Best Beard Trimmer in India 2021

Best Beard Trimmer in India 2021

Buying the best beard trimmer is essential for keeping your facial follicles in check, but there can be a huge difference in the cut of different clippers. Some say it’s easier when you start growing your facial hair, but the truth is it’s even trickier.

A good trimmer needs to give an even cut, easily adjust for different gradients and blends and unless you want to have a sink full of bristles, a way to catch those wasted whiskers.

You can spend a whole lot of money getting a trim at the barbers every week, or alternatively you can save your hard earned by doing the dirty work yourself at home with a beard trimmer. They’re easy to use, give great results in minutes, and when you get acquainted with the art of self-grooming, you can start experimenting with different styles whenever you like.

Unsurprisingly, there are a lot of beard trimmers out there claiming to the best thing for your shabby cheeks, so it’s wise to get the one that’s right for your needs. Whether you need the ultra-fine shaved look, or you just need to keep an ungainly bushy beard in check, we look at everything from Braun to Remington and find out which one represents the pinnacle of beard trimming tech.

If a closer shave is what you need, check out our best electric shavers feature.

 

Philips Click & Style Shave and Stubble

Perfect for those who often mix and match between clean shaven and a bit of stubble, the Click&Style comes with two heads so you only need one razor for both jobs. If you’re shaping that stubbel then there’s a choice of five lengths, each with a distinct style and it can be used with shaving foam, for a comforting full face shave. It’s waterproof too, so you can take it in the shower and you’ll bag about a 40-minute shave after an hour of charging.

 

Braun Cruzer6 Beard & Head

Designed to style both your facial fuzz and the hair on your head, this trimmer boasts click&lock tech, for easy head switching and a dual battery system to keep it going for longer between charges. You can fine tune the blade, ensuring your hair is cut to your exact specifications and it’s fully washable, so it can join you in the shower.

 

Remington Touch Control Beard Trimmer

This tech packed trimmer not only features 175 length settings and a battery that’ll let you style your fuzz for 50 minutes non-stop, but it also boasts a touch screen. The Touch Control system gives you greater control of your trim, letting you control the speed and length.

 

Braun Cruzer 6 Face

This versatile wet-dry shaver, beard trimmer and goatee tamer has a Batman’s utility belt-like range of attachments, handling long growth with ease and creating clean, precise sideburn lines. Lightweight and compact.

 

Philips BT9280 Laser Guided Trimmer

Projecting a precision-enabling red line on to your mug may seem overdoing it for anyone that isn’t George Michael, but this waterproof, easy-clean trimmer with 17 length settings is so flexible it gets away with showing off.

 

Remington MB6550

With more attachments than a Swiss Army knife, it’s lucky the Remington comes with its own carry case to keep them all stowed. Its built-in vacuum catches the worst of the facial fallout, but leaves the sink far from spotless.

 

Mangroomer Scruff Sculptor

On the Mangroomer website you can buy some pretty hardcore-looking back shavers, so you know the company means business with its range of products. On the beard trimming side of things, the Scruff Sculptor is available, with an incredibly fine shave of just 0.3mm available, meaning you’ll probably have the lightest beard on the street. The Whisker Belly is designed to trap hairs in its red pocket, while the Power Burst function tackles particularly bushy beards with ease.

 

Philips Beard trimmer Series 7000

Another fine piece of beard trimming gadgetry from Philips, but this time there are no lasers. Boo! Instead, you get a vacuum! Sure, it’s not quite as exciting, but it is actually really useful – sucking up your face hairs as you get on with your grooming, and you even get a turbo boost button when extra suctions and cutting actions is required, so it’s pretty exciting stuff. The 7000 doesn’t cut quite as fine as the 9000, but it’s great news for those wanting to cultivate their beards – with the ability to dial in a lengthy maximum of 18mm.

 

Panasonic ER-GB40

For those who like to shave while they shower, this beard trimmer from Panasonic could be a wise choice. It’s fully waterproof, it can be used with shaving cream if you so desire, and the Water-Through Head means that when you want to give it a clean, you just run it under water – which, if you’re in the shower each time – is easy. Unlike many of the other beard trimmers available right now, the ER-GB40 relies on a simple mechanical dial to adjust the length of trim – from a reasonable 1mm up to 10mm. It’ll also last for about 50 minutes on a full charge.

 

Wahl Lithium Ion Grooming Station Li+

As far as its trimming abilities go there are no standout features, but what is impressive about this beardy gadget is the battery technology found inside. Thanks to Lithium Ion – the kind you’d normally find in smartphones – the Wahl Grooming Station not only weighs less than your average trimmer, it can also go on for an impressive 150 minutes before a recharge, and if you somehow wake up in the morning with a dead battery, it’ll handily give you enough for one full trim with a 1 minute charge.

 

Philips Beardtrimmer Series 7000

Another fine piece of beard trimming gadgetry from Philips, but this time there are no lasers. Boo! Instead, you get a vacuum! Sure, it’s not quite as exciting, but it is actually really useful – sucking up your face hairs as you get on with your grooming, and you even get a turbo boost button when extra suctions and cutting actions is required, so it’s pretty exciting stuff. The 7000 doesn’t cut quite as fine as the 9000, but it’s great news for those wanting to cultivate their beards – with the ability to dial in a lengthy maximum of 18mm.

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