02-22-2017, 06:42 AM
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Wahl Micro Groomsman $13-$20

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Compact, quiet, more importantly no pulling whatsoever ime, just cuts clean, pretty simple. Scissors seem clunky to me and would appear to take extra effort to cut down to the base, though I certainly could be wrong about that.


~Royce

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 03-10-2017, 07:20 AM
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The BullGoose Groom Mate Platinum is great.  It is not so great for ear hair, IMO, but does the nose right!

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 04-25-2017, 11:58 AM
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(11-04-2016, 08:58 AM)Shanman Wrote: I have the black and blue Panasonic electric, works well for me and rinseable too.

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 04-25-2017, 02:36 PM
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I have had a GroomMate SS for quite a while and it works well for me.
After seeing a Post on the Hoffritz (Page 1 on this thread) I bought a used one on ebay (Original version, made in Germany) for about $13 a few months ago. You have to be careful,
or it will 'pull' your hairs.

My wife recently bought a Wahl Micro GroomsMan (as in Post #21) and I have used it a couple of times. I was surprised that it worked rather well (fast, efficient, NO hair tugging).
A lot better than the other battery powered trimmers that I bought years ago. (I think they were mostly a 'rotary design', the GroomsMan has more of a 'shear design' like a larger trimmer).
It is also easy to get into your nose and ear, since it has a very 'thin' head (the head that it comes attached with, havn't tried the other heads.
My wife bought it to trim the rear of her neckline. It does this well also.

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 05-04-2017, 05:30 AM
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Nose Wax.. No time to mess around.

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