The ergonomic design of this triple-foil rechargeable shaver will soothes your hand while delivering one of the closest shaves possible.
Ultra-thin flexible foils with opposite moving floating cutters for a close shave
Push-button switch with over-charge protection function
8 hour charge with red LED indicator light
Pop-up trimmer for moustache and sideburns
Accessories include a power cord, travel and storage nylon pouch and a cleaning brush
How to choose electric shavers?
There was a time when people used knives and knife holders to shave. Gone are the days of manual shaving. Everything, including shaving, has been automated to meet the accelerated pace of life we ?? lead today.
An electric razor ensures that you look clean and shaved without having to spend a lot of time shaving. In addition, it does not get too close to the skin, preventing cuts and bruises. But not every electric razor available on the market can meet your needs. So it is important to understand your main requirements before making a purchase. Here are some tips for choosing the best electric razor to suit your needs.
How does an electric shaver work?
A modern electric shaver is a technically sophisticated electronic tool that differs not only in its basic set of characteristics but also in the presence of intelligent systems. To understand them, you need to remember the three most important requirements for a razor:
Firstly, she must shave cleanly: the system of blades and slots, as well as the system of repetition of facial contours, are responsible for this.
Secondly, the electric shaver should not cause irritation: this is affected by the setting of the shaving speed, the system of repetition of contours and the coating of the cutting unit, which reduces friction.
Thirdly, the electric shaver should be easy to use: the razor cleaning system, the type of battery, and the presence of an informative display are responsible for this.
All electric shavers are divided into two types: rotary and mesh.
How to use electric shaving?
In electric shaving, the “scissors principle” is used. This means that a beard hair is between two cutting elements – usually a mesh and a blade called the inner blade.
Due to the elasticity of the skin with an electric shaver, you can achieve a longer effect. The razor head puts pressure on the skin.
Because of this, the skin is slightly pressed into the holes of the mesh, and the hairs are squeezed up. As soon as the hair is cut off, its remainder is hidden back under the surface of the skin.
The result: a perfectly smooth shave.