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Shaveman - Electronic Razor with Trimmer

4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Shave 5 bucks Can Buy December 19, 2008
By avoice
This is quite an amazing shaver for the money. At about six dollars it certainly is as inexpensive as you can get. As a shaver, it's very good. No electric shaver shaves as close as a typical blade, so you can only measure against other electrics. This is very good in that category, much closer to the best I've tried than to the worst. I don't know if it's better than shavers costing over $100, but it's plenty good enough in my opinion. It also has a great trimmer, as good as any and better than most. That said, I can't find it retail any more. There is a website but it has no references to dealers and there is no way to make an order onlne. And they don't respond to email, at least my email. The owners are either restructuring or in prison :). I've seen some on Ebay. Last thought, it's battery operated which is good or bad depending on your particular situation. I like that since I can carry it without worrying about looking for an electric plug,
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I have Serbian roots... and so do my whiskers. March 29, 2007
I have tried all manner of disposable razors, five or six electric razors, and have found that they all seem to be designed to beat up my face, rather than give me a clean shave. (I even tried the 'Titamium Turbo T2' (As Seen on TV Titanium Turbo T2 Men's Cordless Electric Razor) -- sorry, folks, you've got a great infomercial, but the product sucks.)

Disposable razors give me a close cut; but tear me up -- and all the other electric razors I have tried (with replacement blades and foils costing upwards of $23) go dull within a few months on my beard.

For some reason, this little electric (the first I've tried that doesn't even recharge -- it uses disposable AA's) has been in service for me for over a year, and I paid less than $10 for it at my local Wal-Mart.

I went looking for another one today because I was just thinking that I should have a spare in the drawer for when mine wears out; but it's lasted longer than other razors that have ended up costing me over $80 (for a shaver and a couple of replacement blade/foil kits before they retire the model and I have to change again anyway).

Wal-Mart doesn't carry this any more -- I've kept an eye open for them for all of this last year (possibly because the margins aren't good enough for them and they would rather sell the name-brand units for more profit). So I'm hoping the ShaveMan folks aren't going out of business or anything.

But I'm happy to recommend this little $10 wonder to anyone else sick of paying too much for shavers that ... wait for it... just don't cut it!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Shaverman razor January 9, 2005
I have used many portable and rechargeable electric razors. I recently purchased a Shaveman razor and was very pleased with the product. It operated as well as advertised and was an excellent backup for my regular razor. I found my Shaveman on sale at WalGren's drugstore on sale for a dollar off their regular price at a price less than I usually pay for replacement blade foil covers for my regular razor. $5.99. I have paid $20 for a replacement Foil set for my regular razor so, this price was nearly 75% less and the Shaveman performed nearly as well as my more expensive models. An excellent temporary replacement or a razor to throw in the gym bag, glove box, or desk drawer at work! Bob, Panama City, FL
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars can't beat it for the price December 5, 2012
i bought my shaveman when it first came out in 2002 or 2003, and while i know others that replaced them a few times since then, mine has worked all the way until 5 minutes ago. i paid less than 7 dollars for mine and have no complaints for the price that was paid.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Where can I buy a shaveman July 16, 2012
By wizard
Let the ShaveMan return to shelves!Shaving each morning, they each have lasted 3-4 years without a defective part..using rechargeable batteries.Brand name electric shavers don't come close to the quality,cost,and durability of the ShaveMan.
Since I have not located another ShaveMan,options include buying a throw away name brand electric shaver at 3-5x the cost,cut my skin with a razor,or grow a beard.Some people say your facial expressions communicate more than your words.I like texting because people cannot misinterpret my face.Maybe it is time to cover my face to prevent misinterpretations.Reducing the mirror throughput time in the morning makes cents to me.
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