The SS Trinity I is made by a company called Skull Shaver. This is there newest model that came out in March of 2015. You will be able to use this daily with no nicks or cuts. It will not be as close as a razor but works great. Let’s get into our review below to find out about the features.
They are also responsible for another extremely popular model that is newer with 5 rotary blades called the Bald Eagle Shaver. This is the model you actually want to go with at this point in time.
Read my review on the 5 blade Bald Eagle Smart Shaver Here.
When looking for an electric shaver for getting a close shave for the head, there are shavers around that have been designed specifically for the head and body which are different to just a regular shaver for the face as they are easier to use on the more tricky angles of the head and, make the shaving process easier, quicker and more comfortable.
The main benefit of using an electric razor is that there is less chance of having to suffer getting nicks, cuts or ingrown hairs because electric shavers roll up the skin making the hairs stand up before they cut the hair so that irritation is minimized, and there is no need to keep going over the same area too many times.
A 2017 Review of the SS Trinity
The SS Trinity is a popular choice among bald men looking for an electric head shaver. It has been designed to shave the head, body and also facial hair, the shaver has a patented design to reach the back of the head and other hard to reach areas of the body as it features a large flexing and swirling head.
It has three rotary cutters so that larger areas of the body or head can get a close and much faster shave, double super thin heads which automatically adjust to every curve of the scalp or face.
The SS Trinity shaver can be used for dry shaving or also wet shaving depending on what you prefer, either way the shave will be comfortable and done with ease, and without cuts or nicks, when using the SS Trinity for wet shaving.
It is best to use a shaving foam rather than a shaving gel as it can be sticky and oily which isn’t good news for the shaver, as it can cause the delicate shaver heads to jam.
The SS Trinity is also not intended to be used in the shower or bathtub.
The shaver gives you up to 90 minutes of cordless shaving time from each charge which should give you ample time to complete most of your shaving needs, to charge the shaver fully will take about two and a half hours, the SS Trinity features a Li-ion battery to give a high energy and efficient performance, and to let you know if the battery is getting low, there is an LED display battery level indicator showing five level battery indicator.
Using the SS Trinity
The shaver is very user friendly and comfortable to hold while shaving without the hand becoming fatigued whatever motions you choose to do, the reason it is so comfortable to use is that it is held in the palm of the hand to lay flat on the head rather than having to grip a handle shape while going over the head or face, so if you have problems with the grip of your hand, the SS Trinity will feel much easier, and it is also light to hold.
The design also makes it much easier to get to the back of your head or neck which can be quite tricky, and enable you to get closer to the skin to cut the hair for a smooth shave, while not irritating the skin, even if your skin is sensitive, however close you take it, it couldn’t really be easier, just using circular motions until the areas with the hair are nice and smooth.
Hundreds of customers who have bought the SS Trinity, most have given it a very high star review which is quite impressive, some comments have been about how light the shaver is and easy to use, customers have said that after using other shavers, this is very comfortable to use, putting less stress on the hand and wrist, and gives a close shave without irritating the skin. The LCD display is very handy to let you see how much battery power you have left before it needs charging again, and is very easy to clean, most customers have been very pleased with the SS Trinity.