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...both of them from Flipkart at higher than the current price, a couple of months apart.
Takes around 5 minutes. I have been using this everyday for the last couple of months and haven't felt the need to go back to regular wet shave.
I have a coarse beard so this is just about perfect for me, and shaves off not just my gruffy beard, but several minutes from my mundane routine so I can grab that extra few minutes of shut eye.
The electric variants are getting rarer nowadays but this was a major plus point for me to have.
I do agree as other reviewers have stated that the cord is a bit flimsy, but you can get around that by just using an extension.
The blades do seem to be getting blunt even in a few months of use even after regular cleaning and replacement blades cost a bomb, so you may well just buy another shaver in that case.
I do hope Flipkart keeps these perennially in stock. Shall buy again.
-1 as the motor could have been a bit more powerful and the blades somewhat sharper, even though this gets the job done.
While it is indeed heartening to note that finally such products are available locally, but as such, these are still at a very nascent stage and the Indian consumer is not very sensitized to such appliances. These variants in particular look like cheap Infinivo models and the early Roomba generation and their performance would only disappoint and deter future buyers.
I would have been pleased if better models like the acclaimed Neato XV-11 and the Mint plus were available at competitive prices.
This is my first router and I wanted to try out some stuff.
Its the cheapest router currently available which can run openwrt (strongly recommended) and dd-wrt (only 72 mbps) even though the stock TP-Link fw is good enough for most users. Has good range even though I wish it had a USB port so that it could be used as a standalone nas/torrent downloader, but then again, you can't get everything for the 850 bucks I spent on it