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#46 scorpie

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Posted 04 September 2014 - 03:15

I just changed my shaver to an electric model too and I used Braun. I chose it because it's a big name in personal care product.




#47 +warwagon

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Posted 04 September 2014 - 03:52

I think best electric shaving is an oxy morn.



#48 tim_s

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Posted 05 September 2014 - 03:49

Hi,

I used Mach-5 for countless years and with my hyper-sensitive skin, it would "burn". I once read a post on Neowin regarding dual blades or cut throat blades. I was so impressed with the findings and sensible comments I bought all my groomsmen for my wedding the very suggestions made in the post.

I used the dual blade system for the past 2 years until I had to moved in a rush because our landlord needed his place back immediately and in the chaotic packing *temporarily* lost my shaver.

Now, the dual shaver was not cheap but the running costs is so little. I felt I could use the money to get a decent wet / dry electric shaver. I purchased a highly recommended razor from "personal edge" by Philips.

The use was great, easy and *safe* but it would *eat* my neck. This was annoying and even after a month, the situation was still occurring.

.. The moment I found my dual blade - I knew this was the best shave a man could get.

#49 scorpie

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Posted 05 September 2014 - 10:33

There're too many shavers on the market. It's better if select from top models like http://www.apartment...b-review-178587 and http://www.bestselli...Electric-Razor/