Getting a Close Shave With the Philips Norelco S9000 and Loving It!
I am always looking for a close shave.
I work in a profession that requires a clean-shaven look and for me I have tried to find different ways to be able to get that but it is not always easy to get the close shave that I am looking for. I have even gone so far as to use both an electric and straight edge together to get as close of a shave as I can.
Saying this, I am always interested in finding new technology that will help me to get an even closer shave, but also to be able to make the Shaving experience that much better.
Over the last few weeks I have been trying the Philips Norelco S9000 razor and I have to say that I have been completely impressed by the razor itself. One reason that I like this razor as much as I do is that it comes with technology that makes it very easy to be able to we charge the razor. I also love the fact that it has two levels of power to be able to cut through different toughness levels of your beard / stubble.
I already mentioned how much I enjoyed the recharging aspects of the razor, but let me expound. This comes with a charging mat. This mat reminds me somewhat to what you would use with a more recent cell phone. By using this mat you no longer have to deal with having a cord connected to your razor. Instead, all you have to do is set the razor on the rechargeable mat and in a very short amount of time the razor is charged back up to full power.
The Philips Norelco S9000 also comes with a very cool carrying case that will not only fit the razor, but the charging mat and cord as well. The case has a hard shell and lets you carry it anywhere without worry.
The Philips Norelco S9000 also cuts close and gives you a much closer shave than other razors I have tried in the past. I have found that with this razor you will not specifically need to use a straight edge to get really close. This cuts well and the result is a shave closer than I have had with other razors.
I highly encourage this razor to all!!
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