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Best Electric Shavers

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by fssberson, Sep 6, 2011.

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  1. fssberson

    fssberson Active Member

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    Any recommnedations for men's electric shavers?? Fred
     
  2. FIB

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    I've had both Norelco and Braun and prefer Norelco. Make sure and buy a Holland manufactured Norelco and not a Chinese made model though JMO.
     
  3. Hal1225

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    I used Schick injector chromium blades, but they stopped making them. My skin is very sensitive so I got used to using the "cheap model Norelco" sold at Walmart.
    Before the switch broke I used one made in Holland.

    Harry
     
  4. Johnny

    Johnny Well-Known Member

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    Used a Norelco for years until I tried my wife's triple blade disposable. I use it in the shower, no need for shaving cream. I will never go back to an electric. save your money.
     
  5. Leo

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    I used a good model Norelco for 10 or 12 years before it broke down. I bought another just like it. The price had doubled, but if this one lasts the same time, I'll still be happy.
     
  6. Hauxfan

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    Norelco, hands down!

    Hauxfan!
     
  7. Rick Barker

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    Braum

    I have had Nelrco, Remington and Braum.

    Best shave, do not break down.

    On my second one which I bought only because they quit making the replacement heads for the first one I bought. Been over 10 years on the current recharable with the washing unit.
     
  8. fssberson

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    Thanks guys. I am currently debating about replacing my Braun. I normally will use the Schick 4 blade, but when traveling or need a quick shave, I enjoy the convenience of an electric. Any one use a Panasonic?? Fred
     
  9. 391 shooter

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    I have been using the Norelco for over 35 years, I am on my second one. I have been using the second one for 6 years no problem.

    My first one still works fine but the new head design on the last one is much better and I can rinse with water after I use it.
     
  10. k-gunguy

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    I use a Panasonic wet/dry,its amazing,and the closest shave ever
    GAZ
     
  11. Hooked

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    Really like the Panasonic shavers. Super close shave, works wet or dry and easy to clean.

    Brian
     
  12. tracyhunter

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    looking at a 682 super trap. anyone have one or know of any problems?he is asking $1450.00.
     
  13. jbifulco

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    Ive got to chime in for the Panasonic. I have used Braun, Remington and Norelco. The Panasonic is the best shave for me by far. They are expensive but worth it. It's the closest to a blade that I have found.

    Foe what it's worth I am shaving my face and head with it daily, no irritation, and it is super close and quick.

    Joe
     
  14. merlynstrapguns

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    My kids got me the new Super-Norelco for Christmas last year.($225.00+) Very comfortable, and I use the old (10 plus years) Norelco "brush-buster" to finish up with -- pretty disappointing. A $35.00 job, 10 years old gives a closer (sure, it pulls a few out and will bite your skin) shave.............merlyn
     
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