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Panasonic Electric Razors

Panasonic has a history of making quality and well received electric razors. Together with Braun, they are the most representative brands to make foil razors. Check out the results of our research on Panasonic electric razors below. Find out which one of those that we reviewed fits your needs best.

Panasonic ES LF51 A Arc4 Electric Shaver

Panasonic is one of the most trusted brands when it comes to electric shavers. They are credited with creating some of the most innovative, most advanced, most efficient and most expensive high-end electric shavers in the market today. The only thing that Panasonic are not credited for is, delivering a mediocre, sub-standard shaver for their […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES-LV65-S Arc5

Panasonic came up with their Arc5 line of foil shavers to counter the insurgence of Philip’s immensely popular rotary shaver models, and while doing so they held nothing back to fully load the Arc5 razors with all the features a premium quality electric razor must have. The Panasonic foil shavers are widely considered to be […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES-LV95-S Arc5 featured image

It’s been more than a year since we published our first electric razor review, that of the Philips Norelco 1280x, which is still our favorite to this day. Since then we shared our opinions on multiple electric razors, with the desire to offer you unbiased research results, ultimately helping you make a better, easier and well […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES-LV61-A Arc5 Electric Shaver

The Panasonic ES-LV61-A offers a close and comfortable shave, and features a useful and intelligently thought out sonic cleaning mode. It’s designed to reduce skin irritation and shaving time, giving you the convenience of a clean and fast shave. Time is important, and nobody wants to waste any. The blades of this shaver are built in […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES-LT71-S Arc 3 Mens Electric Shaver

              Are you looking for a good electric shaver for personal use? Then I would recommend the new Panasonic ES-LT71-S Arc 3 Mens Electric Shaver. I had an old Phillips shaver in the past but when the battery died out, I set out to compare between the different brands […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES8243A

The new Panasonic ES8243A men’s wet and dry shaver is an electronically rechargeable device with four blades. The blades are Nanotech and on the first round, they make a remarkable shave. There is a quadruple foil with four blades for cutting whose cutting surfaces have been expanded by a percentage of 32%. This ensures a […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES-RF31-S

Panasonic’s completely stacked men’s wet/dry electric shavers are pressed with brilliant, creative characteristics that convey an exceptionally close and smooth shave. The Panasonic ES-RF31-S is a four-razor sharp edge (Arc 4) shaving framework, which implies more thwarts for better scope and decreased shaving time. Likewise, the hypoallergenic razor sharp edges and foils cause less bothering […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES3833S Pro-Curve Wet Dry Travel Shaver (1)

The Panasonic ES3833S Pro-Curve travel shaver provides a number of benefits for the busy man on the go. The shaver allows for wet or dry shaving and is battery operated. Let’s take a look at the details of this product before we look at how effective it is. Allows for wet or dry shaving. Easily […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES-LA93-K Electric Razor Review

I used the Panasonic ES-LA93-K Arc 4 over a month, so I could form a complete opinion about it. This is what you should do when you buy an electric razor. Your skin needs a few weeks to adjust to the new device. I had high hopes for this one, as the models with 5 […] continue reading…

Panasonic ES-LA63-S Arc 4 (1)

The Panasonic ES-LA63-S is without a doubt a step forward from the previous generation of Panasonic electric razors. It’s manufactured in Japan, some of the lower end models being made in China. The blades seem to be slightly more powerful and the shave is a bit closer. The curve present in the “Arc” foils seem […] continue reading…