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This is a comprehensive Electric Shaver Comparison Chart showcasing our most recommended razors for 2022 (and more), neatly grouped into three categories: high-end, mid-range and entry-level.
The comparison outlines the key differences between these electric razors and, more importantly, when you should consider a particular shaver according to your needs and budget.
1. High-end Electric Shavers Comparison
High-end, advanced electric shavers are the best in terms of performance and comfort. On the flip side, you’ll usually have to pay a premium price for that top performance.
A high-end electric razor will generally shave faster, closer and with greater comfort compared to a less advanced shaver. They’re also better at dealing with longer hairs, making them a suitable option for men that don’t shave daily.
|Shaver||Price||Cleaning station||Recommended for|
|1. Braun Series 9 Pro 9465cc [Full review]||See on Amazon||Yes|
|2. Panasonic Arc 6 ES-LS8A-K [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|
|3. Braun Series 9 9390cc [Full review]||See on Amazon||Yes|
|4. Panasonic Arc 5 ES-LV9Q [Full review]||See on Amazon||Yes|
|5. Philips Norelco S9000 Prestige [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|
2. Mid-range Electric Shavers Comparison
Mid-range electric shavers represent an excellent compromise between cost and performance. Some of them actually get really close in terms of performance to the high-end shavers above, but they are more reasonably priced.
In order to keep the price low, some features may be missing compared to their high-end counterparts.
For example, fewer blades, the lack of speed settings, more basic displays, the lack of a cleaning station, less complex pivoting capabilities of the shaving head and so on.
However, they’re still a great option in terms of performance and costs.
|1. Panasonic Arc 5 ES-LV65-S [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|
|2. Braun Series 7 790cc [Full review]||See on Amazon||Yes|
|3. Panasonic Arc 4 ES-LA63AA [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|
|4. Braun Series 8 8370cc [Full review]||See on Amazon||Yes|
|5. Philips Norelco Shaver 7700 [Full review]||See on Amazon||Yes (Quick clean pod)|
3. Entry-level Electric Shavers Comparison
Entry-level electric shavers are geared toward budget-conscious buyers and offer excellent value for money.
They work best for shaving daily as they lack most of the features found on premium shavers. They’re also fitted with less powerful motors and feature simple shaving heads.
They can however be an excellent choice for men with light to medium beards and can yield excellent results, particularly when used on short stubble.
They’re very reasonably priced and the costs of ownership (replacement shaving heads) are low as well.
|1. Panasonic ES8103S Arc 3 [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|
|2. Braun Series 3 3040s [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|
|3. Philips Norelco Shaver 3500 [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|
|4. Philips Norelco Shaver 2300 [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|
|5. Remington F5-5800 [Full review]||See on Amazon||No|