Introducing our longest running battery and sharpest blades ever, the Remington Precision Power Beard, Goatee, and Stubble Trimmer features a lithium ion battery with 4 times the battery life and 2 times the torque. Find out what it is like to keep your charger put away with the freedom of up to 120 minutes of cordless runtime. The power of precision is at your fingertips with the self-sharpening, titanium infused blades. These blades are precision ground for superior cutting performance. Interchangeable beard, goatee, and stubble blades give you the flexibility to create any look you desire.
NOTE: This is not a trimmer for wet use. So water on the unit can damage the PCB which would cause a charging issue.
Lithium ion powered. Voltage – 110-120 VAC
Titanium coated blades. Trimming Range: 1.5 – 18mm
Cordless 120 minutes of runtime
3 precision ground blades. 9 length settings. Trimmer must be charged for a full 14-16 hours
How to care for a beard
If you do not care for the beard, the hair becomes naughty and confused, so if you want to look good, you will have to make some efforts. We offer several basic principles for simple daily beard care. Beard care products should be applied after washing and thoroughly drying.
- Beard comb
- Beard haircut
- Beard Comb
- Beard oil
Basic care and advice for your beard
Like everything in this life it is best to apply common sense, there are no magic formulas that make your hair grow as fast as you would like. If your beard is sparsely populated and you are under 25 years old, we advise you to have a little patience, over the years the density of the facial hair increases. On the other hand, there is genetics, if your father and grandparents are not very bearded, the most normal thing is that you are not either. The good news is that with some care, we can stimulate the growth of our beard.
Taking care of ourselves inside is as important as using the right products on the skin and hair. There are men who take vitamin complexes to help hair growth and quality. Our advice is to take care of your diet, do not abuse sugars or fats and try to eat more fruits and vegetables. In a few weeks, you will notice the changes in hair growth and also in your hair and body composition.
If you have been letting it grow for a short time, we recommend that you do not cut it in the first 2-3 months. Meanwhile, search the internet, magazines and other places for the style that you like the most and when you have it clear, go to a professional barber who will advise you the best according to the shape of your face and the style you are looking for.