Wahl 5598-417X Definer Beard Trimmer - £11.99 - Argos

Wahl 5598-417X Definer Beard Trimmer - £11.99 - Argos

Found 18th May 2014
Your style, your way! The rechargeable definer features a 5 position guide comb and 3 attachment combs making it the ultimate all over grooming kit.

Model number: 5598-417X

Ergonomic design.
Grades 0.5-13mm.
15hr charge time for 45 mins usage.
Not washable.
4 attachments.
1 head.
For dry use.
Cordless use.
Accessories include: travel pouch, cleaning brush, oil, blade guard, moustache comb and charging stand.

General information

Rechargeable battery powered.
Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
EAN: 5037127014318.
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Thanks buzz, this product works wonders for me


Thanks buzz, this product works wonders for me


Looking good pal, like a new person since I saw you last.....


Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 18th May 2014

Thanks buzz, this product works wonders for me

**** ME!!. :-(

No offence ..... lol. :-)
Cheap but believe me its VERY noisy (leaves a ringing in your ears after trimming the burns), and the battery wears out quickly..as in after about 6 months a 15 hour charge produced about 10-15 minutes use, and it broke within a year. I just threw it away and went back to my babyliss one
15 hrs chargetime!
By the time it charges your beard's grown back!

(ps - comments 1 and 2 - LOL!)
charge time ridiculous for the amount of run time! much better available for only few quid more
wahl is rubbish whether it's clippers or beard trimmers. Better paying few more pounds for babyliss
Are these any good for shaving ladies trouser beards? I'm thinking of setting up a business and wouldn't want to use any old low quality tat.
15 hours for 45 minutes usage is terrible - especially since it's cordless use only.
I bought one of these last year. Ripped my face apart!! Wouldn't recommend it at all!

Go for the I-Trim for £23 thats advertised on here, thats a much better product.
As neish777, got one a few weeks ago and it is absolute rubbish, better results with a soggy biscuit! No power, which results in pulling and tearing rather than a cutting action. Awful device.
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