Summary: This is the best shaver I have found yet. It runs quiet and shaves close. You have to make several passes to get the best results, but I think that is true of all shavers. I would recommend this shaver.
Summary: I bought one of these for my son as his first ever razor (he needed it!). It was on a Cyber Monday sale and I couldn't believe how affordable Panasonic had it priced. Once he started using it I also couldn't believe how well it worked once he started using it.
Summary: I find no reason for the negative reviews of this particular shaver. I am closing in on 6 months of ownership. I AM OVER PLEASED. Keep up with your charging, keep it clean, and there are no problems. I do not recommend dry shaving with this or any model really especially if you have coarse hair.
Summary: I have used many wet/dry shavers and this one has it all. Close shave in both modes and easy to clean. Quick charge and I am ready to go. I often just grab in for a touch up at night before I go out. Recommended buy.
Summary: I have owned panasonic electric razors for a number of years. I think this one is my third. The quality is great. All one need do is clean and let the battery run down once a month. This most recent model cost over $50 which seems a bit expensive but I expect it to last a while.
Summary: Prior to owning the Panasonic ES-SL41W, I have never owned a wet/dry razor and primarily relied on conventional shaving methods which led me to nicks and cuts. However, this Panasonic razor changed my entire experience.
Summary: I received this shaver from Panasonic to review as an early adopter. I am so happy that I received the privilege of using this awesome shaver. I own a Norelco brand one and it really ruined my perception of electric shavers.
Summary: All the other Panasonic wet/dry shavers I've owned had the same, close blade configuration. This model is weird because the cutting blades are spaced far apart which makes it difficult to shave above the top lip and below the nose.