Philips Norelco SensoTouch 3D
In our testing, the performance of this razor was “unmatched,” with “virtually zero hair-tugging” even through three-day stubble. Because the head flexes and tilts, it “doesn’t miss a single curve on your face.”
Philips Norelco Click & Style
Our testers preferred this Norelco overall. It comes with three detachable heads, for shaving, styling, and trimming. It’s a bare-bones choice, but it won’t pinch skin or pull hairs, which is what matters most in an electric razor.
Source: Men’s Health
Gillette Fusion ProGlide Styler
This “lean and light” shaver is three tools in one: electric trimmer, body-hair groomer, and manual razor. Its power mode ranks “a step up” from pricier options, and its manual blade is always there to deliver a close final pass.
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Remington Smooth & Silky
Our favorite electric razor for women has two rows of blades for regular shaving plus a flexible trimmer for the bikini area and stray hairs. The flexible hypoallergenic foils protect against nicks and cuts.
Source: Real Simple
ShaveTech USB Travel Shaver
This compact razor might be the best choice for grooming on the go. “About the size of a smartphone,” it packs easily into a pocket or bag, and it has a foldout USB connector for easy recharging via laptop or any other USB-equipped device.