If you shave at a minimum of twice a week – putting it into blunt financial terms – the ROI on an electric razor is huge. Especially if you loosen up the purse strings a tad and pay for a model that cleans itself – ensuring it runs well for years. That said, they’re hardware. And like all hardware, they’ve evolved rapidly over recent years. The flesh gougers of days past have been put out to pasture and even those who lean towards blades are changing their tune.
Look for features like various length settings, USB recharging facilities for travel, the ability to use wet or dry and nifty functions like inbuilt vacuums that ensure your hair doesn’t cover the bathroom.