Wahl Lithium Ion All In One Trimmer

Wahl Lithium Ion All In One Trimmer

  • Powerful lithium ion battery that hold a charge up to 10 times longer with 3 times the run time and 2 times the torque.
  • Five minute quick charge and 1 hour full charge
  • 3 beard guides, ear nose and brow detailer, dual foil shaver, T-blade trimmer with three guide combs.
  • Rechargeable
  • English and Spanish instructions

Introducing the world’s first Lithium Ion Grooming product – the Wahl Lithium Ion charged trimmer/groomer. The Wahl Lithium Ion is the most advanced rechargeable battery technology in the industry. It’s lighter weight, has almost no charge loss in storage, is environmentally smart and has no memory issues. Best of all, it provides 3x the run time, 2x the torque, a 3-minute quick charge, 1 hour full charge and 10x the storage life all of which typical rechargeable trimmers cannot do. This t

List Price: $ 39.99


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  1. D. R. Jeanclerc "Reader, Listener & Obsessive... says:
    175 of 183 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Quite “All In One”, but What It Does Well, It Does Very Well, October 23, 2008
    D. R. Jeanclerc “Reader, Listener & Obsessive… (Brunswick, OH USA) –
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    (3.5 stars) The Wahl Lithium Ion All-In-One Trimmer definitely delivers on its promise of power. You feel it the instant you turn it on – that is one powerful motor inside its small, lightweight case. This provides a lot of cutting torque for comfortable, clean trimming of beards, mustaches and body hair. However, the power comes with downsides in terms of vibration and noise as well. And while the set is packaged with numerous attachments, not all of them are very useful. Finally, the included organizer tray is a cheap-looking and doesn’t hold all of these attachments very well.

    If you plan on using it purely for beard/mustache, body hair, and the occasional touch-up of sideburns and neckline between trips to the barber, then this trimmer is probably a 4.5 star performer. It’s powerful enough to handle the thickest beard and won’t get clogged up by any amount of body hair (a blade comb and small bottle of oil are included for ongoing maintenance). This power comes at a cost in vibration and noise, and some may find it uncomfortable to use for long periods of time.

    The attachment for eyebrows, nose and ear hair is useless for different reasons. For eyebrows, it has no comb attachment and its built-in guide is much too short unless you simply want to totally eradicate your eyebrows from your face. I found a suitable workaround for eyebrows by using the main blade with the shortest guide attachment and then carefully (CAREFULLY) gliding over my brows. The results ended up being very nice, but you’re just one sleepy morning away from a disaster. For nose and ears, the vibration is simply too much to bear. Plus, the attachment isn’t shaped at all for this function – it’s simply a narrower version of the main blade. This means that (1) there’s no easy way to work around the curves of your nostrils or ears and (2) the cutting surface is still the tip of the blade instead of the sides, so you’ll be working the trimmer at all sorts of odd angles to get any results at all. I recommend a good nose/ear trimmer that’s designed exclusively for that purpose instead.

    The surprise was the dual foil shaver head. I expected this to be a total throw-away, but it delivered a very close and surprisingly comfortable shave. It suffers in the ergonomics because its handle is shaped like a trimmer instead of an electric shaver (it feels like you’re shaving with a small flashlight), but that’s a small downside. Will I throw away my electric shaver now? No, but I would give some thought to throwing this in my overnight bag for travel due to its small size and additional versatility.

    Switching blade heads between the main, the wider, the ear/nose/eyebrow, and the shaver feels clunky. The instructions are vague on this point (as they are with almost all aspects of using the trimmer) and I eventually figured it out by trial and error. Still, it often feels like I’m forcing the parts whenever switching blades, which is disappointing given the otherwise sold build of the trimmer.

    Battery life is excellent and you can even run it on a quick charge after only a few minutes of being plugged in. The included power adapter is nicely compact, which is becoming rarer for many countertop electronics. The trimmer unfortunately doesn’t have any sort of battery gauge, but the quick-charge feature minimizes that limitation.

    The included tray seems to be too small to neatly hold all of the attachments that come with the set. Plus, it’s very cheap-looking. I ended up storing everything in a carrying pouch that I had from an old electric shaver. All told, the entire kit could fit in anything roughly the size of a sandwich bag.

    * Powerful motor for clean, effortless maintenance of bears, mustaches and body hair
    * Long battery life
    * A surprisingly good foil shaver attachment that could get some use while traveling

    * Vibration and noise from the motor makes prolonged use uncomfortable
    * Not as useful as a nose, ear or eyebrow trimmer
    * Accessory quality isn’t always up to par with the trimmer itself

    While the Wahl Lithium Ion All-In-One Trimmer is a magnificent trimmer – small and lightweight but massively powerful. However, its “all-in-one” claim is made based on attachments that often fall short of the mark. Honestly, there probably is no true “all-in-one” solution, so fault them with overreaching marketing instead of bad design. Grab one of these for the big jobs and a good dedicated ear/nose/brow trimmer for the small ones and you’ll be all set.

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  2. Traveler says:
    76 of 79 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Powerful, but Wahl needs to work on keeping it simple, October 23, 2008
    Traveler (New England) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

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    Powerful motor
    Keeps its charge
    Feels solid
    Standard Wahl narrow blade head good for precise trims

    Too many accessories! A better design could keep it more simple
    Standard Wahl narrow blade head not as good for faster trims

    I’ve owned a half a dozen rechargeable trimmers, most of them for beards, and I have to say that I’ve never been that impressed regardless of the brand name. I can’t seem to find one that’s both simple and powerful.

    The Wahl Lithium Ion All In One is probably the most powerful rechargeables I’ve ever used. I tried a number of current Norelco models and they’re frequently on the wimpy side. One was so weak that it would pull hair right out of my face instead of cutting it. This Wahl model is on the other extreme. Just trimmed my heard and cut my lip a little bit on the blades. Probably only the second time that’s ever happened with a trimmer. Will need to be careful in the future, but thankful because the obvious power means a faster trim and no fear of pulled hair.

    My two gripes about the Wahl are the same I’ve had about the previous Wahl trimmers I’ve used.

    One, unlike Norelco which frequently designs built in adjustable heads that go up and down, they offer a ton of accessories. This kit has something like 17. I don’t need 17! I’m betting most men don’t either. Some of these are going to get lost or inconveniently separated from the trimmer. Just give me a removable adjustable height head and that’s all I need. That function itself can equal half a dozen or more attachments.

    My second complaint is also the same I’ve had about all Wahl trimmers – the head width. It’s about 1/4″ or so more narrow than Norelco models. However, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Wahl trimmers are best for getting around the edges where accuracy is needed. The wide head Norelcos are for when you want to trim your beard as fast as possible with a wider blade – IF they offered a model with as strong a motor as the Wahl that is.

    I’m no fan of Norelco – have sworn them off after experiencing too many wimpy motors. I really like the power of this Wahl. I just wish they’d borrow a little bit from Norelco. The narrow head has its use, but enough with the dozen+ accessories.

    For this price range this probably one of the best trimmers I’ve used even with my complaints. And if you happen to like having all sorts of accessories then this might be perfect for you.

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  3. Abe Vigoda "madinventor" says:
    50 of 57 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Bad quality., October 16, 2009
    Abe Vigoda “madinventor” (Vermont, USA) –
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    First off… People, be aware of “Vine Program” reviewers. Keep in mind that these people did not pay for the item and did not actively go out and search for the product they now own. I, on the other hand, was actually looking for this here electric “clipper”.

    One PRO:
    1- At first I was glad to see that WAHL had finally designed a shaver with a lithium battery because the nickel-cadium battiers in their other units die out way too fast. As it turns out, the battery was the only positive thing about this trimmer. I only needed to charge it fully once and it would last for approx 6 shaves.

    Many CONS:
    1- Rubber material covering body of unit grips TOO much. Little pieces of cut hairs will stick to it like glue! Within a week it mine was covered in little hairs. Messy.
    2- The metal blades rust easily even though they were never exposed to water, only to sweat. I have never had this problem with other Wahl trimmers before.
    3- This thing is loud when it’s new and getts louder as it ages. After 7 months mine stopped cutting well and sounded like a mini chain saw.
    4- Short life span – 7 months. Only used it 3 times a week, face only, and oiled it once a week.

    Thank you for your time.

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