The 15 Best Electric Razors Under $100 To Keep You Looking Smooth And Fresh

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A good electric razor can transform shaving from a potentially bloody and time-consuming chore into something even a child could do. You know, if a child had facial hair. But, buying a bad electric razor can turn your face into a mangled mess of sandpaper stubble that makes you look like a perpetual wino. It’s a high stakes game.

Of course, no one wants to pay big money just to get a decent shave either, so if you want an electric razor that not only does the job, but does it for relatively cheap, then if you’re not careful, things could get hairy. Ahem, sorry.

But that’s where I come in. I’ve done some research for the best electric razors that you can also afford, just for you. So, just pick out the one you want, order it up and in only a couple of days you will be getting a nice smooth electric razor shave, thanks to these, the 15 best electric shavers under $100.

Philips Norelco Electric Shaver 3100

This is listed by Amazon as a #1 best seller, and with rounded heads that flex in four directions at once, working with your jaw instead of against it, you can see why. And its Lithium Ion battery ensures that it will do the job for years to come. Solid, dependable… what more do you want from an electric razor?

Price: $39.95
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Philips Norelco Electric Shaver 2100

Okay, so this is basically the same electric razor, only a slightly different model. But, it’s also slightly cheaper and has almost triple the number of reviews of the 3100, which means it’s also more battle tested for lack of a better term. What does set this apart is that it also has a close-blade cut system, which is a fancy way of saying its self-sharpening blades are designed for about as close a shave as you’ll find with an electric razor.

Price: $39.96
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SweetLF Electric Shaver

This razor is waterproof, which means you can use it either wet or dry, depending on how close a shave you want to get. It’s “floating-head” design molds to your face, ensuring a smooth, comfortable shave. Oh, and it’s also cheaper than your giant name-brand electric razors. Small brands for the win!

Price: $29.89
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Remington F5-5800 Foil Shaver

This foil shaver gets rid of the heads and serves instead as a straight-forward electric razor. It uses “Intercept Shaving Technology” which deals with the longer hairs so the foil razors can concentrate on giving you as smooth a shave as possible.

Price: $41.13
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Braun M90 Mobile Shaver

Look, sometimes you just want something you can stuff in your bag and go. You’re a busy man and you don’t have time to go through the whole shaving routine. Just whip this out while you sit in traffic and you’re good to go.

Price: $24.92
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Remington The Crafter

Of course, not everyone needs or even wants a full shave. Maybe you just want something to keep your facial hair game tight without having to look like you’re a bare-cheeked 12-year-old or a hobo. There’s a middle ground, bros, and if you want to live there you need a good electric trimmer. This eleven piece set is waterproof, so you can even trim in the shower if you want, and comes with an assortment of heads, combs and even a nice carrying case.

Price: $42.99
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Philips Norelco Beard and Head Trimmer

Another electric trimmer, this one has 17 built-in lengths so you don’t have to worry about changing guards. It’s also self-sharpening, so you don’t have to worry about it dulling out over time.

Price: $44.95
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Braun Series3 ProSkin

Braun makes really good electric razors. The problem is that most of them are a couple hundred bucks. This, on the other hand, is much cheaper and while it isn’t as cheap as some others we’ve talked about if you want a Braun at a good price this is for you. Wet or dry, you can use this just to get a nice stubbly base or use it with shaving cream to get a smooth, finished shave.

Price: $69.97
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Philips Norelco OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver

This neat little hybrid trimmer/shaver is perfect for anyone who needs to do some close detail work. It’s small, one-bladed head allows you to get in close where bigger trimmers and shavers can’t. A great little tool to add to your arsenal.

Price: $34.95
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Panasonic Arc4

Much like Braun, Panasonic is a great brand that tends to run a little more expensive. The Arc4 is no exception, in that it’s one of the more expensive electric razors we’ll talk about, but you’re not going to find a better Panasonic for the price. With the ability to shave either wet or dry, the Arc4 uses four Panasonic Nanotech blades to provide 13,000 cuts per minute, and is built to contour and glide over your face. It’s a step up in price… and in quality.

Price: $89.99
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MANGROOMER Lithium Max Back Shaver

Look, bros, I’m not here to judge. Some of you have a lot of back hair, and that’s okay. You’re a man. But, it’s still something you need to deal with if you want to be a part of polite society. I mean, no one wants a hair shirt at the beach, you know? Well, this was built just for you. It has an extendable handle to allow you to reach all over your back, and… hey, just buy this, okay? It will be our secret.

Price: $69.99
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Remington XR1400 Verso

This neat little handheld razor is just the centerpiece of a kit designed to keep you fresh to death. You can use it at home, wet or dry, or you can take it on the run with you, and best of all, it includes a trimming attachment and an attachable deep-cleaning brush, so you can get all the dirt and oil out of your face whenever you want. This baby does it all.

Price: $59.99
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SURKER 3 in 1 Professional Electric Razor

Much like the Remington, this electric razor is actually a multi-tool, with detachable heads for a close shave, for trimming up that beard, and for… yes, nose hair trimming, which, like back hair, is not something we generally like to talk about, but you gots to do it, bros. And you can do it with this, which Amazon helpfully lists as its #1 new release in electric razors.

Price: $35.99
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Kissliss Electric Shaver

The floating head design and USB chargeable tech are nice for this wet/dry shaver, but it’s really about two things: 1. It’s one of the highest rated electric shavers on Amazon, impressive for a smaller brand, and 2. It’s also one of the cheapest. Now that’s a combination!

Price: $25.28
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RUNWE Men’s Rechargeable Rotary Cordless Shaver

And yet, that combination is somehow outdone by this little beauty. Sure, it’s not a big name-brand and it only has nine reviews, but those nine reviews are all perfect 5/5 reviews. And why not? It boasts something called “Triple Double Ring Blade Shaving Heads” which sounds like something out of a freaky NBA/UFC/Circus hybrid, but is really just a way of saying you get a nice, close shave, wet or dry. And it also has a pop-up trimmer on the back. But you wanna know what the best feature of this apparently wonderful electric razor is? It’s only $17.99.

Price: $17.99
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