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#1 of 3 Old 05-02-2010, 04:44 PM - Thread Starter
 
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So I recently decided to switch to an electric razor and am unsure of which to try, any suggestions? My wife found a site that is giving away 100 Series 7 razors (they are like $250.00-glad they are free). It seems they have some kind of Tryology program that provides members with a product to try out in exchange for a video review. I anyone wants to look, I read more info about it here. http://www.expotv.com/tryology I am going to try to get one, but was curious if anyone had any experience with this type of razor.
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I've only used an electric razor a couple of times, but it was 20 years ago. It didn't seem like I got a very close shave.

My father was telling me a while back that he thinks he got a better shave with the old safety razors and shaving soap than he gets with shaving cream and the multi-blade disposables.
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Similar experience to Daddyray, sorry. The only electric razors I tried were when I was a teen and they made my face feel odd. I just use some Gillette replaceable blade thingy atm.

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