Christmas Gift Guide 2016: 12 gadget grooming gifts

Finely trimmed treats for your beardy buddies

"Something for the weekend, sir?" Well, Christmas, actually - but if it's grooming goodies that you're looking for, we've got the beardy details.

While not everyone in the Stuff office is blessed with a fullsome chin covering (some of us can but dream), we all know that there's nothing nicer than a body well-groomed.

Between scrubbing, shaving, trimming and moisturising, there's plenty of opportunity for some nifty gift selection.

Peruse the plethora of sharp-edged options below and you ought to find just the right blade for your bristle.

Oral-B Genius 9000 Toothbrush (£139)

We have smart phones, smart TVs and even smart toasters. All, though, pale in comparison to this toothbrush from Oral-B - a genius of oral hygeine. Literally: it's in the name.

As well as keeping your gnashers pearly white, it'll talk to your phone via the Oral-B app. Communicating via Bluetooth, it offers feedback on your brushing technique. Who needs a dentist?

Buy the Oral-B Genius 9000 White Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush here

Philips OneBlade QP2530 (from £35)

Know someone in possession of a majestic beard, without the readies to fork out on multiple gadgets? Gift them this nifty shaving all-rounder and watch them enter a world of chin topiary.

Able to trim, edge and shave with aplomb, Philips' OneBlade is truly the Daley Thompson of the grooming world. OK, so it might not do as well at track and field, but it can handle all sorts of styles without complaint.

Buy the Philips OneBlade here

Simplehuman Sensor Mirror (£159)

Imagine a camera filter that hides every blemish and flaw on your fine face. This mirror does the exact opposite.

Recoil, as its 600 Lux LED setup illuminates your visage as if in natural sunlight. Sure, you'll see your warts and all, but at least you'll know about them before venturing outside (or not, as the case may be). Multi-sense tech means it'll adjust the light as your face approaches, too.

Buy the Simplehuman Sensor Mirror here

DYSON Supersonic Hair Dryer (£300)

"Vacuum my hair? You've got to be joking!"

Well, it might work... Anyway, no, this isn't a glorified Hoover for your hair. Instead, having mastered the art of sucking air, Dyson has moved on to blowing it.

If you're sporting a seasonal mop to keep out the cold winter chill, the Supersonic's 110,000 RPM motor ought to do the drying job deftly indeed.

Buy the DYSON Supersonic Hair Dryer here