Design:Trimmer Product Description The Andis T-Outliner trimmer is equipped with a close-cutting T-Blade. The fine-cutting teeth allow for extremely close cutting that is ideal for fades and design work. The contoured housing fits comfortably in your hand and the heavy-duty 8 foot cord allows for plenty of room to work. The high-speed, powerful magnetic motor runs cool and quiet assuring the comfort of your client. The high quality carbon-steel blades are specially hardened for long-life cutting. The T-Outliner is perfect for all-around outlining and fading and the T-Blade is ideal for trimming necks, beards, mustaches, and edging around ears. Designed and engineered in the United States, Andis also offers a complete line of quality clippers and trimmers for animal grooming as well as a full line of wall mounted hair dryers for the hotel industry. Manufacturer Contact Information Customer support number : 1-800-558-9441
The professional standard for all-around outlining, dry-shaving and fading
Perfect for all-around outlining, dry-shaving and fading
Equipped with close-cutting carbon-steel T-blade that can be zero-gapped
Contoured housing fits comfortably in your hand
Heavy-duty 8-foot cord with hanger loop
How to use trimmers clippers?
Firstly, as already mentioned, the scope of the trimmer is working with facial hair. It is better suited both for shortening the beard and mustache – and especially for shaping them. Because with a trimmer, you can shave the hair along the edges of the beard, which do not fit into your plan, but with a typewriter – no.
In addition, the trimmer is often used to work with the hair of the upper part of the head – but as an auxiliary tool for edging and performing some precise and filigree elements.
How is the trimmer technically different from the clipper?
Why is everything so? What are the technical differences between the trimmer and the machine that make this difference in use – if the uninitiated in the hairdresser’s art may not even distinguish the trimmer from the machine by eye?
What is a trimmer and types of hair trimmers?
More and more men are replacing scissors, razors, barbershops and professional hairdressers with home trimmers. And this is understandable – the hair trimmer is relatively inexpensive, it is intended for personal use, therefore, it is safer than its salon analogs, it is convenient, compact, versatile and always at hand.
Many mistakenly assume that the trimmer is the same hair clipper, only with a modern foreign name. However, the function of the device is not only to trim but also to trim the hair, which can be considered a great advantage of the device. The trimmer is a device for cutting and trimming hair, which is equipped with a kind of scissors and a razor.
Before you purchase a device you need, firstly, to figure out for hair what part of the body it is intended, and secondly, what characteristics are in the priority of the future owner.
what trimmers does barber use?
Captures and cuts off all hairs
Loop repeat system
The comfortable sliding system captures and cuts hairs of different lengths without the use of additional devices and contact with sharp blades. Double-sided trimmers trim longer hairs, which are then shaved with a mesh. The system of repeating contours repeats all the bends of the body for the most accurate result.
Trimming and Shaving
The convenient transition from trimming to shaving thanks to a unique design: one device for your maximum comfort.
Cutting off even the toughest hairs
Convenient, adjustable comb attachment
Built-in trimmer and adjustable comb with 5 length settings provide effective trimming of even the thickest hair. To trim to your usual length or create a natural look, select a length setting from 3 to 11 mm on the crest. To trim to a minimum length, use the shaving system on the other side of the appliance.