Best Electric Beard Trimmers and Facial Hair Clippers for Men

Best Electric Beard Trimmers and Facial Hair Clippers for Men

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If you’re looking for a trimmer for men that can cut through the thickest and longest facial hair, you have come to the right place.

In this beard trimmer review, we showcase five of the best beard trimmers that are surely going to make grooming your whiskers to feel like a breeze.

We don’t appreciate long dwindled marketing jargon and would instead get right to the chase with credible reviews from reputable sources.

For this particular beard trimmer review, we took inspiration from the best beard trimmer review of Beard Resource.

So sharpen your clippers and let’s get down into the trimmer rankings.

Best Facial Hair Clippers for Men

1. Wahl Lithium-Ion Plus Beard Trimmer

wahl beard clippers for menThis thing is a beautiful piece of design. A powerful and sleek trimmer with a stainless-steel body and an industry leading Lithium-ion+ battery that provides an insane 4-hour trim time for just 60-minute charge.

The adjustability is decent with 12 different plastic guards, and the grooming tool comes with four easy to use attachment heads for close shaving detail, precision fine detail, nose & ear hair trimming, and of course, the standard T-blade trimmer head.

All of this comes with a travel case, a universal 110V/220V voltage, and Wahl’s patented self-sharpening blades that can easily power through long beards.

Beard Resource isn’t the only one recommending the Wahl trimmer, other top sources, like the NY Mag, have also praised its functionality.

All-in-all, we give this trimmer a solid 4.5/5 star rating.

2. Philips Norelco 7750 Multi-Grooming Kit

philips norelco beard trimmerIf you want the true all-in-one beard trimmer that can also handle body grooming, hair clipping, ear & nose detailing, and achieve close foil shaving, then look no further than the impressive 23-piece beard trimming kit shown here.

You will get a massive amount of versatility with it and an industry-leadingĀ 5-hour battery life that is provided by a powerful Li-ion battery.

The trimmer motor and blade design are top of the line and the best Philips has to offer.

Not to mention the fact that this trimmer is fully washable and powerful enough to cut coarse and thick beards or hair. If you’d ask us, we’d be happy to say that it’s likely the best beard trimmer for long beards available.

And hey, don’t take our word for it. Other credible sources have also recommended the Norelco beard trimmers such as Esquire, Beard Resource, and GQ.

3. Brio BeardScape Facial Hair & Mustache Trimmer

brio beardscapeThis trimmer follows a very modest and basic looking design, which hides inside some impressive benefits.

For one, the trimmer engine is powerful enough to power through thick and coarse beards, while the large Li-ion battery gives out an impressive 4-hour trim time.

There’s plenty of adjustment combs to go with it (from 1mm to 18mm) and the blade height can be adjusted from 1.0mm to 1.9mm.

The design has me wishing for bit more, and the clamping system that holds the guards in place could definitely be better, but all-in-all, this is a very good high-end trimmer that should last you a long time and get the job done.

Below is an unboxing review from BeardBrand:

4. Philips Norelco OneBlade Pro

philips oneblade stubble trimmerThe latest addition to the Norelco series is a genius little hybrid tool that works as a beard trimmer, stubble trimmer, and an electric razor shaver.

It’s also one of the lightest trimmers available at 3.42 oz and still holds in relatively powerful electric motor and comes with 90 minutes of trim time for a full charge.

The blades cut from both sides, meaning that you can easily go against the grain with the trimmer, and the adjustable guard attachment has a dial adjustment that means you will not have to store and change dozens of plastic guards each time you want to use a different length setting.

Here you can see the power of the OneBlade trimmer, as this magnificient beard is cut of (really, a huge mistake) effortlessly with the hybrid stubble trimmer/electric razor:

If you don’t want to cut off your beard completely, and would like some trimming options for a longer beard, then don’t get the OneBlade, as it’s length adjustments aren’t that long, and they only cover most of the shorter beard styles.

5. Panasonic ER-SB40-K Waterproof Beard Trimmer

panasonic beard trimmerPanasonic is one of the top brands when it comes to beard clippers and facial hair grooming tools.

Their flagship beard trimmer, the ER-SB40K is among the best of the best in this regard, as Panasonic has made it waterproof, put in a powerful trimmer motor, a Li-ion battery, and a really nice adjustable guard system that means you can say goodbye to the dozens of plastic guards most beard trimmers will have you storing.

Of course, we can’t forget the blades. The round tipped hypoallergenic stainless-steel trimmer blades glide through your face effortlessly, and the 9800 CPM electric motor provides enough torque to decimate even the thickest of beards.

All of the above combined with the fact that this beard trimmer is also incredibly light-weight at 2.99 oz mean that you definitely shouldn’t forget Panasonic when discussing facial hair trimmers for men.

It’s right up there with the top brands like Braun, Wahl, and Philips.

Conclusion

Beard trimming is a form of art, and part of what makes it enjoyable is using the proper trimming tools.

One of the most important personal grooming assets a man can have, is a versatile beard trimmer that handles much about any type of hair, be it facial hair, head hair, pubic hair, body hair, or even nose or ear hair..

With these five beard clippers we just reviewed, I’m sure you can find your own favorite.

You can purchase all the five from most major online retailers like Amazon or eBay, and they should all be available at bigger stores locally like Target or WalMart.

If you’re not from US, most products, with the omission of Wahl, are sold globally around the World. In fact, some of the products – especially the German-made Braun and Philips – are easier to find in Europe than they are in the US.