Panasonic ES-RT51 Electric Shaver Reviews
Product Type: Panasonic Electric Shaver
Description:Brand: Panasonic / Type: Men's Shaver / Panasonic's ES-RT51-S511 Shaver can be used for both wet and dry shaving, with its three-blade cutting system and pivoting head delivering an exceptionally close, comfortable shave at the sink or in the shower, while ... more
Panasonic ES-RT51 Electric Shaver ... its five-level LED indicator keeps you aware of exactly how much charge you have left. 30 degree nano-edge blade technology and a 10000 rpm motor deliver a smooth shave, while the ESRT51-S511 Shaver also offers up to 45 minutes - a full week's worth of shaving time - per one-hour charge, plus a five-minute quick charge for emergencies. A pop-up trimmer helps with sideburns and detail work.
Newest Review: ... the pop-up trimmer which yes isn't exciting, but is of course part of the standard kit, as is the almost obligatory cleaning ... more
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by - written on 21/01/11 (Very useful, 121 readings)
~BackGround~ Up until receiving this as a gift last summer, I had never taken electric shavers seriously. Previously I had owned various Brauns, and Philips models; which although expensive, have performed utterly miserably, caused painful irratation, and worse still left me looking half shaved. Being Italian I just assumed that this issue with electric shavers was because of the mediteranean facial hair type, being rather thick and fast growing. The Panasonic ES-RT51-S511 (or just RT51) has however changed all that and re-written my views on dry shaving. *-----------------------------------* ~The Panasonic RT51~ ... Read the complete review
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