Wahl Lithium Ion Beard Trimmer
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I shave maybe when every two weeks and in most cases it's simply a fast trim with a standard electric trimmer — never a complete blown clean shave unless I’m planning to a marriage or I have to can be found in court because of one of my many, numerous legal eccentricities.
I’m always questionable of electric razors’ claims that they'll provide a truly clean shave and Wahl’s product surely drops in short supply of on a clean shave.
It cuts near, yes, but you’ll desire to follow a blade if you want to show up fresh-faced and healthier. Fortunately, I rarely leave the house so I do not have need to be concerned about my look. That, and I also like moving with a little scruff constantly.
And so the dual-head razor accessory that promises an “ultra close shave” will not, indeed, shave ultra close (see preceding picture) — just to have that taken care of. The merchandise is categorized as a trimmer, however, therefore let’s see just what it can well.
First, it's powerful. The lithium ion battery pack means the razor can perform delivering twice the torque (relating to Wahl) of an everyday electric razor. I came across myself having to go over the exact same area of my face less than typical due to the fact Wahl had been, for the most part, able to trim everything down equally as well as on the initial pass.
Second, battery pack technology permits the razor is recharged for starters moment in order to be used for four mins. The full fee takes just one hour, as opposed to a complete 8+ hours for conventional electric shavers. When recharged, also, the lithium ion electric battery stays recharged in the place of slowly draining over a few days like a Ni-Cad or NiMH electric battery would. Wahl statements over a couple of hours of shaving time prior to the unit should be recharged. I can concur that, as I left it fired up and buzzing for approximately couple of hours and a quarter-hour before it died.
So far as attachments go, the Wahl trimmer contains far too many — like any other electric razor. There are seventeen attachments throughout, sixteen that I’ll never use. You could do sets from basic trims and detailing to haircut touch-ups, however, so there’s something for everyone.
The kit includes a disappointing dock that doesn’t hold-all of the attachments and merely features a slot when it comes to trimmer with a hole beneath it to feed the energy cable up through. So essentially, when you take the shaver off the stand you wont be able to just set it up back to the stand without hooking it back up into the cord yourself. Obviously, I setup the get up on time one, used the shaver, and then never ever made use of the stand once again.
Here’s a full list of the box items:
Lithium Ion Unit, Trimmer Blade, Detail Blade, Dual Shaver, T-Blade, Beard Guide Combs: Stubble, Medium, Comprehensive, 6-Position Guide, T-Blade Guide Combs: 1/8″, 1/4″, 3/8″, Charger, Beard Comb, Cleansing Brush, Blade Oil, Storage/Charge Base, English/Spanish Instructions/Styling Guide
The blades tend to be solid, very nearly heavy, and feel extremely top-quality. The guide combs are constructed with relatively durable plastic and all sorts of the accessories can be swapped rapidly without fussing with any levers or clips, which can be great.
Overall, the Wahl Lithium Ion all-in-one Trimmer is a good option for easy, quick, and hassle-free trimmings when you wish to leave some stubble behind. It falls short when it comes to complete shaves although nice torque and worry free electric battery with the top-quality blades and attachments result in the $50 list price quite fair.