For most men, shaving is a daily routine. As a result, it is important to find the best razor to make shaving an easy and enjoyable experience. The goal is to get the closest shave possible without any skin irritation, redness or burn. Although many people still use shaving cream and a razor for their shave, most are switching to electric shavers due to their convenience and ease.
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Braun Series 7 760cc
The Braun Series 7 760cc is considered to be the best electric razor on the market. Although it can't shave as clean as a traditional nonelectric razor, it is the closest thing you can get to it. Its unusual foil head vibrates laterally, creating a smoother, less painful shave. Aside from a close shave, it also offers a self-cleaner and long-lasting battery power. Although some criticise the razor for the noise created by the cleaning system, and for the need to refill cartridges about once a month, this is one of the best shavers based on the reviews as noted in ConsumerResearch.com. In January 2010, you could purchase a Braun Series 7 760cc for approximately £149.
The Remington MicroScreen MS2-390
The Remington MicroScreen MS2-390 is thought to be one of the best electric razors for its value. Although it is not considered to be a top-of-the-line razor, this inexpensive product provides a close shave comparable to razors that are priced three times as much. In addition to offering a close shave, the MS2-390 has strong battery life and is easy to clean. Some people complain about its bulky shape and say that it creates too much noise. However, for its price, this is the best electric razor available. In January 2010, you could purchase a Remington MicroScreen MS2-390 for approximately £39.
The Gillette Fusion is considered the best nonelectric traditional razor. It comes with five blades and provides the closest shave with the least amount of irritation and cuts. Although Schick Quattro and the Gillette Mach3 Turbo are close competitors, the Gillette Fusion is thought to be the superior model. The biggest complaint is that the Fusion is slightly more expensive than its competitors. In January 2010, you could purchase a Gillette Fusion razor for approximately £7.
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