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Stubble Buddy

Stubble Buddy is the game-changing beard and manscaping vacuum tool to clean up your hair trimmings after you trim your beard or down below. Don't Get In Stubble Trouble! 

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Stubble Buddy is the game-changing beard and manscaping cleaning vacuum tool to keep your hair trimmings from being a total mess after you trim your beard (sideburns, mustache, goatee, hair) or privates down below. This new, best-in-class grooming tool will no doubt be your best buddy to keep your bathroom and relationships in order!

Stubble Buddy quietly vacuums beard hair and hair clippings in seconds, so there is no more beard mess. Cleaning up your beard and manscaping trimmings will never be the same. No more clogged drains, no more beard bibs, wasted tissues, or angry spicy senoritas! 

Pro Tip: The Stubble Buddy is most effective on dry and flat surfaces. If the counter/sink/floor is wet or too weird shaped just like with any vacuum it will be harder to suck up.

Beards are cool, gents, but beard hair left in your sink or on the countertop will not win you any favors with anyone. If you want to have a healthy relationship with your spicy senorita, partner, or roommate, you have got to clean up your beard after trimming.

Stubble Buddy is the perfect and easy answer, and no joke, it is literally a relationship-saver... Don't Get In Stubble Trouble!


Q: What's the best way to use the Stubble Buddy?

A: We recommend using the Stubble Buddy on a dry surface (sink/floor/tub/counter etc.) for peak performance. It is also most effective on flat surfaces.  Don't go for big clumps of hair, as it is designed for smaller trimmings. Clean & empty the Stubble Buddy regularly to ensure it's working optimally every time.  

Q: Does Stubble Buddy need batteries, and what is the best way to charge it?

A: NO BATTERIES NEEDED! The Stubble Buddy is USB rechargeable. Just plug it in and let it go. One full charge can last up to 3 months.

Q: I wet shave with a shaving razor, so my hair and sink will be wet. Will the Stubble Buddy work?

A: We do not recommend using it on a wet surface. Use an electric trimmer or any tool over a dry surface for best results, then grab the Stubble Buddy.

Q: If I grow my beard out, then use a trimmer to cut it short every month or so, will The Stubble Buddy pick up that much hair?

A: The Stubble Buddy is designed to pick up regular maintenance hair trimmings. It will work on larger hair clumps but may require emptying it once or twice depending on the amount of hair. Very large clumps may also clog the brushes. We recommend picking up & throwing out clumps prior to using the Stubble Buddy for hard-to-clean trimmings! 

Q: How do I know if the Stubble Buddy is full?

A: We recommend emptying the Stubble Buddy after each use. If it is too full, it will not vacuum and make a higher pitched noise. Simply empty the collection tray into the trash and vacuum away again!

Stubble Buddy @ a Glance: 

  • SPEEDY CLEAN UP: Clean up hair trimmings and beard stubble that comes from your trimmer or razor in seconds.
  • SLICK DESIGN: Small enough to keep in your bathroom drawer when not in use and fits in the palm of your hand.
  • TAKE OUT THE TRASH: Emptying and cleaning are a breeze. Simply open the bottom, empty the hair into the garbage and click it back together.
  • USB RECHARGEABLE: Compact USB rechargeable with Lithium battery makes for easy charging.
  • DOESN'T SCRATCH SURFACES: Will not scratch countertops, sinks or floors.
  • QUIET HOURS: Capture nozzle picks up stubble with ease and does it super quietly too.

  • Basic Specs:

    Size: 3.1 x 3.1 x 2.4 inches

    Color: Black

    Voltage: 3 Volts

    Motor: Up To 9000 RPM

    Power: USB Rechargeable

    Charge Time: 2 Hours

    Working Time: 40 Minutes

    Directions: Ideally, make sure the counter/surface is dry and flat so hair is easy to vacuum. Turn on, and vacuum over the beard hair/mustache/sideburns and manscape trimmings. Make sure the hair isn't too long or thick. Empty and do it again!

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