Best Men's Hair Trimmers / Personal Groomers

Trimming is an essential part of many men’s grooming routines. Selecting the right hair trimmer for you can depend on a few factors including your lifestyle, the cut you’re going for and your hair type. Keep reading to find out more important things to consider. Read more…

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Best Men's Hair Trimmer / Personal Groomer

Philips Multigroom Series 7000

Philips Multigroom Series 7000

 · includes 7 listings
4.5 from 11 reviews
Battery Life2 hours to 6 hours

Price (RRP) $139.00 to $309.00

  • Value for Money
    4.5 (11)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (11)
  • Ease of Use
    4.0 (1)
  • Target AreasFace, Hair and Body
  • FeaturesShowerproof, Metal blades and Rechargeable
  • FrameStainless Steel
  • Charging Time1 hours to 3 hours
2nd Best Men's Hair Trimmer / Personal Groomer
Philips Multigroom Series 5000 MG5730/15
Battery Life1.3 hours

Price (RRP) $89.95

  • Value for Money
    4.8 (5)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (5)
  • Target AreasBody, Face and Hair
  • FeaturesRechargeable and Washable
  • Charging Time16 hours
3rd Best Men's Hair Trimmer / Personal Groomer
VS Sassoon The All-Rounder VSM837A
Battery Life0.6 hours
  • Value for Money
    3.7 (3)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (0) · No (3)
  • Target AreasBody, Face and Hair
  • FeaturesRechargeable and Showerproof
  • Charging Time8 hours
VS Sassoon Diamond Precision VSM1000A

Latest review: Bought this for my partner. He was very happy with it as it cut his nose hair with out any pain. Unfortunately it only lasted 3 months then it stopped working. Tried changing the battery but made no

Price (RRP) $19.95

Trimd Manscaper
3.2 from 9 reviews
Battery Life1 hours

Price (RRP) $109.00

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Panasonic ER-GK60
4.2 from 5 reviews
Battery Life0.6 hours

Price (RRP) $199.95

VS Sassoon The Beard Buddy VSM703A

Latest review: I bought this about 8 months ago and it already stopped working. I kinda expected it because of the low price, but I was still a bit disappointed. I took apart the shaver after trying many batteries

Philips Hair Clipper Series 5000

Philips Hair Clipper Series 5000

 · includes 3 listings
4.0 from 5 reviews
Battery Life1.2 hours to 1.5 hours

Price (RRP) $59.95 to $89.95

Remington BHT6450AU
2.9 from 7 reviews

Latest review: This shaver cuts well and the "reach arm" is good, but the motor started badly cutting in and out after only a few months of very little use!! Boo! Yes, I made sure it was clean and charged.

Price (RRP) $149.95

Remington HC70 Personal Haircut Kit

Remington HC70 Personal Haircut Kit

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2.7 from 7 reviews

Latest review: Just bought it and used it today, I found it comfortable enough considering it was purchased for $12.75 and not $20 or $50. I am quite satisfied with the closeness of the cut and can always use the

Price (RRP) $19.95

Philips OneBlade Pro

Philips OneBlade Pro

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4.0 from 3 reviews
Battery Life1.5 hours

Price (RRP) $119.01

Braun EN10
5.0 from 2 reviews
Battery Life1 hours

Price (RRP) $24.95

VS Sassoon Turbo Pro Clipper

VS Sassoon Turbo Pro Clipper

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1.5 from 13 reviews

Latest review: I bought these as I had been using 30 and $40 one's for years to cut the kid's hair but they hated the way they felt spent about 50 on these one's and they are great smooth cut can't even feel the a

Price (RRP) $54.95

Wahl Barracuda Multi Blade WA9899-312
Battery Life2.5 hours

Price (RRP) $229.95

Wahl Multi-Cut Clipper WA9657-012
Battery Life2 hours

Price (RRP) $199.95

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Karmin T70
5.0 from 1 review
Battery Life10 hours

Price (RRP) $129.95

Hulk Hair Trimmers Black + Grey
Battery Life4 hours

Price (RRP) $149.95

Philips Hair Clipper Series 9000

Philips Hair Clipper Series 9000

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2.0 from 3 reviews
Battery Life2 hours

Price (RRP) $129.00

VS Sassoon VSM500A
2.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I purchased this unit on special for $150 from Shaver Shop. After using it three times while following the manufacturer's instructions carefully, I can say without a doubt this product is a pure

Price (RRP) $299.95

Philips Bodygroom Series 3000 BG3010/15

Latest review: Got it from Shavershop. Takes many swipes to cut any longer hair Good for body hair and private part hair Takes very long (6-7 hrs) to fully charge as it is Nickel Cadmium battery Runs for about 50

Price (RRP) $64.95

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Middle aged man trimming beard

Difference between clippers and trimmers

What’s the difference between trimmers, shavers, groomers and clippers? In terms of hair removal products for men, there is a wide range to choose from.

The main difference comes down to the blade size. Clippers have larger blades and are designed to cut long hair whilst trimmers have thin blades which effectively cut and style short hair.

If you have long hair and want to chop off a few inches, then a hair clipper will work best. If you have short hair and want to get a closer shave, then a trimmer is your best bet. If you have long hair and want to get a buzz cut, then you’ll benefit from using both. Firstly, a clipper to cut off the majority of your hair and then a trimmer to get a closer shave.

In conclusion, a clipper is intended for bulk hair cutting on larger areas, whereas a trimmer is designed for edging, outlining, dry shaving and light shaping on smaller areas such as the back of the neck, around the ears and the sideburns.

Clippers and trimmers come with attachments called guards or combs, which are made in different sizes. The combs attach on top of the blade and the size dictates how much hair it cuts.

Whether you’re wanting a buzz cut, to trim your beard or other areas of the body, a trimmer is a great choice for getting a closer and neat cut.

Types of hair trimmers

Before you decide on the perfect trimmer for you, it's important to consider where you’ll be using it and how often.

Beard trimmer

Are you looking to get a clean shave, define your jawline or simply maintain a long beard? You can benefit from purchasing a beard trimmer.

They usually come with two power sources, some can run on a rechargeable battery and others are powered by mains and need to be plugged in. Some have the option of either, making them versatile tools.

Depending on how often you’ll be trimming your beard or if you need to take it on the go whilst travelling will depend on how much you should splash out for a cordless, rechargeable model.

You also have to consider whether you'll need guides and attachments for your trimmer to maintain your desired look and length.

Some of the most popular brands for men’s grooming products include Philips, VS Sassoon, Remington, Wahl and Braun Grooming.

Ear and nose trimmers

The skin inside the nostrils and ears are very sensitive which is why you’ll need trimmers specifically designed for these areas.

While you can buy a separate trimmer for each area, you could save money by buying a trimmer with interchangeable heads instead.


Groomers are similar to hair clippers but are designed to cut hair on the body. For men, they can be used to trim or shave the hair on the chest, abdomen, armpits or groin.

Groomers usually have non-adjustable heads and use a single head to trim the hair. Many groomers also come with adjustable length settings so you can maintain hair length on your body instead of shaving.

Multi groom kits

Since most men need a combination of trimmers, shavers and groomers, some companies have started to bundle grooming and personal care products into a single product called a multi-groom kit.

These kits contain an electrical product with a single motor that comes with multiple changeable heads. Each head tackles body-removal on a different area of the body.

Multi-groom kits cost less, are easy to carry and easy to maintain since you only have to manage a single device instead of multiple devices. The downside is that they may be less effective at the functionalities they offer, since a jack of all trades is a master of none.

Grooming kits may also contain a variety of grooming additions including brushes, scissors, oils and combs of adjustable cutting length combs to give you a range of cutting lengths.

Trimmer blades

When choosing a durable trimmer, you’ll want to check out what the blades are made of. Good quality materials include stainless steel, titanium and chromium. Blades can also be hypoallergenic, making them a wise choice for those with sensitive skin.

Self-sharpening blades can save you valuable maintenance time since they can give you a closer shave for longer.

Cord or cordless trimmers

When choosing which power-source to go for, bear in mind that traditional wired trimmers provide endless power so you won’t have to worry about keeping your trimming time to a minimum. However, wireless trimmers are more convenient to use and provide a great degree of flexibility and portability.


Trimmers usually come with different combs to achieve different lengths. You can adjust the combs for short, medium or long hair. Combs let you choose between a long beard or a light stubble. Make sure that the trimmer you choose has the length options that you want.

When choosing guide combs, you should make sure they are not fragile and are stay in place whilst being used - you can find out this information by reading user reviews on various trimmers.


A good quality pair of hair clippers will not only save you a lot of money and time, but can also last many years if you look after them properly.

You can use a clipper cleaning brush to remove any remaining hair and small deposits between the blades and blade teeth, which if not removed, will eventually blunt the blades.

You can sterilise the blades after use with white vinegar or an alcohol rub. A liquid solution can also be helpful in removing hairs that brushes can’t reach. They prevent hair from clogging up in the first place as well.

These cleaning liquids are designed to cool, deodorize, lubricate, clean, prevent rust and decontaminate the blades.

Features you should consider


Trimmers vary in price based on the features they offer, the brand and the quality. They can range anywhere between $30-200. Those in the upper range may include better-quality blades, a host of attachments and come with warranties. For the most part, you can find an affordable and good quality trimmer for you that covers everything you need.

Grip and convenience

Many parts of the body can be sensitive - that’s why comfort and convenience is something worth paying more for. You should consider investing in hypoallergenic and sharp, durable blades to avoid any skin irritation or cuts. You should also purchase a trimmer with a comfortable grip which makes it easier to maneuver and less likely to drop.

Dry or wet trimming

Some trimmers are made of waterproof material that allows them to be used in the water. This ensures you can shave or trim your beard and body hair while showering. This saves you time and cleaning since you won’t clog the sink with your hair.

Depending on whether you like to trim before, during a shower or after, you should consider whether to go for a trimmer that’s for wet or dry styling. If you switch between both, there are beard trimmers that can accommodate both wet and dry trims.


How easily can you transport your trimmer? If you’re always travelling for work or you’re just a jet setter, you’ll want something you can easily pack in your carry on. You might want to opt for a grooming kit with detachable heads and universal voltage to keep yourself well-groomed no matter where in the world you are.

You can read reviews on our website to see what kind of experience people had with the best trimmers on the market.