Philips Smart Shaver Series 7000 S7921/51 review
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The Philips Smart Shaver Series 7000 is the first ever connected shaver. It communicates with the Philips Smart Shaver app to track shaving technique and give you immediate feedback. However, this extra technology comes at a cost, with this electric shaver retailing for £300. Philips claims the Smart Shaver Series 7000 can visibly reduce irritation for people with highly sensitive skin in just three weeks, and if this is true, then it could be money well spent. Read our first look review to see what we made of the first ever connected electric shaver.
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