Philips Norelco 9300 Electric Shaver Review in 2022 Moo Review

If you’re running close to zero, a quick five minute charge will be enough to get you through your next shave. Billed as the world’s most efficient shaver, all we know is that it does cut shaving time into a fraction of the time with other electric razors. There’s even Sonic Technology that lifts hair to deliver a closer shave in less time.

The Philips Norelco OneBlade is the latter — but it’s incredibly good at both jobs, especially considering its affordability. For $35, there’s a ton of tech packaged into this juiced-up disposable razor. On the front part right below the shaving unit, you’ll find a small button that pops open the shaver head for cleaning. As with the more expensive Braun models, this Remington comes with a two-year warranty. Remington recommends annual replacement of the shaver’s cutting block and foil, which are sold as a combo pack for about $20. And the Series 7 offers the best mix of effectiveness, features, and affordability of the line.

Philips Norelco Shaver

All electric shavers have their flaws and with practice you will definitely learn to get the most out of your shaver. The shaver is perhaps the quietest out of all the high end electric shavers we tested, even at the highest speed setting. Change shaver head – Lights up once a year to remind you to change the shaving heads. The Philips 9000 Series features what is known as a rotary shaver head, unlike the foil head offered by Braun Series 9 and Panasonic Arc 5.

Opening up the envelope reveals an instruction manual for your brand new shaver and a sheet to order replacement heads. Ideally, you’d Braun Series 5 clean it after every use to keep the blazes sharp. Some razors come with things like cleaning stations to help you remember.

Among electric razors under $50, the Remington F outperformed lower-end Braun and Panasonic models in our testing. Foil-based systems use one or more cutting blocks mounted beneath the thin metal head. The foil’s perforations guide the whiskers into the block, where a pair of opposing Braun Series 5 blades slice them off. The action is more like what you’d get from a pair of scissors than from a knife. Rotary shavers use similar perforated surfaces to guide whiskers toward their cutters, but instead of snipping, hundreds of tiny blades slice hairs with a circular motion.

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The Philips Norelco 9800 is essentially a cheaper 9700 without the cleaning dock. Instead of a cleaning dock you are given a multi-length beard trimmer, similar to the one found on the 5700, which isn’t all that great. Over all, I highly recommend the 9300 and 9700 shavers if your neck and beard hairs grow in all directions. The circular motions coupled Philips Norelco Shaver with the shaving head placement missed far fewer long hairs on me than the high end models offered by Braun and Panasonic. You cannot use Philips shavers while on charge and the 9300 and 9700 are no exception. Pressing the ON button while the shaver is charging will result in the battery indicator flashing and two quick beeps will sound.

You can edge by inverting the blade and pressing it to your skin. When you’re shaving, the OneBlade goes flat against your skin and can go in either direction. Tilting it to an angle, to where the coated teeth are against your skin, you can sharpen your beard’s edges or carve out a mustache .