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Electric Razor

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by secrets001, Jan 25, 2018.

  1. secrets001

    secrets001 Well-Known Member

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    What is the best electric razor to use that removes facial hair (obviously) and stubble?
     

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    c0de Well-Known Member

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    Stubble or shave?

    For stubble, I use a Norelco trimmer Series 5100. It works great and trims super close to the skin.
    For shaving, I use a Braun Series 5, it's very convenient and shaves super close. But will not shave if you have the slightest stubble on, and starts pulling or takes more time to pick up hairs. So this is great as an everyday shaver, but not good if you grow a small stubble and want to shave it off (for that, I start with the trimmer then use this.. or just use my safety razor)
     

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    There are a lot of different factors that go into choosing beard trimmers, like corded vs. non-corded, guards vs. zoom wheel, battery type, blade type, etc. There is a good guide here. Although, there is too much on the guide for this post, I will give a basic outline of a few great models:

    Best Budget: Philips Norelco MultiGroom 3000 $19.95
    Best Overall: Philips Norelco Beard & Head Trimmer Series 5100 (BT5210) $49.72
    Best Professional: Wahl Lithium Ion+ Stainless Steel Grooming Kit $59.94
    Best for Travel: Philips Norelco OneBlade Face+Body $49.95
    Best Corded: Wahl Peanut Clipper and Trimmer $42.31
     

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