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Men's Electric Shavers

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Remington Rapid Cut HC4250AU

Latest review: bought it from shavershop. was looking at the VS crewcut and thought it would only work on perfect round head otherwise it will leave patches. bought the remington and had my first haircut in the


Braun Series 7

Latest review: I have for the last 40 years used a variety of wet shavers (my favourite remains my ancient Gullette Fat Boy DE safety razor from 1958 - so it's four years older than me and still working well) and


Braun Series 9

Latest review: Ok, a 2 day growth and my 9000 Series Philips struggling. I use Shaving Oil and thinking that perhaps its time to change the rotary blades after 2 years. Was advised it was $129 for replacement.


Braun Series 5

Latest review: This shaver has a feel of solid quality in the hand. The motor feels and sounds powerful, and has a stronger vibration than my previous shaver, a Philips rotary. The stronger vibration takes a little


Panasonic 5-Blade Wet/Dry

Latest review: This is by far the worst electric shaver I have ever bought. Leaves lots of individual hair unshaven on my chin especially stubborn white hair. Even going over the same place several times in


Braun Series 3

Latest review: The only way I could get any sort of fair shave was by first using the hair trimmer even then it was marginal otherwise quite useless so I just abandoned it and went back to an old shaver. One is


Remington Durablade Pro MB061AU

Latest review: I bought this shaver because I was sucked in by the clever marketing. It doesn't actually work well at all, it literally jams up and rips out the hair, I have to allow at least 30mins to shave in the


Philips AquaTouch S5050

Latest review: I have had several Philips rotary shavers over the last 50+ years, this one I am sad to say is a lemon. The S5050 replaced my previous 5000 series, so to compare: The cutters are about the same size,


Philips Series 9000 SensoTouch

Latest review: Have owned 3 phillips shavers over 40 years and find the replacement cost of the shaver head disgustingly expensive. My shaver has stopped charging and I am faced with buying a replacement shaver. I


Philips Shaver Series 7000

Latest review: I agree with the comment that the newer the razor the poorer the quality . in saying that I still enjoy using the phillips SensoTouch 3d its a pity that the heads are so expensive to replace


Panasonic ES4029

Latest review: I have had two of this model and cannot see why it gets such negative reviews. The only drawback is the cost of replacement foils (as much as a new shaver). Shaver Shop recommended the ES-ST29 as


Philips Shaver Series 1000

Latest review: After a full charge should be able to shave 10-13 times. It’s better than the shaver that I bought before, Relatively clean-shaven. Cleaning is also very convenient.--------------no more words e


Philips Shaver Series 5000

Latest review: After many years of using cartridge blade razors with shave oil, and with an extended overseas holiday coming up, I thought I'd treat myself to a battery-operated travel shaver. I've always had


Wahl WA8481-012

Latest review: Several new cordless hair clippers have arrived in the last two years. Wahl 6000 cc is one such clipper. It is in black, and it is very stylish. It is powered by a lithium ion battery which gives the


Panasonic ES-LF51-S841 / ES-LF71-K841

Latest review: Except for one year where I briefly tried a German brand shaver (gave no end of trouble with foils needing to be replaced often, and then failed completely just out of warranty), I have used upper


Philips S9000 Prestige SB9860/13

Latest review: After almost 3 months of use, I am very confident to recommend this shaver. I used Braun Series 9 for a while before, personally I choose Philips S9000 Prestige one with 4 clear points: 1. Braun


Philips SW7700/67

Latest review: Best shaver i've had so far. NO SKIN IRRITATION!!!! easy to use, does exactly what its made to do. Cannot fault this product. Even bought another one to leave at partner's place for when i am


Prince (Aldi) Maximum 2

Latest review: Over my many years I have tried all types and most brands of Razors. From the electric where you tend to rub your whiskers off, rather than cut them, to the multi swivel, follow the contour of your


Phillips SW9700/67

Latest review: Great product to have.. I leave mine in the car for times when I'm in a rush. (Shave on every red light lol) Easy to clean, gives a nice clean shave. Battery lasts a long time so you'll get


Gillette Fusion Proglide Styler

Latest review: I liked that its water proof and very powerful. It came with a fusion blade which I consider useless as the trimmer would be only a holder stick for the blade, if you have the original fusion


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