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    Recommend a quad friendly electric shaver?

    Can someone please recommend a quad friendly electric razor? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle View Post
    Can someone please recommend a quad friendly electric razor? Thanks!
    I use a Panasonic ES-RW30 with a quad cuff. See picture below.

    All the best,
    GJ

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    That's what I use but my grasp isn't too tight or loose that I needed to modify it.

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    I have a Panasonic too, don't recall what model, but it works well, wet or dry.

    That said, I've found that a regular razor is faster and easier to use. I'll hold it with both quad paws while leaning on the counter.

    I use Harry's stuff these days: https://www.harrys.com/

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    I use this, no mods. like scott just use both paws. beard in winter and this in summer. I used a razor for 20 yrs but like how quickly I can get a smooth shave with this.
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    I use a Panasonic Arc 5 and it is the best electric shaver for closeness I've ever had. I have tried a lot of different models. I am a C5/6 quad with no finger movement or grip strength. I use a uDrink holder to hold my shaver and it works great. It also helps me hold bottles, cups, cans and other stuff. https://www.uadapt.com/udrink/

    I'm also the co-inventor of the uDrink, so let me know if you have any questions.

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