Want to shave my man part! best tools at a decent price?

    Want to shave my man part! best tools at a decent price?

    post #1 of 8
    Thread Starter 

    I have a forest in my man part area and would like to be clean shaven there. What clippers or electric shavers do you recommend? Under $50 bucks please.

    post #2 of 8

    Any beard and moustache trimmer will do for any long body hair anywhere - there isn't much difference I can see between the cheap under $20 ones and the expensive over $60 ones.

    But there are two types of trimmers. Those on electric shavers like on my Phillips have the two trimming blades with teeth exactly aligned to get a close trim of sideburn lines. You could easily nick yourself with this type of trimmer. Most, however, have one trimmer blade and its teeth set back slightly from the other - so you can't get as close a cut as with my Phillips - but you won't be a mass of nicks either.

    Whether you then want to use electric or blade for the final close shave (if you can be bothered) is up to you.
    Regards,
    Renato

    post #3 of 8

    I can't help but chime in with a pitch for waxing. Inconvenient, but it lasts two or three months, and doesn't produce stubble.

    However, the sac is a different story. I shave there too, waxing is simply too complicated.

    cacio

    post #4 of 8

    Beard Trimmer

    post #5 of 8
    Beard trimmer then have a pro go in deep with these:
    Cella Shave Soap -&- this bad boy
    http://www.classicshaving.com/catalog/item/522940/9859958.htm
    post #6 of 8

    Have your girlfriend do it for you. She will have everything.

    post #7 of 8
    hair removal creams are best for sensitive areas
    n they do it very smooth too..
    post #8 of 8
    I use a Gillette Fusion 3 times a week for that area. No problems.

    First time cut it with a small scissor. Then shave it. Then repeat 3-4 times weekly.
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    7/11/13 at 9:00pm

    SmellGoodPimp said:



    I have a forest in my man part area and would like to be clean shaven there. What clippers or electric shavers do you recommend? Under $50 bucks please.

    7/17/13 at 7:29am

    Renato said:



    Any beard and moustache trimmer will do for any long body hair anywhere - there isn't much difference I can see between the cheap under $20 ones and the expensive over $60 ones.

    But there are two types of trimmers. Those on electric shavers like on my Phillips have the two trimming blades with teeth exactly aligned to get a close trim of sideburn lines. You could easily nick yourself with this type of trimmer. Most, however, have one trimmer blade and its teeth set back slightly from the other - so you can't get as close a cut as with my Phillips - but you won't be a mass of nicks either.

    Whether you then want to use electric or blade for the final close shave (if you can be bothered) is up to you.
    Regards,
    Renato

    7/17/13 at 8:22am

    cacio said:



    I can't help but chime in with a pitch for waxing. Inconvenient, but it lasts two or three months, and doesn't produce stubble.

    However, the sac is a different story. I shave there too, waxing is simply too complicated.

    cacio

    7/17/13 at 8:27am

    mccann690 said:



    Beard Trimmer

    7/17/13 at 9:24am

    Orgoglio italianO said:



    Beard trimmer then have a pro go in deep with these:
    Cella Shave Soap -&- this bad boy
    http://www.classicshaving.com/catalog/item/522940/9859958.htm

    7/18/13 at 4:22am

    gilesjp said:



    Have your girlfriend do it for you. She will have everything.

    7/20/13 at 9:47pm

    swapnil said:



    hair removal creams are best for sensitive areas
    n they do it very smooth too..

    7/26/13 at 1:22pm

    CHSeifert said:



    I use a Gillette Fusion 3 times a week for that area. No problems.

    First time cut it with a small scissor. Then shave it. Then repeat 3-4 times weekly.





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