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September 19th, 2007
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company today announced the release of two new men's grooming products, the Panasonic ES8243 Arc IV ™ Nano Electric Shaver and the Panasonic ER2403 On the Go Ô Hair/Beard Trimmer. Both the new shaver and trimmer offer innovative features, making them essential tools for today's man who needs to be well-groomed and ready-to-go.
The Arc IV Nano, the first Panasonic electric shaver to feature four blades, will be exclusively sold through The Sharper Image. The addition of the fourth blade provides a broader cutting surface, allowing more whiskers to be cut on the first pass. Extra-sharp Nanotech razor blades on independently floating shaver heads are designed to provide a close shave, reaching hair growing in any direction. The floating heads closely follow facial contours, while the specially-calibrated blades are honed at a 30-degree angle to produce a clean, efficient cut. The Arc IV Nano's super-close shave minimizes skin irritation. Additional features include wet/dry capabilities, for shaving at the sink, in the shower, or even on the go; and an LCD display indicating battery charge level as well as when the razor needs to be cleaned. Also, a full-width pop-up trimmer slides up for grooming of sideburns or mustache. And for easy maintenance, the shaver rinses clean under the faucet.
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