But when you go into a drugstore to find an electric razor, junk stuff costs three-quarters of what this costs. So, for the price, considering the alternatives on today's drugstore shelves, money well spent. After over a month of using this tiger, I won't hesitate to give this razor a big thumbs up recommendation (29APR12) Note: For continued close shaves, I recommend brush cleaning the blade set every week or two. Hair and debris builds up under the blades, raising the blades away from the skin in the process, preventing the closest possible shave. Yes, agreed, it's a pain to clean the blades but doing so, for me, immediately restores the close shave feeling I look for in an electric shave. Update information. Recently (Mar 12) I used the razor on an eight day vacation and didn't need to charge the razor. I'm still using the original blade set and getting what I consider to be a close shave. And yes, FWIW, close at hand, I have a new set of blades and currently find no need to replace the original set of blades. :) Hope the above helps.
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Later, inspired by weaponry he saw in the service, Schick went to work to develop the Magazine Repeating Razor, and in 1925 he started a company of the same name. The razors design used the principles of repeating firearms, and blades were sold in clips and loaded into the razor, without ever having to touch them. Although the Magazine Repeating Razor did well in the marketplace, Schick went back to developing the dry electric razor, and in 1927 his invention was fully marketable. So sure was he of the electric dry shavers potential, Schick sold the assets of his razor company in 1928 in order to capitalize the new invention. In 1929 the dry shaver went on the market and in 1930 the firm was incorporated as Schick Dry Shaver, Inc. Although the early electric razor did not meet widespread acceptance, as Schick had hoped, he was able to open a factory in Stamford which employed 100 people. The business grew steadily as new models were introduced, and in 1940 Schick Dry Shaver was incorporated in Delaware as Rainbow, Inc. In 1946 the name was changed to Schick, Inc., and in 1981 Norelco took over operations. Today, Norelco is located where Schick operated his electric shaver factory in Stamford. LEARN MORE Schick, Jacob.
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