Gifting Inspiration: Male Grooming Innovation From Philips, The NEW Philips Beard Trimmer Series 7000




The christmas count down has well and truly started, which for some, means the start of the panic about what gifts to get for the men in your lives. Everyone often complains that men are so hard to buy for and even us men don’t know what we want! I guess this could part-explain why the famous LYNX toiletry sets are such popular christmas presents to buy for men.

So where do you start when it comes to looking for a gift for the men in your life or for a gift that you would like to receive yourself this Christmas? Well our advice would be to take inspiration from something that you use everyday and holds genuinely value, something you will make the most of.

Electrical beard trimmers are something that us guys use regularly, 2-3 times a week dependant on the style you’re going for. This makes beard trimmers a great gifting idea for this christmas, as you know it is something they will use regularly. They hold a medium to high price tag too, making them a substantial present to gift someone, a great present for someone you’re close to; dad, brother, husband, partner etc..

We were recently introduced to Philip’s new innovative beard trimmer, the series 7000, and for us, there is no looking back and we can’t recommend it enough for a gift for yourself or someone else this Christmas.

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Philips Beard Trimmer Series 7000

 

NEW Philips Beard Trimmer Series 7000 Review

The most annoying thing when it comes to beard trimming/shaving has got to be the mess the trimmed hairs make on the bathroom sink – we really can’t be bothered to scrub the sink every time we trim. The Philips Beard Trimmer 7000 trimmer completely solves the ‘messy hair’ issue due to it’s integrated vacuum which captures up to 90% of cut hair. Not only does it capture the hairs but it also means that you aren’t restricted to shaving over the sink either, great if you only have 1 bathroom or don’t have suitable lighting or a mirror for shaving.

The trimmer has up to 20 different shaving lengths, which are easily changeable due to the rotating, zoom wheel. You simply just twist the dial/wheel to the length you guide to trim at which ranges from 0.5mm to 10mm, increasing in 0.5 mm intervals to give you precision for a perfect trim.

So hows the cut? Well the series 7000’s offers a really close shave due to the design of the shaving guide. It has a lift and trim system which raise the hairs and guides the hairs in to the double-sharpened stainless steel blades, resulting in an even shave. We like to make the most of this feature by shaving off the hairs on the neck completely, 0.5mm, but the shave is so close you could pass it off as being clean shaven.

Like anything that vacuums, the device will need to be emptied from time to time, but less often than you think. The Philips Series 7000 is really easy to empty, you simply life the top off and tip the hairs into the bin. The product also comes with a brush, so really easy to tidy and clean the beard trimmer.

You can pick up the Philips Beard Trimmer Series 7000 from Boots for around £50-£75, dependant on if the product is on promotion or not, and also from amazon too.

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