Philips Norelco 8020X
Unique shaver combines Nivea moisturizer dispensing system with advanced shaving technologyThe flex tracker automatically tracks the curves... Read More
Unique shaver combines Nivea moisturizer dispensing system with advanced shaving technologyThe flex tracker automatically tracks the curves of your face and helps to protect against skin irritationThe shaving heads have unique glide rings to help the shaver move smoothly over your faceRubber anti-slip grip panelCharge time: 8 hours; shaving time: 30 minutes Minimize
Product Review Summary
5 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 24, 2007
I love it!
Pros: Closest shave I've had with minimal irritation. Great design.
Cons: Shaving conditioner is limited to one scent. Charging time.
If you have sensitive skin and want a close shave, get it! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 25, 2008
Pros: No irritation, Helped my skin clear up, No mess, Use anywhere
Cons: No fully charged light
Until I used this product I hated shaving, now I find myself just shaving at the computer. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 22, 2008
We Don't Need No Stink'n Stubble
Pros: * Wet and dry shave * Economical * Nivea for Men is a great product
Cons: * Doesn't catch hair * No indicator when fully charged * Eight hours to charge
The bottom line is if you want to make shaving an enjoyable experience, do yourself a favor and pick up one of these shavers. Your face will thank you! Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 22, 2009
Phillips Noelco 8020X Great Entry Level Arcitec
Pros: Convienence, decent shave, less shaver burn, no cuts, and less expensive to operate.
Cons: None yet
For an electric shaver, I would highly reccomend this item, and I don't know why you would want to spend more on a similar product. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 29, 2008
Good but not great
Pros: Wet shave and lotion for a soft feel afterward
Cons: Not as close as it should be
Buy if you are an easy shave or have mild/moderate sensitive skin. If you have extremely sensitive skin, find something better and let me know what it is. Read More at Epinions.com