Summary: I don't have very good luck with electric shavers... this one is worse than any I have used for quality of shave. Oh well.. for the price it was worth a try. If you catch it on sale It might be worth a try for you, but normal price just save your cash.
Pros: cheap with the sale. charges fairly quick.
Cons: Battery life bad Not a smooth shave for sure.
Pros: Works great and very cheap sale price $20. I gave it 5 stars in 12/2013, but now is changing to 2 stars.
Cons: One side of the foil worn through after 5 months of use. I'd have to use 1 side only. Truly disappointed for a Panasonic product. The replacement foil costs more than the shaver itself! I was hoping this shaver would last for years like other Panasonic shavers I owned. Sad.
Summary: I had a Panasonic shaver once that worked great so I thought this would be a good replacement for my aging low-end N**elco. Even for about twenty bucks shipped this purchase was a waste of money since the thing works so poorly.
Pros: Solid construction, nice looking. Decent battery capacity. Wet or dry use. Pop-up trimmer works well.
Cons: Functions poorly - misses LOTS of hairs, even on repeated passes. I can't even use this under my chin or on my neck without having to go back with a real razor. Skip a day or two and forget it - you're going to need to shave with something else entirely.
Pros: both this shaver because of the price ($20 w/free shipping) and cause i had had a Panasonic shaver years ago that really gave a great shave. Not this one - wet or dry, it has a hard time getting all the facial hairs - but i decided to keep it cause the sideburn trimmer is top of the line - does a...
Cons: wet or dry, it has a hard time getting all the facial hairs no matter how many time i went over the uncut stubble - i'm talking a two day stubble
Cons: I've been using Panasonic electric shavers for about 15 years now. This model is a perfect example of getting what you pay for. The shave quality is very poor compared to any other Panasonic electric shaver I've used before. Shaving took three times as long as shave with any other Panasonic shave...
Summary: Save your money and stick with blades. I've heard that the 3 blade rotary's are much better, but I'm happy with my blade and with stick with it.
Pros: 1 Egg - Cheap. I got mine for $20 shipped. 1 Egg - Wet Dry. I like to shave in the shower.
Cons: You have to go over and over the same spot so many times to get all the hair. I have to shave every day as I have fairly thick hair. I got the razor when I had about 3 days growth and it didn't fair too well. It cut poorly. So, to give the razor a fair chance, I shaved with a blade and then shave...
Summary: I don't know if the poor performance is because of this particular model or because of the linear cutting design. I recommend the rotary style razors.
Pros: Inexpensive when on sale, might be okay as a shaver for the office or at GF's house. No big deal if it gets lost.
Cons: Poor shaving results. I've used triple rotary style shavers for many years, including european, domestic, even cheapo asian knockoffs, they all did a better job than this shaver. Not worth returning. Shaver plugs directly into charger, no cord, my outlet is directly under the medicine cabinet, so...
Pros: it turns on and given lots of patience will complete a shave..
Cons: switching from a cheap Phillips razor to this was a joke, the Panasonic cuts ridiculously poor as others have mentioned. I ended up just going back to my old razor which finishes in 1/8 of the time this one does.