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    Panasonic Series 3 Wet/Dry Electric Shaver Under Half Price.

    As long as you don't have to deal with the muppets at Panasonic (don't)care this is a great deal however I would do some research on their reliability as dealing with Panasonic warranty can be painful!

    Wet/Dry ES-ST23 Electric Shaver - White - Shaver Shop

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    Wet/Dry ES-ST23 Electric Shaver - White
    ES-ST23 $99.95







    NEW - Washing Shutter

    Features new washing shutter, making washing quick and easy after each use!
    Linear motor drive

    The patented Linear motor offers a clean shave without friction. At up to 13,000 CPMs*, Panasonic shavers are some of the fastest on the market. They power effortlessly through thick beards with less pulling and irritation while shaving.

    Nano Technology

    3 blade shaver, with the nano technology that delivers sharp blades for a precise and close shave at the root so there is no need to go over the same spot. While conventional shavers offer a range of 45° to 90° blades, select Panasonic models come with the sharp blade angle of 30° for an even closer, faster and gentler shaving experience.
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    Shave wet or dry

    Panasonic technology allows your shaver to be fully immersed in water and can be used in the shower. Using shaving gel, enjoy a wet or dry shave and then simply rinse clean under running water; you’re left with a shaver that’s fresh and clean and ready for its next use.

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    Wet/Dry ES-ST23 Electric Shaver - White - Shaver Shop



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    Like the (don't)care. You have to return something to panasonic? Need to have a twitter account with loads of followers then they listen.

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    My camera that I bought in January, the shutter release button was a bit funny from the start then the paint started coming off and jamming the button and there was evidence of corrosion on the button which was assumed to have been from sweat(probably was) and wouldn't repair it under warranty. The serviceman said to them that it shouldn't happen in two months but they didn't listen.

    It took well over a month to find out I had wasted $75 in return postages service fees and I get my rubbish quality GH2 back the exact same way I sent it off. I will contact the ACCC tomorrow to see if they can persuade Panasonic to give me warranty on it. Never buying Panasonic again, I was going to buy an LX7 to replace the GH2 but not anymore.


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