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Mangroomer Scruff Sculptor Pro Stubble Trimmer With Electric Length Controls, Whisker Belly And Power Burst

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  • Enables you to set trimming lengths to the millimeter easily with just a touch of a button
  • LCD screen illuminates to display both precision trimmer length settings to the millimeter
  • Whisker belly traps the majority of whiskers while trimming and sculpting your desired stubble or beard look
  • Power burst button creates an explosive burst of power when pressed to easily trim through extra thick and coarse hair or stubble
  • Quick-charge battery for easy and fast re-charging

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Product Description

The MANGROOMER scruff sculptor is the most technically advanced beard and stubble trimmer available in the market. Its features include the new precision electric length controls that operate with the touch of a button, enabling you to trim as close as .03mm, the closest stubble setting among all stubble trimmers available. The scruff sculptor precision electric length controls operate easily by pressing the up or down chrome style arrows for lengths as short as .03mm or as high as 5mm for a longer beard style. The oversized LCD screen illuminates to display the precision length settings to the millimeter, as well as the battery power. The battery is quick-charge after the initial 16 hour charge, enabling you to get back to a full charge in only a few hours after each re-charge.

Product details

  • Item Weight: 454 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 476 g
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  • Item model number: 901-6
  • ASIN: B0073C8CVW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 Sep 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,153 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good but not great 29 May 2014
I used many trimmers in past and my last one was babyliss (top range)with which i was very pleased. after couple of years I decided to buy a new one and to upgrade and I bought Mangroomer.
Good points
- very precise, so stubble look even everywhere, you might not be ale to achieve it first time (took me 5 days to get use to the trimmer and to be happy with a result),
- battery ok - very important to charge first time for 15-17 hours - people dont do it then write bad reviews, in general last for a week or more when you use every other day for few minutes
- light
Bad points
- "belly something" !!! what a point my sink is more messy then ever - doesn't work at all!
- 0.3mm - bought it as only one on the market, my Babyliss was 0.4 and you can't really notice adifference
- Expensive - for this price you might expect better quality

In General, very good trimmer, do the job, precise, so I'm happy. But if you not as fussy as me you will find cheaper products
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Rubbish 16 Jan 2014
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feels cheap and is horrible to use and NOT what i was expecting. after reading product reviews.
Would NOT recomend
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1.0 out of 5 stars Do not buy 10 July 2014
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terrible product, broke after 3 months
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74 of 86 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not Ready for Prime Time 23 May 2012
By Jerry P. Danzig - Published on Amazon.com
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If you're into the stubble look, this trimmer promises the closest stubble trim on the market: 0.3mm. Unfortunately, the trimmer suffers from a number of deficiencies that have caused me to downgrade my rating from an initial three stars to one.

You set the length of the trim with up and down buttons, enabling increments of 0.2mm, which show on the unit's LCD screen. For some reason, it's harder to pull this trimmer through my beard than it was with the Norelco.

There's a "Power Burst" button that activates a higher speed. The "Burst" nomenclature is a little misleading, as you don't have to hold down the button to attain the higher speed. In other words, this works like the "Turbo" mode on the Norelcos. So I use the high speed for beard trimming and the low speed for detailing with the guide comb removed.

The instructions said initial battery charge would take 24 hours, but I'm happy to report that I got a full charge reading in a little over twelve. This trimmer must be packing nicad batteries, as the instructions suggest discharging the unit completely twice a year, presumably to prevent the sluggish performance caused by battery memory.

It seems that the power meter does not give an accurate reading of the battery life. After just two trims, the meter was reading one-third power remaining, but I can get at least sixteen trims before the motor really seems to be running too slow. I've deducted one star for this "power meter that cries wolf" glitch in the unit's firmware.

I have deducted another star for two notable omissions here. First, this trimmer has no vacuum capability to prevent cut whiskers from falling in the sink. There is a little plastic pocket called the "Whisker Belly" that does capture most whiskers, but not all. I miss the vacuum feature -- which makes cleanup easier -- and hope that Mangroomer incorporates it into future models of this trimmer. Trimmed whiskers also never flew up and hit me in the eye when I used a vacuum trimmer, as happened recently with the Scruff Sculptor. AARGH!

I now see what appear to be trimmed whiskers inside the LCD screen window. Yuck! And there's no way to clean them out without opening up the trimmer, presumably voiding the warranty. This is yet another indication of the lack of refinement that prevent my giving this trimmer a five-star thumbs-up.

The second omission is any kind of included accessories, most notably a travel pouch and cleaning brush. Really now, at this price point, MG should have thrown in a little lagniappe, as most other shaver and trimmer manufacturers do.

I should also mention a minor inconvenience: the trimmer length resets to 0.3mm. every time you shut off the trimmer, forcing you to reset it to your desired length for your next trim. Because an electric motor adjusts the trim length, this is another unnecessary battery drain as well as a nuisance.

In fact, as an example of the ergonomic shortcomings inherent in this trimmer, a whole series of button pushes are needed to turn the unit on, instead of the two required by the Norelco trimmer with vacuum. First you press power; then you set the length; then you have to press the power button again to turn on the trimmer motor; then you have to press turbo if you want the higher speed.

Finally I must comment on the extremely cautionary instructions, which sound like something your mom might have written, especially if mom is a lawyer. Perhaps the manufacturer was trying to add some sense of danger to appeal to men's love of adventure.

I am also amused by the wealth of feature names on display here. "Whisker Belly." "Power Burst." "Scruff Sculptor." I would gladly trade all three for a vacuum capability, an accurate power meter, and a travel pouch.

So if you're into the stubble look, you may want to give this trimmer a look, but be prepared for some shortcomings. I hope Mangroomer will trim these deficiencies on the next model...

ADDENDUM: As I write this, I see that only 6 out of 12 readers have found this review helpful. I would be pleased to answer any questions you may have about this trimmer, or supply any details I may have omitted. Since no one has taken me up on that offer, I have to believe that the 6 out of 12 readers who have found this review NOT helpful are probably employees of Mangroomer or their affiliates, and to them I say, "I'm doing you a favor revealing what a typical user might consider the shortcomings of this trimmer; don't dump on the messenger, improve the product..." With products and employees of this quality, I think it unlikely that Mangroomer will pose much competition to Panasonic, Braun, Wahl, Remington, or Norelco any time soon...

SECOND ADDENDUM: Careful shoppers will note that there seem to be a lot more positive reviews of this product posted recently. You will also note that almost all of these positive reviews have been voted unanimously helpful, whereas the negative reviews which were more prevalent before have been voted less helpful. I will therefore conclude again that employees of Mangroomer or their affiliates have been posting positive reviews and attacking earlier negative reviews. I STRONGLY URGE POTENTIAL BUYERS OF THIS PRODUCT TO READ BETWEEN THE LINES OF THE POSITIVE REVIEWS -- CAVEAT EMPTOR!

THIRD ADDENDUM: Okay -- there go stars three and four. After just a few months of use, the wonky power regulator is causing the trimmer to shut down after a second or two, even though the (inaccurate) power meter says there's one-third charge remaining. I finally got the trimmer to stay on, after turning it on a number of times. I've never had problems like this with a shaver or trimmer from Panasonic, Braun, or Norelco. So I give this trimmer and the company who made it a BIG FAIL. NOT recommended.

FOURTH ADDENDUM: Well, as I look at my review again today, I see that 21 out of 29 Amazon shoppers have found this review helpful, so maybe the ManGroomer guys have laid off dumping on my observations! Suffice it to say that I have bought a Norelco QT4070 vacuum beard trimmer and like that model MUCH better than the MG, even though the Norelco doesn't trim as close. So unless you REALLY want a close stubble trim -- I recommend the Norelco, which works beautifully.


* The closest shave of any beard/stubble trimmer now on the market.
* Compact, lightweight power transformer. MG nailed at least this one detail.


* Faulty power regulator causing trimmer to shut down.
* Trimmer lacks ergonomic refinement.
* No accessories included.
* Power meter gives false readings.
* No vacuum feature.
* Manufacturer suspected of posting false positive reviews here at Amazon and describing negative reviews as "Not helpful;" manufacturer lacks reputation and credibility of other long-time competitors.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Just Not Short Enough for My Face 6 Jun 2012
By Timothy Lovett - Published on Amazon.com
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First, let me say this is a very high quality product. The LCD screen is pretty awesome for such a device and makes it very easy for you to set the length of the hairs you want to remain.

My only problem was I just found it to not shave close enough to my face and I felt like my hairs remained 'rugged' not 'scruffy' so I ended up just opting for a shave after I was done instead. I may use this for making my hairs shorter before I shave if I haven't in awhile (because longer hairs catch on razors a lot and hurt a ton) but right now I wouldn't really recommend this unless you are actively trying to maintain a beard not just trying to keep your face in the scruff look.

All in all though this is a high quality product and if you have a loved one with a beard I highly suggest giving them this so they can maintain it easily at whatever length they want it to be.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad little mower 12 Jun 2013
By S. Bullock - Published on Amazon.com
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I do like this trimmer, works well and the turbo button is a real help when you have some long growth.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good but could use some improvements 25 May 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I actually grew out my beard a bit just to review this product when I saw it on Vine.
I'd say I was sporting about a 3/4" scruff when the "ManGroomer" arrived. I try to say Mangroomer in my best Movie guy voice MaaaAAAaanGroOOomer.
Anyway, joking aside all in all this is a pretty decent little trimmer.
There were a few areas that could definitely use improving and a couple flaws but ultimately it is a pretty cool little device.

Plugging it in I ran into the first issue. The charging indicator indicated that it was fully charged. I thought this might be one of those pre-charged devices but I left it in for an hour just in case. When I came back the indicator still suggested that the device was fully charged so I un-plugged it and turned it on. Battery indicator showed 1/3 charge. Not a big deal but definitely a bug that needs to be addressed.

For my first trim I set it to 5mm which is the max height. The auto depth guard is pretty cool just goes up and down by itself. Felt more like a bell and whistle than a necessity though. Other beard trimmers I've used have a simple slider on the side that works just as well. None of the hairs made it into the whisker belly on my first trim but I assume thats because they were so long. This is designed to trim scruff so I didn't doc any points for that.
But what I did notice is that it's really easy to get an uneven shave at 5mm. The way the trimmer is designed at 5mm you can easily tilt the trimmer to far in one direction and get a closer shave than you want. So after my first round my face looked a bit patchy under the chin and a couple spots on my neck.
What I will say is that it chewed through my scruff like it was nothing. No snags, no tugs, no cuts, nothing. Just went right through like butter.
I tried using the "Power Burst" feature but it didn't seem to work, or if it did I didn't notice it.

Next I set it to 2.5 and gave it another pass. This time my shave was much nicer. Pretty much even all around. I don't know if that's because I was more careful or just because at closer settings it's not as easy to tip it to far and get a closer shave. However the Whisker Belly was still empty. Had to doc some points that time.
After that shave I decided to clean it out as well and I have to say my Braun Pulsonic and and my Panasonic Arc 5 have spoiled me with the wet rinse option. It was kind of frustrating to clean with out being able to just stick it under the sink. But if you have one of those little trimmer brushes handy that makes the job a lot easier. Unfortunately ManGroomer doesn't come with a brush.

Next I set it to 1.5 and did another round. Again I got a really nice, even cut but again the whisker belly was empty and whiskers were piling up in the blade and the sink. I should point out that I had the shaver tipped belly side up and back so the whiskers should have fallen into the belly.

Finally I pulled the guard off and shaved bare. This was actually the best part of the trimmer. I got a bit nervous since some trimmers will nick you if you try to shave without a guard but the blades on the Mangroomer are inset just enough to give a super close stubble, meaning it wont cut you. So you can drag it around bare with no worries. That was definitely cool.
Still, didn't get much in the belly, most of my whiskers clumped up in the blades and got spat out into the sink.

To be fair I have pretty fine facial hair. Guys with stiffer/thicker hair may not have the same problem.

For the final clean I decided to pop the blades off. This was really cool. In most trimmers you'll need a screw driver and then putting them back together is a matter of tightening, twisting the blades, then tightening, etc. This was just pop em off, clean it out, pop em back on, done.

So Pros and Cons

1. At shorter lengths it gives a very accurate shave and works pretty quickly.
2. Auto length adjuster assures that you get exactly the right length.
3. No wet clean but still really easy to clean, especially if you have a trimmer brush. Easy on/off blades was a big plus.
4. Takes whiskers down like Randy Savage
5. Cordless

1. At 5mm it's a little too easy to mess up and get patchy results.
2. Whisker Belly doesn't really work on fine hair. A vacuum feature (small fan) would solve this.
3. No wet rinse and no included trimmer brush.
4. Battery Charge indicator was faulty on the trimmer I received. Might just be a bad egg.
5. Not sure if the power burst feature even works.

For what it is it does it's job pretty well. If you like a 5 o'clock or a bit more scruff this is a great little maintenance trimmer.
I'd also recommend it for taking down your scruff before a clean shave, just pop the guard off and go to town without any worry of snags or cuts. That alone is worth the price to me.
The problems I had with it were very likely my own fault and the issues with the charger and power burst could just be a defect in the one I got. Once I turned it on though the charger did give an accurate reading.

So overall, yeah I'd say it's a good buy as long as you don't get a defective one but hey, this is Amazon, free returns and replacements makes that a no brainer.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect 8 April 2013
By Cory Erstling - Published on Amazon.com
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Product design is average, but for the price that's what I expected. It does exactly what it says, and well. I dont like going clean shaven and I don't like have a 5-7 day beard. This allows me to maintain that sweet scruff experienced on day 2 or 3 (depending how fast your facial hair grows) and allows me to maintain the same look daily. Cleanup is average, irritation has been minimal. power burst is clutch too.

Get one.
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