Our Trym II review aims to uncover the mystery behind these clippers. When a lot of people think of hair clippers the first people that come to mind might be Wahl or Andis. That doesn't mean they're the only option on the market though.
The Trym II are a very sleek and modern looking pair of hair clippers. Our review covers how they perform in a professional & home setting. I was just as skeptical as you probably are right now, but keep reading...
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Professional or Home Use
There's always been a divide between those who cut hair at home and those that go to the barber. This is especially true for men. We're much more likely to cut our hair at home than our wives are.
Here's the thing... cutting hair at home is more than just a convenience. It's a skill that more people should learn. Learning to cut hair can be a valuable skill if you're a growing family. Think about how much money you could save by cutting hair at home.
From what we've found in our Trym II review these clippers aren't for professional use. While it's possible to use them somewhat in a professional setting there's just better options for the barber shop. Something like the BGRC clippers would be better.
The Trym II does excel at cutting hair at home. It's got a very out of the way design. It takes up little space and it will look great sitting on your bathroom counter. It comes with different length guards , it's wireless, and it's easy to charge.
While Trym II might not be a brand a lot of people recognize compared to Wahl that doesn't change anything. These clippers work well!
How We Review Clippers
It's important to know how your clippers are being reviewed. Other review sites only spin what other people are saying and don't really put their own angle on the review.
We feel that a "price to quality ratio" is very important. It's a metric we use in a lot of our reviews and it helps you understand if a product is giving you your money's worth.
There's nothing worse than spending $100 on something only to find out you could have gotten something better for half the price. We've all been there and none of us want to go back.
You'll find our results of price to quality in the overall value section of this review.
The Trym II Review
The Trym II comes with a lot of what you might expect from clippers designed for home use. Thankfully they include 4 trimming attachments to cut different lengths of hair. Also comes with a stylish charging base and standard adapter, cleaning oil, and brush.
The design of these clippers are referred to as "Apple-esque". Comparing themselves to the look and style of Apple. While I like the way they look... who knows if Apple would agree. Although the box they come in definitely looks like an Apple box.
- Good Battery Life
- Multiple Attachments
- Strong Motor
- Smaller than what they look.
- Quality could be better.
The design of the Trym II is often the first thing to attract attention to these clippers. They're definitely a very great looking pair of clippers. The very sleek design and "Apple-esque" look catches the eye and they look great in mostly any bathroom.
This model also has an upgraded battery and sharper blades than the one before it. With these additional improvements in design the Trym II has become a pair of clippers worth having.
Earlier versions of the Trym brand didn't live up to expectations. Fortunately this is a company that can learn from their mistakes and the Trym II comes with sharper blades.
A lot of men use these clippers to do a little manscaping and from what we can see they do pretty good. I don't think they will rival the Norelco 7100 when it comes to body grooming, but if you're using them to trim your beard and hair they're a winner.
When you consider all the traits of the clippers they turn out pretty good. At the lower mid-range pricing at major online retailers the Trym II is worth buying. As long as you're getting them between $35 - $45 I would say they're worth it. Anything above that I might reconsider and look into other cordless hair clippers.
These clippers fit into our recommended price to quality ratio.
Alternatives to the Trym II
Philip Norelco 3100
The Philip Norelco 3100 are clippers designed for cutting hair at home. They're a more affordable option of the Trym II is a little out of your price range.
These clippers come with many attachments and guards which make it a convenience to use at home. The downside is they're more designed for a single person and not a family.
The attachments it comes with are nose hair trimmers, precision trimmer, and facial hair guards. It's a cheap ideal set for the self sufficient male.
Sminiker Hair Clippers
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These Sminiker cordless hair clippers fall into the modern category with Trym II. They come with a couple hair guards and all your standard cleaning equipment.
What I really like about these clippers is the removal rechargeable batteries. A big problem with rechargeable batteries is they get weaker over time. You can replace that issue with these clippers and always have a strong battery.
They're also very sleek and thin like the Trym II, but with a much different look. The pricing is also around the same as Trym II. I would recommend these as an alternative option based on your style preference.
Remington HC6550 Vacuum Clippers
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The Remington Vacuum Clippers aren't as modern looking as some of the options we've mentioned here, but they have a unique feature that really sets them apart.
Addressing the elephant in the room... the vacuum feature is what sets these apart. While you're cutting hair you'll have all the small clippings sucked up into the vacuum of these clippers.
They're also cordless and come with hair guards to perfect your cutting hair at home efforts. I really like these clippers and they perform really well. They're only slightly more than your Trym II so give these a consideration.
Before You Go!
I hope our Trym II review was able to shed a little light on these clippers. Other modern looking hair clippers out there sacrifice a lot of quality and cutting ability to put money into how they look.
While the Trym II does put money into how it looks they didn't skimp out on cutting quality. That's what I like to see in a pair of clippers. Bells and whistles are fine as long as you don't let your core functionality suffer.
If you own a pair of Trym II clippers leave us a comment and let us know your personal experience with them.
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