When you’re maintaining a long beard, you’re going to want specific trimmers to keep it at bay. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the top ten beard trimmers for long beards. We’ve done the research to bring you only the best trimmers. Before we get started with our reviews, here are some things you should be looking out for as you shop. Afterward, check out our amazing list of beard trimmers.
Power: How is the trimmer powered? We’ll let you know if it’s electric (can only work when plugged in) or if it uses a batter. We’ll even tell you what type of battery if that’s the only way it can work!
Case: This is where we let you know if the trimmer comes with a case. Cases can be useful when you’re traveling or if you want to keep all the combs and tools together with the trimmer.
Precision Settings: Precision settings are sometimes automatically programmed into the fancier trimmers, or they can refer to the number of length-based attachments that come with the trimmer. We’ll let you know how many of those come in the set.
Wet/Dry: While most trimmers are waterproof, we’ll tell you here if you can use the trimmer in the shower as well as out of it. If you like to trim your beard in the shower, look for a wet/dry trimmer.
Dimensions: The size of the trimmer can tell you a lot of things, including how much space it’s going to take up on your counter and if it’s going to fit in your travel bag. It’s important for space concerns.
Warranty: A warranty is an assurance of quality from the manufacturer. It means that they know their product is going to work for you. If it doesn’t, they’ll send you a replacement or refund your money.
So what is the best trimmer for a long beard? That’s entirely up to you, but we’ve got some great choices lined up for you. Our top pick and budget pick are our personal favorites, so check them out before you move on to the rest of the trimmers on the list. We’re sure your next favorite grooming tool is on this list! You only want the best for your beard care, and we do too!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019