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    After a decent beard trimmer, reccomendations?

    probably only wanna spend £20 or less if possible, im willing to wait for the right think to come around in price, ive heard the istubble is pretty good... im just sick and tired or wet shaving

    was just gna buy that wahl set posted on here but its not availible near me

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    would recomend

    babyliss forfex, beard trimmers for the 20pound mark dont last long but this will last for years!
    2 links for diffrent ones, the one i got is in the 1st link and paid about £60 2-3 years ago from a hair dressers wholesalers and its still like new

    body360.co.uk/pro…178

    lookfantastic.com/ele…tml

    Original Poster

    SUMMONER

    [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FRemington-MB320C-Barba-Beard-Trimmer%2Fdp%2FB000SZ7460%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1297619490%26sr%3D8-1]Remington Beard Trimmer with ceramic blades, works great.[/url]



    aye this is the one i have been considering... seems to get good reviews

    My recommendation is that you shave it off. Especially if you want a girlfriend.

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    babyboxer85

    would recomendbabyliss forfex, beard trimmers for the 20pound mark dont … would recomendbabyliss forfex, beard trimmers for the 20pound mark dont last long but this will last for years! 2 links for diffrent ones, the one i got is in the 1st link and paid about £60 2-3 years ago from a hair dressers wholesalers and its still like newhttp://www.body360.co.uk/product.php?source=base&xProd=178http://www.lookfantastic.com/electricals/babyliss-pro/clippers-and-trimmers/babyliss-pro-forfex-professional-rechargeable-trimmers.html



    like the look of that first one but its jsut a bit more than i care to spend on a trimmer, im currently usign a wet shaver while ignoring the wet part so even a budget trimmer would be a big step up in comfort i would have thought

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    sickly sweet

    My recommendation is that you shave it off. Especially if you want a … My recommendation is that you shave it off. Especially if you want a girlfriend.



    lol, women dont like stubble? im fair haired ish so my pathetic effort would be doing well to be classified as stubble

    if i use a wet razor it jsut iritates and gives me a couple of spots on my neck which i cant be on with

    joeprosho

    lol, women dont like stubble? im fair haired ish so my pathetic effort … lol, women dont like stubble? im fair haired ish so my pathetic effort would be doing well to be classified as stubbleif i use a wet razor it jsut iritates and gives me a couple of spots on my neck which i cant be on with



    Have a look at L'occitane (I think) they have something to help with the shaving irritation that my ex used to use and it worked well.
    I hated getting stubble rash from OH's stubbly chin plus there is a huge difference between designer stubble at the end of the day and a beard, please for the sake of your sexual wellbeing continue to shave.

    joeprosho

    like the look of that first one but its just a bit more than i care to … like the look of that first one but its just a bit more than i care to spend on a trimmer, I'm currently using a wet shaver while ignoring the wet part so even a budget trimmer would be a big step up in comfort i would have thought



    honesty for £40 it's worth it.

    there is this model for £20 body360.co.uk/pro…767

    They look pretty much the same so that might be better bet. After a year your wish u got the dearer one! lol

    sickly sweet

    Have a look at L'occitane (I think) they have something to help with the … Have a look at L'occitane (I think) they have something to help with the shaving irritation that my ex used to use and it worked well.I hated getting stubble rash from OH's stubbly chin plus there is a huge difference between designer stubble at the end of the day and a beard, please for the sake of your sexual wellbeing continue to shave.



    stubble is a dream for men and women!

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    sickly sweet

    Have a look at L'occitane (I think) they have something to help with the … Have a look at L'occitane (I think) they have something to help with the shaving irritation that my ex used to use and it worked well.I hated getting stubble rash from OH's stubbly chin plus there is a huge difference between designer stubble at the end of the day and a beard, please for the sake of your sexual wellbeing continue to shave.

    oO

    ah well she's away for a few months atm so ive got a while to do what i want!!

    babyboxer85

    stubble is a dream for men and women!



    Some dreams should never come true, they will only disappoint. Just like that one of sleeping with your childhood crush, it will never be as good as the dream.

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    whatsThePoint

    Get one of … Get one of thesehttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-qc5170-mains-rechargeable-h/850462Yes i know its a hair trimmer but with the height guard off it does my stubble in ½ the time of my shavers trimmer



    this brings up an interesting point would i jsut be better off with a pair of clippers?

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    sickly sweet

    Some dreams should never come true, they will only disappoint. Just like … Some dreams should never come true, they will only disappoint. Just like that one of sleeping with your childhood crush, it will never be as good as the dream.



    but what about a bit of stubble on stubble action?

    joeprosho

    but what about a bit of stubble on stubble action?



    Just wrong. Very wrong.
    Sometimes old and blunt razors can cause the red spots, and try using a good shaving gel. Oh and shave after having a shower and use a moisturiser.

    Banned

    Stubble/short beard is the only way to go!

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    might get a i-studdble for 34 quid form ebay...

    uses paypal money whihc isnt real anyways

    Original Poster

    ah crap i cant cover another order on paypal if i buy at that ive got £31 ppg spare for one...

    This -
    amazon.co.uk/gp/…-21

    I have a beard. I had the i-trimmer, it was alright, but above is the best I used.

    *Sickly, some woman love beards

    I have the istubble defo worth it. Best trimmer ive owned.

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    rehydrated

    This … This -[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB000SZ7460%2Fref%3Dnosim%2F%3Ftag%3Dhotukdeals-21]http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000SZ7460/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21[/url]I have a beard. I had the i-trimmer, it was alright, but above is the best I used.*Sickly, some woman love beards



    I'm in the market for a new one too, what makes the one you mentioned better than the istubble?

    http://www.me5me5.com/images/remington%20hc350c.jpg

    I've had this for a few years and had the previous model replaced [ broken plastic blade!]. Hair trimmers but work a dream; 3 gives a wonderful cropped look!

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    master_chief

    I'm in the market for a new one too, what makes the one you mentioned … I'm in the market for a new one too, what makes the one you mentioned better than the istubble?



    hmm its haf a star higher review on amzon, i might have to come back round to this one now, its in budget and everything.. pretty sure you can use it with that top plastic bit reoved aswell
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