I don’t sell shavers on this site so I can write totally unbiased reviews of the shavers I like or dislike. I will sometimes provide you with a link where you can buy a shaver I recommend, but I’ll only ever do that if I think it’s a great deal. Bear in mind though that I might earn a small commission if you click on the link and buy a shaver, so please don’t feel obliged to buy thru the links I offer.
Or, it turns out, efficient. Just as electric shaving technology remains unchanged at its core, so have the questions men pose about the practice. In its very first review of electric shavers, dated October 1936, Consumer Reports focused (as we did) on both closeness and comfort, with not-so-awesome results. In the story, entitled “Three Electric Shavers – One Works,” reviewers were asked whether the Schick—the one that worked—or either of a pair of terrible competitors were worth their $15 price tags (), whether they could shave as well as a blade, and whether they were less irritating. The summary? Probably not, no, and hardly.