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  • Precision 45 Degree Blades: Panasonic mustache and beard trimmer for men uses durable, super sharp 45 degree angle stainless steel, hypoallergenic blades to cut quickly and cleanly for efficient beard, mustache and hair trimming
  • Adjustable Beard Trimmer Dial: The quick adjust trimmer dial provides 19 precision settings for personalized sculpting, trimming, cutting and detailing
  • Ergonomic, Rubberized Grip: The ergonomic beard and hair trimmer design with rubberized grip provides for total comfort and control; Clean the trimmer in seconds under warm running water
  • Cordless Operation: Use the trimmer cordless anytime, anywhere for up to 50 minutes with rechargeable Ni MH battery power
  • Convenient Travel Size and Accessories: Handy men's trimmer includes a cleaning brush and AC charging stand that fits easily in bags and luggage for travel
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Good for pubes?
Yes the small size makes it easier to maneuver than full size trimmers
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Bought this 6 years ago, still works great. No issues with battery, cutting, etc. I just make sure I oil it from time to time and brush out any hair that gets stuck. Little maintenance goes a long way
What kind of oil do you use? How easy is it to lubricate?
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Can this be used as a hair clipper? What is the difference ​b/w a trimmer and clipper? Thanks
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Can this be used as a hair clipper? What is the difference ​b/w a trimmer and clipper? Thanks
Not much diff. A hair clipper is basically designed to cut longer hair. It often comes with several different attachments. A trimmer, on the other hand, is often used for shorter or finer hairs. It has thinner blades that make it easy to work on finer details of the hair or beard. So if you own a clipper, you will need a trimmer too.

This trimmer has adjustable attachment so it give you the benefit of a clipper with the finer control of a trimmer. On the down side, it may not cut as fast as a clipper because it's smaller. Though this trimmer is just the right size to work as a clipper too, imho.

Similar to the people here, I bought this trimmer the last time on sale around Feb 2015 and has been storing and using it in the hot shower. Hot and wet environment will rust anything but this thing is still going strong.

Also, I use the oil that came with my paper shredder. Not that often, I apply oil and clean it every year or so. I always make sure to clean out majority of the hairs after every use, which is easy to flush out with my shower water pressure.
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Can anyone comment on how close to the skin the trim is at 0? I use my plugin peanut with no guard for my neck and jawline and it's very neat. How would this compare?
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Can anyone comment on how close to the skin the trim is at 0? I use my plugin peanut with no guard for my neck and jawline and it's very neat. How would this compare?
https://www.amazon.com/ask/questi...B008KEJ1LM - to quote the response from Amazon "It will shave close to the skin but not as close as you would expect from a twin bladed disposal razor say."
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Just tried mine out, retiring a very nick/pull prone little norelco.

It's a keeper for me. I shave my head every few days, and trim a light beard. I used the trim guard for my head and beard, then took the guard off to get rid of a few pesky little stragglers on my neck.

It pulled a little on a couple of my facial hairs as they are pretty thick, but I am happy to report it gives me a nice buzz on my scalp. It won't go down to the skin - for that a standard razor and shaving cream or soap is in my experience the best way to reliably do that.

In terms of power, it has enough for average hair but if your hair is extremely thick you might want to look elsewhere. This is the grain of salt you should keep in mind when reading the reviews, as of course some will find it suitable for their hair thickness and others will not.

The waterproof aspect and of course cordless is great. Wish the charger was a little smaller but it's not crazy big and it makes sense considering the charging ports need to be waterproof so can't just use a standard plug.

Could it have a bit more power? Yeah but generally you're going to have to get a plug in one for that. Being able to shave my head in the shower is a big time saver as I usually have to shave my head over my sink with my non water proof trimmer and then take a shower after.

For those that want something more heavy duty, a plug in Wahl would probably be a good choice but for something I can throw in my duffle when I travel, this is perfect
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Can anyone comment on how close to the skin the trim is at 0? I use my plugin peanut with no guard for my neck and jawline and it's very neat. How would this compare?
This trimmer starts at 1; and testing it on my one head, the closest is about 1mm in length without the guard on. It definitely does not go as close as my Wahl Balding Clipper, but then again, it's not really designed for head shaving and doesn't have near the power of a plug in. Plus my Wahls can cut so close it WILL cut into me if I screw up the angle or run into a wrinkle too quickly. That being said, it seems like this clipper will work well enough for keeping my head hair down on trips. I don't go full razor shave on head because I'm lazy; almost bald is good enough. There were complaints in reviews about it catching hair and not cutting, but cutting close to skin is much different than further away when using the guard. Like trying to cut a free hanging piece of string with a knife, it'll always cut much better the closer you are to the base. I didn't have any hair pulling problems without the guard on.
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Can this be used as a hair clipper? What is the difference ​b/w a trimmer and clipper? Thanks
Yes, it works fine, very quiet and smooth cut. I bought it and used it as a hair clipper last week
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Target has these on sale and a 20% off coupon on their app. So I paid about $20. Bought them for my son's first shave last night. Since he essentially has dark baby hairs on his face it did a fine job of removing them without irritation. May or maybe not work well for full grown developed facial hair.
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Target has these on sale and a 20% off coupon on their app. So I paid about $20. Bought them for my son's first shave last night. Since he essentially has dark baby hairs on his face it did a fine job of removing them without irritation. May or maybe not work well for full grown developed facial hair.
Only can find a 20% off Remington offer. Nothing for Panasonic or department...
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