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. On large exposed surfaces, like shaving cheeks, neck and head it works just fine. The shape of it is different from the four or five others that I've owned and it's not all that easy to hold on to.
Summary: This shaver is by far the easiest I have ever used. It has the ability to use inside the shower or out. Either way it is very convenient to use. It has a 3 blade system which makes a close smooth shave if you use it every day. If you skip a day it won't be as smooth but will get the job done.The Pop up trimmer worked great so if you need to keep yourself trimmed it's perfect.
Pros: Inexpensive, Compact, Easy to use, Convenient
Summary: After discovering the cost of replacing the foil and cutters on my last Panasonic shaver was £37 compared to the £26 price tag of this one, I bought this without hesitation. However, I failed to notice that the power supply to recharge the shaver is 220 to 240v instead of the 100 to 240v supply on every other shaver I have ever owned. This makes it useless if you travel abroad a lot.