"I ate giant saucy lamb balls last night. They were good at first, then a lot less good. The waiter was nice though, he put lapkins in our laps personally. My brother said it was kind of creepy but I found it mildly enjoyable." - Glip the Gnome
Father's Day is rolling around and I think I want an electric shaver this year.
I've seen some reviews from pricegrabber but I'd like to hear what some of you guys have used.
I hate shaving, I get irritated pretty easily around my neck, and my mach 3 cuts the hell out of me most of the time, so I need to try something else out.
Thanks guys, and an early Happy Father's day to you
i've got the self cleaning braun synchro (i think thats the name) anyways, it cleans well, works fine, and i'm yet to really have any complaints...it does what its supposed to, shave my face, and i usually dont think twice about it
Nothing like a razor imo. Of course I use to never say that cause of the same reason you said, it cut the hell outa my face bleed like no tommorow and razor burn. But I finally figure out what my problem was, it wasnt the razor but the shaving cream or gel that I used. Before I used generic whatever the cheapest gel i could find. Then I upraded to that neutragena shaving gel one of the more expensive version, and never had any problems after that.
I'd give that a try first imo, I tried electric never really did its job. Though reading reviews and what not, If I went back to electric I'd choose what the above poster said the self cleaning one always has great reviews.
No pleasure, no rapture, no exquisite sin greater... than central air. -Dogma
When I first saw the M3 Power I figured it was a huge gimmick. My father got me one saying he now swears by it and, who would believe, he's right. For all those people using Mach 3's, get the power. You will NOT regret it.
I use a high end Philips, and my dad has a high end Braun (the self cleaning, everything package). While my Philips isn't bad, next time I'm going for the Braun, it's so unbelievably good.
Remember, if you are going to buy an electric one, put the cash into it. A $50 electric razor is useless. You need a $200+ usually to be able to stand up to a normal razor. As mentioned, the high end Brauns are amazing.
(Looking at that link it looks like Philips razors are called Norelco in the US)