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Pros: - Includes an AC Adapter, so doesn't need to be plugged in to the Playstation 3's USB port.
- Organizes the controllers, so they're not just strewn all over the place.
- Just does what it says it will do, charge three devices
Cons: - Super bright LED's that are always on when the power adapter is connected (I pull it out when the controllers are charged.)
- The move controller charging contacts are too springy, so it takes a while to position the controllers to actually get them to charge properly. Also the slightest bump will knock the Move controllers out of alignment.
Other Thoughts: Definitely not worth full MSRP, but if it's considerable less, like <$8 then it would be an acceptable price for the device.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Panasonic ES-RW30-S Rechargeable Men's Wet/Dry Shaver w/ Dual Nanotech Blades
Pros: Easy to clean.
Has a charger/stand that plugs directly into an electric outlet, so it's great for my small bathroom.
Relatively inexpensive for a rechargeable, wet-dry shaver that's a good deal if you can get it for <$30.
Cons: Does not shave well since it requires multiple passes to shave all the hairs on my face and careful viewing in the mirror to get a clean shave.
Other Thoughts: I had a higher end Panasonic shaver with a failing battery, so decided to purchase this inexpensive model as a replacement. The build quality is good, but the shaving experience was not nearly as good as with the higher end shaver. You really do get what you pay for.
Save up some money and spend it on a higher end Panasonic shaver with the linear (13,000 rpm) shaving action and at least 3 blades. Although they cost about 2-3 times more than this shaver, they shave all the hairs on my face with one pass, and with a lot less irritation and "on face resistance." I ended up purchasing a higher end Panasonic shaver (ES8243A) and am very pleased with that unit.