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Panasonic ER-GB40-S Men's Cordless Electric Rechargeable Wet/Dry Trimmer EXPIRED

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  • Precision 45 Degree Blades: Panasonic mustache and beard trimmer for men uses durable, super sharp 45 degree angle stainless steel, hypoallergenic blades to cut quickly and cleanly for efficient beard, mustache and hair trimming
  • Adjustable Beard Trimmer Dial: The quick adjust trimmer dial provides 19 precision settings for personalized sculpting, trimming, cutting and detailing
  • Ergonomic, Rubberized Grip: The ergonomic beard and hair trimmer design with rubberized grip provides for total comfort and control; Clean the trimmer in seconds under warm running water
  • Cordless Operation: Use the trimmer cordless anytime, anywhere for up to 50 minutes with rechargeable Ni MH battery power
  • Convenient Travel Size and Accessories: Handy men's trimmer includes a cleaning brush and AC charging stand that fits easily in bags and luggage for travel
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Jeez a lot of people on SD coming out of the woodworks to back this deal. All of them 50+ reps. Why does it feel so fake?
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I've been using this one for over a year now and it works great. I leave it in the shower constantly and just take it out to charge every now and then. Rinse it under the shower head as I shave with it and have never had any problems with it being wet constantly. Works great.
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I bought this years ago and it sucks. it's not powerful and one of the worst trimmers I've had.
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I bought this years ago and it sucks. it's not powerful and one of the worst trimmers I've had.
So.... out of all those you have had, which trimmer do you recommend?
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This requires lubrication before each use, apparently. Compared to never needing lubrication Norelco, big drawback
I got news for you. They all require blade oil, this one just kindly comes with some
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Jeez a lot of people on SD coming out of the woodworks to back this deal. All of them 50+ reps. Why does it feel so fake?
I replied because I didn't even know they still made this thing.
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Jeez a lot of people on SD coming out of the woodworks to back this deal. All of them 50+ reps. Why does it feel so fake?
Duno. Considering getting a second but the only thing wrong with mine is the gate. Figured I would let people know how it's held up after like 5 years of use.
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I use this one that is made in Japan and never let me down:

Panasonic Bikini Shaper and Trimmer for Women ES246AC, Compact, Portable Design with Adjustable Trim Settings, Battery Operated https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00005J...fEbRKACGBF

Yah I know what it says but it works so darn well. I also have a Wahl peanut for when I need the power (taking off my beard for example.)
It's trash fakespot gave it a D
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This requires lubrication before each use, apparently. Compared to never needing lubrication Norelco, big drawback
Whats wrong with a little lube? I don't know anyone who wants to go at it dry. Painful. Always lube up my friend.
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Ive had this for a year or two now. It's not the best, but certainly not the worst. I like the build quality of the trimmer and how it feels to hold. I do fell the guard may eventually real though, especially if you have to take it off frequently. Easy to clean and waterproof makes it great for in the shower trimming.

I maintain a short beard all the time. Without the guard, it's works well and trims short enough where I don't need to use a razor on my neck. With the guard though, I just wish it was more powerful or the head was bigger. I have to go over an area multiple times to make sure all the hairs are trimmed. One or two passes is not enough.

Holds a charge well, and I too don't find that you need to lubricate it after every use. I use this about 3 times a week and probably add oil once a month.

With that said, when the time comes I will probably look to something else. But this is a good price, just don't expect
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I've never seen that one before but it looks basically like the Panasonic ER240B i used to use that was for men's beard and mustache. I bought it in 2005 and It worked great but after 9 years some AA batteries leaked and ruined it. Unfortunately it had been discontinued by the time I needed to replace it so in 2014 i ended up getting the Panasonic ER2403K Mustache & Beard Trimmer. It works but something about that old one i miss...
Yep exactly! I also loved my ER240B. I use two AA eneloops in this and it goes forever Smilie
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Jeez a lot of people on SD coming out of the woodworks to back this deal. All of them 50+ reps. Why does it feel so fake?
If you've had one of the "real" Panasonic models from Japan, not the China division, you will be unhappy. If you haven't, then you will probably like it.
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I have this one, somehow the guard got broken. Still works but I have to hold the guard in place...
Reviews make it sound really common.
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If you've had one of the "real" Panasonic models from Japan, not the China division, you will be unhappy. If you haven't, then you will probably like it.
My experience with Panasonic products and support have been excellent. Reading reviews of this, I have to agree with you.... something is amiss and it definitely seems to be something else in a Panasonic wrapper.
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I've had this for a long time like 4-6 years. still works great and holds charge well, though obviously not as well as day 1. Replaced the blade once too. Only lube it 1 out of every 10 times or so.
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