If you're going to wear a beard, you need a good trimmer. Keep your facial hair trimmed and neatly shaped to avoid looking like a hobo or a crazy old man. For a little help in that matter, here's a roundup of beard trimmers and shavers that won't break the bank and will keep you looking like a million bucks.
- Philips Norelco Series 7000 Vacuum Trimmer ($59.99) For neatniks like myself, this trimmer includes a little vacuum for less mess.
- Remington Lithium Ion Powered Rechargeable Mustache and Beard Trimmer ($29.99) For being under $30, this trimmer has a lot going for it. With three attachments and nine length settings, it's an affordable little shaver to give you flexibility in beard styling.
- Braun Cruzer 6 Beard & Head Trimmer ($40.19) For the especially hirsute man, this trimmer has a "dual battery system that adjusts to tough beard conditions."
- i-Stubble from Con-Air ($81.99) The name may be a bit laughable (i-Stubble makes me picture a little robot that shaves your face for you) but the electronic length control on this shaver means it's perfect for creating a perpetual five o'clock shadow.
- Wahl 9818 Lithium Ion Stainless Steel All-in-one Groomer ($54.97) This simple but very durable trimmer includes three attachment heads and is made in the USA.
- Wahl Cordless Battery Operated Beard Trimmer ($10.49) Speaking of affordable, you can't beat this almost-$10 trimmer from Wahl. With the included ear and nose trimmer, this little set up should be in every man's medicine cabinet.
- TRYM II ($39.99) The Trym II wins on style alone. This is the kind of shaver that could sit on your bathroom counter and look stylish doing so.
More beard trimmers from around the web:
- Six Beard Trimmers That Give Good Buzz on Men's Journal
- Top Beard Clipper Comparison Guide on Beard Guide
- Selecting a Beard Trimmer on Beards.org
- How to Use a Beard Trimmer on Wikihow
- Mustaches: No Longer Just for Pervs, Gym Teachers & '70's Porn Stars on Captain Dapper
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