Philips Series 9000 Laser Guided Beard Trimmer BT9280/33 for Precise Symmetrical Beards The Philips Series 9000 Laser Guided Beard Trimmer is just the tool a man needs to trim and shape his beard. On one side of the Beard Trimmer is a 32mm wide high performance trimmer and on the other side is a 15mm wide precision trimmer (great for trimming under your nose)
Philips 9000 Beard Trimmer Review
My husband is absolutely thrilled with the Philips Series 9000 Laser Guided Beard Trimmer, well that is to say he was after he worked out how to use the laser successfully.
Once received my husband first had to fully charge the beard trimmer which takes approximately one hour, this allows 60 minutes of cordless use. If you do happen to run out of charge, just plug the trimmer in and continue. There is also an LED screen which lets you know how much charge is left.
The great thing about the Philips Series 9000 Beard Trimmer:
The Philips Series 9000 Beard Trimmer Is the 17 lock in length settings, controlled by the zoom wheel on the handle. My husband has had great fun reducing his quite full beard in increments down to the length he felt best suited him, claiming that the shorter and neater style had taken years off his looks (no comment from me). The beard trimmer will trim from 7mm down to 0.4mm (the lowest setting giving a neat stubble look)
Now as mentioned earlier the laser guide did cause my husband a few problems. The laser guide projects a thin sharp line onto the face showing exactly where to trim. Once mastered this should allow you to create straight lines and more importantly symmetrical styles.
My Personal opinion:
My husband has tried to style his beard using the laser a couple of times but he assures me it’s not quite as easy as it seems. On his first attempt he was so nervous in case he messed it up that his hand was shaking so much that … yes, he messed it up (apparently, all my fault because I couldn’t stop laughing at the (in my opinion) unnecessary performance needed to trim a beard). Second attempt was a little better, however, although my husband insisted both sides of his beard were evenly trimmed, I begged to differ. Tonight he locked himself in the bathroom for his third and final attempt and when he came out, he looked, well … groomed.
So to sum up … / A perfect grooming tool, once you get the hang of it.
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