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Beardsmen!

I remember a while back a thread about straight razors and I was wondering if there is a group of genmay-ers that are as fanatical about beards as they are smooth skin. If there are, I'd like to ask: What is your beard trimmer of choice?
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norelco + mach3 == heaven

though i like the idea of getting a straight razor eventually, but i can't imagine actually using it everday
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I remember a while back a thread about straight razors and I was wondering if there is a group of genmay-ers that are as fanatical about beards as they are smooth skin. If there are, I'd like to ask: What is your beard trimmer of choice?
Ive got this one. Its ok. It could be better.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0009OMU0A
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I use this one.

It's generally for trimming hair of the head, but I found that all the beard-specific products get jammed up on my beard.
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I use this one.

It's generally for trimming hair of the head, but I found that all the beard-specific products get jammed up on my beard.
conditioner sir. A necessity for bearded gentlemen.
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conditioner sir. A necessity for bearded gentlemen.

I do condition. The hair's too damned thick, which is why lesser clippers get jammed up.
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strange.

My beard trimmer is actually tough enough thatll itll cut the hair on my head, and hair cant be much thicker than that.
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The hair on my face is a lot thicker than on my head.

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ahh, yes. It very clearly is.
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ahh, yes. It very clearly is.

It's all that little crumbcatcher on my shoulders' fault.
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I have a Wahl rechargeable trimmer that's pretty decent if I keep it oiled, and a Mach 3 for the rest. I keep my beard/stache closely trimmed at all times....and none on the neck.
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Ive got this one. Its ok. It could be better.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0009OMU0A

i use the same one - i stopped buying expensive ones b/c i keep dropping them on the tile floor in the bathroom and breaking some weakly designed plastic bit... the $15 one does a decent enough job, and is cheap enough that i can easily replace it if it breaks
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Very informative and full of knowledge about this discussion. I like it.
The failed spam link in your sig is very informative.
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