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Panasonic ES8066 Lineardrive Shaver

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Brand: Panasonic

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      16.12.2000 17:46
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      I used to use a braun flex-integral, until recently the foil and cutter system started wearing out (it was 4 years old!!). Time for a new shave I though...enter the Panasonic. The ultra-fast 13,000rpm motor on this beast really does sing at a high pitch when turned on - it sounds amazing. It also looks cool, and has a nice weight to it. The shape of it is also great for most hands, sittng nicely in the palm. What about performance I hear you ask?!! Well, due to it's 13,000rpm motor, this glides across the skin with ease, and cuts as close as you want it too! If you want a really close shave, just go over the same area few more times. You really can get a shave as close as a blade with this, but with none of the razor burn. The other great bonus here is that it is a wet/dry shaver, which means that you can use saving gels/oils with it, for an even smoother shave. Cleaning it is also a breeze - simply turn it on under the tap! Battery life is really dependent on how often you shave, and how long you shave for when you do. But, this baby is easy on the juice, plus it re-charges completely in an hour. A great, cheaper electric shaver, which is eclipsed only by it's big brother in the range - the Panasonic ES8003 Linear Drive with 3D floating head (that is a serious shaver). For those on a budget, you can't go wrong with this! It's better than any in the Braun range, and I never could suss out the Phillips (I mean, since when have hairs grown in circles?!!!)


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