Trim and shave your body hair with confidence.
Manscaping can be a frustrating thing to do if you’re not using the right equipment. Whether you prefer your hair to be completely smooth or still have a little bit of hair down there, you’ll need a tool that’s both safe and versatile.
If you’ve ever tried manscaping in your more delicate regions, you know how difficult it can be to avoid cutting or scratching yourself. That’s why these body groomers are made to target your hair anywhere below the neck, including your most intimate places.
These gadgets will make it easy to keep your body hair under control with features like long-lasting batteries, numerous guards in various lengths, water-resistant casings, and contour technology.
If you’re in a hurry, here’s a summary of our top picks:
- Best Trimmer for your Balls/Bum: Philips Norelco Body Grooming
- Most Budget-Friendly Trimmer (Cheap): Remington PG525 Body Trimmer
- Best for General Use (All-in-One): Braun Multi Groom Kit For Body
- Best Electric Back Shaver: Mangroomer Back Shaver
- Best Chest Hair Trimmer: Panasonic Electric Body Hair Trimmer
- Best Manual Back Shaver: Bakblade 2.0 Elite Plus
- Best Manual Razor: Gillette Cartridge Razor for Body Grooming
Best Trimmer for your Balls/Bum: Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 7000
Finding the best trimmer for your sensitive areas is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. If you get a trimmer that doesn’t work well and well, there’s no need to go into detail. You should invest in a trimmer designed specifically for your nether regions.
To put it bluntly, the Philips Norelco Bodygroom is the best trimmer for your balls and bum. Because of its dual-sided design, you can shave with the foil head or trim the hedges with the trimmer end. The foil side has rounded tips to prevent nicks and cuts, making it ideal for work below the belt.
The trimmer end is also helpful to use in the lower regions. Its five setting lengths, ranging from 1/8” to 7/16”, give you complete control over your hair length.
What do you do to keep that trimmer going? With an 80-minute run time and a one-hour charge, you can take care of all your clipping needs. It’s also water-resistant, so you can easily use it in the shower for easy cleanup.
You don’t even have to use it on your balls. Because of the device’s 2-in-1 functionality and small size, you can take it with you and use it anywhere. The package includes a replacement blade, a travel case, and a two-year warranty.
Most Budget-Friendly Trimmer (Cheap): Remington PG525 Body Trimmer
If you’re on a tight budget but still want a high-quality body trimmer, look no further than the Remington PG525. With its 9“ yes, you read that correctly, blades, this unit can cut any hair on the body.
There are nose and ear attachments, the longer trimmer with small blades allows for easy trimming. If you want to trim your beard, the Remington has several beard lengths as well as a clean shave and stubble.
The PG525 also effectively covers body hair and works well on the chest and groin. This is also a good option for your balls. The blades are formed to a single cutting edge from self-sharpening surgical steel. And, at less than $30, the Remington PG525 is definitely a low-cost, high-return product.
This versatile body trimmer sports a 70-minute runtime battery and a waterproof enclosure, so you can take it anywhere.
Like the Philips Norelco, this also has a 2-year warranty. A word of caution: if you spend a lot of time outside of the US, this trimmer is not for you. The warranty doesn’t work internationally as it only operates on 120-volt circuits.
Best for General Use (All-in-One): Braun Multi Groom Kit For Body
If you’re the type of guy who prefers to have just one device for everything, the Braun Multigroom Kit is for you. It is effective on all types of body hair, including nose, ear, facial, body, and even head hair. With 14 different length settings and dedicated attachments for the nose and ear hair, the Braun is the best general-purpose trimmer available.
This beautifully designed German kit also includes a foil head for those clean shaves and, if you’re a man looking for a smooth shave in specific areas, even a Gillette Fusion5 ProGlide razor. Even better, its flexball technology conforms to even the most curved surfaces.
This all-in-one body trimmer has a run-time of 60 minutes on a 60-minute charge. Like the previous two, it is also waterproof, so you can take it in the bathtub if that’s what you prefer. The price is also very reasonable and comes with a carrying case as well as a hard bristled brush. Completing this great package is a 2-year warranty.
Best Electric Back Shaver: Mangroomer Back Shaver
This is one of the more interesting inventions we’ve ever seen. The Mangroomer is specifically designed to trim the hair on your back. Its extra-wide (1.8”) head along with its ability to extend two feet when fully opened, will make quick and efficient work of your back area. To make things even easier, the handle also locks into place.
The Mangroomer includes two attachment heads: a trimmer head and a foil blade for close cuts. It also has a one-of-a-kind battery technology; when you receive the unit, it requires 48 hours to charge. However, it is designed to remain charged for an extended period of time so that it has enough power to cut through all types of hair in one go.
If it works for your back, don’t be afraid to apply it elsewhere. You can definitely also use this for the chest, stomach, and shoulders if you want to. However, what we don’t recommend, is that you use this 1.8″ blade on your delicate, contoured areas.
Best Chest Trimmer: Panasonic Electric Body Hair Trimmer
If you’re looking for something to shave your chest area, look no further than the Panasonic Electric Body Hair Trimmer.
Shaving your chest and pubic area can be difficult due to the contours of the two areas. The Panasonic Electric Body Hair Trimmer is effective in both areas and has enough power to cut through even the thickest hair. It comes with three attachments and a V-shaped trimmer head for hard-to-reach areas like pecks and armpits that require some finesse.
The fact that it is completely waterproof is the main selling point here. Take it with you into the shower or tub to make cleanup a breeze. Its small size makes it ideal for packing in your gym bag or dopp kit when traveling, and the two-year warranty provides peace of mind.
It does, however, include a Nimh battery that requires an eight-hour charge cycle and has a run time of 40 minutes. This is a significant disadvantage. Moreover, you also can’t use it while it’s charging, and you can’t use it while it’s plugged in. So, definitely take those into account when deciding what to purchase.
Best Manual Back Shaver: Bakblade 2.0 Elite Plus
The Bakblade 2.0 Elite Plus can be thought of as Mangroomer’s manual counterpart. It has a manual razor blade, so you can shave whenever you want, with or without power. It also folds up small for travel and has super-wide heads for a comfortable shave. The ergonomic handle enables you to apply proper pressure to your back while moving the razor.
You’re able to use the Bakblade wet or dry but should only use it for larger skin areas like your back, shoulders, or chest – the size of the head doesn’t allow for delicate trims. The Bakblade includes a small brush for regular cleanings and has affordable replacement cartridges.
Best Manual Razor: Gillette Cartridge Razor for Body Grooming
The Gillette Flexball was and continues to be a game changer in the world of men’s grooming. When the company included it on their facial razors, it made achieving the perfect shave around the contours of the face a lot easier. They’ve used the same technology to create a razor that can be used all over your body. The Gillette Cartridge Razor for Body Grooming will get the job done no matter how the area you’re trying to shave.
Because the heads are significantly smaller than those of many of its competitors, you’ll need to make more passes to complete the job, especially in larger areas. This increases the possibility of bumps and mild irritation. This device also has a battery option that vibrates the razor – its effectiveness was the subject of a legal dispute.
However, there are some cons to going back to manual. First, you have to remember that the razor requires refills, which are always expensive. Second, there is no length setting here; you go straight to skin. And lastly, shaving cream is required to avoid an unpleasant experience.