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Panasonic 4-Blade Men's Electric Shaver Wet/Dry with Flexible Pivoting Foil Head £52.58 @ ozaroo / eBay
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Panasonic 4-Blade Men's Electric Shaver Wet/Dry with Flexible Pivoting Foil Head £52.58 @ ozaroo / eBay

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Posted 18th Jan

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Scored 79% in Which? compared to 80% for a Philips 9000. Also scored higher than the new Braun Series 9 9390.
I can recommend this shaver. I've moved over from Philips Aquatec and definitely prefer this. And at this price it's really a bargain.

Suitable for wet and dry use, the Panasonic ES-RF31 S shaver has a 4-blade cutting system with sharp nano edged blades for a comfortable close shave. A flexible pivoting head follows the curves and contours of the neck and jaw area for smooth and accurate results. It also has a pop-up trimmer for shaping sideburns, moustaches and beards. The Panasonic ES-RF31S delivers 45 minutes of cordless usage per charge and is fully washable, just run it under water to clean. (Corrected model number)
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I moved from a Braun 7 series to a Panasonic a few weeks ago and couldn't be happier with the move.
What model number is this I’m trying to find reviews thankyou
I don’t have which magazine sorry
I would be interested to know what the differences are between ES-RF31@ £56.00 and the ES-RT31S


All I do know is that Shavers.co.uk are pretty clued up on electric razors and when you put ES-RT31S into their search bar the search results is

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Edited by: "OllieSt" 18th Jan
Panasonic shavers are the best.
specially higher end models
OllieSt18/01/2020 10:03

I would be interested to know what the differences are between ES-RF31@ …I would be interested to know what the differences are between ES-RF31@ £56.00 and the ES-RT31SAll I do know is that Shavers.co.uk are pretty clued up on electric razors and when you put ES-RT31S into their search bar the search results is This item is no longer available to buy. Please check the site for current, similar items


i assume this is actually the RF31 - if you follow the link to ebay the item specifics list it as the RF31 but the description says RT31 which as you say is a discontinued 3 blade model.
Shavers.co.uk seem to have it at £56 so this is slightly cheaper.

i recently bought the LV65 from shavers.co.uk and cant fault either the shaver or the seller
Hadn't touched a electric razor in years. Bought myself the Panasonic's arc v . Wow bloody good shave . Defo recommend Panasonic
garbagerich18/01/2020 11:15

Hadn't touched a electric razor in years. Bought myself the Panasonic's …Hadn't touched a electric razor in years. Bought myself the Panasonic's arc v . Wow bloody good shave . Defo recommend Panasonic


Which model is that how much did you pay ? Cheers
Got mine from shavers.co.uk before Xmas £89.99 Panasonic arc v 5 blades no charging station. You don't need the station
Model no. is ES-RF31S. I've corrected this in the original post.
My father is on his second Panasonic shaver, first I bought him was a sub £35 Panasonic ES-RT37 3 foil Shaver which has a high speed 10,000 rpm rotary motor, and his current is a £50 es-ll21, which has a linear motor (basically a solenoid and some permanent magnets and electronics to make it go and adjust the power for thicker growth).

Both take the same set of foils and blades, the blades on his es-rt37 were blunt after a couple of years and the price of a set of foils and blades was within 3 quid of a new rt37, so I encouraged him to get a whole new shaver and he decided to give a linear motor model a go, its 13,000 cut per minute, which I think means it is the equivalent speed of a 6,500 rpm motor.


He really rated the shave from both of them as the best shaver he'd had, his current one certainly shaves him closer, quicker and better than my Remington shaves me. The linear motor on his new one makes a sound like a deranged mosquito though.
I have no problem recommending Panasonic shavers.
I switched 15 months ago from a Braun Series 7 to a Panasonic ES-LV 65, as i found the Braun foils to be extremely poor.
A foil seemed to be lasting me 3 to 4 months at most (i even had 2 replaced under warranty by Braun, after complaining to them) and at around £30 per replacement, i had had enough.

I have just replaced the foil and cutter block on my Panasonic for the first time as the blades were getting blunt, but the foil was still going strong, 15 months on.
I wonder if this is better than my Philips S3000 ?
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