Summary: First off you should know that I'm a 'dyed in the wool' wet shaver, for me the job just isn't done unless you have had water and soap on your face. Over the years I've had electric shavers of one kind or another, usually as gifts and I suppose they worked well enough, but they never ever converted...
Summary: This Philips shaver has just replaced a Braun foil shaver in my personal grooming setup. To do that it needed to be good. And it is. Forget the gimmicky pictures of some model using it with a face full of foam.
Summary: I say excellent value for money as when I purchased this is was pretty much half the RRP :). Received my order the next day b4 1pm as requested. Now I hadn't had a shave for a good 4-5 days so was thought I'd put it to the test.
Closest electric shave I've had - and it can be used wet too
Ralph Bacon, Amazon
12 May 2013
Summary: This Philips shaver ticks all the boxes: quick to charge, long run times, quiet in operation and most importantly of all gives a really good shave. Used as a traditional electric shaver it performs well; so well that I have to say it's probably the closest electric shave I've had.
Summary: This is my second purchase of this model, having had 3 years of daily use out of the first, so I obviously like it. For me the positives are : a) it shaves as smooth as it gets for an electric shaver compared to a wet shave b) shape is easy to hold to get the job done quickly c) most importantly, it...
Summary: There are basically three types of shaves - blade, foil and rotary. More often this divides into three camps - Gillette, Braun and Philips. I will admit now that I have used Braun for more years than I can recall, but thought I'd give this 'Wet and Dry' shaver a go - and was pleasantly surprised.