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Top 5 Electric Razors and Shavers (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best electric razors and shavers on the market in 2020.

There’s nothing better than a clean shave, right? Of course, to achieve that, you need the right tools. But which one is right for you? Well, to help you decide, we’ve sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

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The Front Runner: Braun Series 7-790cc

Braun has been a powerhouse in the grooming business for a long time, and the Series 7 790cc model delivers its most consistently comfortable shave. Called “the best electric shaver for most faces” by Wirecutter, this well-rounded model also comes with a nifty cleaning and charging station for added convenience. And for a high-end razor, it’s extremely affordable at $175. 

The Comparable: Philips Norelco S9000 Prestige

Today’s rotary pick, this three-headed Philips model is fit for both wet and dry shaving and can be used for multiple different purposes, including beard, back and head-hair trimming. This $280 razor is quite expensive, but it’s also one of the coolest-looking shavers on the market, with a digital display for convenient readouts. And it offers an hour’s worth of use from a full charge. 

The Budget Option: Andis 17150 Pro 

If you want a simple, uncomplicated, affordable razor that will still do a stand-up job, then this $50 Andis 17150 model, with a lithium ion rechargeable battery, is an excellent choice. Coveted by barbers, this boxy foil shaver offers great battery life, a close shave and multiple different uses. It may not be the most stylish razor out there, but for $50, you can achieve that barber-shop feel every time you shave.

The Heavy-Duty Option: Braun Series 9-9095cc

Another Braun entry for today’s list, the Series 9 is similar to the aforementioned Series 7 in a lot of ways. However, where it differs —  and excels — is power. Ideal for curly and or thick hair, the $350 Series 9 is capable of slicing through thick beards and mops of head hair, as well as delivering an incredibly close shave. It also features an automatic self-cleaning base, and claims to offer up to three days of heavy use from a single charge.

The Delicate One: Manscaped Lawn Mower 3.0 

Some people’s shaving needs are a little more… delicate than others. And for jobs like that, Manscaped offers this updated model of their Lawn Mower shaver, which should still be used with great caution in those sensitive areas. This small, travel-sized trimmer is 100 percent waterproof, claims to be knick-proof, and can be charged via USB for added convenience. It’s also competitively priced at $70, meaning it could make a great secondary addition to a primary beard and head razor.

So which shaving tool should you choose? Well, that depends on if your needs are heavy or light. There are tons of affordable, light-use products out there, but also some pretty extensive, heavy-duty ones too. Just be sure to buy appropriately.

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