I had an older model (EP-7030) which lasted for years with very satisfied results. The shaver head deteriorated after only a few uses despite very gentle use, but the epilator didn't miss a beat. It charged fairly quickly and held a charge. The unit was easy to clean, used often and lasted for 3 years before the head stopped rotating. It was too much of a challenge to find a replacement head.
Served it's purpose but didn't last 18 months
Worked well on facial hair and fine blonde hair on hands. I was too much of a whimp to use it on thicker hairs like legs and bikini. The shaver attachment also worked OK, nothing to rave about as it's actually quicker to use a razor. My disappointment lies in the fact it didn't last even 18 months and stopped working (I think the motor burnt out, as the handle got hot and there was a burnt smell around the switch area).
My old Remington epilator stopped working so thought I would buy another Remington as I've had 2 of another model and was very happy with them.
My new model, ep7036au, takes ages to do my legs, having to go over the same area several times and not as gentle on the bikini line as my last. Also my last epilator could be used either with the cord or cordless which was very handy and no worries about running out of battery but still had the flexibility of cordless if need be. The head is too small and I feel the guard around the tweezers isn't qu...
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