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To which, controlling my tongue, I replied, “I will give it an accurate review.”

And to be fair my past experiences with other brands don’t really count so apologies to them – we will seek out different brands to review.

Before I wrote this review, I also read up on the latest top-drawer Braun Series-9, Philips Norelco, Remington etc.

I concluded that Braun is also at the top of the heap although its forte is a gentle shave.

Philips is like a Swiss Army knife with add-on trimmers and facial brushes. It is a rotary cutter, and that does not suit my face although it is apparently good for unruly and wispy hair.

Remington gets the nod for affordable razors that do a good job but don’t have the longevity of the others.

Panasonic gets the gong for not pulling hair (like a rotary can do) and a clean, close-cut even with thick stubble.

All I can say is that for my face/beard/skin type, I am 100% satisfied.

The Panasonic ES-LV6Q and ES-LV9Q review samples were returned to Panasonic – damn

Panasonic ES-LV6Q and ES-LV9Q shavers – smooth as a baby’s b…
Name: Panasonic ES-LV6Q and ES-LV9Q Price (RRP): $599.95/649.95 Manufacturer: Panasonic
Large 5-blade head45 minute battery life on 1 hour chargeBuild quality and longevityPremium shave and shaver
Problably would not spend extra $50 to get the automatic cleaner/charger
Value for money
Ease of Use
4.8Overall Score
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