This has got to be one of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to electric shavers. And it makes perfect sense—after all most men that went for an electric razor did so due to the discomfort caused by shaving with a blade. We take an in depth look at these shavers in our definitive, real-world guide.Read full article
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Choosing an electric razor is not as straight forward as one might think. An often overlooked, but vital aspect is the fact that there isn't a perfect shaver, but one that is right for you and suitable to your particular needs.
Deciding which electric razor to buy is a very personal matter. What may work best for someone won't necessarilly work for you.
Things to consider
- coarseness of the hair
- skin sensitivity
- closeness of the shave
- ease of cleaning and maintenance
- cost and availability of replacement parts
- budget, purchase price and running costs
- versatility, ergonomics and quietness
- … to name just a few.
A straight answer simply can't encompass all of these aspects. And this is where we step in. In our Electric Shaver Reviews we try our best to help you narrow down your options by taking into account all the critical aspects that make a certain razor the right choice for you. In the Articles & Guides section you'll also find in-depth information covering all the important aspects of electric shaving, from tips & tricks to news.
Switching to electric shaving can offer quite a few benefits — convenience and comfort being among the most compelling ones. Electric razors, as you probably know, come in two flavors: foil and rotary. Personal preference aside, there are some specific advantages to using one or the other. In this article I’ll go over what I consider to […]Read full article
Shaving the neck with an electric shaver deserves its own topic in my opinion. One of the things that makes shaving a real chore for many men almost always has something to do with it. As a former wet shaver I can recall it was literally a pain to shave my neck. Switching to electric […]Read full article
Having coarse, thick facial hair can be a good thing. You can grow a majestic beard and even after one or two days of growth it won’t look patchy as the facial hair of a high-school boy that just hit puberty. But this is pretty much where the good parts end. As you can see, […]Read full article