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Panasonic Arc5 Shaver for Men & Replacement Outer Foul/Inner Blade Set ES-LV65-S,WES9032P

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Replacement Combo Set of Outer Foil and Inner Blade on ES-LV61-A, ES-LV81-K, ES-LV65 and ES-LV95 Men’s Razors
It is recommended that you replace the Outer Foil and Inner Blades every year to maintain the cutting edge
Sharp Men’s Shaver Blades: Panasonic Arc5 men’s electric shaver with five ultra sharp precision honed 30° Nanotech blades and ultra thin Arc foil follow facial contours for a quick, close and comfortable shave
Wet/Dry Electric Shaver and Trimmer 2 in 1: Built in pop up trimmer details mustaches, beards and sideburns; Wet/dry waterproof shaver allows for convenient shaving in or out of the shower


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Best Sellers Rank: See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care. Country of Origin: China. ASIN: B07WWG8YLR. Manufacturer: Panasonic.

9 reviews for Panasonic Arc5 Shaver for Men & Replacement Outer Foul/Inner Blade Set ES-LV65-S,WES9032P

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  1. Egor R.

    Beware – Panasonic won’t honor the warranty. I purchased the Arc5 Razor and Charging/cleaning station combo in November 2016. The product has two years of warranty. Was very happy with the razor, until the cleaning station broke in March 2018. Sent the station for repairs to Panasonic warranty repair center in TX. The station was returned with the verdict ” Out of warranty; obsolete model”. Followed up with a representative and was offered to have the unit replaced at full retail price. The company continues to state that the model is obsolete, hence out of warranty. Yet it is being sold here and on the Panasonic website. Conclusion: a good razor as long as it works. If something goes wrong you are on your own.Read more

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  2. Tony

    I had a Norelco Sensotouch 3D a few years ago. As others have mentioned, you will not find a quieter motor. It’s a great shave but in the end, you will grow weary of having to shave in a circular motion especially if you need to shave around a goatee or other facial hair that you want to remain. I’ve found that foils allow you to take a few passes going “North/South” and then going “East/West” especially under the jaw line. This is my experience between the newest Panasonic Arc 5 and the Braun Series 9. I never purchase the cleaning system that both brands offer because I think they are an unnecessary expense. If you use liquid soap on the foils and rinse after use, the blades should be clean and fresh for the next use. Panasonic has a somewhat quieter motor than the Braun, which is strange because the Panasonic operates at 14,000 cycles per minute as opposed to Braun’s 10,000 cpm. For the Panasonic that’s 233 cycles per second. That’s amazing speed for the linear power plant. Both mustache/sideburn trimmers leave much to be improved because the cutters are blocked by the shaving heads. A slight advantage goes to Panasonic because it’s more visible and useful. As the model Arc 5 states in its name, Panasonic has five cutting foils compared to Brauns Series 9 which has four. I assume the extra foil gives more coverage and opportunity to cut wayward or difficult hairs. I will say that five should be the limit. I can’t imagine having more blades like the race in the manual razor market where five seems to be the limit. If a company adds more foils, you will need a wrist brace to handle the increased weight. The Panasonic shaver floats on a 2 axis head where it goes front to back and side to side. The Braun is limited to only front to back. This is a major benefit where the heads more closely follow the contours of your face, chin and neck. Both units allow you to lock the head for sensitive or specific areas. The LED screen on the Panasonic shows time used in minutes and seconds and then the percentage of battery strength. There’s an option to use the motor full speed or allow the motor to vary the speed depending on the thickness of the beard. The Braun is much simpler and has five blue bars to show battery level. Although subjective, I would say the Braun does have a better cosmetic appearance. Being generous, I would say that’s why the Braun costs $70 more than the Panasonic. They both shave well but I would give the advantage to Panasonic. It gets the neck/throat area almost as close as a blade. It cuts through the whiskers without snagging or getting bogged down. A better shave at a lower cost should appeal to performance and budget conscious buyers. Panasonic wins this competition.Read more

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  3. Ray Garcia

    The shaver works well when it works, but so far two have died on me. The first one lasted about 5 months. I do shave every day for about 15 minutes a day and I really enjoyed using it. However, one day it simply quit working. It wouldn’t turn on, charge, or begin the cleaning process. I called customer support and they requested it be shipped in for service. It was nice to only have to ship out the shaver, and I was pleasantly surprised when I received what seemed like a whole new package instead of a “fixed” shaver. That said, the “new” one received lasted less than two weeks before suffering from the same fate. My guess is that they are using very weak or even defective batteries on these products for it to just quit working one day without any sort of sign that something is going wrong. It’s not acceptable for something that costs this much and should be designed for regular use. I wish I had gone with the competition – instead I’m not stuck trying to get them to replace the shaver a second time, and hoping that the third time is the charm.Read more

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  4. Paladin

    I recently began using the ES-LV95 after a brief detour with the Braun 9095cc, both flagship shavers from Panasonic and Braun; the ES-LV95 replaces my older ES-LV81. This review is a comparison of the (relatively) new Panasonic with the newest Braun, however contrasting this new Panasonic with the old, the ES-LV95 improves performance and convenience in every respect by comparison with the earlier Panasonic, so I won’t reference the venerable ES-LV81 again. Compared to the Braun, the new Panasonic is lighter weight (7 oz vs 8 oz) and slightly slimmer. It’s mostly plastic, but then so is the Braun, and esthetics of either is a matter of opinion. The Panasonic has slightly less chrome showing and is a little more svelte, which I sort of favor, so a win for the Panny for appearances for me. The head is larger – about 1/4″ wider – and seems more flexible than the Braun’s, moving more easily around a true 360 degree axis rather than the Braun’s two-dimensional swivel, allowing the Panasonic to adapt to the contours of your face better. It covers more area quicker, and shortens my morning shave by almost half compared to the 9095cc, but does require practice maneuvering the larger head around the corners and angles of your face. The Panasonic has 5 cutters arranged symmetrically (a center flat cutter for longer whiskers, flanked on either side by 2 foils), contrasting Braun’s asymmetrical 4 cutters (2 different flat cutters, blue and silver, with a foil on either side). One advantage of the Panasonic is that the cutter blocks and foil can be purchased separately – the foils wear out faster, so may need more frequent replacement, but can be replaced without replacing the cutters. With the Braun, the cutters and foils are one cartridge assembly so you have to buy both. As an addendum, replacement heads for the Braun have been generally unavailable now for more than a year, with the few that are available priced sometimes at more than the cost of the shaver. The Panasonic replacement heads are readily available anywhere, usually $50-60 range for foil and cutter blocks combined. The higher speed cutting cycles of the Panasonic (14,000 cpm) compared to Braun’s 10,000 cpm, seem to provide a more comfortable shave (for me) – that’s 233 cutting cycles per second (Panasonic), compared to 167 cutting cycles per second (Braun), or 40 percent faster. Braun’s “sonic” technology also creates more vibration (and noise) in the head and shaver compared to the Panny. The high speed Panasonic seems to smooth out each pass, and require fewer passes or repeat passes, as opposed to the Braun’s “paint mixer” vibrations on your face and in your hand. Neither of course is as quiet as a rotary shaver. The Panasonic shave is definitely closer, with fewer missed spots or random whiskers. Panasonic also has a “sensor” mode on this shaver, which reportedly detects beard thickness and adjusts cutting speed, which it actually appears to do; it does result in a less irritating shave than previous models or the Braun, which could be attributable to this feature. The Panasonic requires a different technique and a lighter touch than the Braun – since it cuts your beard more easily, you don’t need to apply any extra pressure shaving to get a close cut; in fact if you press as hard with the Panny as you sometimes must with the Braun, it will let you know you’ve had a close shave, and not in a good way. Easy does it. Both shavers have a lock for the head, allowing a closer shave around more challenging areas such as under the nose and around sideburns, and both have a pop-up trimmer for trimming along a straight line. Both configurations work equally well for those purposes. Battery longevity seems similar for both shavers, with the nod going to Panasonic for number of shaves per charge because it takes less time to shave; should last a week or more on the road with a single charge. You can charge these shavers with the cord, without the cleaning station, and both are multi-voltage for traveling. Cords are similar with large transformer plugs, and like all wet/dry shavers, you can’t use either shaver as a corded shaver but must recharge. Straight cord for the Panny, coiled cord for the Braun. Information on the shavers’ LED displays is similar; the Panasonic provides percentage of charge left versus the Braun, which just displays diminishing bars until the final ten minutes of charge. The Panasonic also displays “MIN USED” for a shave, up to ten minutes, when it starts over. I actually find this useful for improving my shaving technique and speed. The cleaning station for the Panasonic is significantly improved over the previous design, which sometimes had problems with leaking solution. The new design uses a detergent solution and a filter tray rather than a cassette – you mix the detergent packet with water in the tray, and I recommend distilled water to avoid mineral build-up on shaver or cleaner. The Panasonic cleaner is water based versus the alcohol based Braun station, but both provide excellent cleaning performance – Braun says their cleaning solution is not compatible with soap, so none of the Braun shavers that include a cleaning station are approved for use with shaving foam or gel. That’s right folks – the Braun wet/dry shavers that include a cleaning station are not approved by Braun for use with shaving cream. The Braun alcohol solution is advertised as “sanitizing” the shaver head, but both cleaning solutions provide more than adequate anti-bacterial properties (remember, you wash your hands with soap and water), and neither actually sterilizes the head (important tip – don’t share your shaver with anyone boys and girls). The Braun station runs with a couple of minutes of louder buzzing (running the shaver for cleaning), followed by about 40 minutes of a quiet fan cycle, while the Panasonic station runs the shaver a little over 5 minutes, followed by a little over an hour of fan drying; both stations seem to run either comparable cycle at about the same noise level – the fan cycle is plenty quiet for a spouse, partner or family member sleeping feet away. The Panasonic seems to dry the head completely, whereas the Braun is always slightly damp the next morning. Both station/shaver combos occupy about the same counter space and height, with similar controls and information for drying or cleaning, with the Braun being slightly larger and taller. Probably most significantly, the Braun cleaning cartridges cost more than twice as much as the Panasonic detergent packs, require orders of magnitude more storage space, and are flammable; one plus for the Braun cartridges is that they are self-contained like the Philips Norelco cleaning system, requiring no mixing. If storage space is as important as convenience however (and we’re talking a minute or so exercise of opening a detergent pack, emptying it into a tray and filling the tray with water – once a month tops), you can store more than a year’s worth of Panasonic cleaning packets in the bottom of a bathroom cabinet drawer without noticing, while that many Braun cartridges will fill a substantial part of your closet with flammable liquid. Cartridges for the new Braun cleaner don’t seem to last as long as previous units either, less than a month on average for me, shaving daily. Panasonic detergent solution lasts well over a month – going on two months now with the current solution and just as effective cleaning. Cleaning with either station will leave your shaver like new and smelling fresh, but both shavers can really just be rinsed in running water, so you don’t absolutely need a cleaning station, although it is convenient. The Panasonic head is much easier to clean manually than the Braun since the foil and cutters are separate. The one minus of the Panasonic compared to the Braun is the travel case – the Braun has a nicely fitted hard leather case, where the Panasonic has their standard “faux leather” vinyl bag, but they do provide a hard plastic head cover. As a side note, there is already a new Panasonic series of shavers (ES-LV6/7/9) on the market that appear similar, with a slightly redesigned head and body, and a similar cleaning station, so the ES-LV95 is not their newest model. Again, be aware that if you are a traditional “wet shaver” – I.e. shaving soap and water – Braun specifically says their only approved Series 9 shavers for shaving foam or gel are the 9040s and the 9080s (the “s” suffix means does not include the cleaning station), NOT the 9095cc. I have used it successfully with a shaving brush and soap, but according to Braun’s literature this is an “off label” use and may void your warranty. If you are a wet shaver, technically your only choice is the Panasonic between these two. Highly recommended.Read more

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  5. Costas Paraskevaides

    It is really a piece of art in shaving. Easy to use, very comfortable and gives the best shave you can ever imagine.Read more

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  6. Oxshott Purchaser

    Gives a close shave and battery has a good cpacity and very quiet. Pity I had to pay all that money to get one this goo!Read more

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  7. Trevor Ford

    Both shaver and the person being shaved have to get used to each other but when they do it makes for a nice shaveRead more

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  8. Mark

    It’s the champion of the close shave! – I have a heavy growth of hair on my face. The hair itself is tough and bit stiff. My beard needs the best shaver I can get. It grows quickly so I shave every day, sometime twice. My number one thing I’m looking for is a shaver that can shave closer than any thing else so far. Mission accomplished here. It shaves closer than any thing I have used before. However I get a bit of a razor burn -like issue sometimes from this shaver. To get close I find I have to go over the same area more times than I would previously do with my last shaver. But the point, in part here, is that this shaver can get closer and closer shave as you do so BUT you may experience this ‘fazor burn’ that I have mentioned.. But I do get this kinda razor burn. To try and prevent it, I find I have to scrub my face with an exfoliating product BEFORE shaving. My skin is super clean then and the shaver seems to ‘work better’. If I don’t really scrub my face the shaver seems to not glide across my skin as it seems to kinda ‘stick to me’ for moments-not sliding across the skin. So it’s a bit odd in my experience with other shavers. I’ve tried shaving wet and I got a less close shave so I’m working on this issue. Having said that….. My beard is a very demanding beard if you want to be shaving it off every day. This shaver is the closest electric that I have ever used. It’s not perfect but it shaves close. Love the meter on it, letting you know how much charge you have left. Speaking of which, it charges very quickly indeed! Nice feel in the hands. Comes with a very good pop-up precision trimmer. Oh and the shaver times each shave is that is important or useful for you? I also have no issues cleaning this shaver. Which I do with every use. I have read of people using cans of air etc. Not sure why that was necessary? I rinse it with water and use alcohol to sterilize the cutters and then whip it all off. Takes seconds to do. I recommend this shaver.Read more

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  9. Brian K Smith

    Panasonic really created the ultimate wet/dry shaver with the Arc 5 model. I have owned several brands and models of electric shavers over the last 25 years of my life and I’ve been happy with most of them. A friend talked me into purchasing the Arc 5 model and I couldn’t be happier that I had taken his advise. I not only use an electric shaver to shave my face but also my head. This has to be the most comfortable and smoothest electric shavers on the market right now. It literally glides over your face and head and has a battery life in between charges like nothing I’ve experienced before. If your in the market for a new electric shaver do yourself a favour and pick one these shavers up. You won’t be disappointed.Read more

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