Mom in Training: Give dad the gift of a close shave this Father's Day

June 10, 2016

Give dad the gift of a close shave this Father's Day

If there's one thing you can't go wrong with as a gift for Father's Day it's a rechargeable razor. I know my husband has gone through multiples of them since we've been together. It seems like every time he finds just the perfect one something happens to it. Whether it be it gets knocked off the sink and broken, or it just mysteriously quits working (after our son has borrowed it without asking). Either way he's always happy to get a new razor, and Father's Day is a great time to treat him with one. This year he's getting the Panasonic Arc3 Electric Shaver & Trimmer and I can already imagine how excited he will be. It has lots of awesome features and settings he hasn't had before. Heck he may have to hide this one from me because you can use it in the shower even!

• 3-blade cutting system with 30° blades for a quick, smooth shave
• Slide-up 45° trimmer, five-setting comb attachment included
• Pivoting head glides effortlessly over face, chin, jawline and neck
• 10,000 rpm motor for power and performance
• Metal body with rubberized grip and ergonomic design
• 100% washable—cleans in seconds under running water
• Ultra-sharp 30-degree Nanotech™ inner blades cut hair at the root for a close shave
•Multi-fit Arc Foil follow the contours of the face for efficient coverage and allows for movement in circular motion
•Multi-flex™ Pivoting Head conforms to neck and jaw area
•Wet/dry operation offers the convenience of shaving in the shower or solely with foam or gel
•Separate comb attachment with 5 settings (1.0-7.0 mm) for trimming your mustache or sideburns
•Hypo-allergenic, stainless steel blades and foils provide a close shave without irritation
•Li-ion battery  offers one hour charge time and 50 minute cordless operation so you can take your shaver on the go

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