Last week we asked you which electric razors brought the closest shave and the best features. Now we’ve got our top five, and it’s time to find a winner.
I don't like shaving. In fact, I don't really know anybody that does. It's messy. It's time consuming. It's sometimes painful. I started using an electric shaver a while back, but I've still never been happy with it. The new Norelco 9700 gives me hope.
When you're in Alaska staking a mining claim for months on end and it's the early 20th century, shaving is a major drag.
The first Philips Bodygroom was a revolution in below-the-neck (read: genital) shaving. How did Philips manage to improve on that design? Simple: by introducing a better trimmer.
Phillips Norelco has modernized its previous razor designs with the arcitec 1090, a slim and positively forward-looking razor that fits perfectly in your hand and promises shaving improvements. We happen to have a older Norelco razor of the previous design on hand here, and over the past two weeks have been comparing…
Philips has just changed its Norelco razors into an almost unrecognizable form factor, and here's the flagship, a razor called Arcitec that will be released later this year. It's completely redesigned, made of carbon fiber, chrome and stainless steel, and it has an LCD screen that tells you how many minutes you have…
Friends, I took the plunge. I received a Norelco Bodygroom and was eyeing it suspiciously for a bit. I went for a run today and during my post-run ablutions, I decided to try her out.
This is an average electric trimmer, but some of the customer reviews over on Amazon are interesting to say the least.