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This beast will devour those fine hairs like it was nobody's business leaving your skin silky smooth. However, if you have longer hair the triple blades will miss over some. I do not recommend using the pop out trimmer for longer hair in the genital area as the big head blocks line of sight and can make using the razor… see more This beast will devour those fine hairs like it was nobody's business leaving your skin silky smooth. However, if you have longer hair the triple blades will miss over some. I do not recommend using the pop out trimmer for longer hair in the genital area as the big head blocks line of sight and can make using the razor feel awkward. For longer hair I would recommend dedicated electric clippers like the Remington PG6025. see less
By Nathan on March 23, 2016
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The shaver and packaging say 'made in China', so I'd say not made in Japan
By tony maher on December 28, 2013
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The lock button keeps the razor from being accidentally turned on while traveling. I don't think it's that big of a concern. My husband carried this in his backpack on the plane and all around our vacation (in the little carrier bag) and had no problems. Never turned on; battery good. So it all depends on how rough … see more The lock button keeps the razor from being accidentally turned on while traveling. I don't think it's that big of a concern. My husband carried this in his backpack on the plane and all around our vacation (in the little carrier bag) and had no problems. Never turned on; battery good. So it all depends on how rough you are and if you want to pay more for that feature. see less
By amiatree on February 5, 2014
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Mine is fine!
Even tells me with a dripping faucet icon when to clean it...
Best razor I've ever had. And I'm 71. So I think I know.

By wins on February 19, 2013
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I have very sensitive skin around my neck and this is the first razor that does not cause major irritation. I have a Norelco, a Povos and a Remington and the Panasonic is by far the best electric razor I have ever used. I will be using it exclusively in the future. Really well made and holds a charge better than aby of… see more I have very sensitive skin around my neck and this is the first razor that does not cause major irritation. I have a Norelco, a Povos and a Remington and the Panasonic is by far the best electric razor I have ever used. I will be using it exclusively in the future. Really well made and holds a charge better than aby of my others. Hope this answers your question. Bruce see less
By Bruce Stockberger on February 24, 2013
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I only wet shave with mine in the shower and I use a bar soap like Irish Spring. Works great.
By Willie on November 20, 2013
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I seem to remember a similar question and the answer involved voltage selections for foreign travel. If that is still important to you
should go to PANASONIC . COM and give them a call. I wish you the best in this endeavor. ROD S.

By Rod S. on June 10, 2014
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No, but I would guess that it might not work so well. I shave with it and it gives an OK shave but leaves many longer hairs on the neck. I would think that longer hair would be hard to catch on your scalp. ps when I need a close shave I use my regular razor. Hope this helps!
By Mike D. on November 20, 2013
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3.5 years and still nearly as good as new. Never replaced anything. The battery still charges very well but needs to be charged slightly more often (once every week to ten days as opposed to every two weeks when brand new) and a couple of the little bars in the lcd display have faded making it a little hard to tell t… see more 3.5 years and still nearly as good as new. Never replaced anything. The battery still charges very well but needs to be charged slightly more often (once every week to ten days as opposed to every two weeks when brand new) and a couple of the little bars in the lcd display have faded making it a little hard to tell the difference between 60% and 80%. By far the best shaver I've owned in 35 years see less
By Ray D. Krueger Koplin on June 3, 2014