After sustaining a leg injury back in December 2009, the therapist said my leg would be vulnerable to future injuries if I cut it. She suggested that I should start using a cordless shaver. Now my memories of these types of razors are not happy ones but I went shopping for a shaver anyway.
I chose Conair's Cordless Rechargeable Razor model LWD375G. There were only one or two shavers in the places I went which should tell you something about women and cordless shavers. This one claims to give you a satiny smooth shave. The package claims this shaver has a 4 stage process of removing hair safely but they do not describe the stages. Conair's Cordless Rechargeable Razor claims it can be used on dry legs or wet legs. This razor has to be charged first and then it will give you 30 minutes of shaving time. The only accessory with this shaver was a stand that you put the shaver in to recharge it and that stand plugs into the wall.
This cordless shaver also has a switch on it that operates a pop up bikini trimmer. I did not try this. I used it only on my legs.
I took this home and charged it. I read the instructions which, believe it or not, said you need to use it at least 12 times before you determine whether you like it or not. I tried it on my legs many times.
If you are looking for a smooth stubble free shave this is not the razor for you but, to be fair, I have never used an electric razor that did give you as smooth shave as a twin blade (or triple blade) razor does. It did a pretty good job but it does leave some hair behind. After all these years, I would like to see the hair removal industry make a really good shaver that does not have to scrape your skin to remove hair and it should remove all the hair on the first try.
The thing you have to remember with removal of hair is that not everyone has the same type of skin so some hair removal products might not work for everyone.
Warning: Read all instructions before using.