Reasonably quiet, good close shave but ill-thought storage provided
AJS (London), Amazon
4 March 2011
Summary: I purchased another Remington razor about 5 years ago, but it no longer works quite as well as it once did. I did purchase a similar style of razor elsewhere, not a Remington, and it is quite useless for more than a day's beard growth. Hence the decision to buy another razor.
Summary: First things first, all electric shavers will miss hairs, if you want a totally clean shave then a wet razor is the only way to go. So why ever bother with an electric ? Less irritation, less mess and no need to stare at yourself in the mirror while shaving.
Summary: I am 67 years of age and have purchased a multitude of electric shavers over the years.This shaver is the most expensive I have ever aquired. It has the best battery life of any that I have owned. Unfortunately it fails to give a decent shave.
Summary: I have used all makes of electric razors, I mostly buy the top of the range, theory being it should give a better shave although in reality the next down in the series will have one less bell or whistle and will be tens of pounds cheaper.
Summary: This is my husbanda's 2nd remington shaver.The first was the R730I and he was really happy with that.He likes the R7130 -improvements on the design and technically sound but he misses the COMFORT SELECT that featured on R730I.If this new shaver had this option he would have given 5 stars
Summary: I don't know if it's me but after a while it gets filled with hairs, and if you take the heads off to clean it (and they come off fairly simply) it is totally impossible to reassemble it which effectively means that once your heads fill with hair you have to replace them.