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The 3 Best Electric Shavers for the Head 2020 Review

Updated on December 11, 2019
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For Head Shavers Quality is a Must

Shaving one’s head has become a rite of passage for many men nowadays with their reasons varying vastly from wanting a clean look, to wanting to hide balding spots by doing away with their hair completely. Despite these reasons or maybe because of them, many of these men have searched high and low for the best reviews so they can find the right one for them. Having the a quality tool for shearing the head is an important aspect to those concerned with appearance and cleanliness.

Finding a top notch tool for the job doesn’t have to be a hassle or create more work for men who want the clean lines of a shaved head. Who wants to deal with the extra fuss of finishing with a razor that can leave behind razor burn and irritation to the scalp? Not many, really, and who could blame them?

Based on their reviews, these are the top three picks for any man looking for the best shaved head imaginable. They are rated for their cost value, their finishes, and their comfort to use on the skin. With all three, you’ll find yourself looking at the top performers in their category and the final decision will come down to price and willingness to try one of them over your old razor or shaver.

Kibiy is Absolutely #1 in my Book and under $40!

Kibiy Electric Shavers for Men Bald Head Shaver Mens Electric Razors for Shaving Rechargeable Cordless Wet/Dry Rotary Shaver with Clippers Nose Hair Trimmer Facial Cleansing Brush
Kibiy Electric Shavers for Men Bald Head Shaver Mens Electric Razors for Shaving Rechargeable Cordless Wet/Dry Rotary Shaver with Clippers Nose Hair Trimmer Facial Cleansing Brush
Flexible provide an amazingly close shave. 5D Precision rotary blades enable more hair to be reached with each pass resulting in smooth and close shave. An excellent solution for bald head shaving, providing quick, close shave of all areas of the head and neck within minutes. Actual users say it best. Amazon buyer J. Perez has this to say about his shaver: In anticipation of receiving this I stopped shaving my head and face for a few days (I'm bald). I had never shaved using an electric shaver and was not optimistic that it would be better than when I just used my regular razor. What a surprise I received when I started using the Kibiy Razor and it was shaving my head just as smooth as my hand held regular razor. As I gained confidence I finished my head and face with not one nick. Clean up was a breeze as all I did was pop back the individual blades and run it under water. As a bonus I decided to trim my goatee and nose using the additional attachments and they work perfect. All of this took me about 20 minutes and the razor held perfect charge straight out of the box. If you've never used an electric razor like this or are wanting to upgrade to a newer model, I highly recommend giving this one a try...
 

Stubble be Gone!

Panasonic at #2 is a Real Contender

Panasonic ES-LA63-S Arc4 Men's Electric Razor, 4-Blade Cordless with Wet/Dry Shaver Convenience
Panasonic ES-LA63-S Arc4 Men's Electric Razor, 4-Blade Cordless with Wet/Dry Shaver Convenience
This Panasonic enjoys the same amount of notoriety as the Philips Norelco with its brand as well-known for the technology of its products as the Philips. While this one has a much higher price point than the Philips, its capabilities make it well worth the investment. While it doesn’t have near the tilting range of the Philips, it does have a pivoting axis that works well with finding all the hard spots in hair removal for a close cut. Probably one of its best aspects is the fact you can use this shaver in both wet and dry settings based on your preference. Coming in at #2, this shaver was awarded this spot based on its approval rating of 90%, just as impressive as the Philips. Granted this one doesn’t have the attachments like the Norelco, that doesn’t mean this four blader can’t do the job just as well. It also only lasts 45 minutes compared to the full hour of the Norelco, but even then, that’s more than enough time to cover the face and head when it comes to hair removal. While you’ll find some really great reviews about this shaver, you’ll also find some naysayers with common complaint threads about its large head being too bulky for contoured areas and it’s impracticality with sensitive skin. While these drawbacks are important to note, they may not affect everyone the same. Since we’re all built different, we should expect different results with the shaver used. Granted, you don’t want it so different that it doesn’t work at all for you. What a waste of money that would be! However, this one is still well worth your consideration.
 

Bald Eagle Skull Shaver is my 3rd Pick!

Bald Head Shaver, TURN RAISE 2 in 1 Electric Rechargeable Shaver 5 Headed Flex Shaver Special Design for Head Shaving and Face Shaving (Improve Quality, Strictly Testing One by One)
Bald Head Shaver, TURN RAISE 2 in 1 Electric Rechargeable Shaver 5 Headed Flex Shaver Special Design for Head Shaving and Face Shaving (Improve Quality, Strictly Testing One by One)
The final one on our list is the Bald Eagle produced by Skull Shaver. It was a close call between this one and the Panasonic. However, the Panasonic beat this shaver to the #2 spot with a slightly better customer rating. This doesn’t mean that there’s anything wrong with this choice, especially considering its rating is still quite impressive at 88%. This shaver shares the same price point as the Panasonic, but from what could be gathered from all its reviews, this one is definitely worth the investment. Simplicity of design is apparent with this model compared to the others, but that shouldn’t stop you from giving it careful consideration. The Bald Eagle surpasses the Philips with its ability to last an amazing hour and a half on one charge though it does take longer to recharge (about two and a half hours). It comes equipped with five rotary blades and an LCD screen to keep tabs on the battery (the other two have this feature as well). Like the Panasonic, it can also be used both in wet and dry conditions, making it a great option for both shaving camps. What brings this guy to the rank of #3 is the complaints of the shaver falling apart or just flat out not working within weeks of purchasing it. With such a huge investment, that’s some hard facts to look past; however, that’s not to say that all their shavers act this way, considering that the vast majority have owned theirs for a good amount of time. While many have had wonderful experiences with this choice, the drawbacks can, understandably, give one pause before investing.
 

Check out the Bald Eagle Pro here!

In Conclusion

Each of these three shavers have some wonderful attributes that greatly outweighs any drawbacks to them. With the Kibiy, you can enjoy a great low price for your next shaver; the other two have found success in both wet and dry conditions.

Every product will have negatives, this can't be helped. Such is the nature of all man-made products whether they are low cost or expensive. However, my hope is that I have presented each of these shavers (with their pros and cons) in a way that will help you make an informed decision when buying.

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    • MVKilgore profile imageAUTHOR

      M. Victor Kilgore 

      3 years ago

      Have you had good success with the titanium self-sharpening blades of the Karmin T7?

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      Joy 

      3 years ago

      Best I have ever used is Karmin T7.

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      Dora Weithers 

      4 years ago from The Caribbean

      Great reviews, including the pros and the cons. Helpful information and good images. Hope the shavers find it useful.

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