Summary: This is a really well made trimmer. It looks stylish with the pattern in the red section, while the black areas are a rubberised material which gives good grip but does tend to cause trimmed hair to stick to it. It's easily washed under the tap though. Its well balanced and very ergonomic to hold. The battery lasts very well, I've had this a couple of weeks now (used 4 - 5 times) and have still not charged it for a second time yet.
Excerpt: The trimmer is quite uneven. And the comb is not well designed. It's a centimetre too short which means that if you were to hold the trimmer at a more acute angle than perpendicular to the surface, you might find it has cut much shorter than the setting.
Summary: It has a comfortable feel with the hand side being soft rubber. Like most Phillips its powerful and charges for long trimming sessions. Even with the blade of a still get a nice stubble/shave effect. Only downside is probably the head.Since its flat you wont be able to move around the trimmer around your face and let the trimmer automatically adjust to your face's contour/edges.So you will have move it up n down .Doing this a found that the blade doesn't poke into your...
Summary: Very easy to use. Length adjustment wheel has a chunky feel. Can be rinsed under tap so easy to keep clean. Good for maintaining a short stubble length. Battery life is great. Owned this product for 3 months and would definitely recommend it.
Summary: I wanted a beard trimmer that: - I could use in the shower - Would cut very close, for super-short stubble (shaving with a razor irritates my skin) - Wouldn't cut or nick my skin, no matter how careless I was - Would last a while, and keep sharp without maintenance This one does the trick! I tried the iStubble, which cut my skin, and ended up using cheap & cheerful Babyliss beard clippers without a guard for a while. They didn't last long, but were cheap.