2005 Holiday Gift Guide from Shaving Stuff.com
Here are some great shaving gift sets for around $50. These sets generally include shaving cream, after-shave, and some include a shaving brush and a travel bag. Overall these are a great value. I wish they ran these specials all year-round.
The Perfect Shave from Anthony - Logistics for Men - $50
Lather Up! from The Art of Shaving - $50
Ultimate Shaving Set from a|MEN|ity - $59
Shave System Gift Set from Billy Jealousy - $60
The Usual Suspects "The Line-Up" from Sharps - $45
There are a ton of electric razors on the market right now. Some simple points to look for when making a decision - get a wet/dry electric which can be used in the shower, and look for attachments which can help you keep sideburns or goatee in order.
Panasonic Pivot Action Pro-Curve Men's Wet/Dry Rechargeable Shaver - $139.99
Panasonic Progression Women's Wet/Dry Shaver with Pivot Action Shaving System - $42.90
Braun 2865 cruZer3 Shaver - $49.87
Philips TT2020 Cordless BodyGroom - £29.97 (England only)
Norelco 7735X Cool Skin Additive In/Out of Shower Shaver - $76.96
If you're buying for a man who needs nothing but steel against his face, here are some selections for you. The wide variation in price is generally due to the handle - sandlewood, mother of pearl, faux tortoise. Other than that these are high-quality brands.
DOVO Straight Razors - $49.99 - $189.99
Colonel Conk Straight Razors - $89 - $200
Sure, you could shave your head with a regular razor. Or you could shave your head with something specially designed for the job. Hey - it's your head.
HeadBlade Classic - $15
DOVO Head Shaver - $19.99
The Seiko is recommended by most pornstars. Is there really any other choice?
Seiko Cleancut - $59.95
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Posted by Russell Neufeld at November 28, 2005 8:53 AM