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Old 10-25-2020, 10:50 AM
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Default whats the best beard and stash trimmer ,kind of a copy cat on the nose trimmer

so have a goatee now and havnt had a beard since college 40 some years ago . may or may not keep it but want to keep it trimmed tight . looking for easy and in expensive trimmer to get this done . thanx in advance
Old 10-25-2020, 11:13 AM
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I use a $8.00 HF Hair Clipper for mine.
I turn the clipper over and rake it through for an even trim!
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I use wahl clippers battery, 15 yrs
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WHAL Professional trimmers and the peanut for beards. The brick $h1t houses of hair clippers.
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aligatorgar removal is a thought
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any one else
Old 10-26-2020, 01:27 PM
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I just have a basic 20 something dollar Wahl trimmer....for the past 20 years. Before that..had another Wahl unit. Tons of adjustments...works fine.
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Norelco mg7750 does everything well
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my wall cordless died and now Im with a Norelco-its heavier but better made.Battery lasts much longer. Had a beard for oveer 50 years so do have some experience (have only shaved twice in lifetime)
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I check out what the barbers use, and it's typically Andis or Wahl. I have an Andis, and it's been awesome.
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I've had multiple hair trimmers, as one unfortunate hairy dude, and found the cheaper plastic Whal trimmers last the longest and work the best. I bought a couple of the metal housing more "expensive" trimmers and they died within a year. just my .02
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how about wahl peanut vs the andis pivot pro
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I thought we agreed the manscaping threads couldn't start up until December?

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gotta throw a flag here and cant or wont watch
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Ive bought the cheap ones. Then I asked my barber. The "commercial" trimmers arent that much more and a lot better than the cheap crap. They will last longer as well. Easy way to tell is they have a hook on them to be able to hang them up. I have the "wahl magic clip" I think I paid $70 a few years ago. First time you use them you can tell the difference.

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