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Best Electric Razor

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Charlie Becknell, Oct 19, 2011.

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  1. Charlie Becknell

    Charlie Becknell Well-Known Member

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    I have decided to go electric. What is your favorite electric shaver?
     
  2. blkcloud

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    Norelco, tried Remingtons and Brauns. none come close to the 3 disc Norelcos
     
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    Have used Norelco since I was a teenager. I still have my original Norelco somewhere. Love the new 3 headed ones that are waterproof.

    My son uses a Braun and likes it. I use a Braun when I travel - battery powered. Very convenient.

    I think an electric is a personal choice, kind of like a trap gun. Only bad thing is you can't 'try' before you buy.

    Gene Batchelar
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  4. Allen-MX8

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    I have used a Braun for several years now and have been very pleased with it.

    Allen
     
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    Norelco 1280X. Holds 60 min. charge and very easy to clean.
     
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    There was a thread on this a while back. Seems like Norelco was the top choice. I have had Norelco for years.

    ctreay
     
  7. Tugboat

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    Norelco for many years....
     
  8. quartering

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    motorola is reintroducing the razr to compete with the iphone: the iphone is no. 1, the razr was no. 1. should be interesting. anyway, electric razors are hot. it's something you have to get use to. plus you'll have to use a pre shave to, all jokes aside, lubricate and make your beard stand up. good luck with it
     
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    Take a look at the Panasonic razors. Rated very highly on Amazon.

    Dave
     
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    If I start shaving It will be with a norelco,when I'm old enough,MX*Dave
     
  11. Charlie Becknell

    Charlie Becknell Well-Known Member

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    It seems Norelco is the chosen type. Is there a particular type, I am a electric neophyte.
     
  12. mrskeet410

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    Beard or legs?
     
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    Twostraight,

    Very clever.
     
  14. mrskeet410

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    There was an old farm lady that lived outside of town that liked Schick. She got a Lady Schick for Christmas one year. At first she didn't know what to do with it, but then she learned it worked great to get the pin feathers and fuzz off of chickens after she plucked them.

    She thought it worked so well she wrote a letter to Schick telling how great it was for that purpose and suggested they start selling a dedicated Chicken Schick.
     
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    Braun but will buy a Motorola Razor as soon as they become available. They are very thin.

    blade819
     
  16. Dickgshot

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    The least expensive battery operated Norelco is about $40 and they work just fine. Very comfortable and you don't need any pre-shaving lotion or anything else.
     
  17. Charlie Becknell

    Charlie Becknell Well-Known Member

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    So far, beard. If it will hep me hit left angles I will shave whatever. I wear a reverse Mohawk, long on the sides, nothing on top.
     
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