As you’ll soon realize, I’m a huge fan of Panasonic electric shavers. The Panasonic ES8249S Arc IV Nanotech Vortex Wet/Dry Rechargeable Shaver
is the most advanced of the Arc IV line. If you’ve used Panasonic foil shavers before, this one needs no introduction. It’s basically the superb Panasonic ES8243A
but with a self cleaning system added to it. This shaver has saved me so much time and money over the past couple of years. How does it save me time? The 4 nanotech blades
are huge, making it easy to shave a big area in just one pass.
I’ve been through tons of different makes and models of electric shavers over the years and Panasonic electric shavers have never disappointed me. I like them more than any other brand, including Braun because their excellent designs provide an impeccable shaving experience. I’ve been playing around with the Panasonic ES-LA63-S Arc IV Nanotech Rechargeable Shaver since it was released in early 2010 and I’m going to briefly go over the specs then get into my experience with this shaver over the past few months.
As a gadget fan, I try to keep up to date on the fancy new technologies out there, especially when it comes to personal care. I don’t mind forking out extra to try something new and shiny as long as it performs as expected. I’ve tried a lot of the new electric shavers released in 2010 and the Panasonic ES-LA93-K Vortex Men’s Shaver
definitely stands out as the best shaver of the year
. Produced and assembled in Japan, the Panasonic Vortex shaver isn’t cheap but boy, does it deliver a great shave.
The Panasonic ES8249K Arc IV Nano Vortex Wet/Dry Shaving System
really is a system. With most electric trimmers or razors you simply get the shaving device and a few accessories, but the ES8249K really is an impressive piece of kit. I thought I’d splash out this time around and get a high end razor with a cleaning station and everything. It’s obviously that bit more expensive but I thought, provided it does what it is designed to do, that it would be worth it.
My relationship with the Panasonic ES8243A Arc IV Nano Men’s Wet/Dry Rechargeable Shaver
is one of love and pleasure. I first met this charming electric shaver two years ago in 2008 when it was first released. It was a Christmas gift from my wife
and I remember fondly my first thoughts of holding it. The soft calming blue rubberized grip
easing into my hands while the shaver stared at me, looking proud and competent at the same time.
I love electric razors, especially now that they’ve evolved to the point where you can get a shave that’s almost indistinguishable from a regular razor and shaving cream. Plus let’s not forget the convenience factor – you’re definitely not going to give yourself an old school shave in the car during your morning commute!
Today’s review is on the Panasonic ES8103S Pro-Curve Wet/Dry Action Shaving System, my new best friend. First I’ll go over the product specs, then we’ll get to the nitty gritty where I detail my experiences so far in using this electric shaver daily for the past six months.
Panasonic ES2207P Close Curves rechargeable Wet/Dry Ladies Shaver, Mauve is a woman’s best friend, next to diamonds that is. Customized with an impressive triple blade shaving system- sharp and lasting precision trimmers- one short another longer for stray or longer hair, Close Curves delivers a supremely clean multi-tasking shave.
Close Curves works under the arms, on the legs, even delicate enough to be used on the face. The sleek design is perfectly feminine inspired, with a curves that resemble a woman’s, in white and purple.
I used to be a razor and cream guy because I never felt like the electric razors I had tried in the past gave me a shave that was comparable. There was always just enough stubble left to be noticeable to my wife and she hates that so I stuck to what worked best.
I picked up the Panasonic ES7103K Pro-Curve Wet/Dry Triple Head Shaver
when my old electric shaver died on me. The price was right so I grabbed it and I’m glad I did. This shaver gives me a clean, close shave thanks to the triple blade system.
The pivoting head
moves to match the shape of my face, meaning I don’t end up with a bunch of scruffy patches when I’m done.
I recently decided to upgrade from disposable razors to an electric shaver. I decided to give the Panasonic ES80435C Pro-Curve Pivot Action Linear Wet/Dry Shaver
a try based on the recommendation of a friend. I’ve been really pleased with it so far. I like the independently floating triple heads
quite a lot – they give me a really close shave without much effort. The counter directional inner blades
do a great job of getting those awkward little hairs that are easy to miss.