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Look sharp without all the fuss. Electric razors shave and trim quickly without water and shaving cream, and offer other convenient features, such as battery chargers and automatic shutoff.

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Electric shavers aren't cheap. Expect to pay at least $60 for most models and $150 or more for some. They're also expensive to maintain. You'll need to replace the head every six months to two years, at about $25 to $45 each. And once the rechargeable battery no longer holds a charge, replacing the entire shaver is often less expensive and easier than replacing the battery.