Best Beard Trimmer

who’d have guessed that a beard trimmer would become so vital to the safety and well-being of so many? Whether you’re taking on a grooming task once entrusted to your barber or learning to sculpt new facial hair that sprouted after a few months of isolation

Philips Norelco Multigroom Series 7000 MG7750

The Philips Norelco MG7750 has almost everything we could ask for in a beard trimmer. Its motor offers just the right amount of power—enough to make quick work of thick hair, but not so much that a slight slip will remove a large section of a beard or mustache. Its design feels great in the hand, and it saves space because it can stand upright on a countertop or in a medicine cabinet. The MG7750 is an all-purpose beard, hair, and body trimmer; it includes 14 guide combs, trimmer heads in three widths, a small foil shaver head, and a nose hair trimmer.

Wahl Lithium Ion+ Stainless Steel Groomer #9818

The Wahl Lithium Ion+ Stainless Steel Groomer #9818 has the power and versatility of a professional tool in a cordless body, with the most powerful motor of any beard trimmer we’ve tested. It was the clear favorite among the barbers we consulted when we first wrote this guide, and it is the only rechargeable trimmer the pros said they would actually use in their barbershops. It also works as a hair and body trimmer, and includes 12 guide combs, a detail trimmer head, a shaver head, and a nose hair trimmer.

Wahl Peanut

If you want a reliable tool that can cut thick hair down to a stubble—and you don’t mind wrangling a power cord—we recommend the Wahl Peanut. This less expensive yet powerful trimmer has been our corded pick for some time now, beating everything we’ve tested it against in terms of cutting power, durability, and closeness of trim. It’s stronger than any cordless trimmer we’ve tried, yet it’s lighter, smaller, more maneuverable, and easier to maintain than other pro trimmers and clippers, which tend toward tanklike construction.

Philips Norelco Multigroom Series 3000 MG3750

If a low price is your highest priority, we like the power and versatility of the Philips Norelco MG3750, one of the most popular, well-reviewed trimmers on Amazon. It seems to trim about as well as our top pick, the same company’s MG7750, but its body is made mostly from plastic rather than stainless steel, so it’s lighter and therefore more practical for travel. It doesn’t feel as sturdy and stable as the MG7750, though, and it can’t stand on its own. Unlike other budget-priced trimmers we’ve used, the MG3750 can remove lots of hair quickly without pulling any in the process.

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