Three Features You Need in an Electric Grooming Tool

If you’re cleaning up your first mustache or beard, or you just need a tool to keep those sideburns in order, a specialized electric trimmer can be a huge help.

When it comes to keeping a beard or hairstyle neatly groomed, there is no substitute for an electric trimmer. It puts the power of a professional barber right in your own hands to subdue shaggy sideburns, overgrown mustaches, or any other hirsute region begging for attention. Here are three features you’ll want to consider when looking for an electric beard trimmer.

Many Accessories

This product comes with 23 pieces to accomplish whatever look you’re going for. Philips Norelc


At minimum, an electric trimmer should have both a fine and a coarse cutting blade. Ideally, it will also include an attachment for skin-close shaving, as well as a narrow head for fine trimming, shaping, and etching.

Works in the USA and Internationally

This option will run up to four hours on a single charge. Wahl


You can’t have too many blade guards. From fading combs for sideburns and temples to body, beard, and stubble guards, each one has a specific profile and depth of cut to achieve whatever look you are going for.

LED Display for Battery Life

In addition to facial follicles, this model comes with an attachment to cut those in the nose and ear. HATTEKER


Among the many cutting blades available with an electric trimmer, the nose/ear attachment is perhaps the most undervalued. But when it comes to weed-whacking troublesome foliage of the nostrils and ears, only a tool designed specifically for that unique terrain will suffice. To own one is to love one.