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10 Best Hair Clippers to Use at Home

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Cropped Hands Of Barber Cutting Male Customer Hair In SalonDavid Herraez / EyeEm/Getty Images

The safest bets for DIY grooming

After quite a bit of time on lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, lots of men could probably really use a haircut right about now. Of course, getting a professional haircut isn’t an option in most places around the country, and a DIY haircut sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. But it’s not if you’ve got the right tools. Whether you’re attempting to give yourself a haircut for the first time, you’ve done this before, or you’re looking for something that will both cut hair and groom a beard, these are the best hair clippers for men that you just might continue using long after your quarantine days are over. And when life gets back to normal, these are the grooming treatments every man should get.

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Philips Norelco Series 7000 Beard & Hair Electric Trimmer


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DIY haircuts can get messy, but with an integrated vacuum that collects 90 percent of stray hairs, the Philips Norelco Series 7000 is the best set of hair clippers for men who want a minimal cleanup. With this tool, you won’t have to cut your hair standing over towels on the floor or uncomfortably angling your body over the sink. But that’s not the only reason it’s great. It offers 20 different length settings, available with four attachments including an adjustable comb, two mustache combs, and a beard trimmer. Just insert the correct blade, adjust the wheel to lock in your preferred length setting, and go. The simplicity of the design and the limited number of attachments also makes this kit an ideal choice for anyone who lacks extra storage space in their bathroom.

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Wahl Professional 5-Star Cord/Cordless Magic Clipvia

Wahl Professional 5-Star Cord/Cordless Magic Clip


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If you’ve been opting for home haircuts for a while now and you’ve mastered the art of grooming yourself (and perhaps your friends and family members), the Wahl Professional 5-Star Cord/Cordless Magic Clip is the product for you. Weighing in at only 10 ounces, this lightweight model is very easy to maneuver. The high-precision zero-overlap blades feature a taper level to easily fade and blend the hair. With a 90-minute running time per charge, this device is ideally used cordlessly, so the whole family can get in line for haircuts one after another. But if the battery runs out of power, there’s no need to worry, because it can also work while plugged in.

The package includes the clipper, eight attachment combs, and a stylish red blade guard to match the clipper, as well as oil, a cleaning brush, and a recharging transformer.

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Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Rechargeable Men’s Electric Face & Body Trimmer


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The Philips Norelco trimmer is the best device for grooming the hair on your head, face, and body. Talk about multitasking! The kit comes with a handle and four stubble combs, as well as a body comb to evenly trim hair no matter where it grows. While this product is good for men with normal skin types, it’s particularly great for those who occasionally experience sensitivity or have irritated skin, since it includes a handy click-on skin guard for sensitive areas. And while it uses disposable blades, it’s still an economical choice because the blades should last for four months.

With a rechargeable battery that can deliver up to 60 minutes of power, this trimmer is useful for the weekend trips you’ll eventually be able to take. Its compact size also makes it easy to stash in your toiletry kit, along with shaving cream and the rest of your supplies.

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Remington Beard Boss Style and Detail Kit


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Is your facial hair starting to become unruly? The Remington Beard Boss Style and Detail Kit is the best choice for thick beards since its turbo mode will help you power through even the thickest facial hair. This kit comes complete with lots of accessories, including a foil shaver, trimmer, detail trimmer, and six combs, plus a nose and ear hair trimmer. With titanium blades that have a premium copper finish, you can get your closest shave yet without worrying about rust. Even better: Everything in this kit is easy to clean because the shaver is waterproof and cordless. With a rechargeable battery that lasts up to three hours, you can get lots of shaves on just one charge. By the way, these are the 10 proper names for beard styles you need to know.

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Braun Beard Trimmer & Hair Clipper for Men BT3240via

Braun Beard Trimmer & Hair Clipper for Men BT3240


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If you want a set that gives you the most value for your money, the Braun Beard Trimmer & Hair Clipper for Men checks every single box. It comes complete with a beard trimmer, hair clipper, and trimmer comb. With blades engineered to stay sharp for a lifetime, you won’t have to worry about replacing them or buying an entirely new device. If you use clippers for most of your cutting and shaving but prefer a traditional razor blade to finish the job or to maneuver certain angles of your face, you’ll be thrilled that this package comes complete with a Gillette Fusion 5 razor. There is one thing to keep in mind, though: The clipper isn’t waterproof, so you have to remove the accessories and clean them separately with water. Still, it’s a minor trade-off.

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Hatteker Complete Home Barbers Haircutting Kit


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This cordless hair trimmer is the best choice for maintaining the hairstyle you currently have. With three attachments—a hair clipper, beard trimmer, and detail trimmer—you’ll have everything you need no matter what your look is. When it comes to your facial hair, that includes everything from mustaches and sideburns to goatees and stubble. Plus, its carbon blades, made from ceramic titanium, self-sharpen, minimizing skin irritation. The base is a great bonus, allowing for easy storage in or out of your medicine cabinet; it also helps the blades air-dry.

With one of the longest-running batteries for the shortest amount of charge time, it can run for up to two and a half hours with only 90 minutes of charging. Better yet, the LCD display indicates the battery level, so your trimmers won’t die at an inconvenient time.

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If you’re looking for a high-quality clipper designed for one purpose only—to cut the hair on your head—then the Andis Master Hair Clipper is your best choice. While it’s definitely pricier than some of the other options, when you compare its cost to the price of your average salon or barbershop trip, it can pay for itself quickly, especially if you have a large family.

The corded model has a powerful motor that generates 14,000 cutting strokes per minute. Yet, it remains quiet and runs cool, so you can give multiple haircuts without worrying about the device overheating or the blades becoming hot enough to cause scalp irritation. It also gets points for simplicity. If you’ve used clippers before and find lots of blades and accessories a challenge to keep track of, you’ll appreciate the Andis’ single blade that easily adjusts for all hair types and ranges from size 000 to size one.

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Surker Professional 5-Star Cord/Cordless Hair Clippervia

Surker Professional 5-Star Cord/Cordless Hair Clipper


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You can’t give yourself a haircut with trimmers if the battery goes dead. That’s why this Surker hair clipper for men is a great choice. The LCD display indicates the percentage of the battery charge, and a charging light flashes when the battery is less than 10 percent. Each three-hour charge will give you 150 minutes of running time. Forgot to charge it? You can still use it; just plug in the USB cord.

With a thumb level on the left side of the trimmer, blade adjustments are quick and easy. Ideal for all types of hair, the package comes with six high-quality ABS plastic guiding combs, ranging from 1.5mm to 13mm, as well as an adapter and cleaning brush. The self-sharpening stainless steel blades are removable for easy cleaning. Just use water.

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Kemei Shortcut Pro Self-Haircut Kit


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Cutting your own hair? The name of the product says it all. Plus, it’s perfect for beginners. This compact shaver is designed to fit in the palm of your hand, so you can easily reach areas like the back of your head, as well as around your ears and neck. The non-slip grip gives you maximum control, and stainless steel blades easily cut through very thick hair without pulling or snagging tender skin. Nine comb lengths, ranging from 1.5 to 15 millimeters, will ensure that you get the exact look you’re going for.

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Rozia Beard Trimmer


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The Rozia Beard Trimmer is the best choice for men who regularly go to the barber but want to maintain their cut or self-trim between visits. This affordable, lightweight device is easy to use, even for beginners. Incredibly well-designed, the stainless steel blades sit at a 45-degree angle to provide efficient trimming and skin protection. This also helps to keep the blades in top condition. But if something goes awry, Rozia provides an “after-sale guarantee,” and all you need to do is contact them.

The USB cord makes it easy to charge no matter where you are. However, there’s one drawback to keep in mind: It will only run for 30 to 35 minutes per eight to 10 hours of charging time.

Amanda Lauren
Amanda Lauren is a design and lifestyle expert who covers all things home for RD and among other publications. When she's not in front of a computer, recording her podcast Bougie Adjacent, or re-arranging furniture, she enjoys Los Angeles with her husband and wrangling their two dogs, Milo and Lulu.