Best Budget Electric Shavers
There’s a broad range of different electric shavers from broad price ranges. Spending $200+ for a shaver doesn’t make much sense to some people. If you either can’t afford an expensive shaver or simply can’t justify forking out a wad of cash just to have something to shave your face with, then you should go with a budget shaver. Budget shavers are of course not quite as good as shavers in the mi-range and up, but they do get the job done. If your face gets dry and irritated easily when using a shaver, a wet & dry shaver is a good choice. Otherwise, there are plenty of dry shavers that will suit your needs.
Things you should consider in an electric shaver include battery life, whether or not you can use your shaver while it’s charging, how close of a shave you’ll get and whether or not it will pull your facial hairs during use. For under $25, you can indeed get a good shaver. To help you narrow down the long list of budget choices, here’s a list of five great electric shavers you can get for that price or even less.
Panasonic ES3831K Single Blade Travel Shaver
The ES3831K runs on two AA batteries and comes with a brush. It can run for up to 90 minutes depending on what kind of batteries you use. At less than $15, this small, light shaver would be super handy to have. This is easily one of the best compact travel shavers out there for the money.
Philips Norelco HQ40/33 Shave on the Go Battery Razor
This travel shaver is dry-shave only, but won’t irritate your skin or pull hairs. The included cleaning brush makes it easy to clean off. You can’t wash it with water though because it’s not water resident. With fresh batteries, the Norelco HQ40/33 will run for up to 60 minutes. Depending on how long it takes you to shave, that could easily last you for weeks without a charge. For approximately $25, this shaver is a great value.