Reddit Reddit reviews Electric Razor for Men by Braun, M90 Mobile Electric Shaver, Precision Trimmer, Washable, Black/Silver

We found 13 Reddit comments about Electric Razor for Men by Braun, M90 Mobile Electric Shaver, Precision Trimmer, Washable, Black/Silver. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Electric Razor for Men by Braun, M90 Mobile Electric Shaver, Precision Trimmer, Washable, Black/Silver
Wide Floating Foil - for close comfortable shavingThe electric razor is washable - easy cleaning under running waterPrecision trimmer- use the extendable long hair trimmer for exact trimming of side burns and moustaches.The shavers come with a twist cap which protects the foil when not in useThe electric shaver is battery Operated (AA batteries included)
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13 Reddit comments about Electric Razor for Men by Braun, M90 Mobile Electric Shaver, Precision Trimmer, Washable, Black/Silver:

u/SuperConfused · 5 pointsr/malegrooming

That really depends on what type of shaver you are looking for. If you are looking for a beard/mustache trimmer, Braun Cruzer 6 Beard & Head Trimmer. If you are looking for a set of hair clippers, I would go with a Wahl Professional 8290.
If you are looking for a foil shaver, I would go with a Panasonic ES7035SC Triple Blade Pro-Curve Wet/Dry, or the Panasonic ES-SA40-K Pro Curve Wet/Dry Shaver If you are looking for a portable shaver for the gym or car, I like the Braun M90 Mobile Shaver. If you are looking for a rotary shaver, I would try either the Philips Norelco PT730 PowerTouch if you need a built in flip up trimmer, and a Philips Norelco PT720 PowerTouch if you do not.
Someone suggested the iStubble from Conair. I would not get this, unless you want to replace the unit after 18 months or so. I have never had luck with Conair products, and I know no cosmetologists who recommend them either. I have actually asked them when I was looking for a set of clippers. The all said Wahl Professional, unless I wanted to spend some serious money.

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/traaaaaaannnnnnnnnns

Get a cordless foil razor and keep it with you, takes 30 seconds to do a quick touch-up and no cleanup necessary unlike bladed razors.

u/CarryOnRTW · 3 pointsr/onebag
u/CWarner818 · 2 pointsr/onebag

I've been using these for 13 years. They last forever if you use lithium AA batteries in them, and for a few dollars more you can get one with a pop-out trimmer.

u/ImAGrizzlyBear · 1 pointr/bicycletouring

I would advise letting it go, but if you must use something this is the one I've used for years.

u/Aqua-Tech · 1 pointr/backpacking

Good question! I prefer electric as well. I don't have a travel one but I'd like to get one. I'll look around and am looking forward to other replies.


Edit2: Strongly considering this guy.

u/R_FN_S1R1US · 1 pointr/army

Anyone know if battery operated shavers are allowed at BCT ? I can’t shave with a manual razor for shit and would prefer to not fuck over my platoon with my stubble

This is the one I was thinking about getting

u/outfromtheashes · 1 pointr/wicked_edge

When I was a Mormon missionary, I had to shave daily. I kept this in the car in case I forgot in the morning or didn't have time.

u/Horace__Wimp · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Braun MobileShave M-90 gets a lot of love on this group. Outperforms my $150 Panasonic.

u/cute_polarbear · 1 pointr/AskMen

electric. once in the morning before work and once at night before bed. 30 seconds each time. cheap, quick, easy to get replacement blade. if it breaks (haven't so far, 3 years+), just get another one. Used to shave with standard razor, much more time consuming and i tend to get ingrown hair or irritated hair follicle, occasionally). mentioned by OP, electric razor tend to be harsher on skin. So I spend money on good facial moisturizer (need to do that anyway to maintain good skin).

u/redaftrp · 1 pointr/AirForce

I keep one of these in my glove box and one in my desk drawer, just in case I forget to shave before PT in the morning, or if my face feels rough halfway through the day.

u/Unibrow · 1 pointr/wicked_edge

Life happens, alarms fail, and schedules are cut short.
I use one of these when I'm forced to shave at stop lights.
I do everything in my power to make sure this never happens though.

/ I like the fact that it runs on AA batteries since I always have a fresh set nearby.

u/daeatenone · 1 pointr/onebag

I picked one of these almost 5 years ago @ a drug store and damn thing won't die (I have the older model, this one looks better). It's a foil-style saver that's waterproof and takes 2 AAA batteries. It's best if you shave every day since it's awful for longer facial hair. That said, it's relatively compact, really durable, doesn't require oil/cream and gets the job done well enough while traveling. I have not had to do anything but replace the batteries and rinse it out every now and then since 2012.