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Smart Beard Trimmer | Power Adapt Technology | Precise Trimming | Quick Charge | BT3231/15

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Smart Beard Trimmer

Smart Beard Trimmer  - | Power Adapt Technology | Precise Trimming | Quick Charge | BT3231/15
  • 1,599

  • 1,995
  • (20% Off)

Effortless even trim

Lift & Trim system cuts 30% faster*

  • PowerAdapt Sensor
  • Stainless steel blades
  • 60 min cordless use/1h charge
  • Lift & Trim system

Trims evenly and captures low-lying hairs

Perfect for stubble, the Philips beard trimmer features our new Lift & Trim system: a comb that lifts and guides the hairs to the level of the blades for an even trim.

Get a perfect but protective trim

The self-sharpening steel blades on the Philips 3000 beard trimmer stay as sharp and effective as on day 1 to deliver a perfect yet protective trim, time after time.

Longer lasting battery

This beard trimmer uses DuraPower technology to reduce friction on the blades, preserve the motor, and keep your battery going four times longer.

Skin-friendly blades for smooth skin

Designed to prevent scratches and irritation, the blades have rounded tips for smoother skin contact.

Adjusts to different length settings

An effective beard trimmer that cuts to the exact length you're after. Just spin the zoom wheel to one of 20 length settings between 0.5 and 10mm in 0.5mm increments.

60 minutes of cordless use or plug it in

Charge your trimmer for 1 hour to get 60 minutes of cordless use or use it plugged in while charging. A 5-minute quick charge delivers one full trim.

Lights indicate when battery is low, empty, full or charging

The battery indicators in this trimmer let you know what your battery status is: Low, empty, charging or full. This way, you can charge your trimmer on time and fully, so you won't end up with an empty battery in the middle of your trim.

Simple maintenance

Detach the head of your Philips beard trimmer and rinse it under the tap for easy cleaning. Then dry it before you put it back on the appliance.

Easy to grip

A fast trimmer that's comfortable to hold and use. So you can handle those hard-to-reach areas more easily.

3 year* warranty, worldwide voltage, no oil needed

We back this Philips trimmer with a 3 year* worldwide warranty. You'll never need to oil it, and it's compatible with all worldwide voltages.

Store and go

The included travel pouch keeps everything together when you're at home, at the gym or on-the-go.

PowerAdapt sensor for constant trimming performance

The PowerAdapt Sensor checks the hair density of you beard 125 times per second and automatically adapts the motor to maintain constant cutting performance.

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  • Create The Look You Want

    Number of length settings
    20 integrated length settings
  • Cutting System

    Cutting element
    Stainless steel blades
    Cutter width
    32 mm
    Range of length settings
    0.5 up to 10 mm
    Precision (size of steps)
    By 0.5 mm
    Non-scratching teeth
    For more comfort
  • Accessories

    Maintenance
    Cleaning brush
    Comb
    Lift & Trim system
    Pouch
    Storage pouch
  • Design

    Handle
    Ergonomic Easy Grip
  • Ease Of Use

    Cleaning
    Rinseable attachments
    Display
  • Battery low indicator
  • Charging indicator
  • Battery empty indicator
  • Zoom wheel
    Easily adjust length settings
    Operation
    Corded & Cordless use
  • Service

    2-year warranty
  • Plus 1 year with product registration on Philips website
  • Yes
  • No oil needed
    Yes
  • Power

    Battery Type
    NiMH
    Automatic voltage
    100-240 V
    Charging
  • 1 hour full charge
  • 5 min quick charge
  • DuraPower technology
    4x longer battery life
    Run time
    60 minutes
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If you are wondering whether you can use your Philips Male Grooming device corded, read our advice below.

Showerproof and washable devices
Waterproof trimmers and clippers can be safely used and cleaned with water. However, these devices will not work when they are plugged into an electric socket. They are designed this way to prevent any kind of accidents.

To find out if your groomer is showerproof look for the following symbol, printed on the body of your device.

Non-washable devices
Some Philips Groomers are only meant for dry use. This means you cannot use them or clean them with water. These types of devices can be used while they are plugged in to an electric socket.

To check if your device is non-washable look for the following symbol printed on it.

Washable devices
Some Philips Groomers suitable for dry use can still be cleaned with water. These can be used while they are connected to the power outlet. However, while cleaning them with water make sure you unplug them first.

These type of washable devices have the following symbol printed on them.

If you are still unsure about the usage of your grooming device, then please consult your user manual for further details or contact us.

To maintain optimum performance of your Philips Groomer, it is important to clean the product after each use. Because of hygienic reasons, we advise to limit the use of the device to 1 person. Do not use corrosive detergents, scouring pads or cloths, petrol, acetone etc. to clean the groomer.

See the following instructions on how to clean your Philips Groomer below.

Washable groomers
Washable groomers have a water tap printed on the back of the handle or located in the user manual. Washable groomers with a water tap can be cleaned with water, however this does not mean that you can use it to clip or trim your hair in the shower or bath. To clean these devices, take off the attachments and cutter and clean the area underneath it with water. Do not use soapy water or any cleaning detergents, as this can remove the protective grease on the cutter and effect its performance. Wash and dry the attachments separately before reattaching them to the groomer. Never immerse the appliance in water.

Showerproof groomers
Showerproof groomers have a shower/bath symbol and can be safely cleaned with water and used while taking a shower or bath. For safety reasons, these waterproof groomers can only be used cordless and will not turn on if they are connected to the power supply.

Before cleaning, ensure the power is off and the appliance is disconnected from the wall socket. To clean these devices, take off any comb and the cutting unit of the device. Clean the comb and cutting unit under a warm tap. Shake off excess water and allow the parts to air dry completely. Never dry the cutting unit with a towel or tissue as this may cause damage.

Do not use soapy water or any cleaning detergents, as this can remove the protective grease on the cutter and effect its performance.

For more detailed instructions of your model, please refer to the user manual.

Non-washable groomers
These groomers have a crossed-out tap symbol (Image 1) located in the user manual or printed on the back of the handle. These appliances cannot be washed with water. Before cleaning, ensure the power is off and the appliance is disconnected from the wall socket. Remove the grooming comb and the cutting unit off the appliance. Clean the cutting unit and the inside of the appliance with the cleaning brush provided or a cotton bud.

For more detailed instructions of your model, refer to the user manual.

Oiling your groomer after cleaning
We recommend oiling your groomer regularly. You can apply a few drops of oil on the teeth of the cutting element of your groomer. You can use the oil provided in the packaging or any other sewing machine oil.

If the groomer you own has an oil reminder (Image 2), an image of an oil drop will light up as a reminder for you to oil your groomer after it has been properly cleaned.

Oil your groomers with the oil provided in the package or sewing machine oil.

For more detailed instructions of your model refer to the user manual.

A beard can be a thing of beauty. Keep yours in line with our ultimate beard trimming guide, packed with tips.

What does beard trimming involve?
If you follow the proper way to trim a beard, you’ll be aiming for an even length all over, and a proper beard neckline, cheekline, mustache and lipline. Here’s how to achieve that.

Step 1: The all-over beard trim
Wash and dry your beard and face. If your beard trimmer or multigroomer comes with multiple click-on beard combs, you can use these to get the desired hair length. The numbers on the combs indicate the length of the remaining hair after trimming. Simply click-on the appropriate comb onto the appliance and start trimming. If your appliance comes with an adjustable comb, set the right setting first.

If your product comes with a click-on skin protect comb, this can help you protect your skin while creating a close trim. The skin protect comb is designed to give you a comfortable, clean look while providing complete skin protection. The comb guides the skin away from the blades for a close, smooth trim.

But when you trim for the first time, you may start by using the comb with the maximum trimming length setting or the highest length setting to familiarize yourself with the product first.

Go against the direction of hair growth to remove excess bulk. Repeat using shorter trim settings until you’re happy with the length.

Step 2: Define your neckline
For the perfect beard neckline, put a finger horizontally just above your Adam’s Apple and trim a vertical strip below this line. Work outwards under your jawline to one side, then return to the center and work your way to the other side. You’re only excused this step if you prefer to have stubble. If you are trimming a full beard, the neckline matters. Struggling? Our beard neckline guide here can give you more details.

Step 3: Follow your beard trim through with a shave
Shave off the trimmed hairs located below your new beard neckline. You can remove these hairs by using a Philips electric shaver, trimmer without a comb or a manual blade. If your product comes with a click-on skin protect comb, this can help you protect your skin while creating a close trim. When using the trimmer or skin protect comb, place the flat side of the cutting element against your skin and make strokes against the direction of hair growth to trim hair close to the skin.

Step 4: Choose your cheekline
If you’re happy with a natural beard cheekline, leave it as it is. For an edgier, crisper look, go for a straight or slightly rounded line to the bottom of your sideburns. You can shape your cheekline by holding the cutting element perpendicular to the skin and move it upwards or downwards with gentle pressure. The lower your cheekline, the more length you’ll give to your face. Get tips on cheekline shaping here.

Step 5: Shape up your mustache
You can trim your mustache to the same length as your beard, or leave it slightly longer to make it stand out more. For a nice, clean lipline, close your mouth and smile. Keep your mustache clean and trim the bottom (without the trimmer comb) to create a 1 mm clear line above your lips (optional).

Different countries may use different voltages in their electrical devices. Not using compatible voltage can damage of your device.

Always check if your product’s adapter is suitable for certain voltages, by checking the specifications of Philips adapter provided with your product.

Our adapters have automatic voltage selection and will show 100 to 240 volts printed on the adapter. This means the adapter is suitable for mains voltages ranging from 100 to 240 volts.

Plug
Even if two countries operate on the same voltage or your adapter is suitable for the voltage used, plugs abroad can have different shapes. Check the type of plug of the country you are visiting. For example, the rectangular US plug does not fit the round shaped European receptacle. A travel adapter will allow you only to plug your appliance into another type of outlet.

Note: Our shavers with build-in revolving pins like: PQ182 and PQ190 are only suitable for mains voltages of 220V.

You can rinse your Philips Groomer or Trimmer only if it is waterproof. You can check that by looking at the signs and symbols printed on your groomer's box or handle.

Crossed out tap symbol
If you see a crossed out tap symbol on the box or body of your groomer, it means that the groomer is not washable and should be cleaned without water.

Tap symbol
A tap symbol printed on your grooming device indicates that it is washable and its parts (cutters and combs) can be cleaned with water. However, this does not mean that you can use it to clip or trim your hair in the shower or bath.

Bath or shower symbol
If you see a shower or bath symbol printed on your groomer, it means that your device is waterproof. It can be safely cleaned with water and used while taking a shower or a bath. For safety reasons, these waterproof groomers can only be used cordless and will not turn on if they are connected to the power supply.

Note: Please keep in mind that the symbols on your Philips Groomer vary per model type. If you are still unsure whether it is safe to clean your Philips Groomer with water then please contact us for further support.

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