Top 10 Best-Selling Beard Trimmers on Amazon

Here are the top ten best-selling beard trimmers for men on, with full details on each model, so you can quickly find the best trimmer for your needs.


The Philips Norelco MG3750/50 is a replacement for the hugely popular QG3330/60, and includes all the attachments you’ll need at a great budget price.

The Wahl #9918-6171 is a budget-entry beard trimmer which includes more accessories than many other grooming kits at this price level. The inclusion of a lock on the power switch is a nice safety feature for storage or travel.

The Remington PG6025 comes with three heads, making it a jack of all trades. But it can lack the power of other trimmers in this price range.

A 10-piece version of this grooming kit is also available, called the Remington PG525, which contains a stand and a body hair trimming attachment.

Gillette’s ProGlige 3-in-1 is a hybrid trimmer/razor, which is essentially a miniature Braun electric trimmer which can have Gillette Fusion blades popped on the end – so you can also have a close wet shave.

The Wahl 9854-600​ is a mid-priced grooming kit which includes a mid-powered beard trimmer, along with a duel foil shaver, a detailing blade and a full-width ‘T-blade’ for head hair.

The Panasonic ER-GB40-S is a sturdy-looking mid-priced beard trimmer with a highly adjustable beard guard and an attractive charging stand. However, a worrying number of reviewers report hair pulling, rather than cutting.

This Philips Norelco OneBlade trimmer uses a novel new blade design which allows you to shave in either direction. It’s great for maintaining stubble, but you might have to look elsewhere if you want a really close shave.

The Philips Norelco Multigroom 5100 is a solidly-built trimmer with an impressive feature-set. Its battery issues and bendy combs have thankfully now been corrected in its replacement, the 18-piece Philips Norelco MG5750/49 kit, which has a 3-hour battery capacity, fiberglass reinforced combs and a hard storage case.

The Remington MB-200 is a solidly built, no-frills mustache and beard trimmer. Lots of customers love its effective blade (which rarely pulls hairs) and its simple to operate adjustable comb. However, this otherwise stellar performance is let down by a poorly performing battery.

The Wahl 9818 is a seriously sleek and weighty beard & hair trimmer, with a brushed stainless steel finish and a list of specifications and accessories which can more than justify its mid-range price. At this price-point, no trimmer is perfect, but Wahl appear to be correcting some of the 9818’s shortfalls – which is good to see.