Summary: I wish it were possible to give NEGATIVE stars, because that's the most this hunk of junk deserves. This is without a doubt the single worst product I have bought in my entire life. Ever. Period. If I could say anything nice, it's that the battery holds a good, long charge. Beyond that, I'm pretty sure Satan himself had an unwashed hand in its development. The shaver drags across one's face like that rusty old push mower your parents used to make you cut the lawn with.
Summary: My granddaughter who is about 3 ft high has drop my razor twice from what maybe 2 ft. off the ground. Each time resulted in a broken head. I'm currently using it with one head. My old one was over 10 years old and I have dropped it from 4ft. to 6ft. many, many times and never broke or stopped working. My 1st and last Remington.This is not worth even 1 star.
Summary: A worthless piece of technology. Takes 4 times as long as a manual razor because it so weak and worthless. It makes me incredibly mad every time I use it. You have to go over the same spot a ridiculous amount of times to remove the slightest bit of hair. Part of it at least, don't even think about a close shave. Weak weak weak don't buy it.
Cons: Nothing but problems from then on, everytime I use it something different falls off, one head, then another, then another, and finnaly the whole top of the razer, you have to crawl across the floor to find the blades when they fall off, the one managed to fall into my pocket and go through a day of school with me, I found it later that night in my shirt pocket, this razer could have gotten me into trouble!. Also this razer takes about 20 times over a spot to shave it,...
Summary: I also received this as a gift, when I was looking for a replacement razor for a one-year old(!) Norelco that died. It was not my choice, but I figured I'd give it a try. The shave is OK. Close or relatively close compared to Norelco rotary and electric shavers in general. It doe snot do well with areas of the beard (under the chin) which grow in multiple directions. My biggest complaint about this unit is that the head pop off all the time while shaving.
Summary: I've always used disposable razors, simply because I like the close shave. It takes longer to shave than an electric one obviously, but I can get away with skipping one or even two days without shaving and still look half decent :) Anyway, this is my first electric razor, and it seems to work for me. I've had it for a couple of months now. I agree that if you haven't shaved in like a week, it will pull on your hair and feel like it's ripping it out.
Summary: This is without question the worst razor I've ever used. If you have more than a few days growth, you'll feel it physically ripping the hair out of your face. If you have a day's worth of stubble when you use it, you'll have stubble when you're done, just with your skin slightly more irritated. Of course I actually thought this piece of garbage was broken the first day I used it because it doesn't work when plugged in. Whoever developed this thing needs to be fired.
Summary: This is the first razor that I've paid more than 20 bux for. I've had it for just under a year now and haven't had any issues. The head hasn't come off like some say I get a pretty good shave with little irritation and I don't know what the other reviewers are talking about. My only gripe is that there's no low battery indication and you can't use it while its plugged in.
Summary: I bought this for my son. He would share my shaver (Norelco) He kept complaining that it didnt shave close enough. He also said the head kept falling off, eventially breaking after 1 month of use. He has been using my shaver for about 1 1/2 so I know it wasnt him being careless. Well I was just looking for a new head for this shaver when I came across this sight. I think we will just pitch it and go get him a Norelco.
Summary: I received this as a gift to replace a 10 year old Norelco that cost probably twice as much when it was new. I have to say I'm not overly impressed, but it basically works as you'd expect for an inexpensive shaver. It shaves fine for me, but just slightly closer than the 10 year old Norelco, which never had the blades replaced. The thing is very light and feels cheap. The blades pivot of course, but flimsily.