Philips Series 9000 Waterproof Beard Trimmer BT9280/33 £61.99 @ Costco

Philips Series 9000 Waterproof Beard Trimmer BT9280/33 £61.99 @ Costco

Found 6th Jan 2018
Experience ultimate control with an exclusive laser guide, allowing you to create the exact look you want with total confidence. The innovative laser light guidance system projects a line of light to point out where the hairs will be cut to ensure perfect precision every time. This is the ideal solution for those that like to experiment with their look from stylish stubble to precise trimmed beards.

This dual side trimmer has a 32mm high-performance trimmer on one side giving more control for a fast and even trim and a 15mm wide precision trimmer on the other side, perfect for getting into small spaces under the nose or around your mouth. It's designed to cut very close whilst still protecting your skin and is great for fine lines or to round off the edges of your beard. Its small size and angled design also make it easy to see what you are doing.

The easy length setting has 17 lock-in lengths from 0.4mm to 7mm to select your preferred trim length by turning the zoom wheel on the handle until the length you desire is displayed. Your chosen length is then 'locked in' for a precise and even trim. If you want that perfect stubble look, just use the 0.4mm setting.


  • Model: BT9280/33
  • Includes:
    • Series 9000 beard trimmer
    • Storage pouch
    • Beard comb
    • Detail comb
  • World's only lase-guided trimmer for ultimate precision
  • Unique laser light guidance system that projects thin beam of light for precise, symmetrical results
  • Dual sided reversible trimmer for ultimate versatility
  • 17 lock-in length settings (0.4mm-7mm)
  • Sleek design in graphite with LED illuminated charge and mode indicators
  • LED battery indicator
  • 100% waterproof and washable
  • 1 hour charge provides 60 minutes usage
  • Cordless but can plug in whilst trimming
  • Class 1 laser guide which complies with IEC60825-1
*Please note it is advised to not stare directly into the laser and avoid shining the light directly in the eye
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Paid about £30 a year ago and certainly wouldnt pay more. The charge is poor and you have to constantly run it under water for it to work properly. Cant even comment on the pointless laser as I didnt buy it for that.
i know mate loads of things prices gone up because of exchange rates
Paid £30 before Christmas from Phillips website
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