This is the third style of bald head shavers I’ve owned and used. The 7D Head Shaver, KENSEN 5 in 1 Bald Head Shavers for Men is by far the best. I won’t mention the first two by name because when I had them they worked fine and this review is not meant to knock them but to tell you why I like the 7D shaver better.
There’s a reason for the saying “two heads are better than one.” In this case seven shaver heads are better than five or six. You really get a better shave. The battery charge indicator is helpful to know when your shaver needs to be recharged. The housing design is comfortable to hold. BONUS – I didn’t purchase this brand (or package) because of the attachments but have found them to be useful, especially the mustache and beard trimer, and the nose hair trimmer. The trimmers don’t trim as nicely as the individual trimmers I use but when traveling they do come in handy instead of logging three different items.
An important thing you should consider is that, IMHO – in my humble opinion, a powered shaver does not give you the smooth shave a razor does. I have found that a power shaver gives you a close shave but you will have a very slight/little bit of fine stubble left. It’s acceptable just not perfectly smooth. So, keeping that in mind…
Most shavers are rechargeable with a USB cable, they can be used while in the shower and are easy to clean; just rinse them off while in the shower. The differences are the manufacturer; design (how it fits in your hand); number of shaving heads; the battery life and customer service. The second shaver I had stopped taking a charge. The company I purchased it from immediately sent me a replacement. I was blown away and impressed. The battery life will vary slightly and wasn’t a concern with all of my purchases. Besides, being rechargeable with a USB cable you shouldn’t be to far off without a charged battery.
I like mine and think you’re going to like the 7D Head Shaver, KENSEN 5 in 1 Bald Head Shavers for Men.