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Conair iStubble Facial Trimmer

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I-Stubble - Standard
  • Advanced blade technology with unique floating contoured head - Can be used on beards, mustaches, and goatees
  • Electronic motorized length control
  • Dual battery system
  • LCD display
  • Ergonomic design keeps your hand comfortable
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Product Description

Style: I-Stubble - Standard

This is the GMT900 Facial Trimmer

Conair GMT900 iStubble Facial Hair Trimmer

The iStubble: Changing the way you trim facial hair

Popular styles change seemingly everyday. What's "in" today might be laughable tomorrow. One constant that most men can't avoid is facial hair. Conair introduces its iStubble Facial Hair Trimmer that has what it takes to maintain and style your facial hair with ease.

Maintain your look with the next generation in stubble control technology

The iStubble's 15 ultra-precise length settings allow you to maintain your preferred facial hair style at all times. Create precise beards, mustaches, goatees and many more with this unique and versatile trimmer.

Precision and ease in one trimmer

Its floating, contoured head tracks the curves of your face for exceptional accuracy and comfort. Avoid those nicks that other facial trimmers produce and give your face the treatment it deserves.

Create styles you couldn't create with your old trimmer

The GMT900 has electronic motorized length control that gives you precise adjustment from 0.4mm-5mm. Whether you're looking for a short shadow look, a longer stubble look, or even a short beard, this trimmer is the ultimate in stubble control.

Image of a man using the GMT900
Features that make trimming easy and comfortable

It has a dual battery system for extra battery life and a rapid charge charging system that gives your trimmer full power quickly and easily. In combination with the iStubble's ergonomic design, the dual battery system makes prolonged use of the GMT900 comfortable.

Even more features that make the GMT900 awesome

It's cordless, so don't worry about tangled power cords getting in the way of your styling. And visibly see what settings you working with on the GMT900 with the crystal clear LCD display.

Image of the motion of the head of the GMT900

So create new styles or maintain your own with the next generation in stubble control technology: Conair GMT900 iStubble Facial Hair Trimmer.

Product Details

Style Name: I-Stubble - Standard
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 7.2 x 11 inches ; 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004PXIR1W
  • UPC: 777785651849 132017602158 074108245939 763615874144
  • Item model number: GMT900
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (475 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,787 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

A call to Conair Customer Care couldn't resolve the issue and they said to return product.
Leon M. Guidry
I researched a LOT of "stubble" type of beard shavers that would give that perfect scruff, 5 o'clock shadow look.
I do like that you can adjust the blade height setting to the desired length you want your beard stubble to be.
Thomas H. Jones

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

111 of 120 people found the following review helpful By dray83 on June 12, 2012
Style Name: I-Stubble - Standard
Let me first start off by saying I've read the biggest portion of the reviews for this trimmer here on Amazon. And while most reviews were positive, there were quite a few negative as well. So, I didn't know whether I should invest alot of money into yet ANOTHER trimmer that wouldn't work as well as it is marketed to be.
I've tried alot of name brand trimmers to try and get the "stubble" look that kinda looks like a five o'clock shadow and most trimmers do not work at properly capturing that specific look. I used a cheap Conair trimmer years ago and was disappointed, expecting this Conair trimmer to be no different.

I've only used this trimmer once, but, what I can tell is alot initially;

1}The i-stubble has a great setup. It has the attachment comb on the trimmer which also has adjustable lengths for up & down right above the power button. With this, you can go from 0.4 to 5.0. This is great for people with different styles of facial hair. You can be longer length at 5.0 or short as you can get with 0.4, which is basically the above mentioned "stubble" or "five o'clock shadow" look. You can even unattach the attachment comb and flip it back and go even closer if you are wanting the one-day stubble look[which is what I did to see how close it would go]. If you wanted shorter than that, you'd have to involve a razor and cream. Which should tell ya alot about how close you get.

2}Most negative reviews were complaints about the guide comb not being secure enough or not getting problematic areas[such as under the lip, soul patch, etc]. I can tell you this was not the case for me.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Cory L. Parker on July 4, 2012
Style Name: I-Stubble - Standard Verified Purchase
I was skeptical when I bought this. A product that allows you to not take metal to your face and gives you a 5o'clock shadow? Well it does, does everything it says an with ease. I have used virtually ever ele tric razor/trimmer on the market and had finally given ino manual shaving for the past year until this gem came into my house.
It cuts your stubble to "shadow length" if preferred, and cuts it effortlessly. Easy to use, easy to clean, great price, great buy.
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Style Name: I-Stubble - Standard Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
There is a lot of discussion about the comb part - you have to unsnap it & fold it back to get a close stubble shave (like the guy in the ad). You should know, the comb part isn't really meant to fold like that on a regular basis. Half the time, the blade part falls out (hopefully it lands on the floor or in the sink, not into the toilet or something like that!)

Then, and after about 30 uses (less than one year), the comb part snapped & broke completely. It's pretty thin to start with. It can't easily be replaced, and now the *only* thing I can use it for is close shave (you can't adjust it *at all* without the comb). I stick with my original assessment: This model has multiple problems. I knock my original review down from a 3-star to a 2-star.


I thought this would be a fully adjustable trimmer. It's very cool looking, with digital programmable adjustable length (from .4 mm to 5 mm). Trimmer functions great out the box, & very cool-looking.

But it doesn't replace *anything* in my medicine cabinet because the "comb" is not functional. I still have to keep my other trimmer for upper lip, sideburns, neckline, eyebrows, etc.

The head is just too big. With the comb feature, you can't get stubble as short as in the video (which is a bit misleading). His stubble is 0.2 to 0.3 mm ... to get that close, you need to flip back the comb head, and trim with just the metal blades against the skin - much like using Wahl Hair Clippers (or similar) to shave, without the guard.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Michael on July 12, 2013
Style Name: I-Stubble - Standard Verified Purchase
You've already spent way too much time online, reading reviews and forums trying to find the perfect trimmer. Like Jimmy Hoffa's body - it doesn't exist. This product is pretty good though. It helps you cut your stubble down to various lengths. It lights up and makes cool mechanical sounds as you adjust it. And it's seriously quite stellar at spewing those trimmed whiskers into the furthest reaches of your bathroom. With the competition, you'd have to go over the same area four or five times, then shake the trimmer like a martini to get the same effect. With the GMT900, one pass... maybe two and your done. (And why didn't they name this the GMT9 THOUSAND?! talk about a lost marketing opportunity!)

I digress. Some will criticize it's inability to trim below your nose. Sure, with the guard in place - you'll be left looking like Hitler. Just bend that puppy back into it's "relaxed position", and you can carefully trim in those confined spaces. It's not like you need a surgeon's hand when trimming without the guard, but those with over caffeinated nervous systems should take pause.

This trimmer let me down in a couple of ways. Ways which led me to quarantine myself from society until my facial hair grew back. The first was when I attempted to trim my sideburns. I'm thinking... hey, I'll just keep on mowing upwards until I feel/hear the extra resistance. When I hit my eyebrow, I knew I had made a grave mistake. Following that - I decide that it's time to shape my goatee. Look - we aren't talking Tony Stark here, I just don't appreciate looking like a fat gerbil sat on my face and died. I'll just bend this here guard back, hit my line, and shave upwards. I mean, that's they way I do it with my old trimmer, and it works great - clean, sharp lines.
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