Remington Groom Professional MB320C Barba Beard Trimmer £19.95 @ Amazon
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Remington Groom Professional MB320C Barba Beard Trimmer £19.95 @ Amazon

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Found 6th Aug 2010
Been looking for a beard trimmer for a while now. This is cheaper than the previous £24 offer submitted a while ago. This has great customer reviews so I thought it's worth a share


Product Features

* Diamond like carbon coated blades 400% harder than steel blades
* Lube for life blades never need oiling
* Zoom wheel with 9 pre-set length settings, pop up trimmer
* Mains/Rechargeable with 40 mins cordless use
* 2 LED charging indicators, storage bag and beard comb

7 Comments

Have some heat from me.

Ive been using one of these for ages now and it still cuts perfectly. Ideal for keeping the facial hair under control.

The only issue is it does leave a mess of hair all over the bathroom so next time i'll probably try one of the brauns with the hair vac.

coyote

The only issue is it does leave a mess of hair all over the bathroom so … The only issue is it does leave a mess of hair all over the bathroom so next time i'll probably try one of the brauns with the hair vac.



The Philips QT4045 Turbovac beard trimmer is currently only £18 on Amazon. Surely a better deal? Especially if you're after a vacuum model.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…_01

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SirHugo

The Philips QT4045 Turbovac beard trimmer is currently only £18 on … The Philips QT4045 Turbovac beard trimmer is currently only £18 on Amazon. Surely a better deal? Especially if you're after a vacuum model.http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000GX378S/ref=pd_luc_sbs_02_01



Yes I saw that too, it looks quite good. I chose the remmington as it has a lot of positive reviews

[quote=SirHugo
The Philips QT4045 Turbovac beard trimmer is currently only £18 on Amazon. Surely a better deal? Especially if you're after a vacuum model.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000GX378S/ref=pd_luc_sbs_02_01[/quote]

I've got that one and it's good at general beard trimming but it's pretty much useless for detail trimming - moustache etc. At least the Remington has a pop-up trimmer.

I saw the Remington tonight at Sainsbury's - no price on the shelf but it scanned through at £16.60. Wasn't sure if it was the model posted here so I didn't purchase (they only had one). Might go back tomorrow for it. Wish it would just take a pair of standard AA rechargeables though, like my old Remington trimmer. Use Eneloops in it, they last forever. Much better for taking on holiday - no need to take a power supply.

Also had a Philips rechargeable trimmer but the battery life became useless - tried to replace it (unsuccessfully) and found there was only one poxy AA battery in it , something like 500mAh.

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Edit - price now £19.95!

Bump! Just ordered one as it's still the best price
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