Leave it to one of TV's most impressive 'staches to come up with the perfect comb. The Offerman Woodshop Mustache Comb ($75) get their name from Nick Offerman — also known as Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, and are hand carved out of various exotic and local woods, with a non-toxic finish. Just the thing for keeping your Movember growth in check.
If you're both a) serious about grooming and b) flush with cash but c) don't live near a proper barber shop, then The Art of Shaving Power Shave Collection ($400-$450) is for you. This incredibly stylish set includes a first-of-its-kind brush, featuring either pure or fine badger hair, that uses powered oscillations designed to lift the beard and produce a rich lather, helping the weighted, powered, spotlight-boasting razor to shave that much closer. Polished chrome and black lacquered accents abound on the brush, razor, and included stand, making it one of the most impressive grooming sets we've seen.
When you think about it, changing tiny plastic combs out just to try and get your facial hair the right length is pretty archaic. The Remington Touch Control Beard & Stubble Trimmer ($50) does away with this concept for good by giving you control of an LED touchscreen, offering up 175 different lengths from 0.4mm to 18.0mm, or a wide enough range to handle nearly every style, from standard stubble to a moderate moustache.