While not traditionally giving you as close a shave, electric razors are still the razor of choice for frequent travelers, busy professionals and lazy college students. Thankfully, their ability to give you the closeness of a blade shave with none of the hassle has gotten exponentially better in recent years.
Bullz-Eye Features and Reviews
Whether you preferring shaving with an electric razor, a modern multi-blade razor or an old-school razor, we've got you covered with tips and product reviews in this thread from our blog.
June 3, 2013
With the new Click & Style, regardless of your preferences, you’ll have one handy tool that can help you take care of business.
November 15, 2012
With facial hair making a comeback, the Styleshaver helps you express any style you choose with a flexible beard groomer.
May 9, 2012
If you're in the market for a new electric razor, you should consider the all-new and waterproof Panasonic Arc3 Shaver.
December 3, 2010
The shave with this electric razor is practically effortless and it results in a very smooth shave.
History Of Electric Razors
75th Anniversary of the Electric Razor
It was 75 years ago this month that someone decided that sticking a motorized blade to your face would be a good idea. Two surprising facts about that man: A. He didn’t die of massive blood loss, and B: He was Jacob Schick, the founder of the company that bares his name.
The Life and Razors of Jacob Schick
Another article on the life of Jacob Schick, this one features some amazing pictures of his early electric shaver creations, which were giant monstrosities that utilized motors so big that they had to be held in separate cases!
Everything you’ll ever want to know about the history of electric razors (and it must be ton) can be found on this convenient and easy-to-navigate site. In addition to its informative article on the history of electric razors, this site also includes links to countless reviews of razors.
Technical Info & How-To Fix It Guides
How Stuff Works
Electric razors sure have come a long way since then, and if you’re really interested as to what makes yours tick, Howstuffworks.com has cracked open their Norelco to take a look inside. It’s interesting, but I’m willing to bet that totally voids the warranty.
It’s highly unlikely that the beaded Bob Vila has ever used an electric shaver. Regardless, the man knows how to fix stuff, and if you’ve ever been in the unfortunate position of your shaver breaking down, then you’ll appreciate this handy manual explaining how to fix them.
Norelco’s electric shavers are going high-tech in a big way. Many of their newer models feature self-cleaning attachments, multiple LED displays, charging stands that double as clocks and much more. If George Jetson had to shave, he’d probably use of their products.
When I was young I remember their commercial with the owner of the company declaring that “I liked it so much I bought the company.” His name was Victor Klam, and he’s dead. But that hasn’t discouraged millions of men out there from buying their electric razors from Remington, because they’re still the number one seller of them in the country.
If you use electric shaver, then you’re probably not the most patient guy in the world. Braun knows this and has been making self-cleaning razors for the man-on-the-go for years now.
Electric Shaver Store
A great online store dedicated to electric shavers and nothing else. You can even order replacement parts and handy accessories here.
There are USB-powered coffee mug warmers, lava lamps and sex toys, so why not an electric razor? The actual usefulness of this item may be debated, but it could make you the envy of hairy computer geeks everywhere.