel lock feature.

Wahl Professional Cordless Magic Clip


The Wahl Professional Cordless Magic Clip is one of the sharpest, most powerful and overall most capable beard trimmers out there.
It also comes with a number of guards in order to help you get the length just right, being ideal whether you have long or short facial hair to take care of.
The Wahl blade is of great quality and will remain sharp for a long time.
Despite being such a powerful device, this beard trimmer is also rather lightweight, ensuring that you have a comfortable grip on it and no pain or discomfort in your wrist.

Philips Norelco Multigroom 7000 Trimmer


This beard trimmer is made by Philips, which is a trusty brand so you can rest assured that you’ll get a quality product.
Furthermore, this specific model is not only suitable for trimming your beard but also your body hair if you so prefer.
The process is made easy by the fact that it comes with 23 pieces, including 14 trimming guards and a nose hair trimming head!
Another neat accessory is the foil-shaver head which is great if you want to create a sharp hairline.
Aside from its professional ability and many accessories, this trimmer has a waterproof steel body as well which means that it is washable and will also last you a long time!
Furthermore, it is designed with rubber padding for a more comfortable and safe grip on it.
Another great advantage of this device is the long battery life that can go for 5 to 10 hours before you need to charge it again!

Panasonic Cordless Men’s Beard Trimmer With Precision Dial


If you are a beginner when it comes to using a shaver, this device is ideal since it’s so versatile and straightforward.
It can be used dry, if you need a quick shave before leaving the house but also in the shower and with shaving gel for a more precise shave.
It also features an easy-to-use adjustment dial for a variety of different hair lengths instead of coming with a lot of small accessories that are easy to misplace and mix up when you are not really used to this type of device.
As a beginner, all you have to do is turn a dial and you get straight to shaving in the morning without having to search for that perfect attachment in your cabinets.

Braun BT5070 Men’s Beard Trimmer


Another easy to use model, this product by Braun has an easy to clean trimmer as well!
However, just keep in mind that the device is not actually fully washable since it’s not waterproof so don’t just run it under the sink faucet when you’re done using it.

Andis Slimline Pro T-blade Trimmer


If you’re looking for something that can help you keep really neat, straight cheek and jawline lines, this is the perfect product for you!
This is because the Andis Slimline Pro is really easy to maneuver whenever you need to trim those hard to reach neck and under the jaw hairs.
Even professionals use it to get impressively neat lines before fitting the attachments on and actually trimming the rest of the beard.
It’s also really light and sharp as well as durable so you can trust that you’ll have it for a long time.
It words on all facial hair types and textures and once charged, it holds power for a long time.
Obviously, this is a must for styling thanks to the T-blade that makes lining and creating symmetry so much easier, but that is not to say that you can’t also use it for a full trim.

Oster Classic 76 Universal Clipper


While plastic guards are usually lightweight, plastic attachments can sometimes split hair and when it grows out, it really shows.
With that being said, metal guards such as the Oster Classic 76 Universal Clipper give you a cleaner look so even though they are a bit heavier and more clunky, it’s all worth it in the end.
If your beard tends to grow spotty, this is the product for you as the metal guards will give you the most even cut possible.

Hatteker 5 in 1 Men’s Trimmer Kit


This 5 in 1 kit comes with many different components and has a great motor!
It can be used to trim hair everywhere on the body, not just the one on your face.
It is also fully waterproof so it’s easy to clean under the faucet.

Bevel Beard Trimmer


Usually, men who have thicker beards are prone to having ingrown hairs as well as razor bumps and we all know how annoying, uncomfortable and unsightly those are.
Because of this, it is important to purchase a trimmer that is really close to the skin but which does not cause irritation as a result.
With that being said, this device is highly recommended for men with curly or thick beards.
It also has an adjustable antimicrobial blade dial that repels any dirt and gives you that close cut without causing any irritation.
It is designed to sit comfortably in your hand as you use it.
This cordless trimmer has enough power for a few grooming sessions whether your beard is longer or short, before you’ll need to charge it again.
More precisely, it’s expected to last you for up to 8 hours of use.

King C. Gillette Cordless Beard Trimmer


This trimmer is designed with 12 blade settings and comes with 3 comb attachments so it is perfect if you want a precise look between 1 and 21 millimeters long with every session.
All you need to do for the perfect look is to just use one of the comb attachments and then adjust the blade length.
The blade head is washable so you can easily rinse it under the faucet after every use.
This cordless device lasts for up to 50 minutes of trimming time before you have to charge it again and while it doesn’t go for hours on end like other products on this list, that is more than enough for you to get the job done.


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Anna Daniels

Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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