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    Amigos, I currently have a cheap, very basic and battery-operated beard trimmer - it cost around about £8. The batteries go really quickly, which is irritating - so I want to get something that is plugged into the mains.

    Any recommendations? Within the price bracket of, say, £15-£30.

    Spanking you in advance.
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    I got a decent pair of clippers that also serve as a beard trimmer from Boots for £10.
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    This is the one i've got. It's got like a vacuum thing that sucks up all the hair, you can adjust the length and that plastic bit at the top comes off if you want to go even shorter. Can double up as hair clippers as well.

    Its about £30 from argos, probably can get it cheaper online.
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    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    Amigos, I currently have a cheap, very basic and battery-operated beard trimmer - it cost around about £8. The batteries go really quickly, which is irritating - so I want to get something that is plugged into the mains.

    Any recommendations? Within the price bracket of, say, £15-£30.

    Spanking you in advance.
    I highly HIGHLY recommend this

    not so sturdy or tactile as other more slick looking shavers like remmingtons, but a MUCH better cut, more combs so more lengths, the T head is really good without a guard for an overall shave for just very close stubble

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wahl-Groomin.../dp/B0012GJG8I

    I previously owned
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Remington-Hi...7243181&sr=1-1 Nice piece of engineering. Pretty to look at, but didnt cut nicely....scraped my face, too few cutting lengths
 
 
 
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