Hatterker Cordless Pro Hair Clippers for Men
Say goodbye to ever having to say to yourself, “Well, I guess it’ll grow back”. This hair clipper from Hatteker delivers a fresh trim with tight precision and accuracy, so you’ll never lop off too much or too little. Plus, the fact that it’s cordless means it’s easy to maneuver around your head. With a super-portable design, the battery lasts up to two-and-a-half hours per charge and can be charged using any USB power adapter. Best of all, it’s fully waterproof, so cleaning is a breeze. We even love the look of it: the sleek design is the perfect size for your hand and features an LCD display to indicate the amount of charge left in the battery. It’s the ideal hair clipper for haircuts and casual grooming, and all for an affordable price.
- Detachable, ceramic blade
- Comes with six different guide combs
- Includes second battery
- Heats up if not cleaned properly
Wahl Professional Designer Cordless Clipper
For those willing to pay a high price for a high quality clipper, this pick from Wahl is a professional machine that outshines the competition for its longevity, power, and reliability.
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This professional cordless clipper from Wahl costs about the same as four or five trips to the barber, so if you cut your own hair or the hair of your family members, it’s a worthwhile investment. In other words, it may cost a pretty penny, but you’ll save money in the long run. Plus, with a powerful motor and high-precision blade, this hair clipper cuts a clean swath in one stroke. With such high power, the battery only lasts about an hour and a half, but the power cord plugs into the bottom so you can go right back to buzzin’. Best of all, it features a taper lever that’s perfect for blending and fades. It’s a preferred buzzer among professional hair stylists, so you know that you’re giving your hair the premium cut.
- Lightweight design
- Ergonomic handle
- Accessories include guide combs, oil, and cleaning brush
- Doesn’t cut super close to the skin
Wahl Color Pro Complete Hair Cutting Kit
This option from Wahl may be cheap, but it's still a quality clipper with all the accessories and features you need to get cuttin'.
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For those looking for a hair clipper that will get the job done without breaking the bank, we suggest this inexpensive option from Wahl. Most clippers in this price range will nick the skin and grab the hair, but not this bad boy. The self-sharpening, precision blade can handle even the thickest hair and provides a smooth cut. Best of all, it comes with all the accessories you need to get started, including nine color-coded guide combs, ear tapers, scissors, blade oil, and a hard plastic carrying case for storage. Though this may not be the most heavy-duty option on our list, it certainly gives you the best bang-for-your-buck.
- Trusted brand among professionals
- Great value for the price
- Adjustable taper lever
- On/Off switch is delicate
Lawnmower 2.0 by Manscaped, Electric Manscaping Groin Hair Trimmer
With tons of features for protecting your nether regions from getting snagged or nicked, this cordless option is our top pick for "manscaping".
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If you’ve ever attempted to perform your “manscaping” with a standard hair clipper, you probably already know that it’s a delicate, scary ordeal that may leave your nether regions riddled with nicks and cuts. Fortunately, with the Lawnmower 2.0 by Manscaped, you can welcome in a new era of smooth, worry-free manly maintenance. Everything about this clipper is designed towards protecting the family jewels. For example, the blade is ceramic with smooth teeth, and it also features a snag-free guard. Best of all, it’s cordless and waterproof, so you can shower and shave at the same time. Of course, you’ll still need to use common sense when using an electric buzzer on your private parts. That being said, the Lawnmower 2.0 is the ideal choice for “trimming the hedges”.
- Comes with two adjustable guide combs
- Fully waterproof
- Ergonomic design
Philips Norelco MG5750/49 Multigroom All-in-One Trimmer Series 5000 with 18 Pieces
While being a fantastic hair clipper in its own right, this inexpensive option from Philips is a complete kit with 17 different trimming attachments.
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This option from Philips has attachments for every possible hair-trimming need–even your nose hair. The steel precision trimmer is perfect for shaping your beard and sideburns while the adjustable beard-and-stubble guards give you complete control over your facial hair’s length and look. It also comes with four adjustable hair guards, that feature an extra-wide reach. It even has guards specially-designed for body hair that are reinforced to avoid any bending that could lead to nicking the skin. Of course, we wouldn’t recommend a hair clipper based on its attachments alone. This high-quality clipper is a great choice in its own right, with a durable build and a battery life of three hours.
- Includes 17 attachments
- Battery charges in an hour, lasts three
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I clean my hair clipper?
While it’s a good idea to clean the body of the unit, the most important part to clean is the head and blade. Several of the options on our list can be submerged in water, so cleaning them is as easy as simply rinsing them off. However, if you’re able to remove the blade, we recommend cleaning the motor compartment with a dry tissue. Do not get water in the motor compartment. With the head attached, and any gunk and hair removed from beneath it, the next step is to oil the blade. While the clipper is running, tilt the blade downwards and apply two or three drops of clipper oil directly onto the blade. Then, turn off the power and wipe any excess oil off with a tissue. Cleaning your blade regularly will preserve the lifespan of your investment and prevent the motor from overheating.
What is the best way to give someone a haircut using hair clippers?
If it’s your first time giving a haircut using hair clippers, just remember that you have to start somewhere. That being said, we recommend starting with a light trim to get accustomed to the function of the clippers and the different clip lengths. First, wash the hair and towel dry. It doesn’t have to be bone-dry, but you’ll find that hair is easier to cut when it’s damp or dry. If the hair is tangled, make sure to comb or brush thoroughly. Cover the shoulders with a towel, pick your blade guard length, and get to work. You’re going to want to start with the longest guard first and then progress to shorter and shorter lengths. Most barbers prefer to start with the sides first, and then shape the top. Remember to always move the clipper in straight lines. As you go, you’ll start to get the hang of it.