Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by jeromestyle, Jul 24, 2011.
for how long did you use the electric shaver before going back to the razor?
when i was conscripted into the army i started off using an electric razor thinking it would save time. after a while i started developing pimples and stuff like that, probably due to low hyigene conditions and such, along with the lack f a close shave. after about a month or so i gave up and went back to the traditional
do you think that a high-end braun electric shaver would be good, I mean better than razor?
I'm going away for a few months in September so I'm going to buy one, mostly to save space in my suitcase. Not looking forward to it though.
a traditional razor is smaller and weights less... what do you mean?
The shaving soap, bowl, spare razors (I use DE) and brush make it a bit bigger and bulkier to pack, plus I probably won't have anywhere to put it once I get there.
i love my electric shaver. traditional razors always give me razor burn and rashes. i hate them. and i dont know about you guys, but i get an incredibly close/smooth shave and im using a sub-80 dollar shaver
I have this http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0037HP9OA and I am 100% satisfied.
so I should go for it?
will I get at least the same results that I get using a razor?
I personally recommend it, but I can't guarantee your own satisfaction. I get close/smooth shaves and the grooming half on the bottom is quite handy as well.
If I use a high-end electric shaver, can good results be guaranteed, under all circumstances?
I don't think anyone can guarantee anything. Why don't you try one out and if you don't like it, return it?
can I do that? I hear some brands have a special promotion to try, but do all offer that without risk?
Went on a trip a few weeks back. My electric shaver accidently turned on in the suitcase. I had to revert to a Schick razor blade and some shaving cream. Best feeling ever.
I don't think I till go back to electic for a while.
FYI, I have been using electric for five years. It's kind of like having a full cream milk latte after years of skim.
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