Beard Trimmers

The All-Rounder


Product reference : E868SDE

As the name implies, this trimmer knows what it’s doing. With a pivoting and double shaving head, you’ve got a superb styling trimmer. It all comes down to your skills!

Additional Information


  • Pivoting Head 25 Degrees
  • 48 Cutting Lengths
  • 0.2mm Precision
  • Shaving Head Attachment
  • Motorized Settings on LED Display
  • 45 Minutes Autonomy
  • Washable
  • Corded & Cordless Use
  • 3 Years Guarantee
  • Comparison Table


    The Guru The Guru

    The All-Rounder The All-Rounder

    The Easy Rider The Easy Rider

    Cut height 0.4mm to 10mm 0.4mm to 10mm + blade 30 cutting lengths
    Precision and adjustment 0.2 mm -motorised length control 0.2 mm -motorised length control 0.5mm precision
    Freedom of movement Limited - Trim against the hair direction Limited - Trim against the hair direction Shaving Head Attachment
    Power supply Cordless with charging stand Cordless with charging stand corded & cordeless use
    Quick charge function Yes Yes No
    Advised sale price*
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    • How to trim your beard: Beard styles and face shapes

      If you have square face, we recommend trimming your beard in the shape of an anchor or going for the famous stubble, but avoid thicker beards.
      If you have an oval face, we recommend a chinstrap beard, a full beard (not too thick) or the famous stubble. Avoid thicker beards.
      If you have a round face, choose a long beard or again the famous stubble. We recommend that you avoid a moustache.
      If you have a long face, we recommend the stubble, but avoid the chinstrap beard.
      You got it: you can’t go wrong with the stubble! It goes with all face types for a style that's relaxed and simple. Plus, it's easy to maintain.

    • How should you fix a patchy beard?

      Here is our secret if you wish to fix a patchy beard: when trimming, remember to leave the hairs around the patchy bit a little longer. The patchy bit will be completely covered up after you comb your beard.

    • What is the proper way to remove the cutting guides from a beard trimmer?

      Your beard trimmer’s cutting guides are sturdy but they may be damaged when handled. We recommend inserting the cutting guides one leg at a time (do the same when removing them).

    Tip Consider applying oil or beard cream to avoid itchiness.