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What is the Best Nose Hair Trimmer?

Updated on July 9, 2014

There are many different nose hair trimmers in today’s market that all claim to be the best. Hunting online, reading reviews and along with the different prices and features choosing the best nose hair trimmer can often be a challenge as well as a daunting task.

All of the nose hair trimmers all have one goal in mind and that is to easily and efficiently remove the unwanted hair from your nose. I bet you’ve tried using scissor, unfortunately they just don’t cut it (pun intended) when it comes to cutting those ugly nose hairs short enough so they cannot be seen.

As with any of the best grooming products out there each have their pros and cons and some brands are better than others when it come to male grooming. A quick search in Amazon for example will return hundreds of results, so how can you determine exactly which is the best nose hair trimmer for your needs?

 using scissors just doesn't "cut it"
using scissors just doesn't "cut it"

Best Nose Hair Trimmer - My Top Picks

Well in this hub I have pulled out the best nose hair trimmers money can buy to help you decide on your next grooming appliance. There are a few key features you should look for when making your nose trimmer purchase and hopefully in this hub I will be able to steer you in the right direction.

Panasonic ER-GN30-K Nose Trimmer
Panasonic ER-GN30-K Nose Trimmer

The Panasonic ER-GN30-K Nose Trimmer

The Panasonic ER-GN30-K Nose Trimmer utilizes a rotary cutting system, which is faster and safer than using regular scissors. The dual blade design allow it to cut hairs for both the sides as well as the top, depending on how they enter the nose trimmer, which makes light work of those hard to reach nose hairs.

One of the great features of this nose trimmer is that the stainless steel blades have been designed to be hypoallergenic, which really helps to cuts down on the amount of sneezing these hair nose trimmers might cause.

Cleaning this nose hair trimmer really is a breeze all you have to do is submerge it in water and turn on and the water is pulled through the unit for a quick and easy clean.

Like most of the best nose hair trimmers the Panasonic ER-GN30-K it powered by a single AA battery, which lets you power the unit for around 90 minutes.

Panasonic ER 430 K In action

Philips Norelco NT9130 D-Finer Precision Trimmer
Philips Norelco NT9130 D-Finer Precision Trimmer

Philips Norelco NT9130 D-Finer Precision Trimmer

Phillips is renowned for manufacturing the best nose hair trimmer and hair trimmers in today’s market and the Philips Norelco NT9130 is one of the best and most affordable nose hair trimmers you could get.

When it comes to getting a bang for your buck the versatility of this nose hair trimmer is what truly sets it apart from the rest. The Philips Norelco NT9130 can be used to cut your nose hair, ear hair plus it can also be used to clean and tidy up your eyebrows and it also comes with an add-on attachment that can be used to style and clean up your goatee or beard.

The blades on this device are something that also set it apart from the rest of the nose trimmer competition. The supplied trimmer attachment for your nose, ear and eyebrows is extremely sharp and Philips has given their guarantee that your hair won’t be pulled out.

Groom Mate Platinum XL Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer
Groom Mate Platinum XL Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer

Groom Mate Platinum XL Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer

If you are looking for an American made best nose hair trimmer then look no further. The Groom Mate Platinum XL Nose Trimmer is made in the USA and the manufacturers are so confident in their product that they offer-up a lifetime warranty, meaning you will never need to buy another trimmer again.

What makes this into the top 3 best nose hair trimmers is the fact that it uses no batteries (yep you heard me right). To operate you simply turn the bottom of the trimmer, you’ll need to use two hands when using this nose trimmer but to be honest it’s not as hard as it sounds.

Personally I actually like to no power approach, I’ve lost count at how many times I have picked up my nose hair trimmer only to find that there is not power left in the batteries – with the Groom Mate Platinum XL Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer you never have to worry about dead batteries.

This nose trimmer is small and it can be stored practically anywhere, even in your top pocket or laptop bag.

For any man that travels a lot and needs to maintain their appearance this is by far the easiest and compact nose hair trimmer I've found, and without the need for batteries makes it the best nose trimmer for travelling.

Best Nose Hair Trimmer: What to Look For

The market for hair trimmers is full of lots of products that all claim to be the best at trimming unwanted hair from your nose, however few of these trimmers actually produce results each and every time.

So when it comes to choosing the best nose hair trimmer make sure you take on-board some of the below buying tips.

Type of Motor

Many people don’t realize that some nose trimmers utilized a rotary blade system while others use motors similar to those found in beard trimmers.

Each type of motor has its pros and cons when it comes to nose hair trimming and at the end of the day it all boils down to personal preference and to which nose hair trimmer motor is best for you.

Battery Life

The battery life of any gadget plays an important role in the buying process. The good news when it comes to buying a nose hair trimmer is that most are powered with AA or AAA batteries which are readily available in most shops and are pretty affordable too.

Most of the best nose hair trimmers will run for around 90 minutes using a single AA battery.

Attachments and Add-Ons

A lot of the nose trimmers in today’s market have the ability to trim more than just nose hair. Instead of buying multiple trimming tools you can pick up one trimmer that can do it all.


As with anything you purchase cost plays a big role in picking out the best trimmer for your nose. Typically you can pick up a great nose trimmer for around $20 with the higher end models that come with more bells and whistles retailing at $40 and more.


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      Lee Cloak 

      5 years ago

      Essential reading for any man, very useful very interesting hub, really well done, voted up , thanks, Lee


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