Rated 4 out of 5Â by Geoffus61 Good product from reliable manufacturer
Does what it says on the box. Used half a dozen times and no problems as yet.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by badgerhead27 Cooltec is not a gimmick!
I bought this from Debenhams because the price was better than its competitors but had done some research on this and other electric razors from Braun and its competitors as this was my first electric razor as I want to reduce the number of wet shaves.
I wasn't disappointed. The product is well made, is ergonomic to use and clean, and the charging stand is easy to assemble and use charging the shaver quickly.
It can be used in a shower or outside and can be cleaned using water too.
The cooling system doesn't disappoint and does make a difference between a non cooling shave and one with it activated, particularly when your beard is slightly longer for example after the weekend. I would probably allow more time which isn't always feasible on a Monday morning! or have a wet razor and foam handy just in case to get rid of those really stubborn hairs of which there were a couple.
The only downside and its a minor one is that I damaged the foil and couldn't buy one anywhere so had to wait for it to be delivered (don't be tempted to use a broken foil because it will hurt!)
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dicky Recommended by Which
Have not used electric shaver for over 20 years..amazed by how their performance has progressed ....
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