Titanium Trim

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Titanium Trim is a hand-held device that's been designed to allow men (and anyone else with short hair) to cut their hair at home with a combing motion. Each device is intended to be used for full haircuts or trims, as per each user's needs, and comes with five different comblike attachments of various lengths. To run this device, you'll need a set of two AA batteries, and you'll receive one set with each trimming tool you obtain.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Titanium Trim is $29.99 plus $4.99 shipping for a total price of $34.98.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Insert Batteries

    Before you can use your Titanium Trim, you'll have to insert the two included AA batteries in the appropriate slots.

  2. Select Attachment

    After inserting the batteries, select the comb attachment that you want to use, based on the length of your hair and the type of work you'll be doing on it. Keep in mind that if you're going to be giving yourself a full haircut, you should choose either the short, medium or long attachment. On the other hand, if you just want to do some grooming, it's best to choose either the groomer or the manscaper attachment. No matter which attachment you choose, you must slide it over your device's blades while the device is still powered off.

  3. Turn on Device

    Once you've added an attachment, use the power button on the front of the device to turn it on, and then start gently running it over your hair as if you're combing it. You can cut as much or as little hair as you want, from just the edges around your hairline to a full headful.

  4. Remove Attachment (optional)

    If you need to trim your sideburns, your beard, or the hair on the back of your neck and shoulders, you can remove the attachment you added and do this with just your tool's blade. For your safety, you should turn the device off temporarily while you take off the attachment.

  5. Turn Off and Store

    When you're done with your entire haircutting routine, regardless of what that entails, you'll need to remember to use the power button to turn off your haircutting tool. Following that, store the tool in a clean, safe, and dry place in your bedroom or bathroom until the next time you'd like to use it.


  • Stainless Steel Blades

    The blades within each Titanium Trim are made of micro-polished stainless steel, and they've also been bonded with titanium, which only adds to their durability. Stainless steel, when sharp, can cut a wide variety of things effectively and efficiently.

  • Non-Slip Grip

    Each device's handle has been designed to help prevent a user's hand from slipping as they use it, and each one is meant to feel fairly soft to the touch. That means that not only will this device be comfortable to use, it'll also be safe, since the chances that your hand will slip and cause you to cut yourself will be slim.

  • Extendable Handle

    The handle of each device is quite long as it is—longer than the handles of most standard razors—but it can be extended by an extra 40 millimeters if you want to access a hard-to-reach area. Your handle's ability to extend may come in especially handy if you want to shave excess hair off your back or lower stomach with your haircutting tool.

  • LED Spotlight

    You'll notice that when you turn on your Titanium Trim tool, its LED spotlight will turn on, too, which will help you see what you're doing if you're using it in a dim room. This type of light can last for up to 100, 000 hours without burning out, so you may get years of use out of it, depending on how often you use your trimming device.

  • Cleaning Brush Included

    Aside from a set of AA batteries, you'll receive a cleaning brush with your device, which you can use to clean it off if it becomes covered in hair. The more often it's cleaned, the better it should be able to perform.

Positive Points

  • No Electricity Required

    You won't need electricity to run your Titanium Trim, which means you'll be able to use it almost anywhere, as long as you have a set of AA batteries that'll work. That makes it a good thing to bring along to a campsite or cottage if you won't have access to electricity. You may also want to carry one in your car and touch up your hairstyle while you're on the go. If you're sitting in the dark, and you don't want to waste the power of your overhead light, you can simply use the device's LED light for illumination.

  • Don't Need to Leave Home

    Using a Titanium Trim device to cut your hair will rid you of the need to visit a hair salon. Therefore, if your salon or barbershop closes because of the Coronavirus, or you don't want to wear a mask to get your hair cut, you won't have to deal with long hair. Besides cutting your own short hair with this device, you can also use it to cut the hair of any children under your care who normally wear short haircuts.

  • Suitable for Some Women

    This device won't cut long or medium-length hair, but if you're a woman with hair that isn't more than an inch or two long, you should be able to use it as a man would. If you've got a male significant other, you might want to get one tool as a couple and share it between the two of you. You could even cut each other's hair if you think this would give you better results than each person cutting their own.

Negative Points

  • Won't Cut Long Hair

    A Titanium Trim tool won't be suitable for cutting long hair of any sort, no matter what attachment you slide over its blades. If you were to try to cut long (or medium-length) hair with this tool, the hair might get caught in the tool, and it might take a long time for you to get it out. Plus, you could end up with a choppy, wild-looking hairdo that you'd almost have to go to a salon to get fixed.

Save Money

Each time you go get a haircut, you've got to fork over some cash, and if they've done a good job, you probably feel obligated to give them a tip. If you decide to obtain a Titanium Trim, though, you may never end up being charged for an individual haircut again. Instead, you'll be able to be your own hairdresser, and you won't have to finance your transportation to the salon or barbershop any longer, either.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Titanium Trim online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Titanium Trim online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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Posted: 24 Nov 2020 Cheryl - (Chicago, IL)

Ordering Product a Scam

Was ordering ONE Titanium Trim. Gave billing info. Was prompted of invalid card or number, tied twice more. No order/confirmation number. Did not process the order.
Had a feeling to check with the bank. Sure enough, charged 3 different times! Contacted Customer Service. They have NO record of order/no solutions.
Will let the Bank and Attorney General of our state get involved!

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