Bevel Pro Trimmer Review

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Today, I’ll be taking a closer look at the Bevel Pro All-in-One Clipper and Trimmer. Retailing at roughly $329.95, this trimmer is an expensive choice. So what are the pros and cons of this trimmer, and is it actually worth the price? Let’s dive into the features and my experience with this trimmer and find out.

Overview of The Bevel Pro

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The Bevel Pro

Total Score: 7 / 10

A decent trimmer, but I feel it doesn’t truly justify its price tag. However its a great option if you need very fine adjustments.


Score: 8 / 10


Score: 7 / 10


Score: 4 / 10

The Bevel Pro trimmer presents itself as a premium grooming tool with smooth cutting blades and precision-powered adjustments. From my experience, that is for sure the first thing you notice. It’s sturdy construction and luxury feel are great, but the plastic power button slide feels somewhat flimsy, and is made of plastic, which was let down for me considering that’s the part of the trimmer you touch a lot.

The trimmer’s versatility and convenient clipper-to-trimmer switch is easy to use, while the LED display is a nice touch. However, its higher retail price of $329.95 is a large pill to swallow, even if it does have a better than usual build quality.

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Design and Features

The Bevel Pro trimmer comes equipped with an LED Smart Display, Precision Powered Gap Adjustment (ranging from 0 to 2.5 mm), and Pivot Lock magnetic guards. The stainless steel blades are coated with graphite to provide smooth trimming, and the powerful 6000+ RPM motor ensures efficient performance. It comes with two stainless steel blades, five Bevel Pivot Lock Magnetic guards, oil for the blades, a cleaning brush, an 8-ft power/charging cord, and documentation to get you started.


  • Premium feel and sturdy construction
  • Smooth cutting blades with graphite coating
  • Precision Powered Gap Adjustment for personalized grooming
  • Pivot Lock Magnetic Guards for added stability
  • Versatile clipper-to-trimmer switch for convenience
  • Clear and easy-to-read LED display
  • Impressive battery life of up to 4 hours
  • Comprehensive package with multiple accessories included


  • Flimsy plastic power button slide lacking a travel lock
  • Learning curve with Pivot Lock Magnetic Guards
  • Higher retail price of $329.95
  • Slick feel in hand during extended grooming sessions
  • Some users may prefer trimmers with higher RPM motors
  • Limited guard usage with trimmer blade
  • Longer guards and T-blade accessories sold separately
  • Absence of a dedicated charging stand

Pros Of The Bevel Pro

The Bevel Pro trimmer boasts several noteworthy pros worth considering. With its premium feel and smooth cutting blades, it exudes a sense of luxury while delivering precise trims. The Precision Powered Gap Adjustment allows for personalized grooming, though the plastic power button slide can be somewhat flimsy. The Pivot Lock Magnetic Guards offer stability during use, and the versatile clipper-to-trimmer switch adds convenience. The LED display keeps users informed, but the higher price may deter budget-conscious buyers. Overall, the Bevel Pro trimmer is a reliable option for those seeking a high-quality grooming tool with some practical trade-offs to be aware of.

Cons Of The Bevel Pro

While the Bevel Pro trimmer boasts impressive features, it does come with a few cons to consider. The plastic power button slide can feel flimsy and lacks a travel lock, leading to accidental activations. There might be a learning curve with the Pivot Lock Magnetic Guards, and the higher price of $329.95 could be a deterrent for budget-conscious buyers. Additionally, some users may find the trimmer’s slick feel in hand to be a minor drawback during extended grooming sessions. Despite these downsides, the Bevel Pro trimmer offers reliable performance, but it’s essential to weigh the trade-offs before making a decision.


Who Is This Trimmer For?

The Bevel Pro trimmer is best suited for individuals with specific preferences. While its 6000+ RPM motor delivers efficient results, those seeking an even higher RPM may find other options more appealing. It works well for general grooming and styling, but keep in mind that you can’t use the guards with the trimmer blade, limiting some styling possibilities. Furthermore, if you require longer guards, you’ll need to purchase them separately, adding to the overall cost. The trimmer is not accompanied by a charging stand, which might be a minor inconvenience for those who prefer dedicated storage. To me, this seems like a specialized trimmer for someone who wants a luxury feeling trimmer or a professional who expects to use it for a very specific need.

My Experience

During my hands-on experience with the Bevel Pro trimmer, I was immediately struck by its premium feel and solid construction. The smooth cutting blades, aided by the graphite coating, delivered precise and clean trims without any discomfort. I appreciated the convenience of the Precision Powered Gap Adjustment, which allowed me to personalize my grooming preferences. The Pivot Lock Magnetic Guards were practical once I got used to them, ensuring stability during use. However, the sensitive power button slide and the trimmer’s higher price of $329.95 were noticeable downsides. Despite these trade-offs, the trimmer could be a good fit for those seeking top-notch performance and convenience in a high-quality and high priced grooming tool.

Value for Money

While its higher price of $329.95 reflects the quality build and design, it may be a deterrent for budget-conscious buyers. Those willing to invest in a high-quality trimmer will find value in its features. However, for more budget-friendly options with comparable results, alternative choices may be worth considering. The trimmer’s slick feel in hand and sensitive power button slide are minor drawbacks but overall I would give it a six out of ten on the value spectrum.


As we come to the end of this Bevel Pro trimmer review, it’s clear that this grooming tool offers a blend of impressive features and practical drawbacks. While the smooth cutting blades and precision adjustments deliver reliable performance, the trimmer’s higher price and some minor design flaws may give potential buyers pause. Ultimately, the Bevel Pro trimmer caters to those who prioritize quality and convenience but may not be the ideal fit for everyone. As you embark on your grooming journey, remember to weigh the pros and cons carefully to find the perfect trimmer that aligns with your specific needs and preferences. Happy grooming!

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tech Specs

Model Number
Power Type cordless
Weight 34.56 oz
Length 7.60 in
Motor 6000 rpm

Blade Specs

Blade Type Stainless Steel
Blade Width in
Minimum Cutting Length 0.1 mm
Maximum Cutting Length 2.5 mm

Guard Specs

Shortest Guard Length 5 mm
Longest Guard Length 8 mm

Battery Specs

Battery Type Li-ion
battery Size 4000 mAh