[Electronics-Talk] Electric razor

Bryan Schulz b.schulz at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jan 30 16:07:33 UTC 2019


Check out Norelco.
If you get a good one, now you push a button and the head flips open then
you shake out the fuzz.
You only have to push/turn the center knob to release the part that holds
the blades a few times per year.

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From: Electronics-Talk <electronics-talk-bounces at nfbnet.org> On Behalf Of
Tracy Carcione via Electronics-Talk
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Subject: [Electronics-Talk] Electric razor

My husband has endless problems with electric razors.  He has to open the
thing to clean it, and then the little circles in the shaver head fall out
and are very hard to put back.  I can't do it, either.

I hope some of you guys know what I mean, and can recommend a razor where
this doesn't happen.



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