Remington electric shavers are inexpensive, but they are certainly not cheap in terms of quality and performance. Remington has been making electric shavers for more than 75 years and there are hundreds of thousands of men who are completely satisfied with their Remington shavers.
Remington primarily makes entry level and mid level electric shavers. So if you are looking for a “no frills” shaver you might well find that Remington has the best deal in the marketplace for that kind of electric razor.
Top Remington Electric Shavers
- Remington XR1370 Hyper Series (Review) – Many have noted that the New Remington XR1370 is the highest quality rotary shaver Remington have ever made. This is truly an evolved, state of the art, Hyper-flex shaver that guarantees you the best shaving experience. The ergonomic design and innovation speaks to its performance, it is ideal for all types of hairs.
- Remington FR-730 (Review) – This is an underrated shaver with so many good attributes. It may not be the best shaver on the market, yet for the kind of price, it offers excellent value. The FR-730 is ideal for those with a lighter beard and who don’t want to spend money on a shaver with a lot of unnecessary features.
Remington F5 5800 (Review)– This is a popular entry level shaver at a very affordable price. Rating more than 4 stars from over 1600 reviews, it provides a close shave without offering all of the advanced features of the more expensive market leading Electric razors
- Remington F5790 Foil Shaver (Review) – A low budget, basic design, Electric Shaver for those with a light beard.
As mentioned earlier, Remington shavers were, historically, very popular. In the 60’s, they were the first to introduced cordless rechargeable shavers. They also made another breakthrough by incorporating a flexing foil system in the mid 70’s.
Remington shavers are primarily divided into two categories – F series and R series. The F series are foil shavers and the R series are rotary shavers. They don’t have the markets very best electric shavers but they are an excellent choice when your needs are basic.
It’s worth noting that Remington shavers are not design to last 6 – 7 years like the other top brands. But not everyone would like to stick with a shaver that long. Some people are happy paying $30 – $50 for a shaver that will last a year or two, when they are still getting a close and comfortable shave.
Where closeness is concerned, Remington shavers are the best choice if you are looking for entry level ($20 – $50) electric shavers. They usually out-perform shavers from other top brands in this end of the market.