Review of the Philips Norelco Moisture Shaving System 8060X - Part 2
This is part 2 of our review of the Philips Norelco Moisture Shaving System 8060X. If you missed part 1 where we covered the Quick Start Guide, the basics of wet/dry shaving, and the lotion dispensing, go catch up and then click back. We'll wait...
OK, so you've taken everything out of the box (or confounding plastic wrap), and now you're wondering how all the pieces fit together. The first step is to put the Nivea lotion container in the charging stand. That's what the three pictures on the right are showing you. The bottle simply goes in upside down without any kind of snap. The blue cap then twists on and provides a snug fit. Totally easy. Finally, you snap the electric razor into the stand on the front.
Charging and Filling
Be ready for a little bit of a surprise the first time you plug the charging cord into the outlet. Your Moisture Shaving System 8060X will be empty of Nivea shaving conditioner, so aside from charging the base stand is immediately going to start filling your razor. Sounds like a little motor churning, and honestly it's not at all annoying, but it definitely gave me a start when I plugged it in. Didn't expect that.
Of course if you get the 8020X or the 8040X you'll need to add the Nivea lotion yourself. This is an easy process as you simply insert the top of the Nivea bottle into the back of the Moisture Shaving System razor.
Keep in mind one of the main differences between the three models is charging time. The 8020X takes 8 hours for a full charge; the 8040X charges in 4 hours; and the 8060X charges in only an hour and a half. Pick the one that's right for you.
More on the Philips Norelco Moisture Shaving System 8060X tomorrow!
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Posted by Russell Neufeld at September 18, 2007 8:35 AM