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    Electric shaver recommendations .

    We all have our preferences , I totally prefer wet shave but my neck is beginning to disagree with me .

    Previous experiences many years ago with fairly top end appliances made me feel like I'd been plucked rather than shaved

    Are they still the same and, if not, any recommendations for one with a beard trimmer feature??

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    I prefer to wet shave but I do use a Phillips triple head electric one sometimes which I have found is good. Mine hasn't got a beard attachment but do not know if the newer ones have a beard trimming attachment. Going on what Jim has just said mine is rechargeable.
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    I help shave a lot of fellas in the hospital and by far and away the best ones have the three little round cutter things on top.

    I rushed to Argos recently as I saw a heavily discounted one bought it, but the ******* has no internal battery, has to be plugged in

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    yep i use the ones with the round 'cutting' heads too. i tried the full curved 'foil' type once and it was **** (for me). i think the current one's a phillips (has 2 round heads not 3) with a flip out edge cutter for my 'tache, takes a couple of double A's which last well for me.
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    need a job done on your project? i may be able to help.

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    I've got a Remington that I've had for a few years, still got the original cutters in. Got a trimmer attachment on it, I stick it on charge once a week and the jobs a good 'un. I've had the foil type ones in the past but the foils never seem to last long and it's surprisingly painful when they've got a tiny hole worn in them...
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    Phillishave every time.
    Tried others but find them the best

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