Slimline Pro Li – a darling for many modern barbers, and with a reason too. You can’t really dislike how lightweight and precise this trimmer is…But there’s some serious competition too. Let’s take a look 🙂
Similar to human hair clippers, dog clippers also can be used with guards of different lengths. Here’s a quick heads up on when it makes the most sense, and how do these attachments actually differ from your typical blades.
Wahl’s 5 Star Legend is a bit of an underrated clipper, to be honest. Let’s see why I’ve always had a soft spot for it – but also outline how it differs from other Wahl classics like the Senior or Magic Clip.
Wahl Senior has a very important spot in my heart (and hands ready for cutting hair). Here are some thoughts on the whole family of 8500 Senior, the 5 stars, and some more special editions of the clipper.
I can’t imagine living without a cartridge razor for a part of my grooming routine. The Holy Trio here is clear – but which one makes for a better choice? Here’s a real, personal review based on experience.
Continuing my overview of important Wahl t-blade trimmers, I end up with these three beauties for corded and cordless fans altogether. Here are the main differences between the Retro T Cut, Detailer and Razor Edger.
Time for two of Wahl’s most high-profile cordless trimmers. Born for barbers or home users who really want to pamper themselves, Wahl’s Sterling Mag and Beret are quiet, cool, and beautiful. So do they differ at all?
Barber-grade foil shavers – the key to smooth finishes, no matter if it’s about skin/bald fades, head shaves or neckline cleaning up. Andis and Wahl are kings here, with some important differences between them.