This ‘Smart Shaver’ Can Adapt To Your Facial Hair And Also Cleans Itself

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People really love this electric shaver (which happens to be nearly half off right now). On Amazon, nearly 5,000 customers have reviewed it with over 70 percent of them giving it a perfect 5 out of 5 stars. To give you a sense of people’s infatuation with this shaver, here are some of the review titles: “remarkable,” “one of the few products where it pays to get the best,” and “Wow wow, wow!!!! Did I say Wow ?????”

Wow. What’s so great about this shaver? Apparently it is the only shaver to use sonic technology, which means it automatically increases power in difficult areas and on denser hair. It has four shaving elements and five shaving modes, so it is fully customizable to whatever your personal skin and facial hair situation is.

But the thing people love most of all is the clean and charge station. You never again have to worry about banging and scraping the hair out of your shaver after each use – just stick it into the charging station and it cleans out the hair automatically!

Normally $290, this electric foil shaver is 47 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $290, this electric foil shaver is 47 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Braun Series 7 790cc Cordless Electric Foil Shaver for Men with Clean and Charge Station on sale for $154.32

You can use this shaver for 50 minutes straight without recharging, then, when you recharge, the device is automatically cleaned hygienically with alcohol. The next day, it seems like you are using a whole new shaver. Now, that’s what I call German engineering.

The Smart Shaver (Photo via Amazon)

The Smart Shaver (Photo via Amazon)

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