Philips Norelco Electric Shaver 7500 for Sensitive Skin

 

With less pain, the new Philips Norelco Series 7000 offers the most relaxed shave. To minimise friction, the Comfort Rings slide easily over your skin, while the GentleTrack blades cut every hair for exceptionally smooth skin. Automatic – 100-240 V voltage.

Philips’ No.1 on sensitive skin – Comfort for a smooth glide with anti-friction coating
Gentle Precision Blade Device – Protects the skin on long, short and flat-lying hair when cutting extremely near.
To follow every curve of your face and neck for a more relaxed shave, Dynamic Flex heads shift easily in 5 directions.
You may enjoy a relaxed dry shave or a relaxing wet shave with gel or foam with AquaTec technology – even in the tub.
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Positive review of customer about Philips Norelco Shaver 7500

Nice Norelco for sensitive skin and for foam or gel application. “Comfort Rings” are very good at reducing discomfort and using shaving cream to minimise friction gliding over your face. It is lighter (5.8 oz) than the 9700 (6.1 oz), and for smaller hands, it is slightly shorter and slimmer. The colour scheme applies to the heads, which (to me is an appealing improvement over silver or black, and the combination of white/grey/blue reveals less (eventually) soap or hard water film than the 9700 or 9300 black body. Driving or washing at about the same noise level. The 7500 is significantly cheaper – around $100 cheaper – than the 9700. In the identical-appearing SmartClean station, it uses the same SmartClean cartridges, a plus, and the cleaning time runs just as long. ghfghf

The station icons of the 7500 SmartClean are brighter and easier to read, although less of them are on/off, washing, charging, done. Replacement heads are slightly cheaper, and are estimated to last about the same – about a year. In the 7500 – SH70 vs SH90 – the cutters are slightly different and seem to provide a more relaxed shave by comparison, but I can’t say if the cutters or the Comfort Rings are the main factor in the difference; they just work. The 7500 uses similar accessories to the 9700 (they can even be interchangeable, although the connectors appear slightly different), and the 7500 can easily be replaced by individual cutting head replacements (SH70). Both shavers use Li-Ion batteries, both of which recharge in about an hour, and both have shaving time of about an hour. They are both quality-built razors manufactured in the Netherlands.

Negative review of customer about Philips Norelco Shaver 7500

You buy a product that is very good sometimes, except for 1 thing! This product seemed like a winner. It’s a light, strong engine that fits in your hand well. For at least 20 years now, I have been using Norelco shavers. I’ve updated to a new model any time I need a new one, typically choosing one at the higher end of the scale. It seemed that this fit the bill. But the FATAL FLAW is here – the shaving heads are further apart than the previous ones.

I have the XL Speed 9160 at the moment and it’s fine, but the battery is wearing down and now they’re very bad when I get new heads, I guess Norelco has them made cheap somewhere now. But, due to success in the past, I wanted to be a faithful customer. In fact, I have the 7700, which is slightly newer to the 7500 model, but looks exactly the same. I can usually only get 1 of the 3 rotors in full contact with my face when I press the shaving head against my face. Owing to the curve of the form of the head, the others are only partially in contact. This leads me to have to go through areas to get a clean shave even more times. Not exactly desirable when in the morning you’re in a rush. I’m torn on whether or not to give it up. Otherwise it would be a good shaver.

 

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