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Wahl Bump Prevent Battery Trimmer comes with self-sharpening precision blade technology to deliver a close shave with no snagging and no razor bumps. Comes with 3 trimming combs for styling your beard, and a cleaning brush and blade oil to keep your trimmer running like clockwork.
Wahl Battery Shaver
grooming.wahl.com. 3-Year limited warranty: Valid in U.S.A. only. If your Wahl product fails to operate satisfactorily within three (3) years from the date of original purchase or receipt as a gift, Wahl will, at our option, repair or replace it and return it to you free of charge. Do not return this product to store where purchased. Products needing repair under this warranty should be returned with postage prepaid to: Wahl Clipper Corp. Attn: repair Department 3001 Locust Street Sterling, Illinois 61081. Include a note describing the defect and the date of original purchase or receipt as a gift (if in warranty). Products out of warranty will be repaired at our standard repair charges. This warranty is void and no repair or replacement will be made under this warranty or otherwise if: (1) The product is modified in any manner or repaired by anyone other than Wahl clipper corporation or Wahl authorized service center. (2) The product has been used commercially or subjected to unreasonable use. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state. No other written express warranty is given. Any implied warranty, including any warranty of merchantability which may arise from purchase or use, is limited to the year period provided in this express warranty. Some states may not allow such limitation, so it may not apply to you. No responsibility is assumed for incidental or consequential damages of any type, or for the use of unauthorized attachments. Some states may not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Outside U.S.A., check with store for Wahl authorized distributor's warranty. For more information or product registration, visit grooming.wahl.com. ©2014 Wahl Clipper Corporation. Printed in China. Service and repair: If you have problems with your trimmer, send it prepaid with a note explaining the problem to: Wahl Clipper Corporation. Attn: Repair Department 3001 Locust Street Sterling, IL 61081. Telephone (800) 767-9245. For products purchased outside the united states, contact your distributor. 60 day money back guarantee! If for any reason within 60 days of purchase of your Wahl® trimmer you are not satisfied with your trimmer and would like a refund, just return your trimmer, together with the sales receipt, to the retailer from whom you purchased it. Wahl will reimburse all retailers who accept trimmers within 60 days of purchase. If you have any questions regarding this money-back guarantee, please call 1-800-767-9245 in the United States. Close shave, no razor bumps. Stop the bumps and snags with superior blades. The finer the teeth... the finer the quality. Includes: Trimmer unit. Blade guards. 1/16". 1/8". 3/16". 2 AA batteries. Beard comb. Cleaning brush. Blade oil. Storage base. English/Spanish instructions/styling guide.
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Wahl®. Home products. #1 brand*. Bump-prevent. Battery shaver/trimmer. Self-sharpening precision blade. Close bump-free shave. Convenient battery power. No-snag guarantee.** 3-year limited warranty. The brand used by Professionals® since 1919.
Save these instructions for household use only. Loading / replacing batteries: 1. Remove battery cover from front of trimmer by pushing in and back on the plastic door in the direction of the arrows. 2. Insert two AA batteries as indicated by molded outline in trimmer. 3. Replace battery cover to its original position. 4. Move switch to "on" position to use. 5. To maximize battery life, trimmer should be shut "off' immediately after using. Troubleshooting: If your trimmer fails to operate when switched "on," check your batteries to see if they are properly installed. Positive end (center post) should be located as shown in battery housing. Make sure the switch is in the "on" position and check to be sure blades are free to move. If blades become clogged with debris, manually pushing the blades back and forth a few times while unit is turned "OFF" may help free the blades and allow the trimmer to operate. If it still does not operate, your batteries have probably exceeded their useful life. To maximize battery life, replace both AA batteries at the same time. Caring for your trimmer: Oiling blades: For best results, put one or two drops of Wahl clipper oil on the blades only when necessary, or approximately once a month. Motor bearings are permanently lubricated-do not attempt to oil. When oiling your trimmer, turn the trimmer "ON - I," hold the unit with the blades facing down and squeeze one or two drops of oil onto the blades. Wipe off excess oil with soft cloth. Notice-do not over oil! Excessive oiling or application of liquids will cause damage if allowed to seep back into motor. Blade care: Trimmer blades have precision-hardened, ground and lapped cutting teeth. Blades should be handled carefully and never bumped or used to cut dirty or abrasive material. Should blades become damaged or dull, you may purchase a new blade assembly from Wahl. Be sure to ask for the groomsman XL blade assembly. Cleaning/storage: Before storing your trimmer, use the cleaning brush to whisk any loose hairs from the unit and the blades. Store unit in such a manner so that blades are protected from damage. When the trimmer is not in use, the trimmer guide/blade guard attachment should be in place to protect the blades. Now you can keep on shaving while cleaning up ingrown whiskers: Men with very curly facial hair have a special problem with shaving. Specifically, ingrown whiskers. Their whiskers curl back toward the skin - and grow in many different directions. Electric razors can't pick them up through their slotted or mesh heads. And safety razors slice them off at a sharp angle. Either way, the stubble is left in an ideal condition to cause ingrown hair problems. Continued shaving over the bumps and irritated skin, of course, makes the condition worse. But you don't have to stop shaving altogether. With this Wahl trimmer, you can maintain a neat, shaved appearance while getting help with ingrown whiskers. Its open-tooth comb action picks up and straightens curly whiskers for cutting - while its high-speed blades move across at a flat angle to the whiskers, clipping them off evenly. Shaving: Wash up: 1. Make sure your hands and fingernails are scrubbed as clean as possible before touching your face. Irritated skin is very easily infected by germs. 2. Wash and dry your face thoroughly to unclog pores and whisker follicles. Use a rough towel to help remove dead skin and invigorate the skin. Also, consider using an antiseptic lotion. Brush up - use of beard brush: 3. Brush your beard thoroughly every day with a good scrubbing action. This is important because it frees ingrown whiskers and moves the rest around so they don't take hold and start growing in. Use a small, stiff-bristle brush that can be sanitized (a toothbrush is fine). Keep the brush clean. 4. Brush your face as often as possible to start training your beard to grow in one direction. This goes a long way to ensuring a clean, close shave without skin irritation (you may even want to stop shaving altogether long enough to establish a brushing pattern). Most people can expect good results following these brushing strokes: Brush down from each ear, across the cheek and along the jawbone toward the chin. Brush away from the point of the chin on each side, back along the lines just under the jawbone. Brush up from the lower hairline, all around the neck, up to the lines of the previous stroke. Brush from the lower lip down over the chin. Brush down from the nose to the upper lip. 5. Shave with Wahl trimmer following the same strokes and going in the same direction you brushed. Stretch a section of skin with the fingers of one hand, while holding the shaver blade head flat against the face with the other hand. Push it forward with slight pressure in a stroking action across the skin. You may want to go over the same area several times. Just be sure you always shave in the same direction each time. 6. Continue this program as long as ingrown hairs and bumps are a problem. Later, you may wish to switch back to a razor-close shaving method. But return to use of the Wahl trimmer at the first sign of the problem coming back. And never stop brushing. Mustache trimming: 1. Comb your mustache. Looking into a well-lit mirror, comb your mustache in the direction that it grows. This will help reveal stray hairs and achieve an even, balanced trim. 2. Cut the outline of your mustache. Holding the trimmer in a vertical position, with the nameplate side facing you, define the line of your mustache. The extended tips on the blades let you achieve a clean, well-defined mustache line. 3. Defining. As a finishing step, hold the trimmer with the nameplate facing you. Using only the bare blades, make a definitive line at the bottom of your mustache. 4. Tapering. Hold the trimmer with the nameplate facing away from you. Again starting with the middle of your mustache, follow the lip line and taper out the mustache until a gentle shape is created on the bottom portion of your mustache. 5. Defining. As a finishing step, hold the trimmer with nameplate facing make a definitive line at the bottom of your mustache. Trimming and edging your beard: The following are suggested trimming steps and trimmer positions. You may find different procedures work better for you. 1. Comb your beard in the direction that it grows to help reveal stray hairs that may be longer than the others. 2. Attach the longest trimming guide to trim and taper your beard. Start at each sideburn and stroke downward toward your neck. Trim toward your chin in smooth, overlapping strokes, following the lay of your beard. If you trim against the way your beard naturally lays, the trimmer will cut the hair much shorter and the result may be patchy. Use to progressively shorter trimming guides until you reach the desired length of beard. You may wish to use the shortest trimming guide attachment to cut closer near the ear and down under the chin, changing to a longer trimming guide toward the front of the face and point of your chin. Always be sure the trimming guide is locked solidly into the desired position before you start to trim. 3. To cut the outline of your beard, remove the trimming guide. Starting under your chin and working back toward your jawbone and ears, cut the outer perimeter of your beard underneath the jawbone. Continue the line all the way up to the ears and hairline. 4. Accentuate your beard line by using the trimmer in a downward motion. Start at the line you've created and, working from the chin back toward the ears, trim the area right under your beard line. 5. Define the upper part of your beard using the same technique. Use your Wahl trimmer on hair, too: That's part of its job. You can use it to keep expensive hairstyles trimmed-shaping hairlines, fading defining parts and trimming around neck and ears. You can use it to style hair, too, if you wish. To trim or style hair, first shampoo and dry hair thoroughly. Holding the Wahl trimmer with toothed edge pointed down, trim off a little at a time, carefully. It may be best to have someone else help you. Your trimmer comes with three attachments: #1, #2, and #3. For fading, use the attachment you desire; #1 for shortest length, #2 for medium length, and #3 for longest length. Attach the guide comb to the trimmer, making sure it is secure. Hold trimmer toward the temple line; begin to cut hair in an upward motion, staying below temple line for high, tight fades. For high, tight fade or military style fades, use trimmer with attachment. Cut hair past temple line, working your way around the head from one side to the other. For blending techniques, use #2 and #3 attachments to remove bulky hairline. Eventually, you should develop the skills to stay well groomed by a quick trim around neck, ears and sideburns.