What can I say, I love the Braun Series 7.
After reviewing many shavers, I truly notice the difference when I come back to this razor. If you're interested in Braun's newest model, the Braun Series 9, you can find out how I compare these two. Read the comparison here.
I’ve mentioned many times that you CAN get a very smooth shave with many electric shavers, but there’s a difference in HOW you achieve it.
What I’ve found is that the Braun Series 7 delievers that smoothness with the least amount of effort and irritation. The overall process is the best, and it’s noticeable.
Best shaver out there? Yeah, I would say so.
These first three features translate into a great shaving experience. For this, I will go on the record and state that I feel this is the best option out there.
The process of getting that smooth finish is what makes the difference between this model and the others. It almost seems effortless the way it shaves.
Plus, as a bonus, it has the best cleaning system available. With one touch you can keep your shaver clean and ready for the next shave.
Based on features and shaving performance, this is an excellent choice, especially if you’re interested in dry shaves with a foil shaver.
Looking for the best of both worlds… shaving cream, soothing warm water, and extreme efficiency?
Then feast your beard on the powerful Panasonic ES LV Model (Arc 5).
It’s the recommended option for those with thick facial hair who are looking for a wet shaving experience. The new Series 7 – 799 has the wet shaving option as well, however in my opinion removing and rinsing the foil and blades is more efficient with the Panasonic.
But don’t think that you can’t use this shaver dry. It’s very versatile in its design.
It produces an efficient and fast shave when used dry, and for some: a more comfortable experience when used wet with shaving cream.
I think versatile is a good way to describe this unit.
Don’t worry about letting your facial hair grow out for a few days. The improved power along with very sharp blades can tackle a good 2 or 3 days worth of growth.
Although the overall design and look of this Panasonic shaver is very similar to previous models, there have been some key improvements.
There are more blades/foils, and the shaving head pivots 360 degrees. Combined, these new features supply a nice smooth shave, making this a product for all to consider.
There are often two rival groups who use these products:
Those who use foil shavers, and those who use rotary shavers.
Rivals might be a bit much, but the debate over foil vs. rotary is certainly not over.
What I’ve discovered is it comes down to personal preference. I’ve noticed that through examining user reviews, and frankly it’s common sense. Everyone’s shaving experience is unique.
Some people like rotary razors, some don’t. Some have only used one type so they can’t always relate. Based on my personal experience, if you’ve always used one type of shaver and enjoyed it, stick with it.
So, if you’re reppin rotary colors, then the SensoTouch 3D shaver from Philips Norelco will interest you.
Philips’ slim and unique design gives you a shaver that is very easy to use and fits snug against your face.
Anyone who is comfortable using these types of razors will really enjoy the SensoTouch 3D. There are a few different models to choose from, but sticking to the 1250x is probably the best choice.
Also, with the money back guarantee, you have nothing to lose.