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    Recommended adjustable trimmer/Razor

    I'm looking to get a new trimmer, one that's adjustable with the blade. The one I'm currently looking at is a babyliss one, but really open to hear recommendations.

    Also I heard there can be an issue with the max height it trims at, I'm going for "designer stubble" something like in this article:
    How to Groom and Shave Your Beard

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    Anything by Babyliss is always good. I've had my one for 4+ years now and works as good as it did on day one.

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    I've had Babyliss too and its been good. Only downside with mine is that the head doesn't adjust to the contours of the face & neck, making it a little more fiddly and adds a couple of minutes to make sure you've got it all. If Babyliss do a model with a head that bounces up'n'down whilst going over the chin-line then maybe that'd be a better bet. Trusted brand though!

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    Babyliss iStubble
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone View Post
    Babyliss iStubble
    This the one you're recommending?

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/BaByliss-For...8282820&sr=1-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamski123 View Post
    Yes, that's the one I use. :-)
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    Phillips got the same good trimmers with varying trim sizes. Beard trim is depends on your body structure. If you are well built then anything from 1-3cm will looks better, but for slim structures it is better to be with 025 to 0.5cm unless you want to give yourself a totally made up look.

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