A month or so ago, I purchased the new Philips Multigroom Series 1000 Facial Hair Trimmer. For the last few weeks, I have added it to my grooming arsenal and have been experimenting with different facial hair designs. Here’s how it went…
Philips Multigroom Series 1000
The Philips Multigroom Series 1000 provides power and precision for trimming, shaping and shaving facial hair. Trim and shape your beard evenly with the advanced DualCut trimmer and the combs. Define precise lines, edges and contours with the detail shaver. Shape your facial style (stubble, goatee, sideburns, neckline or moustache) with great control and visibility.
This Philips trimmer is very skin friendly. It’s designed to fit into small spaces and to keep the precision cut. It comes with 3 precision comb heads for a 1mm, 3mm or 5mm length. Along with a 21mm detail foil shaver head. It is AA battery powered and has a 2-year guarantee, it’s also worth mentioning that the blades never need to be oiled!
I’ve really been enjoying using this beard trimmer. The reason I purchased it was because I wanted to emulate David Beckham’s facial hair style and my Braun beard trimmer wasn’t capable of such precision. This Philips product is really easy to use and leaves the skin feeling fantastic. It truly gets into those hard to shave/ shape spaces and can actually be used as an overall beard trimmer with the specific length comb heads.
I got mine from boots at a cost of £17.50 which I thought was a bargain considering how good it is. If you’ve been looking for a similar grooming tool, I’d strongly urge you to consider this one! Check it out on Boots now.