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    Default Beard Trimmer

    Ok so I am looking for a good beard/goatee trimmer.

    Any recommendations?
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    LOL Ricardo, I thought this was a spam post at first until I saw who did it.

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    OK, on a serious note this is the one I have and it works great. Has lots of positive feedback too. Not sure how much you are looking to spend, but this one is about $35. Have had it for about 2 years now, with no issues.

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    I just bought the one they sell at Target two years ago for 12 bucks. It works great and shaves balls too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeyboy View Post
    i just bought the one they sell at target two years ago for 12 bucks. It works great and shaves balls too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wutadumsn23 View Post
    OK, on a serious note this is the one I have and it works great. Has lots of positive feedback too. Not sure how much you are looking to spend, but this one is about $35. Have had it for about 2 years now, with no issues.

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    Good one Jeff, but you didn't say what "this one" is lol. Opened the thread because I'm in need of one too

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    Quote Originally Posted by kawizx9r View Post
    Good one Jeff, but you didn't say what "this one" is lol. Opened the thread because I'm in need of one too

    Gillette Fusion 5 blade razors go quick and are expensive, and I don't always want a close shave.
    Yeah what one is it? And i would like it to be where it does not "pull" the hairs on my face. I have had one like that before and it was painful.
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    Andis Outliner II. Best in the game so far and they work well. Make sure you get the II's though as they run cooler and cut razor sharp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeyboy View Post
    It works great and shaves balls too!
    THAT, my friends, is a teste-monial meant for television commercials!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeyboy View Post
    I just bought the one they sell at Target two years ago for 12 bucks. It works great and shaves balls too!
    brought me my first smile and laugh of the day. i'm simple.:D

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    I heard that the Emotiva BTR-1 is going to be released in a few weeks.

    It's supposed to be a world class, reference quality beard trimmer.
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    LOL, thanks Curt, heyt it was late and I was tired. Here is the link, only a day late.

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    Whichever one you get be sure to upgrade the power cord. Crappy line voltage can cause annoying hair pulls and uneven trimming.
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    make sure it's unisex....it's has to have WAF
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fongolio View Post
    Whichever one you get be sure to upgrade the power cord. Crappy line voltage can cause annoying hair pulls and uneven trimming.
    How bout I just pull the Panamax out of the setup and plug it into the bathroom outlet :p
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    That will guarantee a pain free even trim. Perhaps then even the wife will use it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kawizx9r View Post
    How bout I just pull the Panamax out of the setup and plug it into the bathroom outlet :p
    That will guarantee a pain free even trim. Perhaps then even the wife will use it!
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    Tip a lawn mower over onto it's side and CAREFULLY stick your face in it. Works like a charm.

    You're going to want to be real careful though...seriously, really really careful. Go a little too far and you might be taking your nose or an ear off.
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