De Wahl Groomsman Cord/Cordless is a battery-operated trimmer that can be used both plugged in and cordless. Our precision-ground, high-carbon blades stay sharp longer, use them in conjunction with our six-position beard adjuster for multiple facial trim lengths; our beard guards range from stubble to short & clean, to thick & even. Groomsman is a cordless or wired electric beard shaver with a contoured ergonomic handle with soft grip pads, a brushed chrome housing and a travel lock for trimming on the go. Wahl beard trimmers provide a smooth, precise trim so you can get the beard style you want. Choose from different guide comb lengths and widths to suit any beard or mustache style, from scruff to full. Whether you cut your hair between trips to the salon or hairdresser, need beard or nose hair trimmers, or a complete cutting kit, Wahl has the high-quality hair cutting and personal care tools you need. Wahl clippers and trimmers have been used since < . used by professionals in the salon & hairdressing industry >. With self-sharpening precision blades and high-quality construction, Wahl clippers, razors and trimmers provide a close shave. Product in packaging may not be exactly the same as photo due to continuous improvements to the product.
can this work for the genitals?
Yes, this trimmer is best for shorter, stiffer hairs, it works great for what you asked for.
What's the longest beard this can trim?
That would depend on the skill and steady hand of the user. The combs supplied are calibrated to an approx. length, but trimmer can be used freehand - depending on how long it takes for your beard to grow back...
Can the battery be replaced??
Yes, the battery can be replaced, but not by a novice. Wahl recommends that the nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries in this device be replaced by Wahl and not by the user. If you are a mechanical or electronically oriented person, you may be able to do it yourself. But let me say this. My Wahl 9918-6171 unit arrived on 8/30/13. I charged it overnight then unplugged it from the cord and use it as a cordless trimmer since it was first used on 8/31/13. I have yet to charge it and it still works today 9/16/13 as well as the first time I used it. In the future, if the charge of this wireless device is too low when I start using it - NO PROBLEM - I will just plug it in and use it as a corded trimmer and after use I leave it plugged in to charge. However, I would like to point out that I only use it as a mustache and sideburn trimmer. I don't have a beard. In the instructions that come with this device, Wahl states that the life of this rechargeable ni-cad battery is < . is > year. Also note that this device has a < > year warranty and you can replace the entire unit for about $15 for future inflation if you shop from Amazon and similarly priced suppliers. I hope this information helps you and others who can read it
Are these Ni-Cad batteries or NiMH or Lithium?
No data on batteries. Model 9918-6171 on packageOn motor model 9918Cuse wnt-2 charger Wahl charger I received: ModelA30310120 VAC 60HZ output < >,< > vdcType WNT-2 Sincerely, Milivoj
does anyone know if The charger works with 220v or only 110v??
Just got one. The charger has a 110-240v input, so no worries.
What is the voltage and ampere output from the adapter that comes with the trimmer?
output is < >.< > direct current, and < > ma are the amplifiers.
without plastic guards, does the steel blade has adjustable sizes?
The steel blade is fixed. I don't see any option to adjust it.
Does it include a nose hair attachment?
to be honest i don't remember. I have a remington nose hair trimmer. so I probably threw it away. I trim a mustache with it. plus it can get into the ear canal well.
How does the storage stand hold all the guides? Can't find a logical way to do the 3 fixed and blade guard, no pictures on internet from that angle...
MAN! I'm glad you asked that question. When I first got this trimmer I tried and tried but it totally failed. Then I came here to see if anyone else had asked that question, and I saw the photo showing at least some of the attachments in the booth. So I grabbed the default and the attachments and tried and tried and failed again. I have concluded that it is impossible.
is this trimer 110v-220v?
I don't know if the older versions were really only 110V, or if the other answers were just posted by typical Americans with no clue (I'm an American myself, but the sad fact is most of us have no idea what's going on somewhere in the world, but our own neighborhoods, if even that), but the current version comes with a multi/automotive voltage (100-240VAC) charger. You will, of course, need a plug adapter to plug it into an outlet that isn't compatible with standard North American 120V outlets.