How To Choose a New Hair Trimmer

Trimmers are electronic devices that are used to cut hair. Surprisingly enough, there are very many type and models flooding the market today. For this reason, it become a little difficult to select the best hair trimmer that will best suit you and one that will last longer.

What to consider when purchasing a new trimmer

Does it have a powerful motor? The best hair trimmer is that one which can cut through hair without any hindrance like getting hot and noisy. If it is cordless, then it should be able to function for a long time when in use before it can be put to charge again.

It should contain a number of options to cater for your needs. These options can include changeable and adjustable accessories like combs and blades.

The guide combs should be long lasting and fitting. Many trimmers have guide combs that are weak thus easy breaking and create a lot of noise through vibration. Seek those which are durable.

Its accessories are easily changeable. Even though the guide combs need to fit in properly and firmly, they also should be easily switched, and no struggle should arise when it comes to changing to a different length.

Should have blades that are sharp and are auto sharpened. The blades of a trimmer should have that feature of self-sharpening. Never should you buy a blade prone to rusting.

It should come with maintenance tools. Generally, hair clippers do not need a regular maintenance. However, a new hair trimmer should have come with a cleaning brush, and lubricant for the blades.

Come with a storage option or system. When buying a hair clipper, make sure it has a storage system like a case or a bag. This system will be used to store accessories so that they cannot be displaced.

Designed with safety features to avoid cuts and nicks. Best hair clippers are designed in a way that their blades are sharp and in a round form that cut hair alone and not the skin.

The 10 Best Compact Cameras

10. PANASONIC LUMIX TZ57

10. PANASONIC LUMIX TZ57


9. OLYMPUS TRAVELLER SH-2

9. OLYMPUS TRAVELLER SH-2


8. Sony Cyber-shot HX60V

8. Sony Cyber-shot HX60V


7. Panasonic Lumix FZ1000

7. Panasonic Lumix FZ1000


6. Fujifilm X70

6. Fujifilm X70


5. Panasonic Lumix TZ100

5. Panasonic Lumix TZ100


4. Sony RX10 III

4. Sony RX10 III


3. NIKON COOLPIX S7000

3. NIKON COOLPIX S7000


2. Panasonic Lumix LX100

2. Panasonic Lumix LX100


1. Sony RX100 IV

1. Sony RX100 IV


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Introduction to Digital Photography


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