Summary: It does what it says on the box, gives a good clean shave. This is the first rotary shaver thet I have used so I thought of buying that basic version to try. Not realising at the time that it was a battery shaver that cannot be used whilst plugged to a power socket came as a surprise as I was not told this at the time of purchase. I haven't had a battery shaver previous. The shave is good clean and comfortable wet or dry.
Good overall shave, but a few bristles of resistance
J. Pappenheim "Papsby", Amazon
5 October 2011
Summary: Now, if you knew me, you'd know that I'm not normally one for shaving. I prefer the country bumpkin look, wandering around in check-shirt and skinnies listening to whatever's on Pitchfork's Best New Music list. That was until I got a job. Now it appears I'm required to be clean shaven and, for someone with a very sensitive face, this wasn't a fun prospect.
Summary: This shaver is possibly the best one yet from Philips. Although this model still does not feature a beard trimmer (see previous rants and reviews!) the fact that it is fully waterproof, if not watertight, means that cleaning just got a whole lot easier! I used to wonder where the water used to go in my older model, and to be honest would often hear a 'fizzing' noise when recharging - not good!
Summary: Tested and used by my husband, his findings are as follows : I must start off by saying that I prefer a wet shave with a blade for closeness but I do find that on occasions an electric razor is extremely useful. I have been using both foil and rotary razors for over thirty years as secondary razors. The Philips Aquatouch AT750 tested appears to be the basic model of this range. It is comfortable in the hand and quite easy to rinse under the tap after each use.