Summary: This is really a good travel razor, light and compact and no worries about plugging in in other countries as long as you take some extra batteries along. Tried it this weekend and got a nice close shave. Hopefully it will hold up like my other Norelco razors, but time will tell.
Summary: It is very light. I bought this for my son who is disabled. He dropped and the battery case opened and the batteries fell out and inserted them in backward. Hard to see how they go.He said it worked okay
Summary: This is superior to the razor it replaces - a Remington foil type travel razor. It's circular blade design gets hairs my previous razor couldn't. And most importantly to me, it runs on 2 AA batteries.
Summary: I've had one of the most expensive Norelco wet/dry shavers for about 10 years. I loved it. Then one day it was dead. One thing I always wanted was one less shaving head. I looked on Wal-Mart but didn't like the 3-in-1 because they asked the heads in opposing directions instead of flat.
Summary: I like it because it works well and no responsibility of keeping track of the charging cord... Lord knows we have enough charging cords to keep up with nowadays! It comes with the two AA batteries! Easy replacement! I like it...a lot!
Summary: I like it and more important my son likes it. I bought it for him, because for some reason he is growing hair on his face at 15 years old, I know he hasn't shaved to prompt it, because I know he hasn't and because of where it is coming in.
Summary: Used rotary battery operated razor for years in military and they are hard to find. This type of battery razor is great and the only kind that works for the chin and neck area. Great handy thing to have. Thanks