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Old 09-14-2004, 01:47 PM   #11
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I have a Norelco electric shaver. I'm not sure of the model (it'* older--3 or 4 years old), but it has the "lift and cut" system, three rotating heads. It works very well and I love it. The battery life is exceptional too (I can go three weeks on a charge with shaving every other day). It also has the beard clipper on the back side.

No complaints here! It'* a nice shave that doesn't burn and is very close to the skin.

My one complaint is that it doesn't have a cigerette lighter charger. I only shave in the car on my way to work. I've been stung a few times with the battery dying on me while shaving so I look pretty funny being half-shaved when I walk in the office!
haha!!!

i shave every other night before i go to bed...its my primping time
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Old 09-14-2004, 01:56 PM   #12
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Ditto. Mach 3 is the best of both worlds. Best razor I've ever owned or used, even when compared to some very expensive electrics.
ya know, i used the m3 (turbo) for about three years. i switched to the schick quattro about six months and i must say that i'm very satisfied. much closer shave, and less nicks
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For 'lectric the 3 rotating heads worked much better for me then the flat ones. I got a norelco but it'* gettin old...
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Still using the Gillete Mach3 I got 5 years ago.
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the new mach 3 with the vibrating thingamabob works really well, less irritation too.
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I have no clue what its called, but its a norelco with the three blades, with that "lift and cut" design. It works well.. and it was like $25 bucks at wally world.


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My dad bought my son a Norelco 3 head shaver for high school graduation and after 3 years it still works great. He prefers it to razors and the shave is pretty smooth.

I personally use a razor or nair. I don't use my electric shaver because it doesn't get close enough.
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I don't use my electric shaver because it doesn't get close enough.
Really? I guess I wasn't happy with my electric one either...then I bought a men'* Norelco. I love using an electric shaver for my legs...no soup and no nics.
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Sorry guys it looks like the women are taking over this post.....

I love my Venus(I have the pink one), PDad got it for me last year and it is the best razor I have ever used!! I hate my electric one, it does not shave close enough, especially around my knees and ankles.
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Straight Razor, Mug and Brush like my grandfather used

Then


I look in the mirror

and













Chicken out

and pick up my Remington cordless

I'm not a total idot.
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