The Goatee Saver Review

The Goatee Saver Review

If you have a goatee, chances are it has happened to you.  You wake up from a less than stellar night of slumber, drag yourself in front in front of the mirror, lather your face up with shaving cream and begin to shave.  Then it happens.  You notice a slight irregularity in the shape of your goatee and decide it needs fixing.  Except when you try to even it out it just becomes worse.  Now you decide you’ll have to fix the other side.

The process repeats itself until you end up with a freshly shaven face because you were forced to shave the whole thing off.  You spend a few weeks growing your goatee back but eventually this happens again.

How can you avoid this common goatee accident from occurring you ask?  The Goatee Saver is here to save the day.  Or the beard at the very least.

There’s a saying that goes something like “don’t laugh until you try it.”  I feel the need to preface this review with it because admittedly the Goatee Saver looks a little funny.  That is, until you use it and wonder why it took you so long to do so.

The Goatee Saver is made from durable plastic and features chrome plated turnbuckles with screws to hold them securely in place.  It’s built to last.  While it feels strong, when on your face it’s not heavy and not uncomfortable to wear.

To use the device you simply adjust the turnbuckles so that the Goatee Saver widens or shrinks to fit the overall shape of your personal goatee.  Then you lather up and place the device on your face and hold it there by biting down on the rubber mouth piece located inside.  The mouth piece can also be adjusted for fit.

The Goatee Saver Review

The Goatee Saver acts as a template and stops your razor from reaching your goatee.  You simply shave as you normally do.  It works with any type of razor, even electric ones and is meant to be used with shaving cream.

They do recommend that you trim your goatee as short as possible the first time you use the Goatee Saver. This allows for an easier tine getting your goatee even.  After your first time, you do not need to trim your goatee unless you desire to wear your goatee shorter.

The Goatee Saver Review

After shaving clean up is a breeze.  Because the Goatee Saver is made from durable plastic it can be cleaned by simply running it under warm water.

I found that not only does the Goatee Saver preserve my straight and even goatee it actually saves me time in the morning.  You can shave faster and more confidently knowing that your goatee is safe and will have the exact shape you desire.

I’ve even had a few friends who don’t know I use it ask me “how do you keep your goatee so straight?”  They tell me they’ve tried to grow goatees in the past, but always end up having to shave them off because they can’t manage to keep them straight.  I tell them of course to check out the Goatee Saver.

So while you might get some strange looks from family members who spot you in front of the mirror with it on, or by friends at the gym, the Goatee Saver does its job and does it well.  You might just want to use it only at home.

The Goatee Saver can be ordered directly from the manufacturer’s web site.

MSRP: $19.99

What I Like: Speeds up shaving time, keeps goatee in perfect shape.

What Needs Improvement: Makes you look a little like Hannibal Lector.

About the Author

I have always had a passion for gear and gadgets. It all started for me with the release of the very first Palm Pilot. I've always had an interest in handheld electronics. From handheld PDAs, to cell phones, Mp3 players, watches and other products, I'm the first person my friends, family and colleagues call when they need advice on tech. I have roots in the online tech. forum community. I served as the Administrator to Howard and as a Moderator at both Treo and Blackberry Under the screen name “lgreenberg” I've amassed 50,000+ postings. I also manage my own YouTube channel under the user name larrygreenberg. I'm always eager to help.
  • “Makes you look a little like Hannibal Lector.”

    That was exactly what I thought! Hilarious!

  • Hmmm…thinking Kevin might need one of these. 😉

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  • clingeek

    Really cool idea. One problem is that if you look at Mark (with the babe on his arm), he has further trimmed his goatee between his lips and chin. This is really hard to do unless you have a small specialized razor to do this. And it is REALLY difficult to make this even (yes I have tried this). Anyway, thanks for covering this. Maybe there are other ideas out there. Hey, a guy can only do so much to stay neat and trimmed!

  • Larry Greenberg

    @clingeek – I use the Schick Quattro Titanium Trimmer. It has a regular razor on one end and a battery powered trimmer with guard on the other.

  • Larry that’s a video of you, right?

  • Larry Greenberg

    @Wayne – HA! Yeah right. 🙂

  • Joel McLaughlin

    My wife wouldn’t like me in a Goatee. I love the idea though!

    As for shaving, I am a blade shaver too and I love my Gillette Fusion. One would think that 5 blades is overkill, but my shave is MUCH better with a Fusion than a Mach 3.

  • Sonny

    “he has further trimmed his goatee between his lips and chin”

    Mine grows like that, no trimming required.

    I ordered one to try out. It looks silly but…

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