Summary: Ok, I've had this shaver for a few months now and as a shaver it's good. However, I am now only getting 1 shave per charge. I don't shave every day but I would expect it to hold it's charge. When I've had my shave, the green indicator is on 80%. I'll come back to it a couple days later and it's dead. Is this common to Remington or do I have a dud?
Summary: At first I was a little disappointed with the speed of the blades as my old Phillips appeared faster but after a while I don't even notice it, the quality of shave is just as good. Using it once a day and starting from a full charge it will run for 7 days.
Summary: Product was fine until the guarantee expired. At this time so did the rechargeable battery, after one shave with the indicator showing "full" the razor was put away until the next morning. The next morning I switched on the shaver and the red light came on indicating that the battery required charging, this continued to happen. - a poor product. I had previously owned a Philips two head, a far superior product, it lasted over twelve years.
Summary: This product is most disappointing. It feels flimsy shaves indifferently has a short battery life. The battery charger does not readily plug in to the mains. Having had 2 other remington shavers I am surprised their name is on this model.
Summary: bought new 4 months ago, am so annoyed i put finger to keyboard. i have had many electric shavers over the years, my favourite being an old philips. tempted by titanium heads and the trade name i purchased. the instructions reccomend you use the new shaver for 4 weeks, to let it get to know the contours of your face. well after 4 months it still does'nt know mine. this is the only electric shaver that regularly cuts my face, and causes bleeding.