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The Panasonic ES8103S comes up on newegg for $40 and is twice the shave this is. The ARC 3 is ok, it'll get the job done, the ES8103S is amazing, best electric I've owned and I've had several Brauns, Norelco and Remmington.
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The Panasonic ES8103S comes up on newegg for $40 and is twice the shave this is. The ARC 3 is ok, it'll get the job done, the ES8103S is amazing, best electric I've owned and I've had several Brauns, Norelco and Remmington.
Both are listed as Arc3, whats the difference?

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The Panasonic ES8103S comes up on newegg for $40 and is twice the shave this is. The ARC 3 is ok, it'll get the job done, the ES8103S is amazing, best electric I've owned and I've had several Brauns, Norelco and Remmington.
Shows $61.77 for me
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Both are listed as Arc3, whats the difference?

Panasonic ES8103S Arc3 Men's Electric Shaver
The one posted is a budget model with slow motor and a budget foil. The difference in shaving is huge.

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Shows $61.77 for me
Operative words are "comes up"
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How does it compare to ES-LT41-K Arc3??
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I've owned and I've had several Brauns, Norelco and Remmington.
I owned serveral brands as well. Remmington used non lit-ion battery, so that was waste of money. Best value was panasonic and Norelco. Norelco for rotary and panasonic for foil shaver.
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This is not good quality product. Regret of buying this during same last deal. Stay away.
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Operative words are "comes up"
Would you be willing to share the link to the $40 price for the ES8103S? Or is the price limited to you? Not trying to be snarky, I just don't understand where you are getting it for $40.
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Would you be willing to share the link to the $40 price for the ES8103S? Or is the price limited to you? Not trying to be snarky, I just don't understand where you are getting it for $40.
https://slickdeals.net/f/11097799-panasonic-es8103s-3-blade-wet-dry-electric-shaver-with-nanotech-blades-newegg-com-39-99?v=1&src=SiteSearch

Do a search it goes on sale at least once a month. Add an alert and wait patiently.
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Evening I have a question/query/boggle
If any of you gentlemen would do me a kindness and offer wisdom..
Id like to buy my hubby an electric shaver but he isnt keen on them he always said they hurt and rip his face off...and kinda pulls at his facial hair... ( slight exaggeration his face is still intact ) but he shaves every 2 to 3 days.. Im a chick... I know nothing except it looks painful when he shaves his dial anyway and I thought electric was the way to go. Does anyone have advice or experience with their face being ripped off so to speak.. some degree of pain? Or is a transition - but a handy one and I want to buy him "the top of the wazza" one (just incase - that be an aussie term for the best one out there) but if its painful... well theres other things I can buy for that like legos for the carpet....which is funny for me to watch....
Hes folicularly challenged on his noggin, the 3 day growth is maybe 3-4mm (metric yes) its not sparse its a great coverage and he cant stand 5 days without a shave..thats because hes my weirdo I guess!? so those are the stats... can anyone relate? Or advise best Electric Razor to get him..?
Any advice is Muchly appreciated
Cheers Gents
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Evening I have a question/query/boggle
If any of you gentlemen would do me a kindness and offer wisdom..
Id like to buy my hubby an electric shaver but he isnt keen on them he always said they hurt and rip his face off...and kinda pulls at his facial hair... ( slight exaggeration his face is still intact ) but he shaves every 2 to 3 days.. Im a chick... I know nothing except it looks painful when he shaves his dial anyway and I thought electric was the way to go. Does anyone have advice or experience with their face being ripped off so to speak.. some degree of pain? Or is a transition - but a handy one and I want to buy him "the top of the wazza" one (just incase - that be an aussie term for the best one out there) but if its painful... well theres other things I can buy for that like legos for the carpet....which is funny for me to watch....
Hes folicularly challenged on his noggin, the 3 day growth is maybe 3-4mm (metric yes) its not sparse its a great coverage and he cant stand 5 days without a shave..thats because hes my weirdo I guess!? so those are the stats... can anyone relate? Or advise best Electric Razor to get him..?
Any advice is Muchly appreciated
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As far as I know. Panasonic shavers tend to be more gentle. YMMV
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As far as I know. Panasonic shavers tend to be more gentle. YMMV
Thanks so much, I will be reading reviews and trying to know what is best. Would you say wet/dry is better or is that just convenient? Thanks again for responding Im only new here and this is one of the nicest communities Ive ever seen online. AND BARGAINS. Smilie
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Thanks so much, I will be reading reviews and trying to know what is best. Would you say wet/dry is better or is that just convenient? Thanks again for responding Im only new here and this is one of the nicest communities Ive ever seen online. AND BARGAINS. Smilie
I always go through dry, when you use a electric razor with wet skin it ends to cut more skin than hair. There is a adjustment period from using shaving cream + razor to electric razor. I think for me it was like 1-2 weeks.
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